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Comics icon Stan Lee stopped by AT&T Park before a Giants game for an intimate Q&A session with fans, where he and pitcher Sergio Romo discussed everything from his favorite creations to his memories of Jack Kirby.
Marvel E-C Axel Alonso, "Black Panther" writer Reginald Hudlin and inker Klaus Janson helped honor legendary "Kick-Ass" and "Spider-Man" artist John Romita, Jr. at Comic-Con as the artist revealed a desire to pencil a "Dr. Strange" series.
The cast and producers of Cartoon Network's "Teen Titans Go!" discuss the backlash from original fans against the show's all-laughs direction, explain why Beast Boy is made for loving and more.
PR coordinator Michael Molcher explains why "2000 AD" is endorsing "Make a DREDD Sequel," the unofficial, fan-run campaign for a follow-up to the Karl Urban film and how the movie's led to a measurable spike in comic sales..
The producers and stars of "Beware the Batman" explain how using lesser-known villains keeps the show fresh, what happens when you tell your son you're Batman and respond to criticisms over the show's portrayal of Alfred.
IDW Publishing EIC Chris Ryall hosted a lively panel chock full of announcements including new projects from Walter Simonson, Joe Hill, Gabriel Rodriguez, Sam Kieth, "SNL's" Taran Killam and more.
Kevin Smith and first-time director Matt Johnson spoke to reporters at Comic-Con International about "The Dirties," a film about bullying, school shootings and friendship.
IDW Publishing & "2000 AD" publisher Rebellion held a joint panel at Comic-Con where they announced an ongoing U.S. "Rogue Trooper" series and support for the fan-run "Dredd" sequel campaign.
"The Walking Dead" celebrated its 10th Anniversary with a Comic-Con party capped by a performance by Weezer and attended by Robert Kirkman, Chad Coleman, Chris Hardwick, Grant Morrison and more.
Editor Denton Tipton discusses IDW's tapping blue-skinned clone warrior Rogue Trooper as its second ongoing series after "Judge Dredd" in their continuing relationship with "2000 AD" publisher Rebellion.
Legendary writer/artist Walt Simonson discusses working with IDW Publishing on his new, creator-owned Thor-starring series "Ragnarök" as well as the upcoming "Star Slammers: Artist's Edition."
Creator Sam Kieth discusses IDW Publishing’s plans to re-master and re-publish his seminal work “The Maxx” as a monthly series with new, original covers by Kieth.
IDW Publishing Special Projects Editor Scott Dunbier spoke exclusively with CBR about "Hellboy: Artist's Edition," collecting "Hellboy in Hell" and several other stories, announced today at Comic-Con International.
As Phil Hester prepares to launch "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents" at IDW, the writer explains why the series is his "dream gig," how it's influenced by "Batman: The Animated Series" and how long he'd like to remain on the book.
Kurtis Wiebe discusses his breakout hit "Peter Panzerfaust," sharing upcoming plot details and his casting thoughts for the BBC live-action adaptation, explains the origins of the upcoming "Rat Queens" and more.
"2000 AD" publisher Rebellion has informed CBR News that its controversial limited run of "Zenith," a property which has been mired in legal rights battles with Grant Morrison for years, has completely sold out.
At Image Expo, Nick Dragotta spoke with CBR about his and Jonathan Hickman's creator-owned "East of West," his inspirations for the book's wildly inventive designs and why Image is the future of comics.
Rick Remender, Matt Fraction and the "Southern Bastards" team of Jason Aaron and Jason Latour discuss their new Image titles, how they got into comics, the value of genre variety in comics and more.
Writer Al Ewing discusses his upcoming "Mars Attacks Judge Dredd" miniseries, how he approaches the IDW version of Dredd, his hopes for a sequel to "The Zaucer of Zilk" and more.
Monty Nero & Mike Dowling discuss "Death Sentence" and how the series about a terminal STD that grants superpowers found new life at Titan Comics after debuting in "Clint Magazine." Plus, previews of the first 2 issues.