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The legendary Bat-team of Denny O'Neil and Neal Adams took the Comic-Con stage to discuss their 70s Batman revamp joined by moderator Mark Evanier and former "Batman" and "Detective" editor Paul Levitz.
Longtime "Legion" writer and former president and publisher of DC Comics Paul Levitz recounted stories from his long career with the company Friday at Comic-Con in a spotlight session moderated by Geoff Johns.
The legendary X-Men writer held court over a sprawling Q&A session at Comic-Con that ranged from his earliest days at Marvel to his latest issues of "X-Men Forever." CBR was there to get you the details.
The longtime leader of DC Comics, Jeanette Kahn was honored for her contributions to the industry with an Inkpot Award during the show as well as a Spotlight Panel moderated by her DC co-worker, Paul Levitz.
Gene Colan was late to his own Spotlight, but a gathering of 1970s talent (including Marv Wolfman, Doug Moench and others) were happy to sing the legend’s praises — and discuss comics of their own.
Legendary comics writer Marv Wolfman hosted a writing seminar at Comic-Con International in San Diego, with much of the time being spent on family, conflict and the “New Teen Titans.” CBR was there.
Legendary underground publisher Denis Kitchen took the stage at Comic-Con International Saturday, looking back on his 40-plus-year career as a cartoonist, entrepreneur, comics historian and champion of artists’ liberties.
Publisher John Morrow and guests announced a slew of future projects, including the “American Comic Book Chronicles,” a multi-volume history series the company plans to debut next year.
“E-Man” co-creator Nicola Cuti, a longtime veteran of comics, animation and film, was surprised with Comic-Con International’s Inkpot Award for career achievement prior to his Spotlight panel on Thursday.