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The cast of the highly anticipated YA novel adaptation "The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones" descended upon a packed Hall H at Comic-Con International to reveal monstrous footage and discuss the upcoming film.
Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg have big plans for "Arrow's" second, plotting the show like a sequel with two big villain arcs, tons of new characters and an early shocking twist
Creators from across the decades assembled to discuss editor Julius Schwartz' time on DC Comics' Superman titles, which expanded into a discussion of what makes the Man of Steel tick.
At Comic-Con International, "The X-Files" creator Chris Carter and stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson led a panel in celebration of the 20 year anniversary of Agents Mulder and Scully's quest for the truth.
Creator Eric Powell and Blur Studios' Tim Miller and Jeff Fowler, updated Kickstarter backers and fans on the status of the animated "Goon" film and the continuing challenge in bringing it to the big screen.
From the introduction of the Predacons to Bumblebee finally finding his voice, "Transformers Prime" fans were treated to all kinds of surprises and news about the future of their favorite cartoon at SDCC.
Big changes are coming to Hasbro's Marvel Comics line, including new figures based on "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Thor: The Dark World" and, of course, "Guardians of the Galaxy."
Brian K. Vaughan and the cast and crew of "Under the Dome" screened an episode of the CBS sci-fi thriller at Comic-Con, and teased where the adaptation of the Stephen King novel may be heading.
Legendary animation writer Paul Dini discusses developing "Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H." for Disney XD, his reaction to the lasting appeal of Harley Quinn, her current incarnation and more.
The Archaia Entertainment panel at Comic-Con International featured BOOM! Studios CEO Ross Richie, actress Alyssa Milano and a line-up of creators who spoke about their new works and told a few honest war stories.
Friday at Comic-Con International brought out the Hollywood celebrities, comic book talent, impressive floor displays and plenty of cosplayers.
Closing out Comic-Con International, the "Sons of Anarchy" cast and crew looked discussed the past fifth season, the upcoming sixth and the BOOM! Studios comic series.
For its "Fan Favorites" panel, TV Guide brought together stars from the most popular, and anticipated, series on television, from Clark Gregg and Tyler Hoechlin to Emily Bett Rickards and Danai Gurira.
The actors and producers of "Beware the Batman" discussed the show's approach to the legend of the Dark Knight, its emphasis on relatively obscure villains and teased their plans for Barbara Gordon.
An enigma and a gentle giant, Fantagraphics co-publisher Kim Thompson was remembered in San Diego by Gary Groth, Eric Reynolds, Los Bros. Hernandez, and Dark Horse's Diana Shutz.
"The Man Who Killed Gwen Stacy," Gerry Conway spoke at Comic-Con about his career in comics, the circumstances that led to writing Gwen's death, and the conflicting philosophies that drive modern day comics.
A who's who of filmmakers and composers assembled at this year's Comic-Con International to discuss the role played by music and sound design in modern superhero movies and television series.
Stars Josh Holloway and Marg Helgenberger joined the creators of the upcoming CBS thriller "Intelligence" for a Comic-Con panel that touched upon technology, human enhancement and, yes, "Cyber-Sawyer."
CBR's annual Photo Parade has arrived, kicking off our Comic-Con International in San Diego look back with the best sights and spectacles Thursday (and a bit of Wednesday) had to offer.
John Barrowman took his "Anything Goes" panel to the limits at Comic-Con International, talking about his roles on "Doctor Who," "Torchwood" and "Arrow," his novels and his personal life.
CBR News spoke with comiXology CEO David Steinberger at CCI 2013 to discuss recent developments with the digital platform and digital comics market - and why the company isn't jumping on the DRM-free bandwagon.
Congressman John Lewis and his aide Andrew Aydin discuss their just-released graphic novel "March," how it differs from the typical memoir and the Congressman's reaction to visiting Comic-Con for the first time.
Marv Wolfman, Mike Carlin, Jerry Ordway and more creators from the Post-Crisis-era of Superman reflected at Comic-Con on the stories and events that helped shaped the Man of Steel in the ‘80s and ‘90s.
"RoboCop's" cast and director revealed world premiere footage and politicized plot details to an attentive and enthusiastic Comic-Con International audience.
Footage from "Kick-Ass 2" revealed darker plot lines, and the film's cast and director discussed its complex relationships, changes from the source material and expanding the roster of characters.
The creators and cast of Marvel's first live action TV show explain how "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." combines the humor of Joss Whedon's TV work and "Avengers" action while further expanding the cinematic Marvel U.
Fans of author Veronica Roth's wildly popular novel "Divergent" were wowed by the world-premiere trailer at Comic-Con International for director Neil Burger's emotional, action-packed adaptation.
"Genius" creators Steven T. Seagle & Teddy Kristiansen continue to experiment with their new book "Mercury," in which Kristiansen draws pages and panels out of sequence and Seagle reassembles them.
"G.I. Joe: Retaliation's" Ray Park discusses his latest turn as the ever-popular Snake Eyes, his interest in taking the character solo, his vision for finally bringing Iron Fist to the big screen and more.
Director Gareth Edwards and stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen spoke to reporters at Comic-Con International about embracing the big-budget mayhem in Legendary Pictures' "Godzilla."
Joe's Comics panel at Comic-Con International featured writer J. Michael Straczynski, Studio JMS CEO Patricia Tallman, editor Phil Smith and artist Bill Sienkiewicz as they talked about the imprint's driving force.
Faith Erin Hicks couldn't find comics she wanted to read, so she made them herself. In her spotlight panel, she discussed her work and career with one of her major influences, "Bone" creator Jeff Smith.
Joss Whedon, the mastermind behind "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel," shared secrets, stories and even "Avengers: Age of Ultron" hints during his annual Comic-Con International panel.
PR coordinator Michael Molcher explains why "2000 AD" is endorsing "Make a DREDD Sequel," the unofficial, fan-run campaign for a follow-up to the Karl Urban film and how the movie's led to a measurable spike in comic sales..
Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy and others from The CW's "Arrow" talk about expanding the world in Season 2, including more villains, from Deadshot to A.R.G.U.S,. and more crossover between Starling City and the island.
The cast of HBO's "True Blood" entertained fans at Comic-Con International with a sneak peek at this season's remaining episodes, and a discussion of where their characters stand.
"ElfQuest" creators Richard and Wendy Pini alongside a panel of "ElfQuest" experts discussed the current state of the popular comic and the future of the franchise, including new comics from Dark Horse.
Director Noam Murro and stars Eva Green, Rodrigo Santoro and Sullivan Stapleton discuss the challenges of creating cinematic mythology with "300: Rise of an Empire," the sequel to Zack Snyder's 2006 film.
Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright charmed a packed Hall H audience at Comic-Con International with jokes, stories and fun footage from "The World’s End."
2013 Comic-Con special guest Bruce Timm was awarded this year's Inkpot Award. The animation legend also fielded questions from fans, and discussed the WB Animation projects he's currently involved with.