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Known for his innovative and sometimes controversial work for Marvel comics on titles such as "Captain America" and "Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.," Jim Steranko recalled key moments from his career in comics and stage magic at Big Apple Comic-Con.
Superstar writer, Chris Claremont, shared his career experiences with a room full of fans in Baltimore, including his latest gig on Marvel's "X-Men Forever," movie adaptations, modern storytelling techniques, and more.
"Wednesday Comics" editor, Mark Chiarello, gathered a panel of the experimental series' contributors to discuss and answer questions about format, collaboration and the potential sequel to the newsprint hit of 2009.
ComiXology's David Steinberger hosted a panel on digital comics featuring Top Cow's Filip Sablik, "Elephantmen" creator Richard Starkings, Michael DeVito of Th3rd World, and "High Moon's" David Gallaher sharing their experiences.
At last weekend's Chicago Comic-Con, James O'Barr, creator of "The Crow," discussed the tragedies that shaped his work and his perspective of success in Hollywood as well as his upcoming work in comics, and CBR was there.
The creative team behind Marvel's "X-Force" -- Craig Kyle, Christopher Yost and Mike Choi -- shared with Chicago fans their experiences on the title as well as offer advice on breaking into comics and animation.
Emma Caulfield reflects on her career as Anya on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" with co-stars Camden Toy and Doug Jones and talks her new Web comic "Contropussy."
At Comic-Con, "Robot Chicken" creators including Seth Green and Breckin Mayer teased the show's upcoming season along with a sneak peek at this fall's robot parody "Titan Maximum."
At its Comic-Con panel, Aspen reviewed its current roster plus new titles, provided a "Fathom" film update courtesy of screenwriter Jordan Mecher, and shared "Soulfire" and "Scourge" movie announcements.
Last week at Comic-Con International in San Diego, IDW Publishing showcased its Angel universe, including the crossover with Peter David's "Fallen Angel" and and the announcement of Bill Willingham as the new "Angel" writer.
Devil's Due Publishing's Comic-Con panel shared what's new for 2009 and beyond from the launch of hip hop artist Murs' "Merch Girl" to rumblings of cinematic Sheena news and "Hack/Slash" turning 25.
Marvel Animation provided updates on Nicktoons super hero series plus previews (included here!) of the Madhouse Studios and Warren Ellis superhero anime projects coming in 2010 and beyond.
Fábio Moon discussed his career in comics and frequent collaboration with attending brother and fellow illustrator Gabriel Bá before previewing the duo's upcoming "Daytripper" limited series from Vertigo.
Jeff Webber, Director of ePublishing at IDW, talks to CBR about the future of the electronic comics and what it means for readers, publishers and the medium itself.
Vertigo unveiled at New York Comic Con its new line of crime-themed graphic novels by creators including Brian Azzarello, Peter Milligan, Christos Gage and more. Find out why digest sized comics aren't just for kids anymore.
There's a new Black Panther in town and on TV. Marvel Comics and BP writer Reggie Hudlin talked comics, previewed the upcoming Panther animated series and gifted fans with a New York Comic Con exclusive.
Hasbro's heavy hitters were the focus of IDW's panel, which included longtime "Joe" scribe Larry Hama and announcements regarding this summer's "Transformers" and "Joe" movie tie-ins.
With the help of a Hawaiian greeting, the folks at Aspen Comics woke a sleepy New York Comic Con Sunday morning crowd, with new news and teases of projects announced for 2009 and beyond.
Between offbeat anecdotes and fantasy comic picks, Disney previews its range of comics properties on the way from Gemstone, BOOM! Studios, Slave Labor Graphics and Hyperion Publishing.
During the NYCC Zuda Comics panel, DC's online imprint shared with their audience insider stories and various plans for 2009 with the help of its assembled creative roster, "flaming" text, an impromptu sketch and their mate from down under.