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Avatar's William Christensen and author Max Brooks discuss Alan Moore's new horror series, plenty from Garth Ennis and Justin Jordan's "Dark Gods."
Showrunner Carlton Cuse teased that in the third season of the A&E drama, "Norman most of all is struggling with which side of himself is going to prevail.”
Writer Gregg Hurwitz discussed his techniques, inspirations, background and research methods with comics legend Howard Chaykin in San Diego.
"X-Men: Days of Future Past" writer Simon Kinberg discusses bringing the time-travel epic to life and what's to come from "X-Men: Apocalypse."
Jim Steranko, writer/artist of "Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.," discussed his long career in comics, including an altercation with "Batman" co-creator Bob Kane.
The cast and producers of FX's "The Strain" discuss vampire lore, the differences between the novels and the show, and what to expect in the first season.
Marc Silvestri, Matt Hawkins and a panel of Top Cow creators teased new crowdfunding imprint "Top Cow Discover" and more.
The cast and creators of "Person of Interest" discussed its past and looked toward its future at the Comic-Con International 2014 panel.
The horror filmmaker was joined by Carlton Cuse, Chuck Hogan and the stars of the FX thriller to discuss their hunt for "biologically believable vampires."
Executive producers Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Len Wiseman and the cast and crew of Fox's "Sleepy Hollow" brought the pilot episode of the mystery-adventure of Comic-Con International.
During the "Wilfred" panel at Comic-Con International, stars Elijah Wood and Jason Gann joined the show's producers and cast in a discussion of their characters' evolutions, the future and the love lives of dogs.
"Battlestar Galactica" executive producer Ronald D. Moore, who returns to Syfy with Helix, led a discussion of the new series at Comic-Con International.
Screenwriters Zak Penn and Scott Murphy discussed the origins of their Avatar Press superhero comic "Hero Worship," and Penn described his experience working on Marvel's various movies.
Legendary artist Jim Steranko teases the reissue of "Red Tide" from Dark Horse Comics and stands firm on his claim that he invented the graphic novel.
Celebrating his 25th year as the President and Publisher of Slave Labor Graphics, Dan Vado hosted a panel Sunday at WonderCon to talk about his past and the future of SLG and comics on the web.