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"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.
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.
Dark Horse Comics highlighted details about George Lucas' "The Star Wars" and shared information about upcoming books in the Serenity franchise at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Thrillbent.com's Mark Waid and a panel of fellow creators, including James Tynion IV and Asa Tait, gave a behind the scenes look at how comic books are produced for the digital publisher.
Captain Action made a comeback in a big way at CCI 2012 as Ed Catto presented upcoming developments for the classic hero, including a first look at an in-development "Captain Action" animated series.
Mark Waid went above and beyond to interact with fans interested in hearing his thoughts about his Thrillbent online initiative and the future of both print and digital comics.
The CW premiered the pilot for "Arrow" Friday at Comic-Con, and the cast and crew spoke about making a show about DC Comics' Green Arrow and what they have in store for the first season.
Celebrating twenty-five years of "Watchmen," artist Dave Gibbons, colorist John Higgins and editor Len Wein looked back on the seminal work at Comic-Con International.
During his Comic-Con panel, Joss Whedon discussed the future of the Buffyverse at Dark Horse, fielded fan questions regarding his film, TV and comic projects and announced a free "Spike" comic.
Top Cow's panel at Comic-Con International covered everything from film adaptations to new creative teams and the announcement of 8 new titles for this year's Pilot Season.
Following a screening of the upcoming animated "Batman: Year One" film, executive producer Bruce Timm announced that next up is "The Dark Knight Returns."
BOOM! Studios writers Mark Waid, Chris Roberson, and Paul Cornell all took to the Comic-Con stage to talk with fans about their new superhero projects and what it's like working with "The Man" himself, Stan Lee.
Independent writers unite at Comic-Con International for a discussion about writing, promoting, publishing comic books outside of the mainstream industry and what it means to be independent.
Some of Marvel's most popular scribes including Brian Michael Bendis, Matt Fraction, Mark Waid, and Chris Claremont gathered for a discussion of their history and writing philosophies at Comic-Con International.
Graphic novelist and art teacher James Sturm shared the history of his career with fans, won an award and talked about every thing from art school to internet culture during his CCI spotlight panel.
Marvel Comics editor Nick Lowe and superstar "Fantastic Four" and "The Authority" illustrator Bryan Hitch met with fans at Comic-Con International last weekend to discuss the artist's career and creative process.
Terry Moore held a "one-on-one" panel with fans to discuss his "Echo," "Runaways," "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane," and other projects this past weekend at Comic-Con International.
In a special panel at CCI in San Diego, Steve "The Dude" Rude, Mike Baron and the rest of the Rude Dude Productions crew discussed the return of "Nexus" and "The Moth."
The cast and crew of "Stargate: SG1" took the stage at Comic-Con International to discuss with fans the first film based on the hit sci-fi television series, "Stargate: The Arc of Truth."
Zombie film hero George A. Romero took the stage with zombie author Max Brooks and writer J, Michael Straczynski for a discussion of "Diary of the Dead" and "World War Z."