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Writer Brian Azzarello and cover artist Dave Johnson met with fans at San Francisco's WonderCon to discuss Vertigo’s “100 Bullets,” from the book's origins to the upcoming final issue to what comes next for the creative team.
Series creator and executive producer Josh Friedman joined stars Summer Glau and Shirley Manson at WonderCon to preview new episodes and answer fan questions about "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles."
The Academy Award-nominated star of “Sideways,” Virginia Madsen talks about her role as Wonder Woman’s Mother, Queen Hippolyta, in the new animated film, "Wonder Woman," on sale now on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Director Zack Snyder and legendary artist/"Watchmen" co-creator Dave Gibbons discuss the highly anticipated film adaptation of the classic, award winning graphic novel before it’s released in theaters this Friday.
Creator Mitch Hurwitz unites Gob Bluth, the Fonz, and Spongebob Squarepants for "Sit Down, Shut Up," a new animated comedy coming to FOX in April. Hurwitz and the cast met with fans at WonderCon to discuss the show.
Venerable cartoonist Stan Sakai met with fans at San Francisco's WonderCon to discuss 25 years of his rabbit samurai, Usagi Yojimbo, including the hero's origins, his dealings with the TMNT, animation and film and much more.
IDW Publishing staffers met with fans at WonderCon to discuss a torrent of new books based off the upcoming "Transfromers", "G.I. Joe", and "Star Trek" movies, including news on the "Next Generation" crew's involvement in the film.
WildStorm editor Shannon Denton met with fans in San Francisco to tease what's coming next for the WildStorm Universe, who's doing variant covers for upcoming video game properties and more.
Voice actor Elijah Wood and Director of Animation Joe Ksander met with fans at San Francisco's WonderCon to show clips and discuss "9,' the new Shane Acker film produced by Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov.
Reginald Hudlin, Denys Cowan and Axel Alonso met with fans in San Francisco to talk about BET’s new animated series based on Marvel’s classic King of Wakanda and tease fans about the identity of the new female Black Panther.
At last weekend's WonderCon, SLG Publishing's Dan Vado shared information on upcoming titles, talked frankly about the new Diamond minimums, and invited Bay Area fans to two fun events at his headquarters.
At last weekend's WonderCon, "Uncanny X-Men" writer Matt Fraction and editor Axel Alonso warned fans in the X-Men’s new home of San Francisco to watch their backs – the Dark Avengers are coming, and they’re pissed.
Brian Azzarello came to Wondercon in San Francisco to discuss his gritty writing career in comics, specifically the groundbreaking end to his and Eduardo Risso's hit comic book series, “100 Bullets.”
Director of publicity Jeremy Atkins and editor Shawna Gore spoke with WonderCon attendees about what's coming up at Dark Horse with Star Wars, future webcomic collections, movie adaptations and more.
The two critically-acclaimed writers met in San Francisco at WonderCon Saturday afternoon to talk about genre, literature pitching the "Fantastic Four" movie and taking your toys out of their boxes.
McG unveiled the world premiere of a new trailer for Terminator: Salvation at WonderCon (debuting in front of "Watchmen" this week), revealing a character who believes himself human, but may be mistaken...
This Summer, Norman Osborn decides he has a mutant problem and does something about it in the six part “Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men." We spoke with Matt Fraction & Nick Lowe about the cross-over.
Vertigo gave WonderCon attendees a brief glimpse into Vertigo Crime, their new original graphic novel imprint, as well as hints of the future of the long-running imprint's regular titles, including news about the "Fables" prose novel.
“Starman,” “Superman” and "The Golden Age" writer James Robinson gave an audience a polite and rapid recap of his life, career, and characters, and some hints at the future, during his Saturday afternoon Wondercon panel.
Fans of "Spectacular Spider-Man" were treated to scenes from the upcoming second season of the hit cartoon, as well as news about the introduction of new characters and developments in the life of the animated Spidey.
Marvel's revisitation of classic X-Men tales sees a new iteration starring the All-New, All-Different X-Men under the tutelage of Scott Gray. CBR News spoke with the writer about what X-fans can expect.
Top Marvel writers Matt Fraction, Ed Brubaker, Joe Casey, and Rick Remender assembled for the Mondo Marvel panel Saturday afternoon at WonderCon, where fans participated in a spirited Q&A about their favorite series.
IDW Publishing announced new deluxe collections for “The Rocketeer,” “Family Circus” and “Captain Canuck” during their Saturday panel at WonderCon, as well as discussing the rest of their 2009 publishing slate.
At DC's second WonderCon panel, taking place Saturday afternoon, the publisher announced that Judd Winick is the new writer on “Batman” after “Battle for the Cowl.” Winick assured fans his run will be exactly what they expect.
One of the most anticipated panels at WonderCon occurred Saturday, as "Watchmen" director Zack Snyder was joined by Dave Gibbons and the cast of the movie for some new footage and an audience Q&A session. CBR News was there.
Matt Fraction speaks with John Siuntres at WonderCon 2009 about the X-Men’s new home, Iron Man’s current predicament, "Punisher War Journal’s" end, Iron Fist, and his previous indie comics work.
Two new Obama-themed one-shots will follow IDW Publishing's massively successful "Presidential Material" comic by Jeff Mariotte and Tom Morgan. Plus, an exclusive look at the J. Scott Campbell cover for the first one-shot.
IDW announced that, in October, they will publish two editions of “The Rocketeer,” the pulp adventure series created, written and drawn by Dave Stevens. CBR spoke with Scott Dunbier and Laura Martin about the project.
IDW will be collecting all of cartoonist Bil Keane's “Family Circus” comic strips, beginning in November. We spoke with editor Scott Dunbier about the editions, which will present the strip as its never been seen before.
On Friday, BOOM! Studios announced a new deal with Fox Atomic, and talks about "Farscape," second printings, mobile devices, Mark Waid, Pixar, "Hexed" and more at WonderCon. Welcome to the unveiling of BOOM! 3.0!
Howard Chaykin and Dave Johnson kept an enthusiastic audience on their toes during a fast-paced overview of Johnson’s career as a cover artist, discussing technique, influences and more.
Image’s panel at WonderCon Friday highlighted the Savage Dragon’s presidential team-up, Duncan Rouleau’s “The Great Unknown” and John Layman’s “cannibal for a good cause” title “Chew.” Plus, a huge gallery of preview art!
Aspen Comics staffers Frank Mastromauro, Vince Hernandez, J.T. Krul, David Wohl, Ale Garza, Mark Roslan and Joe Benitez met with fans in San Francisco on Friday to discuss the publisher's latest projects.
Friday afternoon at WonderCon's DC Nation panel, DC Comics announced which two of the June-debuting series Paul Dini will be writing, a new role for “Manhunter” Kate Spencer, and named the leads for “Gotham City Sirens.”
Marvel's Ultimate Comics panel revealed Art Adams' exclusive Marvel contract status and editor Mark Paniccia answered questions about the status of the Ultimate Universe post-”Ultimatum."
The acclaimed artist signs on for his first monthly gig in years in the form of an Ultimate Comics series with Jeph Loeb. CBR News spoke with the comic book superstar about what lured him back to the monthly grind.
The fan favorite artist draws his first full comic book in years, featuring Sam, Twitch and a much deadlier Clown. CBR spoke with writer/creator Todd McFarlane about Greg Capullo's triumphant return to "Spawn."
Film studio Fox Atomic has entered into a co-publishing agreement with Boom! Studios. CBR News caught up with Boom!'s Ross Richie and Atomic's Eric Lieb to discuss the deal.
Top Oni brass touted their upcoming lineup at a WonderCon panel on Friday, including a dirt-cheap trade collection for Marc Guggenheim’s “Resurrection” series and what Greg Rucka’s been up to.
At next week's WonderCon, Aspen Comics launches its new series, "Executive Assistant: Iris," created by David Wohl and Michael Turner. We've got the WonderCon-exclusives covers for you right here.