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Comic-Con International's David Glanzer stops by CBR to unpack today's successful trial sale of 1,000 tickets to the event in San Diego and assure would-be attendees that all the available tickets will be released in the new year.
As part of January's "Spawn" #200, Todd McFarlane is tapping the "Walking Dead" creator to write and pencil a four-page Omega Spawn origin, plus an exclusive look at David Finch's cover process.
The Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner WildStorm adaptation earns a nod in the "Best Motion Picture: Comedy Or Musical" and will go up against such films as "The Kids Are All Right" and "Burlesque."
Reports are coming that "Iron Man" & "Iron Man 2" director Jon Favreau will not return for a third adventure of Marvel's Armored Avenger, leaving the post-"Avengers" shape of the film Marvel U in the air. UPDATED with confirmation.
With a first wave of guests, events and special announcements under its belt, Mark Millar unveils his personal plan for recruiting new "CLiNT" talent at Kapow!, his inaugural London convention.
As Twilight falls on Dark Horse's "Buffy: Season 8," co-writer Scott Allie and artist Georges Jeanty tackle the shocking events of the penultimate issue #39 including the death of a major character and plans for "Season 9."
"Hannah Montanna" actor Chris Zylka has officially been confirmed as playing Peter Parker's high school bully and Spider-Man's biggest supporter as Flash Thompson comes to the Sony reboot.
Film director and comic fan Kevin Smith swings by THE BAT SIGNAL to look inside "The Widening Gyre," from its shocking Volume 1 finish to the controversy over Batman's bladder problems and a hint at what comes next.
Eagle-eyed readers from the CBR Forums have uncovered the latest clue to Marvel's incoming alternate reality story from writer Mike Carey: the inclusion of the long lost heroine Phoenix in the proceedings.
News is out that Peter Parker's rarely seen parents Richard and Mary will make an appearance in director Marc Webb's upcoming "Spider-Man" film relaunch along with a married pair of villains, however more details remain scarce.
CBR has the EXCLUSIVE news that "Dredd" producer Andrew MacDonald is headed to Mark Millar's April Kapow! Comic Con in London with a first look at the Karl Urban-starring relaunch of the famed 2000AD property on film.
Novelist and award-winning comic scribe Brad Meltzer takes the biggest mysteries from his notes and spins them into a new History Channel series uncovering secrets from the White House to the grave of John Wilkes Booth.
Though still in pre-production, the incoming "Dark Knight Rises" feature will be Christopher Nolan's final Batman movie chapter as he preps an "Inception" video game.
Writer Nick Spencer takes CBR News on a tour of how he brought cult classic superheroes the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents back to life from his impending death take on the team concept to the sci-fi twists that link solo super stories.
Two of the creators of "Kick-Ass" and "Watchmen" will team up in 2011 for a new comic series that Mark Millar has been hoping for since his teenage years, but the specifics will have to wait until the publicity prime of Kapow! Comic Con.
"Kick-Ass"and "Wanted" writer Mark Millar opened up to CBR News about his inaugural London comic convention, from a guest list boasting Frank Quitely and Dave Gibbons to his Hollywood plans and the Stan Lee Awards.
With the final chapter of his movie sceenplay turned comic on stands today, director Kevin Smith tells CBR how the story came to the page, how he did more than he ever expected and that he may return for seconds.
Fan favorite comic and TV writer Paul Dini welcomes the writing staff of his Cartoon Network series "Tower Prep" to CBR to discuss the teen drama where "X-Files" style creepiness meets mystery mythology.
With the fifth volume of his "Diary of A Wimpy Kid" series high on the sales charts, Jeff Kinney muses on keeping his comics smart and juggling Hollywood's needs while his characters face "The Ugly Truth" of puberty.
Computer issues are again at the heart of an indefinite delay in ticket sales for the 2011 edition of Comic-Con International in San Diego as David Glanzer explains to CBR News.