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Writer Brian K. Vaughan announced today that he and co-creator Adrian Alphona will be leaving "Runaways," but their exit doesn't mean the end of the hit series.
Remember that kid reading the pirate comic at the newsstand in "Watchmen?" Ever want to read that comic, too? We spoke with the fan who went ahead and did the work.
This September, Joe Casey & Charlie Adlard bring you the tale of one man slowly turning to stone and how it affects himself and those around him. We sat down with both creators to discuss AiT/Planet Lar's "Rock Bottom."
The "Fables" panel Sunday at Comic-Con International was filled with surprises, including news that you, the fan, can be directly involved in a future issue.
Oni Press announced their upcoming plans Saturday, including a comic book adaptation of Stephen Colbert's Tek Janson.
Like any good superhero meeting, Todd McFarlane and Robert Kirkman met today, sparred and then reached an agreement. So what was it all about? Find out with our blow by blow account.
Friday saw Deepak Chopra & Grant Morrison discuss the Seven Spiritual Laws Of Superheroes. The what?
Mike Mignola gave fans a look at the upcoming "Hellboy" animated series debuting on both Cartoon Network and DVD. We've got a report from the Comic-Con panel.
If you've ever wished superheroes were real, well...they sort of are. At Comic-Con International Friday, Stan Lee talked "Who Wants To Be A Superhero?" and potential sequels.
It's "CSI: Harry Potter" when Rosario "Sin City" Dawson stars and co-plots "Occult Crimes Taskforce." The first issue is in stores now and Dawson discussed the book at CCI today.
Earlier this month, CBR News brought you one of the first mini-reviews published of "Superman Returns." Less than a week from opening day, we now take a detailed, analytical look at the film and examine its place in Superman's mythology, history, and relationship with our world in the CBR review of "Superman Returns."
When the feature film "MirrorMask" opens in theaters on September 30th, the public at large will get a chance to peak into the minds of two beloved comic creators-- Neil Gaiman & Dave McKean. CBR News sat down with both creators to talk about the making of the film and its inspirations. Updated
Set to hit theaters next month from the Jim Henson Company, comic greats Dave McKean & Neil Gaiman bring their unique vision to the silver screen in "Mirromask" and we've got an early review for you.
DC Comics announced a flurry of new projects Saturday at Comic-Con International in San Diego, including "The Death of Magic," by Bill Willingham, "Absolute Crisis on Infinite Earths," a new "Sgt. Rock" miniseries by Joe Kubert, Mark Waid on "The Brave & the Bold," "Superman Chronicles," Jeph Loeb's and Darwyn Cooke's "The Spirit/Batman" and Cooke's new "Spirit" series, plus news that Mark Waid has signed exclusively with DC. Updated with images.
WildStorm creators and editors look ahead to the next nine months of projects at a panel Saturday at Comic-Con International in San Diego. Updated with images.
DC unveiled their plans for the next year in the mature readers imprint Vertigo with a panel of no less than 20 attendees, including VP/Executive Director Karne Berger, Jill Thompson, Brian K. Vaughn, Brian Wood, Bill Willingham and writer/director Darren Aronofsky.
DC Comics kicked off their weekend at Comic-Con International with "Batman: Year of the Bat," featuring Bob Schreck, Bill Willingham, Greg Rucka, Joey Cavilleri and Jim Lee.
Writer Grant Morrison held court at Meltdown Comics in Hollywood, California Thursday night and we've got the highlights and pictures from the event, plus the answer to the question "In the inevitable kaos war between you and Alan Moore, who do you think's gonna come out on top?"