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With their "Marvel Adventures Spider-Man " #19 hitting stores this week, veteran Spider-scribe J.M. DeMatteis and Marvel newcomer (and CBR contributor) Sean T. Collins discuss what makes Peter Parker tick.
Superstar writer Grant Morrison and director Adam Mortimer spoke with CBR News about their upcoming film project "Sinatoro" and described how they hope to bring moviemaking into the 21st Century.
"Saturday Night Live's" Seth Meyers and more take the stage to benefit the multi-media version of Phoebe Gloeckner's "The Diary of a Teenage Girl"
Veteran video game and comics writer Brian Reed gets tangled up with the darkest Spidey game ever, "Web of Shadows," and talks to CBR News about how bad things get for the virtual wall-crawler.
Comic-Con's Director of Marketing and Public Relations David Glanzer looks back on the 2008 show, its successes and failures, and whether a move or a price increase are in the cards soon.
CBR News interviewed Jen O'Neil, the Executive Producer of Activision's latest Marvel Universe game, to find out just what Marvel Zombies can expect from the highly anticipated sequel.
"Rebirth" specialist Ethan Van Sciver revealed for fans at CCI the secrets that have driven his daring interpretations of Green Lantern, The Flash, New-X-men, Cybefrog and more, with hints of new work to come.
The Hernandez Brothers - and one Hernandez Daughter - reunited at Comic-Con International to launch a history-making, smash-hit new volume of "Love & Rockets" from Fantagraphics Books.
The acclaimed illustrator of "Final Crisis" and countless covers for Vertigo, Marvel and others, J.G. Jones, walks down memory lane with fans at Comic-Con International, revealing tips, tricks and secrets along the way.
Grant Morrison, Jim Lee, Mike Mignola, Robert Kirkman, John Cassasday, Colleen Doran and Matt Fraction discussed and debated the state of the comics art form with fans at Comic-Con International, and CBR was there.
Writer Geoff Johns met with fans at Comic-Con International last weekend to discuss developments in his many projects, with hints about Green Lantern, Superman, the Legion, Superboy-Prime, the Flash, JSA and more.
Matt Furie's indie humor title was one of Comic-Con weekend's buzziest books, and the cartoonist talks to CBR News about everything gross, horrible and disgusting that makes up the hilarious "Boys' Club."
Convention attendees and retailers may be living in the year 2008, but the biggest book of this summmer's Comic-Con International in San Diego is straight out of 1986.
The trio that cleaned up at this year's Eisner Awards talk about their new Vertigo books and their buzzworthy collaborations with Brian Wood, Gerard Way, Mike Mignola - and each other
Sean T. Collins checks in with Comic-Con's Director of Marketing and Public Relations David Glanzer once again to discuss attendance, getting into panels, traffic jams and other items related to the show thus far.
It was a big weekend for Brian Azzarello with the announcement of "Filthy Rich," part of the launch of the "Vertigo Crime" imprint. CBR News caught up with the author on the con floor to talk about his latest creation.
CBR News sat down with Ethan Van Sciver at Comic-Con International to talk "Rebirth," DC/Marvel amlgamations and to find out which character he'd be happy not to sketch for a while...
With the first day of Comic-Con International 2008 now in the books, we spoke with CCI Director of Marketing & Public Relations David Glanzer to see how the day went, drapery malfunction and all!
Bryan Hitch reveals the name of his and Millar's upcoming creator-owned collaboration, teases storylines for the final issues of their "Fantastic Four" run, explains what aspect of his job he thinks he's the worst at and more.
With the hotly anticipated volume four shipping next week, the creator of "Scott Pilgrim Gets It Together" goes in-depth with CBR News about manga, bloggers, success, movie adaptations and more.