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At Comic-Con International's DC Comics: The New 52 panel, DC Co-Publisher Dan Didio, Gail Simone, and a slew of creators discussed the September relaunch and the new Flash, Batman and Superman related titles.
CBR spoke with the cast and crew of "The Walking Dead" about season two, plot differences between the comic and the TV show, and what to look for in casting a zombie.
DC Comic’s Executive Editor Eddie Berganza, writer Peter Tomasi and artist Ed Benes joined DC CCO Geoff Johns to talk about the future of the Green Lantern Corps with fans at San Diego's Comic-Con International.
Writer and comic book legend Grant Morrison discussed his career at Comic-Con, including his work on "Batman Inc." and his take on Superman in the upcoming "Action Comics" #1.
Blurb: Vertigo Executive Editor Karen Berger took to the stage at San Diego's Comic-Con International with some of Vertigo's leading writers and artists to tell fans what to expect from the DC imprint starting this fall.
"Captain America" screenwriters Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely spoke exclusively with CBR about Ed Brubaker, "Avengers" & the Cap sequel.
Actors Chris Evans, Haley Atwell and Sebastian Stan spoke with CBR News, recounting their experiences while filming "Captain America: The First Avenger."
CBR’s Josie Campbell takes a look at Marvel Studios' "Captain America: The First Avenger" and finds an enjoyable light-hearted film that pleases despite its sometimes simplistic nature.
Director Joe Johnston spoke one-on-one with CBR News about "Captain America: The First Avenger," directing Stan Lee, setting up "The Avengers for Joss Whedon and more.
Marvel Studios shares an exclusive look at the "Art Of Captain America" book. Vis. Dev. Supervisor Ryan Meinerding dishes about the book and movie.
Writer Tony Bedard pits Jaime Reyes against an alien menace in "Blue Beetle," the new series out in September as part of the DC Comics 52 title relaunch.
Writer James Robinson spoke with CBR News about "The Shade," a 12-issue maxi-series spotlighting the anti-hero from the pages of "Starman" debuting in October from DC Comics.
Writer Scott Lobdell discusses about his relaunched "Teen Titans" and "Superboy" series for DC Comics, as well as his views on modern comic book storytelling.
Writer John Rozum and artist Scott McDaniel talk with CBR News about the elctromagnetic-powered star of "Static Shock," one of DC's September relaunch titles.
Before wrapping up Dick Grayson's final story as Batman, writer David Hine speaks to THE BAT SIGNAL about giving the Dynamic Duo a surrealist twist in "Batman and Robin" #26.
Peter Milligan, writer for DC Comics' new “Red Lanterns” comic series out in September, spoke with CBR about Atrocitus and crew, as well as his sympathy for the Red Lantern Corps.
CBR News spent a day visiting with the cast and crew of Sony's "The Smurfs," learning what it takes to bring Peyo's world-famous diminutive characters to life.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio and writer/artist Keith Giffen discuss their new "OMAC" series, Jack Kirby's influence and bringing action and surprise back to comics. Plus, exclusive art!
Writer James Patrick spoke with CBR news about street-level threats, Westboro Baptists, mech-suits, Geico and how these all connect in his "Green Arrow" story arc.
Writing duo Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, also known as DnA, spoke with CBR News about the return of their cult classic title "Resurrection Man," part of DC Comics' line-wide relaunch in September.