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Warner Bros. brought plenty of stars to its CinemaCon presentation, previewing "Godzilla," "Jersey Boys," "The Hobbit: There and Back Again" and more.
At CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Sony debuted a half-hour of footage from "Amazing Spider-Man 2," along with looks at new movies "22 Jump Street" & more.
After teasing films ranging from "Neighbors" to "Dumb and Dumber To," Angelina Jolie appeared to promote Universal's "Unbroken."
CinemaCon kicked off with Paramount's "Hercules" and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" trailer premieres plus all-new "Transformers: Age of Extinction" footage.
Greg Rucka discussed his creator-owned titles "Lazarus" & "Veil," the perils of writing company-owned characters, and the question that bothers him.
Artist Georges Jeanty talked about his work on Dark Horse's "Buffy" and the upcoming "Serenity" miniseries at the Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival.
At the Las Vegas Comic Expo, "Love and Rockets" creators Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez entertained a small but appreciative audience with stories from their lengthy indie-comics careers.
At the Las Vegas Comic Expo, writer Scott Lobdell talked about his work on "Superman," including the pitch that got him the job and how his feeling towards the Man of Steel have changed since he began writing the icon.
At the inaugural Amazing Las Vegas Comic-Con, Rob Liefeld talked all things Deadpool - from the character's creation to the potential movie - while offering an update on the status of "Image United."
Dark Horse and creators Christos Gage, Jane Espenson, Georges Jeanty & Andrew Chambliss visited WonderCon to talk about the upcoming finales of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel & Faith."
Veteran writer J.M. DeMatteis took a look back at his long career during WonderCon 2013, with notable work including "Moonshadow," "Kraven's Last Hunt" and "Abadazad."
IDW's WonderCon panel on its Hasbro titles featured updates on the worlds of G.I. Joe, My Little Pony and Dungeons & Dragons, plus a major announcement of "the biggest event in Transformers comics history."
The WonderCon panel for Mark Waid's webcomics venture Thrillbent featured information on the website's upcoming redesign and a look at a number of new titles in development.
Writer Mike Raicht spoke with CBR about his and artist Zach Howard's upcoming creator-owned post-apocalyptic sci-fi miniseries "Wild Blue Yonder," funded via Kickstarter and coming to print in May through IDW.
At the Las Vegas Comic Expo, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Jim McCann, Brian Buccellato and Mike Costa talked about their work on creator-owned comics and how they bring that work to a wide audience.
At his spotlight panel at the Las Vegas Comic Expo, Mike Mignola talked about his new series "Hellboy in Hell," potential upcoming movie projects, his creative process and more.
At MorrisonCon in Las Vegas, writer Robert Kirkman talked about all things "The Walking Dead," with contributions from "Chronicle" screenwriter (and fellow zombie aficionado) Max Landis.
At the Las Vegas Comic Expo, writers Scott Lobdell, Kyle Higgins, Brian Buccellato, Joshua Hale Fialkov and J.T. Krul discussed their work on DC's New 52 titles, crossovers and plans for a "Teen Titans" spinoff.
Renowned "Star Trek" writer/producer Brannon Braga spoke with CBR about his first "Star Trek" comics project, "Star Trek: TNG: Hive," as well as his future with the franchise.
CBR News spoke with writer/artist Vicki Scott about carrying on the legacy of Charles M. Schulz in the new Boom! Studios graphic novel "It's Tokyo, Charlie Brown!," debuting in November.