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Fan-favorite artist Humberto Ramos spoke to CBR in San Diego about the comics he grew up with, working with Dan Slott and creating new characters.
The cast and producers discussed the power struggles and tangled relationships in the upcoming fourth season of ABC's fantasy drama.
The filmmakers behind Sequart's new Neil Gaiman documentary brought clips from their film to San Diego to explore a year in the life of the acclaimed creator.
DC's VP of Talent Relations Larry Ganem assembled John Romita Jr., Patrick Gleason and David Finch to discuss the creative process, new assignments and more.
Jeph Loeb, Jeffrey Bell, showrunners Maurissa Tancharoen & Jed Whedon and star Clark Gregg talk the new challenges facing "Agents of SHIELD."
Becky Cloonan spoke with CBR about writing for other artists, her Image series "Southern Cross" and the gateway drug that is "Gotham Academy."
The CW's pilot for "The Flash" offers fans of the character a fun, action-packed show poised to give "Arrow" a run for its money.
"Arrow" continues to expand the DC TV world with characters like Ray Palmer and Ra's Al Ghul joining the hit drama while testing its namesake hero and his allies.
The voice actors look back on the first season of the Adult Swim series, and ponder who would win in a fight: "Archer's" Cyril or "Rick and Morty's" Jerry.
Creators, editors & journalists writers gave valuable insights into the business of being creative in a special Comic-Con presentation by ComiXology.
Ahead of the Sept. 21 premiere of "Mr. Pickles," co-creators Will Carsola and Dave Stewart sat down at Comic-Con to discuss their Adult Swim series.
Avatar's William Christensen and author Max Brooks discuss Alan Moore's new horror series, plenty from Garth Ennis and Justin Jordan's "Dark Gods."
IDW Publishing's 'mix tape' panel highlighted its partners in bringing digital comics from Lion Forge, Monkeybrain and more to print.
Frank Miller, Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, Scott Snyder & Dan DiDio celebrate the Dark Knight's 75th anniversary, reflecting on how the icon has evolved over the decades.
Stars Ian Ziering, Vivica A. Fox and Judah Friedlander and director Anthony C. Ferrante appeared at Comic-Con to discuss the sequel to Syfy's low-budget hit.
"Batman" writer Scott Snyder, "Superman/Wonder Woman" writer Charles Soule" and "Earth 2" artist Nicola Scott explain how they broke into comics.
With Jason Isaacs appearing via Skype from Israel, the creators and stars of the upcoming miniseries introduced Comic-Con to a conspiracy 2,000 years in the making.
Creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland discuss the success of their Adult Swim series, the Comic-Con experience, and searching 4chan for viewer opinions.
At Comic-Con International, fans gathered to learn what's next for the heroes and strange lands created by the legendary Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Josh Fialkov & Gabo delved into their critically-lauded afterlife adventure, "The Life After," while Paul Tobin and Ben Dewey wrangled "I Was the Cat."
Mark Waid hosted a vast array of creators at the Switch to Digital panel during Comic-Con, discussing the benefits and new challenges of digital.
Eisner's former students from the NY School of Visual Arts gathered to discuss their mentor how he forever changed the modern comics landscape.
The design-heavy work of indie cartoonist Jim Rugg takes the stage from "Street Angel" to "Afrodisiac" to his next big project.
TT Games director Arthur Parsons and the cast of "LEGO Batman 3" discuss going beyond Gotham City to combat Brainiac in the new video game.
Creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland were joined by voice actors Chris Parnell and Spencer Grammer for a look at what lies ahead for the Adult Swim series.
Writer and Archie CCO Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and artist Francesco Francavilla tell CBR about their horror series, "Sabrina" and maintaining momentum.
WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan spoke about when he might get back into the ring, Mick Foley’s "WWE Superstars" comic, and why KENTA will “open people’s eyes."
San Diego turned briefly into Basin City as Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez and the cast the hit the red carpet after unveiling a taste of "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For."
A new wave of LGBT creators are making the comics they wished they had when they were younger.
Paul Pope, Faith Erin Hicks, Gene Luen Yang and Lucy Knisley gathered to celebrate Eisner wins and discuss the creative process at Comic-Con.
BOOM! Studios staff and talent including Paul Jenkins and James Tynion IV discuss good editing versus bad editing and the qualities of a great editing relationship.
Activision's Glenn Oliver walks us through the latest build of "Skylanders Trap Team," demoing everything from the new portal to the villain capture mechanics.
The filmmaker was joined by Matt Dillon, Carla Gugino, Melissa Leo, Tobey Jones and other cast members to discuss the upcoming Fox television thriller.
Showrunners Andrew Kreisberg & Greg Berlanti plus "Flash" stars discuss how the show will connect to - and distinguish itself from - "Arrow."
The cast and creators of "Archer" came together to showcase a sneak preview of the Season 6 premiere and discuss their favorite moments from Season 5.
Acclaimed writer Mark Waid tells CBR TV about opening Thrillbent's doors, his new "Star Wars" book from Marvel and what drew him to "SHIELD."
The married comics makers sat down for a rollicking panel filled with Harley Quinn teases, Jonah Hex farewells, anecdotes, laughs and digressions.
The filmmakers behind "Atari: Game Over" investigate the legend surrounding the worst video game ever made, and whether "E.T." cartridges were buried in the desert.
"Strangers in Paradise" creator Terry Moore hosted an intimate Q&A with fans, discussing a new series, the "Rachel Rising" TV adaptation and more.
The cast and crew of "Sons of Anarchy" spoke about the final season of the hit FX biker series, revealing two major cast members are slated to die.