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Thousands attended the "Smallville" panel at CCI whcih revealed new details about the fourth season of the program. The panel was attended by producers and actors from the program.
New Line Cinema provided fans with a look at and panel discussion of the upcoming film "Blade: Trinity" as well as a sneak peak at the directors cut to the upcoming "Return of the King" DVD.
TOKYOPOP laid out their publishing plans for the rest of 2004 and in to 2005, plus honors the winners of the Rising Stars of Manga contest and much more.
A collection of DC writers fielded questions from the audience about writing in the industry. Howard Chaykin, Andy Diggle, Paul Jenkins and others joined the panel.
Judd Winick named permanent writer on "Batman," Matt Wagner does "Dark Moon Rising," and the Batman team reveals "Batman: War Games" details at a panel during CCI.
Executive producer Al Gough and Miles Millar, along with Mark Verheiden, Jeph Loeb and special guests Allison mack and Sam Jones III entertained audiences at the 'Smallville' pane at CCI.
'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' creator Joss Whedon talked about the current status of his various TV and film deals, plus updates on comics you'll be seeing from the author soon including a comic series based on Faith.
The state of the various Batman titles was discussed during a panel at CCI in San Diego with a look at what's coming next from the various Bat-teams.
CrossGen announces the return of artist Mike Ploog to comics, who'll be joining J.M. DeMatteis on 'Abadazab.' Plus, upcoming title plans and creator movements on the entire CrossGen line.