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From a "Kick-Ass" spinoff starring fan favorite Hit-Girl to a Leinil Yu-drawn heist comic to mystery collaborations with big names like Dave Gibbons and Frank Quitely, Mark Millar tells CBR first his next year of plans for Millarworld.
The writer of "Kick-Ass" and "The Ultimates," shares his plan for a dream comics and movie show as Mark Millar gives the skinny for this weekend's Kapow! Comic Con complete with the cast of Thor and a lively bar scene.
"Green Lantern Corps" writer Tony Bedard will team up with on the rise artist Miguel Sepulveda for a two-part follow-up to the current event full of GL infighting and fallout with July's "War of The Green Lanterns Aftermath."
The character set to take up the White Lantern and become Earth's new protector stands revealed in today's "Brightest Day" #23, and CBR News has a first look and word from DC E-i-C Bob Harras in the spoiler-ific reveal.
The producers of the '80s reimagination join original voice of Lion-O Larry Kenney on stage at WonderCon for an inside look at the anime take on "ThunderCats" including the new Thundera and a "SilverHawks" tease.
The celebrated writer of cerebral sci-fi superhero comics tells CBR about coming on to Marvel's black ops squad in "Secret Avengers" for a six-issue run of stand alone missions as announced at WonderCon.
Marvel Comics Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada returns to the stage for a round of questions, answers and announcements in his classic Cup O' Joe panel at WonderCon, and CBR News has word of the next "Secret Avengers" team and more.
Marvel Comics brings new of the merry mutants to San Francisco at WonderCon 2011, including word on the "X-Men: Schism" event, and CBR was there for the official creative team announcement for the event and more San Fran specials.
The CCO of DC Entertainment takes the stage in San Francisco as Geoff Johns talks Green Lantern at WonderCon digging into plans for the comic line in "War of the Green Lanterns" and unveiling his "Aquaman" artist.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan Didio and a wealth of talent take the stage in San Francisco for the first big panel of WonderCon, announcing the new "Retro-Active" series and discussing everything from "Flashpoint" to "Batman: Europa."
CCO Geoff Johns spoke with CBR News to discuss the new "War of The Green Lanterns" event, the heart of Hal Jordan and how his views affect the character's upcoming big screen debut.
The writer of "Action Comics" brings all his major threads home as Lex Luthor's quest collides with the attack of Superman's killer and Paul Cornell explains how his Man of Steel will take charge and stay human.
Image Comics superstar and his latest talent finds Brandon Seifert and Lukas Ketner explain the secrets of June's "Witch Doctor" which combines the cocky jerk archetype of medical dramas with the creeping monsters of horror.
John Layman and Rob Guillory's Image Comics award-winner about one detective's strange beat in a post-pandemic world gripped by poultry fears and food crimes is on its way to TV as Showtime has bought a deal live action "Chew" script.
As his TV version of DC Comics most iconic heroine gets ready for a turn at primetime, the producer behind hits like "Ally McBeal" and "Boston Legal" opens up on why he never thought he'd write "Wonder Woman."
A new partnership between Warner Bros. subsidiaries DC Entertainment and Cartoon Network will launch next year as the kids cable giant will host a block of TV content featuring the heroes of the DC Universe.
Reed Pop point man Lance Fensterman discussed the wrap up of this year's show from how C2E2 executed space and programming improvements to how they arrived at their 34,000 attendance figure and more.
Up-and-coming writer Kyle Higgins explains how his just-announced relaunch of Marvel's MAX take on superheroes will clash with our reality in a story that redefines Hyperion and Doctor Spectrum with a clean slate.
Marvel Comics wraps their weekend with their Next Big Thing panel featuring news from Brian Michael Bendis, Fred Van Lente, David Liss and more such as the return of "Supreme Power," the word on "Mystery Men" and Greg Pak's "Hulk" finale.
DC Comics brings news of the finale of their year-long event "Brightest Day" to Chicago with editor Eddie Berganza and artists Ivan Reis and Joe Prado including teases of the protector of earth and ties into "Flashpoint."