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Steve Niles announces "Criminal Macabre: Final Night - The 30 Days of Night Crossover," promising that when vampires wage war on humanity, one of his signature series "will be destroyed."
Bryan Talbot spoke with CBR about his and artist Mark Stafford's upcoming "Cherubs!" graphic novel which sees release in October from Dark Horse, from its underground comics influences to its streak of absurdist humor.
Brian Wood delves into "The Massive" #1, bringing commentary on crafting the story, the research involved in bringing about the end of the world and teases later events of the series.
Victor Gischler spoke with CBR about writing for Buffy's other vampire with a soul Spike and what fans of the Buffyverse can expect from the series. Plus, an exclusive look at artist Paul Lee's pages from issue #1.
John Arcudi and Mike Mignola discuss "B.P.R.D. - Hell On Earth: The Return Of The Master," artist Tyler Crooks' stepping into Guy Davis' shoes and Cameron Stewart's upcoming "Hell On Earth: Exorcism" one-shot.
Robert Kirkman headlined a panel featuring Skybound creators discussing the direction of the imprint and what to expect from current and upcoming projects. Plus, "The Walking Dead for Kids!"
Crime comics heavyweights Ed Brubaker and Greg Rucka discuss the history and current state of genre writing in comic books with scholar Benjamin Saunders at Emerald City Comicon.
"Batgirl" writer Gail Simone engaged fans in an hour-long question and answer session about DC's New 52, the need for diversity in comic books, and hinting at some future projects.
Writer Rick Remender announced an upcoming "Fear Agent" omnibus at Emerald City Comicon, and also dished with fans on his early career, the ethical repercussions of death, and the future of "Uncanny X-Force" and "Venom."
Oni Press Marketing Director Cory Casoni hosted a late night talk show-style panel at Emerald City Comicon, with special guests Bryan Lee O'Malley, Joëlle Jones, and "Tiny Kitten Teeth" creators Becky & Frank .
Marvel reprised its popular "Breaking into Comics" panel at Emerald City Comicon, with Kelly Sue DeConnick, Chris Yost, Phil Noto, Ramon Perez, Adi Granov and CB Cebulski offering advice for aspiring writers and artists.