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Robert Kirkman and the cast of AMC's "The Walking Dead" played to a standing-room only crowd at New York Comic Con, discussing the hit series and hinting at what might be lurking over the horizon.
Rick Remender, Jonathan Hickman, Kieron Gillen, and Dennis Hopeless assembled at New York Comic Cons to dish on the Avengers series of Marvel NOW!, including "Uncanny," "Arena," "Avengers," and "Young Avengers."
With DC Comics' New 52 passing its first anniversary, a handful of creators including Jeff Lemire, Bernard Chang, and Joshua Fialkov met with fans at New York Comic Con to discuss their series and what comes next.
Brian Azzarello, Lee Bermejo, Amanda Conner, and Bill Sienkiewicz took the stage at New York Comic Con to discuss their "Before Watchmen" series, with especially candid commentary from the "Comedian" writer.
The House of Ideas began Friday at New York Comic Con with back-to-back Marvel NOW! panels, as Kieron Gillen, Rick Remender, Mark Waid, Jason Aaron, and more discuss what's next for their solo Avengers titles.
Mark Silvestri and Matt Hawkins explained to retailers their thinking behind the Kickstarter-funded, free to readers "Cyber Force" relaunch, and why Top Cow is uploading it to torrent sites themselves.
Actor Lance Henriksen discusses "To Hell You Ride," his Dark Horse miniseries which sees a small Colorado town ravaged by a horrifying curse, and his dynamic creative process with co-writer Joseph Maddrey and artist Tom Mandrake
Marvel rewarded fans who completed a scavenger hunt through downtown San Diego with an exclusive screening of "Item 47," the short film included in "The Avengers" Blu-ray release. CBR has details.
"Locke and Key" creators Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez spoke with fans at Comic-Con about their epic magical horror series from IDW, which is rocketing toward its conclusion next year.
At Image Comics' panel, publisher Eric Stephenson announced new projects from Kelly Sue Deconnick, Joe Casey, James Robinson, Matt Fraction and Howard Chaykin, Greg Rucka, Chris Roberson and more. Updated With Art.
At the Marvel TV panel at Comic-Con, Jeph Loeb formally confirmed "Avengers Assemble," announced several new Marvel Knights projects, showed test footage from upcoming series, and debuted the Spider-Ham episode of "Ultimate Spider-Man."
Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock is hosting Marvel's All-Winners Squad panel at Comic-Con, an enigmatic event that promises to show fans what it takes to be a super hero. CBR is reporting live throughout the hour.
Live, from San Diego! IDW Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall and Marketing VP Dirk Wood host a "late night" show at Comic-Con, with Duane Swierczynski, Alan Robert, Brea and Zane Grant, and... Alan Moore? Plus: announcements!
Legendary Comics announced the OGN "Shadow Walk" by Mark Waid, Max Brooks and Shane Davis at Comic-Con International. Matt Wagner discussed "Tower Chronicles" and CBR spoke with the creators about their projects.
In a surprise announcement at its Friday panel at Comic-Con International, Vertigo revealed that Neil Gaiman announced will write a "Sandman" prequel, with art by J.H. Williams III. Click through for more from the panel.
Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso hosted a lively panel on Marvel's "Next Big Thing" at Comic-Con International. Neal Adams, Daniel Way, Marjorie Liu, Peter David, and more are on stage to discuss their projects and reveal new titles.
Jim McCann, Tim Daniel, Sina Grace, Ales Kot, Michael Moreci, and Kurtis Wiebe take the stage at Comic-Con International to discuss their Image Comics series and answer fan questions.
"G.I. Joe: Real American Hero" drops in Comic-Con International in San Diego for a two-part story arc beginning in July's #180. CBR spoke with writer Larry Hama about the arc and what Cobra's plotting in Hall H.
"Dracula: The Company of Monsters" writer Daryl Gregory returns with a new tale of a warrior king in "Secret Battles of Genghis Khan" this July from IDW. CBR spoke with Gregory about the book.
CBR spoke to Austrian cartoonist Nicolas Mahler about "Angelman," his send up pf the superhero genre, the publishers behind it, fans who buy comics only to complain, and more.