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Superstar cover artists Frank Quitely, Adam Hughes, Bill Sienkiewicz, Francis Manapul, and Amy Reeder gave a packed Wondercon audience the inside scoop on what makes an attractive cover—and what doesn't.
Friends and colleagues gathered at WonderCon to pay tribute to the late Dwayne McDuffie, sharing memories and stories about the writer who influenced a generation of comics and animation fans.
Marvel returned to WonderCon with a Friday panel featuring Joe Quesada, Axel Alonso, Jason Aaron and more, telling stories and offering advice for aspiring creators to break into the business.
Superstar artist Frank Quitely charmed fans and answered questions ranging from the beginnings of his career, working with Grant Morrison, potential extras for the "We3" and "Flex Mentallo" collections and much more.
An excited crowd filled the WonderCon ballroom as the "GL: Emerald Knights" animated feature received its world premiere, and producer Bruce Timm revealed the next two titles in DC's lineup
“Starman,” “Superman” and "The Golden Age" writer James Robinson gave an audience a polite and rapid recap of his life, career, and characters, and some hints at the future, during his Saturday afternoon Wondercon panel.
Howard Chaykin and Dave Johnson kept an enthusiastic audience on their toes during a fast-paced overview of Johnson’s career as a cover artist, discussing technique, influences and more.
Sergio Aragones claims to be a poor speaker, but when his writing partner Mark Evanier is stranded in Los Angeles, he entertained with talk of Groo, Conan, Tarzan, and The Spirit.
"New Frontier" writer and artist Darwyn Cooke talks about "The New Frontier," "Batman," and his artistic influences at WonderCon.
Saturday's Jack Kirby panel at WonderCon proved that, although the King is dead, he still reigns for many of today's creators.
Sunday saw Wildstorm editor Scott Dunbier lay out details of upcoming releases from Wildstorm, including comments from Morrison & Lee on "Wildcats," Morrison's plans for "The Authority," Gail Simone on "Gen13" and much more.
For the third time in three days at WonderCon, DC Comics presented "Infinite Crisis" and "52" creators Grant Morrison, Greg Rucka, Mark Waid, Geoff Johns with Dan Didio and Steve Wacker on Sunday to prepare fans for what's to come in the DCU.
Saturday afternoon saw a packed auditorium welcome "Superman Returns" director Bryan Singer to WonderCon in San Francisco. Singer brought with him a special guest, Superman himself, Brandon Routh. We've got a full report from the panel.
In an attempt to get everyone in fandom up to speed on the upcoming changes in the DC Universe, Dan Didio, Greg Rucka, Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns, and Steve Wacker (editor of "52") took audience questions at WonderCon Friday evening.
Julian McMahon, the actor bringing Victor Von Doom to life in the upcoming "Fantastic Four" film, spoke about the role and it's challenges with fans at WonderCon in San Francisco Saturday afternoon.
During the "Cover Story" panel at WonderCon in San Francisco artists William Stout, Alex Ross, Neal Adams and Adam Hughes discussed the construction of a comics cover. Plus news bits such as Neal Adams making a possible return to Batman.