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Artist James Silvani and former editor Aaron Sparrow spoke with CBR News, reflecting on the beginning and end of the BOOM! Studios-published "Darkwing Duck" comic.
While the panel started off with some confusion and an early exit by Stan Lee, MTV's new webcomics creators charmed the audience with their plans for the upcoming "The Seekers."
Brian Azzarello discusses about his and Cliff Chiang's horror-based take on DC Comics' most famous female hero, his plans for Wonder Woman's supporting cast, the status of the George Perez origin and much more.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio spoke frankly with CBR News about the DC Relaunch, tackling topics from Wonder Woman's most recent reboot to the online controversy over Jim Lee's costume designs and more.
"X-Men Schism" architect Jason Aaron gave hints at the state of the X-Universe in the wake of his event miniseries, as Axel ALonso, C.B. Cebulski and more discussed Regenesis with Fan Expo attendees.
At Fan Expo in Toronto, the creators and editors behind DC Comics' "Flashpoint" event discussed laying the groundwork for the upcoming DC relaunch -- and revealed a "new" Canadian hero
During the New 52 panel at Fan Expo, DC Comics creators discussed the ins and outs of their new series, announced the return of the JSA and explained the new DC Universe timeline.
Writer Matt Fraction discussed the origins of the death of Bucky and where the Marvel Universe's heroes turn post-"Fear Itself" and Fred Van Lente spoke about future plans for Alpha Flight.
Acclaimed cartoonist Chester Brown spoke with CBR News about his latest graphic novel, "Paying For It," which explores his experiences as a john in the world of prostitution.
With “Captain America: The First Avenger” now in theaters, CBR News tracked down Albert Pyun, director of the ill-fated “Captain America” film released on video in the early ‘90s
Artist J. Bone teams with former "Wonder Woman" writer Denny O'Neil to craft a throwback tale for DC Comics' "DC Retroactive: Wonder Woman - The '70s"
Before TV's current General Zod Callum Blue commanded Tom Welling's Clark Kent to "Kneel," the producers of "Smallville" had plans for a surprising Doomsday crossover, as actor Sam Witwer tells CBR.