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Superstar creator Jim Lee held court in Baltimore, giving fans a "Wildcats" update, discussing his own personal "Die Hard 4," and... wait, did he say it would take 11 years to finish "All-Star Batman & Robin?"
Last Saturday afternoon's panel made up of Mike Wieringo's closest friends and colleagues shared with fans memories of the late artist and his work on "Fantastic Four," "The Flash" and more.
Sunday afternoon in Baltimore, DC broke the news on several new projects, including Sergio Aragones on "The Spirit," Billy Tucci on "Sgt. Rock, "Marv Wolfman on "Vigilante," plus Karaoke & more!
Image's panel at the Baltimore Comic-Con promised several new projects from Erik Larsen, a thinning of the herd in "The Walking Dead," a new "Invincible" spin-off miniseries and more.
Is Tony Stark a Skrull? Is Cap really dead? What's "Secret Invasion?" Will Bendis answer his phone on a Saturday morning? These questions and more were answered at Marvel's Baltimore Comicon panel. Updated
Saturday afternoon's DC Nation panel in Baltimore included word of Chuck Dixon on "Robin," Peter Tomasi on "Nightwing" and a whole slew of other news concerning upcoming storylines. Updated
The Fox Atomic team showed off the new company's slate of film tie-ins and original graphic novelsa at NYCC. More on "The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning" and "28 Days Later: The Aftermath" inside.
Actress Sarah Barrable-Tishauer ("Liberty Van Zandt"), writer J. Torres and artist Ramon Perez were present at NYCC to talk about the hot Canadian export's entry into the graphic novel field.
Who are those two masked men? Dan Didio contracts foot in mouth disease at DC's second panel of the convention. Insights on "52", "Countdown" and the future of the DC Universe all inside.
"Civil War" will continue to impact the Marvel Universe, as revealed today at the New York Comic Con. Come in to find out why everyone's buzzing about the plans!
Joe Quesada and Tom Brevoort stopped off at the Baltimore Comic-Con with hints of things to come. Covered at the panel was the status of "Ultimates" 3 and 4, Joss Whedon with post-"Astonishing X-Men" work, Quesada's most sought-after authors and much more.
DC's last panel on Saturday didn't bring much news, but plenty of chat (and odd alpaca references). The group discussed a possibly growing Superman family, Nightwing's second chance on life and the characters they'd want to see dead.
The DC Nation crew wrapped up their 2006 tour at the Baltimore Comicon Saturday, where not even a false fire alarm could wreck the party. Covered at the panel was Booster Gold's death, Palmiotti and Gray's new exclusivity deal and more.