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The man who's headed up the development of film and television adaptations for the DC Comics Universe since 2003 is moving on, and the company tells CBR first about the amicable parting of ways.
Cartoon Network unveiled two projects from the minds of top comics talent as Paul Dini's live action "Tower Prep" and Phil Hester & Andy Kuhn's "Firebreather" animated movie both gave CCI attendees early teases.
Creator Mike Mignola confirms his return to interior art on Hellboy, discusses what mythic influences are shaping the future of the long-running serial and shares an exclusive look at upcoming cover art.
The creative team for the incoming animated adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley's marquee Marvel Comics solidifies with another comics and cartoon veteran who's ready to rewrite the rulebook.
The screenwriter who became Richard Donner's closest collaborator on the first two "Superman" films as well as a driving force behind the '70s Jame Bond franchise passed away at the age of 68.
CCI's David Glanzer offers CBR his wrap up on the 41st Comic-Con International in Sand Diego, speaking on attendance and programming growth to fan trends and the big question of where the show lands in 2013.
The producer behind everything from "Star Trek" to "Lost" sets his Bad Robot sights on the Victorian Robot comic hero turned multimedia book star with a film adaptation of "Boilerplate: History's Mechanical Marvel" on tap.
Best-selling writer of "Batman & Robin" Grant Morrison opened up about everything from his artistic inspirations to his theories on fiction while teasing news on "Sea Guy," "Multiversity," "We3" and more.
CCI's Director of Marketing and Public Relations David Glanzer checked in with CBR News about what's made this show different than years past and what those differences mean for this weekend and the future.
For his first solo arc in a new era for Marvel's "Hulk," writer Jeff Parker reteams with Gabriel Hardman to tell a story of redemption for the Red Hulk while tweaking the franchise's classic anti-hero origins.
CBR News was on the scene to get the official word on the incidence of violence that broke out in Hall H and to catch a glimpse at the suspect who reportedly stabbed an attendee in the eye with a pen. Updated with word from CCI.
Cartoonist Bryan Lee O'Malley takes to the stage at Comic-Con to answer fan questions about Vol. 6, the movie, the video game and more, and CBR has all the news on how the creator took his hero from comics to screen.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief and Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada brings his signature panel to San Diego along with news including the return of CrossGen, the new "Hulk" creative team and Jeph Loeb's "Avengers 3."
Brian Michael Bendis and Joe Quesada lead a tour through the entire "Avengers" franchise, and CBR News was on hand to bring you first word on the new member of the Avengers, the next Man Without Fear, a spy crossover and more.
Amping up the presence for their next big budget superhero epic, the house of ideas have brought the mythic and previously unrevealed helmets of Thor, Loki and more to the floor of Comic-Con.
CBR News brings you a report from the star-studded panel for the summer's hottest indie comics movie as Edgar Wright, Michael Cera, Bryan Lee O'Malley and most of the cast talks "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" UPDATED WITH PHOTOS
The DC CCO opens up about his writing, his ambitions for TV and film and, of course, Green Lantern at Comic-Con including news on a Suicide Squad video games, GL cartoons and more.
The first DC Comic-Con panel anchored by co-publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee takes the stage in San Diego covering the entire DC Universe, Vertigo, Johnny DC and much, much more!
In the wake of Alan Moore's words on the future of the characters he created, DC Comics co-publisher spoke to CBR about his view of how to approach a "Watchmen" sequel and other "off limits" stories.
New video online takes fans onto the set of AMC's upcoming "Walking Dead" TV series including a tank on the streets of Atlanta and commentary from Robert Kirkman and Frank Darabont.