Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
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The founders of Milestone Media came to Comic-Con International to discuss the history behind their company and the importance of creating comic books for people of color.
From the introduction of the Predacons to Bumblebee finally finding his voice, "Transformers Prime" fans were treated to all kinds of surprises and news about the future of their favorite cartoon at SDCC.
Superstar comic book artist Adam Hughes received the spotlight treatment at Comic-Con and reflected on his time in the industry and what it was like to draw Dr. Manhattan in "Before Watchmen."
IDW and Hasbro's panel at CCI 2012 covered everything from "Transformers" to "G.I. Joe" with a very special announcement of an upcoming "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic" series.
New toys took the stage during the Transformers Brand panel at CCI 2012 as Hasbro revealed upcoming releases, exclusives and video game details for the Robots in Disguise.
The Image Comics founders united for a panel at Comic-Con International to look at the creator-owned publishing company's impact on the industry and where they're headed in the future.
James Robinson discussed everything "Earth 2" with the audience at his Comic-Con International spotlight panel, teased his upcoming Image Comics title and received an Ink Pot Award.
BOOM! Studios blew the roof off of Comic-Con International with a series of announcements including a new book from "Adventure Time" creator Pendleton Ward and much more.
"Hellboy" creator Mike Mignola, Dark Horse editor Scott Allie and artists Cameron Stewart and Tyler Crook came to Comic-Con to answer fan questions about the future of the Hellboy Universe.
During his Comic-Con panel, writer/artist Jeff Lemire proved why he's the busiest man in comics by discussing his new "Animal Man" & "Frankenstein" series for DC Comics in addition to Vertigo's "Sweet Tooth"
Indie comics creators such as Jhonen Vasquez& Jeffrey Brown look back at their outlandish stories for Marvel's "Strange Tales II" collection
"Watchmen" co-creator Dave Gibbons utilized the alphabet and his personal little black book to tell stories about his adventures as a comic book artist.
The Archie Comics panel at Comic-Con revealed big plans for the print and digital realms, as well as new projects for Kevin Keller, KISS and...Dilton Doiley?
Kurt Busiek arrived at his Comic-Con International panel to find an Inkpot Award awaiting him and to discuss the "Astro City" film alongside series artist Brent Anderson in a panel moderated by Scott McCloud.
Viz Media, the minds responsible for bringing "Naruto" and "Bleach" to the United States came to Comic-Con International on Saturday to discuss all things new and upcoming for "Shonen Jump."
Dynamite Publisher Nick Barrucci and editor Joseph Rybandt held court at the San Diego Convention Center to discuss titles new and old as well as the future of Dynamite Entertainment.
Aspen Comics came to Comic-Con International in San Diego last Friday to give fans a look into the future of the company and the new properties it will have to offer in the coming year. CBR was there.