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Man of Action members Steven Seagle, Duncan Rouleau and Joe Casey were on hand last Saturday to talk about "Ben 10," "Generator Rex," comic books and more during their panel at the Long Beach Comic Con
At Saturday’s DC Nation panel, held during the Long Beach Comic Con, DC made two announcements with Didio & Tan on “The Outsiders” and an expanded “The Flash” title with Johns, Manapul & Kollins.
Joe Hill and IDW Publishing's Chris Ryall met with fans at Comic-Con International to discuss his new "Locke and Key" series, his feelings about the Eisner Awards, and his slate of upcoming projects.
Hasbro and the designers of the "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra" video game met with fans at Comic-Con International to talk about new toys, new games, and the future of the beloved franchise.
The talent behind Marvel and Disney XD's hit animated series met with fans at Comic-Con to talk characters, action, and how viewers can help get "The Spectacular Spider-Man" renewed for a third season.
J. Michael Straczynski hosted a writing seminar during Comic-Con International, answering questions and dispensing advice to a packed room full of aspiring comic book and screenplay writers.
Creators Nick Spencer and Ron Salas talk to CBR News about "Existence 2.0," their new sci-fi/action Image Comics miniseries about a man who transfers his consciousness into the body of the hitman hired to kill him.
Webmaster Tim Simmons talks to CBR about The Comicbook Script Archive, a website designed to showcase the art of comics writing and featuring work by Ellis, Fraction, Bendis and more.
Series creator and executive producer Josh Friedman joined stars Summer Glau and Shirley Manson at WonderCon to preview new episodes and answer fan questions about "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles."
Venerable cartoonist Stan Sakai met with fans at San Francisco's WonderCon to discuss 25 years of his rabbit samurai, Usagi Yojimbo, including the hero's origins, his dealings with the TMNT, animation and film and much more.
The two critically-acclaimed writers met in San Francisco at WonderCon Saturday afternoon to talk about genre, literature pitching the "Fantastic Four" movie and taking your toys out of their boxes.
Fans of "Spectacular Spider-Man" were treated to scenes from the upcoming second season of the hit cartoon, as well as news about the introduction of new characters and developments in the life of the animated Spidey.
Aspen Comics staffers Frank Mastromauro, Vince Hernandez, J.T. Krul, David Wohl, Ale Garza, Mark Roslan and Joe Benitez met with fans in San Francisco on Friday to discuss the publisher's latest projects.
With his top-selling "New Ways To Die" storyline concluding this week, Dan Slott tells CBR what he loves so much about writing Marvel's "Amazing Spider-Man," and why it's the hardest he's ever worked.
Though he can't reveal the team's post-Secret Invasion roster, writer Dan Slott tells CBR News what he can about his and artist Khoi Pham's eagerly anticipated run on Marvel's "Mighty Avengers."
Influential comics creator Howard Chaykin hosted a panel in Baltimore spotlighting the venerable Adam Hughes. The pair discussed with fans their respective styles, careers, and what to expect in "All Star Wonder Woman."
Robert Kirkman, Richard Starkings, Erik Larsen and Jimmy Palmiotti took the stage in Baltimore to share with fans upcoming Image developments, including Kirkman going monthly and Darwyn Cooke on "Madman."
This weekend saw the presentation of the 2008 Harvey Awards, hosted by Kyle Baker and kicked off with keynote speaker Brian Bendis. Brian K. Vaughan, Darwyn Cooke and "All Star Superman" took the top honors. Updated
At the Cup of Bendis panel at Baltimore Comic-Con Saturday morning, a number of announcements came down including Slott on “Mighty Avengers,” Spider-Woman series finally scheduled and more.
If you were unimpressed by Friday night's debate, the one between Robert Kirkman and Brian Bendis about creator-owned work held today at Baltimore Comic-Con won't disappoint. We've got all the details.