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Image brings Doug "Earthworm Jim" TenNapel's "GEAR" graphic novel back into print in early 2007, featuring a violent war of cats versus dogs. And giant robots.
Ande Parks and the dreamy Shawn Crystal tell a tale of vengeance on the red planet in "Blood Red," coming in 2007 from Oni.
It's Q&A with DC's biggest talent at Comic-Con, including answers to those questions about Batgirl and Nightwing. Oh, and a little something about new DC animated movies.
Joe Quesada rocked the mic Saturday in San Diego, answering questions but dropping no mad science.
The Legion. The New Gods. Kathy Kane. At Comic-Con International, fans learned a bit more from the minds behind DC Comics' "52."
Chris Morgan is a screenwriter adapting "The Psycho" and "Wanted" for the big screen and shares a bit of the process, as well as the casting choices for Millar's antihero?
Another day at Comic-Con International, another photo parade. Trains, creators and unfortunate costumes are the highlights. And just how crowded is it?
IDW Publishing revealed its plans for the next year, including "The Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy," "Adventures in Oz" collections, "Scarface" and much more.
It's a big day for "Halo" fans, as Marvel Comics announced a new ongoing comic book series in 2007, and Joe Quesada tells who would win a fight between Wolverine and Master Chief!
Never miss a Comic-Con International story from CBR News, with our high-tech story index, now with added Internet. (It's a series of tubes!)
Marvel legend John Romita discussed his role in Spider-Man's early years, his philosophy on art and his wonderful wife.
Friday at CCI, the producers and voice talent of "Family Guy" and "American Dad" updated fans on the show, which includes loads of spoilers.
The 2006 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards were presented at Comic-Con International Friday. We've got a report from the ceremony.
Actors from Superman productions old and new joined director Richard Donner in a discussion of the newly reconstructed Donner Cut of "Superman II" at Comic-Con International.
Disney Publishing has been around for 75 years and are re still going strong with their "Disney Adventures" magazine, "Comic Zone," and their comic titles based on Disney licensed characters.
Footage from the upcoming Paramount release was shown, Neil Gaiman continued to be polite and genial and there was a surprise announcement regarding the upcoming "Transformers" movie.
Twentieth Century Fox presented their upcoming films for the fans at CCI, discussing the X-Men, dragons, vikings and more.
Harry Potter, Superman and a Million Dollar Baby were spotlighted at Comic-Con International Friday, along with Bryan Singer's plans for the next Superman movie.
Announced Friday by Vertigo, Rick Veitch will be writing a new war series called Army@Love. We spoke to him about the series and how it relates to current events.
If you've ever wished superheroes were real, well...they sort of are. At Comic-Con International Friday, Stan Lee talked "Who Wants To Be A Superhero?" and potential sequels.
With one of stars from "The O.C" working with them, Wildstorm drew in a huge crowd Friday. It also didn't hurt that some of the industry's greatest were in attendance. Also, the truth about Xorn at last!
Mike Mignola gave fans a look at the upcoming "Hellboy" animated series debuting on both Cartoon Network and DVD. We've got a report from the Comic-Con panel.
Girls kissing, a writer draws, and lions ... oh my! Vertigo greeted fans with a jam packed panel at the Comic-Con International Friday.
Announced Friday, writer John Layman and artist Dave Crosland will tackle Tony Montana in a five-issue "Scarface" mini-series from IDW Publishing. Layman sang like a canary about the project.
Stan Lee. JMS. JR Jr. JR Sr. Need we say more? Updated with new images.
"There aren't any fart jokes," TMNT director Kevin Munroe declared at a panel Thursday afternoon at Comic-Con, which also saw "Ant Bully" and "Happy Feet" previewed.
During the CMX panel Thursday at Comic-Con, the publisher discussed a number of high-profile projects for 2007 including "Go Go Heaven," "The Time Guardian," "Canon" and more.
Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro talks about his new movie fairy tale, "Hellboy II," upcoming projects and having the balls to do what you want.
Thursday, IDW let fans know what they can expect from the robots in disguise in the year leading up to the film.
Random House looks to make a splash in the world of comics and their panel at Comic-Con revealed a few secrets. Come take "Flight!"
Aspen comics had a strong showing at their Comic-Con International panel Thursday with a variety of announcements.
Friday saw Deepak Chopra & Grant Morrison discuss the Seven Spiritual Laws Of Superheroes. The what?
Could Peter Cullen be the once and future Prime? We wonder about it while looking at plans to adapt Andrew Cosby's vampire story, gaping at the newest things in shells as well as the first ladies of Top Cow, plus info on "LSH," "Ghost Rider" and more.
Costumes, costumes, creators, costumes, costumes, hot chick, costumes and more in the Day 1 CBR Photo Parade!
Del Rey Manga offered glimpses of manga joy to come at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
It's "CSI: Harry Potter" when Rosario "Sin City" Dawson stars and co-plots "Occult Crimes Taskforce." The first issue is in stores now and Dawson discussed the book at CCI today.
At a park just north of San Diego, Marvel and DC squared off in a softball game to raise money for the ACTOR Comic Fund. Marvel earned bragging rights by beating DC 22-11. We have a report and photos.
Trailers for the anime versions "Witchblade" and "Aphrodite IX" were showing at the Top Cow booth during Comic-Con. If you missed the convention, we have the videos for you here.
Ever wonder how Bob Kane dined? Or how Beast Boy's creator feels about the character's success? Friday at CCI, Batman's earliest creators waxed about the old days.
This January, Jeph Loeb and Simone Bianchi take over "Wolverine" with issue #50. We spoke with Bianchi from his home in Italy about tackling one of his favorite characters.