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Geof Darrow spent some time candidly sharing stories from his long career in the comic and film industry, focusing on his friendships with the recently deceased Moebius and fellow comics legend Frank Miller.
A rowdy crowd in San Diego enjoyed stories from behind the scenes of the hit Image Comics series "Chew" by writer John Layman and artist Rob Guillory at Comic-Con International.
A group of Marvel Comics' leading ladies including creators, editors and staffers held a special panel at Comic-Con International to discuss the role of women in the comic industry.
After 20 years, writer/artist Roman Dirge is still going strong with everyone's favorite undead little girl, "Lenore," and the creator addressed his fans at Comic-Con International.
Eccentric cartoonist Roman Dirge talked to his devoted followers at Comic-Con about his new art book "Taxidermied," his ongoing series "Lenore" and some very big movie news.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee used his DC Focus panel at Comic-Con to tease "Justice League" some more and confirm he isn't quite done with "All-Star Batman" just yet.
During his spotlight panel at Comic-Con, "Lenore" creator Roman Dirge announced a planned film adaptation of the dead girl's comics with Neil Gaiman producing.
Disney Publishing held a panel at New York Comic Con to discuss the difficulties and rewards of adapting beloved franchises such as "Tron" and the "Percy Jackson" series into comics and graphic novels.
IDW takes some time at NYCC to discuss their Hasbro licensed titles, answer questions about the future of books like "Transformers" and "G.I. Joe" and address fan reaction to “Infestation."
DC Comics artists Jim Lee, Francis Manapul, David Finch and Tony Daniel showed off their talent and answered questions during a special NYCC panel that allowed the audience to watch every step in the artistic process.
Marvel treated fans to a slew of footage from their upcoming games slate featuring Captain America, Thor and the X-Men at their video game centric panel. Also, George Takei as Galactus.
Disney Publishing showed off their upcoming graphic novels based on "Tron," "Pirates of the Caribbean" and Mickey Mouse, plus motion comic adaptations of Roger Langridge and BOOM! Studios' "Muppet Show" comics.
Archaia hosted one of NYCC's craziest panels in a session which featured action figures, big announcements about their Black Label line and a brief lesson about how much trouble two men and one goat can cause.
Finally, it's an anniversary issue with more story, not more reprints! And it works well, too!