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WonderCon remains in Anaheim next year! A decade of Dynamite! Twenty differences between "Walking Dead" comic and TV series! Plus much more!
Chris Ware's "Building Stories" wins Lynd Ward Prize for Graphic Novel of the Year! Mark Waid and CBLDF on "Saga" #12! WonderCon's "gay geek scene"! Interviews with Jim Rugg and Allen Bellman! Plus more!
WonderCon sells out of Saturday and three-day badges! Another look at this weekend's Asbury Park Comicon! Interviews with Lucy Knisley, Phoebe Glockner and J.K. Woodward! Plus more!
A look ahead at WonderCon, which kicks off Friday! A wrap-up of Fabletown and Beyond! Hypno-Tronic Comics opens on Staten Island! Special-ops comic "The Activity" is apparently pretty accurate! Plus much more!
After a brief period of uncertainty surrounding San Francisco's Moscone Center, the organizers of WonderCon have announced that they'll stick to the Disneyland-adjacent Anaheim Convention Center for a 2013 show from March 29 to 31.
Comic-Con International VP of Marketing and Public Relations David Glanzer revealed that WonderCon 2013 will likely take place in Anaheim next year during Easter weekend at the end of March.
Days away from Comic-Con International's 2012 run, CCI Marketing Director David Glanzer talks with CBR about side events, the Hollywood shuffle in Hall H, the future of WonderCon and more.
WonderCon organizers still waiting for 2013 dates! Grant Morrison talks MorrisonCon! Spotlight on Valiant Entertainment! Young reader doesn't like swearing in "Bone"! Plus much more!
Writer Sam Humphries spoke with CBR TV about his career trajectory from self-publishing and self-distributing "Our Love Is Real" to working with Jonathan Hickman on "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" and more.
Trailer filled with Avatar Press books, convention materials stolen! WonderCon organizers wish for return to San Francisco! "Sergio Aragonés Funnies" delayed! Plus much more!
WonderCon's 2013 location still "a complete question mark"! The state of manga, post-Borders! ComiXology to offer HD comics for new iPad! Why do we talk so much about "Watchmen"? Plus much more!
WonderCon 2012 is just days away, and CBR has you covered! Check out our plans for the show, form panel coverage to our partnership witn Rotten Tomatoes, and keep it tuned to CBR for all the weekend's breaking news.
Acclaimed cartoonist Seth spoke with CBR TV at WonderCon about his recent format change for "Palookaville," the inspiration behind "The Great Northern Brotherhood of Canadian Cartoonists" and more.
With long-standing San Francisco-based WonderCon making a one-year move to Anaheim for 2012 and Chicago's C2E2 shifting spring dates to match, CBR News spoke with organizers about what this means for each's future.
WonderCon will be held from March 16-18 with a change of venue as the show heads south to Anaheim, California due to ongoing construction at the show's traditional home of San Francisco's Moscone Center.
Amy Reeder stopped by CBR TV's Tiki Room at WonderCon to discuss breaking into the industry, "Madame Xanadu" and her upcoming run on "Batwoman with JH Williams III at DC Comics.
Augie looks back at WonderCon and is most excited for IDW's "Artist's Edition" format, and starts the guessing game for which series could be next. Plus, a look at other news highlights and a trip back to 2007!
PRESS RELEASE: Hero Initiative Celebrates WonderCon's 25th with Cartoon Art Museum, IDW and Art Adams
PRESS RELEASE: "Green Lantern: Emerald Knights" to Premiere at WonderCon as Part of Green Lantern Day of Events
The Comic-Con International Marketing and PR Director explains what's the complete sell out of San Diego passes means for 2010, addresses the hotel booking concerns and looks to setting up WonderCon this holiday weekend.
WonderCon attendees will have the opportunity to get their hands on an exclusive Black Widow themed "Iron Man 2" mini-poster at this weekend's show in San Francisco.
CCI spokesman David Glanzer talked about the conventions' plans to accommodate fans in the wake of a shrinking ticket pool, possibly expanding off-site programming and making WonderCon work on a holiday weekend.