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FIRST COMIC: "Wonder Woman" #78
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CBR's Josie Campbell reflects on the fan experience at the first MorrisonCon, examining the weekend's highs, the lows and whether the Grant Morrison-centric convention lived up to the hype.
At MorrisonCon, Jonathan Hickman, Jason Aaron, Robert Kirkman and J.H. Williams III joined Grant Morrison to discuss writing techniques, the up-and downside to working at Marvel and DC & more.
Frank Quietly spoke one-on-one with CBR News at MorrisonCon about drawing "Multiversity," "Jupiter's Children" and the various influences that make the artist uniquely Quitely.
Grant Morrison and guest DJ Akira The Don closed out MorrisonCon with a discussion about conspiracy culture, "The Invisibles" and how everyone can change the world.
CBR News joined MorrisonCon guest, "My Chemical Romance" singer and comic book creator Gerard Way for a backstage discussion of Grant Morrison, magic and the future of "The Umbrella Academy."
At MorrisonCon’s spotlight panel, superstar writer Grant Morrison took fan questions and discussed everything from his dislike of the concept of The Red in "Animal Man" to chaos magic for beginners.
Grant Morrison spoke with CBR at MorrisonCon about "Multiversity," an 8-issue multiple-Earth epic from DC Comics featuring Nazi Superman, the black Superman of Earth 23 and an Alan Moore-inspired Earth Charlton.
During MorrisonCon's heated Celluloid Heroes panel, Max Landis, James Gunn, Darick Robertson and Grant Morrison fiercely debated the term "superhero" in regard to "Chronicle," "Guardians of the Galaxy" and more.
At MorrisonCon's "Third Millennium" panel, Grant Morrison, Darick Robertson, Frank Quitely and Chris Burnham dished details on "Batman Incorporated," "Happy!" and "Multiversity."
Looking back on his first year of writing DC Comics' "Animal Man," Jeff Lemire reflects on the road to "Rotworld," crossing over with Scott Snyder's "Swamp Thing" and his initial fears of early cancellation.
Co-writers Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti announce their latest DC Comics miniseries, "Human Bomb," and speak with CBR News about bringing the Freedom Fighters into the New 52.
Tom DeFalco spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about his two-issue "Nightwing" story featuring the New 52's Lady Shiva, how it ties into September's #0 issue and his hopes to return to Gotham City in the future.
Writer Tom DeFalco speaks about his upcoming #0 issues and crossover stories "H'ell On Earth" in "Superboy" and the return of "The Culling's" major villain Harvest in "Legion Lost."
"The Flash" creative team Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato speak about "Flash" #0, the origin of Barry Allen and bringing Gorilla Grodd back to the forefront with the upcoming "Gorilla Warfare" arc.
Writer James Robinson speaks about the "Earth 2" #0, the Trinity's place in the origin issue and taking a more magical approach the origins of the Justice Society.
CBR News spoke with Marvel and developer Wideload Games about their newest mobile game for iOS and Android, "Avengers Initiative," and their ambitious plans for a shared gaming universe.
"The Shade" writer James Robinson spoke with CBR News about the final issue of his maxi-series, its near cancellation and his ideas for future Shade stories in the DC Universe.
Writer and Hollywood attorney Skip Brittenham and artist Brian Haberlin spoke with CBR about their 370-page, AR-enhanced, richly illustrated graphic novel "Anomaly" and their plans to change the comic book industry.
Writer Tom Taylor spoke with CBR News about his upcoming "National Comics: Rose and Thorn" one-shot from DC Comics, explaining what makes his rendition different from the split-personality duos who have come before.
Award-winning author and South African native, Lauren Beukes spoke with CBR News about her Rapunzel story for Vertigo’s "Fairest" and the many Japanese influences of her tale.