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Fantagraphics has partnered with Disney to publish the complete Mickey Mouse comic strips by Floyd Gottfredson, the cartoonist renowned for his defining work on the character.
Marvel Comics released a gallery of Spider-Man themed artwork during the publisher's Spider-Man Panel at CCI featuring their upcoming projects ranging from "Amazing Spider-Man" to "Spider-Girl" and more.
With the Green Lantern film in production and a panel in San Diego to promote it, Warner Bros. also brought out the dead to get fans excited with the Harlow Designs created Abin Sur corpse on display at the WB booth.
Geoff Johns spoke with CBR TV for his Annual "Smallville" Moment, discussing the introduction of Blue Beetle and Booster Gold on the long-running hit series, DC's desire for a Blue Beetle series and more.
Peter David has revealed he's writing several episodes of "Young Justice," the Cartoon Network series based on the DC Comics title he worked on for nearly five years.
From the introduction of "The Avengers" cast to resurrection of CrossGen properties to confirmation of "The Rocketeer" anthology, Saturday at CCI was bubbling with news. What was your favorite?
In the wake of Universal Pictures presentation at CCI, the studio has released the first official image of Daniel Craig in "Cowboys & Aliens," Jon Favreau's adaptation of the Platinum Studios graphic novel.
In the moments before the eagerly anticipated Marvel movie panel at Comic-Con, the studio revealed a placeholder website and, much more importantly, the official logo for "The Avengers." The film opens on May 4, 2012.
Top Shelf Publishing announced "Incredible Change-Bots Two" at CCI and ROBOT 6 spoke with creator Jeffrey Brown about the return to his parody of '80s Transformers and Go-Bots action figures.
At Friday night’s panel, the cast and creator of BBC America’s "Being Human" discussed the origins and the appeal of the supernatural drama, the upcoming U.S. remake, and the darker tone of the season two.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee spoke with CBR TV about his Wonder Woman costume revamp, public reaction to the new look, DC's digital initiative, what it means for printed comics, DCU Online and more.
WB Games, DC Entertainment and Sony Entertainment Online have released a five-minute short film for its hotly anticipated massively multiplayer online role-playing game "DC Universe Online."
Today at Comic-Con, director Kenneth Branaugh officially unveiled the Destroyer from Marvel's "Thor." It's unknown what part the enchanted suit of armor, crafted as a weapon by Odin, will play in the upcoming movie.
Joe Quesada drops by for a special CBR TV edition of Cup O' Joe, discussing Marvel's big CrossGen related announcement, teasing the company's plans and revealing a very different side of himself...
The creators of this year's Eisner Award winning "Chew," Jonathan Layman and Rob Guillory, discuss the title, walking the line between disgusting and entertaining, the potential Hollywood adaptation and much more.
Comic-Con continued Friday with another wave of announcements, from Morrison and Paquette's "Batman Inc." to confirmation that Jeremy Renner will play Hawkeye in "The Avengers." Which one was your favorite?
Ahead of today’s big Warner Bros. presentation at SDCC, the studio has released the official logo for the "Green Lantern" movie, a modified version of the one seen in last month's licensing announcements
Announced during last night's Eisner Awards by Denis Kitchen, Will Eisner's "A Contract With God" is set to receive the full Hollywood treatment having been optioned for a feature film.
"The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" and J.H. Williams III were among the multiple award winners in the 22nd annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, presented Friday night in conjunction with Comic-Con International.
CBR TV was visited by the writing team of Craig Kyle and Chris Yost who discussed their writing partnership, their philosophy on killing characters in "X-Force," the future of comics and much more.