Comic-Con Trailers: The Best of the Best, Ranked
I’m a writer-filmmaker who has lived an ordinary/extraordinary life. Born and bred in Seattle, I moved to Los Angeles after college to do the film “thing.” I interned for a number of production companies, sweated things out as an assistant to Oliver Stone, had some fun at Disney Studios, and got a Masters in Film from USC. Now I’m back in Seattle, working at the University of Washington by day, crafting my plans to take over the world by night.
I’ve got a wife who I adore (even if she doesn’t quite “get” comics) and two terrific kids (we watch “Brave and the Bold” together and they love the “Tiny Titans”). My passion for comics started at a young age, and although my enthusiasm for the industry ebbs and flows, my feelings for the art form and its heroes never change. I’ve got some big ideas about the next few years of my life, and I can’t wait to see what happens next…
FIRST COMIC: "New Teen Titans" #20
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Robin (Dick Grayson)
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The writer/artist's latest Image/Shadowline series brings Mad Max-like energy to a strange world on the brink of ecological disaster.
Writer Doug Wagner discusses his upcoming "ICE: Critical Mass" series from 12-Gauge, based on the real-life Immigration & Customs Enforcement agency.
Writer/artist Stjepan Sejic successfully breaks through writer's block with leather, whips, and chains in Top Cow's upcoming "Sunstone."
From “Tales of Honor” to a new take on “Aphrodite IX” and beyond, Matt Hawkins expands Top Cow with his writing and their talent hunt.
Brennan Lee Mulligan & Molly Ostertag discuss their webcomic "Strong Female Protagonist" and the importance of giving voice to characters.
Writer John Arcudi mashes monsters, skinheads, and a scarecrow warrior together in his new ongoing series from Image Comics. Plus, undead kitties!
The Image Comics co-founder explains how Jack Kirby can be involved in the landmark issue, and reveals that #199 will consist entirely of 2-page spreads.
"Agents of SHIELD" actor J. August Richards discussed his role on the Marvel Television series, his introduction to acting professionally & more.
The Doctor's fan-favorite companion discussed her time on "Who" and her upcoming roles in "Oculus" and "Guardians of the Galaxy."
Lion Forge mines '80s nostalgia to bring "Saved by the Bell," "Punky Brewster" to comics, plus a "Knight Rider vs. Airwolf" comic written by Adam Warren.
The fan-favorite actress discusses her past, present and future at the Emerald City Comicon, and revealed her biggest acting challenge – hair.
The creators and stars of ABC's "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland" screened the pilot episode at Comic-Con International and revealed how the season-long story will be "all killer, no filler."
Southern Gothic drama "The Heart, She Holler" returns in September to Adult Swim, with the producers and stars at Comic-Con promising scenes that will make make David Cronenberg cry.
At Comic-Con International, the minds behind the found-footage film "Europa Report" discussed using current science to guide their exploration of the possibility of life on other planets.
For its "Fan Favorites" panel, TV Guide brought together stars from the most popular, and anticipated, series on television, from Clark Gregg and Tyler Hoechlin to Emily Bett Rickards and Danai Gurira.
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of "The Simpsons," creator Matt Groening and executive producer Al Jean announced a "Futurama" crossover, and revealed Gullermo del Toro's opening for this year's "Treehouse of Horror."
The creator and stars of "Almost Human" appeared at Comic-Con International to screen the pilot of Fox's new sci-fi crime drama, which attempts to answer the question of what it means to be human.
"The Amazing Spider-Man 2" director Marc Webb discussed Electro's power set in the upcoming sequel, and they might not be exactly what comic fans are expecting.
CBR News spent some time with Ryan North and Aaron Diaz at ECCC in order to find out the secret of running a six-figure Kickstarter campaign. It turns out the answer is dinosaurs!
At this year's Emerald City Comic Con, "Batman/Superman" artist Jae Lee reflects on his winding career path in comics and describes how a spilled bottle of ink got him his first job.