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It's been 25 years since "Supergirl" was released in theaters, and CBR News recently sat down down with actress Helen Slater and discussed her famous role, her upcoming co-writing gig on "Supergirl" #50, her turn on "Smallville" and more
Catching up after the newly-packed fall con season, CBR presents a look at the revamped Big Apple Comic-Con from Jill Pantozzi, who donned her Red Lantern costume once more.
"Astro Boy" and "Sorority Row" were just some of the offerings from Summit Entertainment but it was the cast of Twilight that fans camped outside for over a day to see.
BBC America hosted an extended panel at Comic-Con International, bringing one of its newest shows, “Being Human,” and it’s biggest hit, “Torchwood” to the stage for a panel of news and laughs.
The Nerdy Bird partied too hard her last night in San Diego and spent her last day at Comic-Con with the BBC. Miraculously, she’s made it out alive. Check out her final thoughts on her first ever CCI in her convention wrap-up!
Saturdays at comics conventions are notoriously busy. There’s almost no use walking the show floor, so The Nerdy Bird decided to take in some of the best panels all week: “Lost,” IDW and “Blackest Night!”
What has red eyes, a blue cat and vomits blood? Red Lantern Nerdy Bird at her second day of Comic-Con International! But has Dex-Star stolen her thunder?
She’s jealously listened to all her friends gush over this thing called Comic-Con International for years. Now that The Nerdy Bird is finally here, what does she think? More importantly, what did she see?
The Nerdy Bird returns to WWPhilly to provide CBR with a fan's-eye-view of the show, including the Archaia Press panel, some Palmiotti and Conner fun and, of course, a Cosplayers Photo Parade.
Jill Pantozzi, aka The Nerdy Bird, wraps up her coverage of this years New York Comic Con and shares some final thouhgts and photos from the con floor. Did she survive? More importantly, did everyone else?
Once again, Jill Pantozzi, aka The Nerdy Bird, traverses the New York Comic Con.On today's schedule are the "Torchwood," "Robot Chicken" and DC Universe panels. But can she do it...in costume?
What's the New York Comic Con like for the average fan? Follow Jill Pantozzi, aka The Nerdy Bird, as she makes her way through the crowded conference rooms and aisles, all in the name of geekdom.