Comic-Con Trailers: The Best of the Best, Ranked
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Mark Waid talks with CBR News about the upcoming re-launch of "Brave & the Bold," which he describes as a travel guide to the post "Infinite Crisis" DCU.
Writer Marc Andreyko talks with CBR News about his hopes and fears for the future of DC's "Manhunter," in the first of a multi-part look at the series.
Last week we attended a screening of "Spider-Man 2" at Grauman's Chinese theater, but the real draw was the Stan Lee Q&A with Kevin Smith. Lee discussed his history with Marvel, his appearances in "Spider-Man 3" and "Fantastic Four 2" and more.
Last week, venerable Los Angeles comic shop Golden Apple Comics celebrated a grand re-opening at their new location. CBR News was at the ribbon cutting ceremony with Stan Lee and we have photos from the event.
David Wohl and Paul Jenkins weigh in on the future of the "Darkness's" Jackie Estacado in game, screen and comics.
Writer Jeff Mariotte stops by to preview pages from and discuss the western comic "Desperadoes: Buffalo Dreams" coming from IDW in January, and an upcoming novel showcasing some unlikely DCU team-ups.
Roman Dirge headlines his first gallery show in 10 years, along with artist Steven Daily, at Meltdown Comics in Hollywood, California. CBR News was there and has the photographic evidence.
Novelist Laurell K. Hamilton talks about the Dabel Brothers Productions' and Marvel adaptation of the first book of her long-running series chronicling the adventures of vampire hunter Anita Blake, now in stores.
Writer Hugh Sterbakov talks about making the leap from screenplays to comics, and what's in store for the students of Freese College in the "Freshmen II," coming in November from Top Cow.
Writer Jason Aaron spills the beans on Vertigo's gritty new Native American crime series, "Scalped," coming January, 2007. - Updated
Scott Lobdell, co-writer of IDW's "Mixtionary," says a few words about how the new book of neologisms (the creation of new words) came about.
Writer Raven Gregory weighs in on "Gluttony," the first installment of Zenescope's prequel series to David Fincher's "Se7en," in shops today.
Brian K. Vaughan, Devin Grayson, Mark Waid & Allan Heinberg attempted to forge a monthly comics manifesto during the West Hollywood Book Fair, discussing the relevance of comics in broader culture, their own creative processes, the role of gender politics and sexual preference in the medium and more.
J. Torres and Ramon Perez discussed the upcoming original "Degrassi" graphic novels at Comic-Con and how their work fits into the "Degrassi" universe.
Jane-of-All-Trades Linda Medley discusses her triumphant return to comics, her new work in the land of Oz, and the long-awaited resumption of "Castle Waiting."
Sadly, traffic kept the Doggfather from attending his own panel at Comic-Con, but he took questions via the magic of cellular technology alongside actors Erine Hudson, Diamond Dallas Page and Playboy Playmate Brande Roderick.
The cast and crew from Sci-Fi's "Battlestar Galactica" give Comic-Con a sneak peak at their upcoming third season.
Marvel Studios execs discuss their newfound autonomy, and open up the floor to directors Wright, Letterier and Favreau to talk about "Ant-Man," "Hulk 2" and "Iron Man" respectively.
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.
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.