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Robert Downey Jr., Don Cheadle, Shane Black and Kevin Feige spoke with the press about "Iron Man 3," discussing the film's role in Marvel Studios' overall plan, the ever-evolving armor, unauthorized set photos and more.
"The Incredibles" meets "Modern Family" as ABC premieres its new show "No Ordinary Family" at Comic-Con followed by a Question and Answer session with star Michael Chiklis and others.
Comic-Con International featured the worldwide introduction of NBC's new superhero-themed show "The Cape" during a panel featuring the series' cast and moderated by CBR's own Jonah Weiland.
Red 5 Comics' "We Kill Monsters" concluded this month and CBR News spoke with the title's creators, TV screenwriters turned comic scribes Laura Harkom and Christopher Leone, about the comic's origins and its future.
Comic book newcomer Andi Ewington digs into the details of his Com.X tale of 45 superheroes as drawn by 45 artists, from Sean Phillips to Jock, and tells CBR News how the story affects the world of an unborn child.
At the Archaia hosted panel in Long Beach, the publisher and LongBox provide some details and hints concerning big announcements fans can look forward to from digital comic book distribution side of the industry.
Archaia's panel at the Long Beach Comic-Con was an eventful one, full of news about "Mouse Guard," "Fraggle Rock," the company's new partnership with Before the Door Pictures, their Kindle graphic novel, "Tumor," and more
The British comic company took to the stage in Long Beach and candidly discussed what went wrong with the company in the past, what's going right now, four new titles for 2010, and bringing "Cla$$war" to the big screen.
Writers from television, film and comics gathered at the Long Beach Comic Con to talk about the difficulties and differences between writing for various mediums, transitioning from one to another, and more.
Berkeley Breathed makes his first comic convention appearance ever with a special presentation where the author/artist shared with the audience the source of his inspiration for ideas and hinted at future projects.
At Disney's D23 Expo, "Tron Legacy" producer Sean Bailey revealed some behind-the-scenes information, exclusive slide shots, and some tantalizing plot points and mythology to be seen in the sequel to the 1982 classic.
Disney President and CEO Bob Iger met with fans at the first D23 Expo to discuss plans to use Disney's global resources to extend and increase the popularity of the Marvel brand and characters.
It’s "The Cleveland Show!" Spun from the depths of "Family Guy," it’s already got a second season approved before the first has seen the light of day. But we’ve got the scoop on exclusive Comic-Con previews.
Comic-Con's "Family Guy" panel brought news of abortion episode too hot for TV, voice actors who really love each other, and a sneak peak and the upcoming "Empire Strikes Back" parody episode: “Something, Something Dark Side.”
From surprise guests to exclusive previews, the "Battlestar Galactica" crew delivered at Comic-Con with "Caprica" and "The Plan." CBR was there to hear what Ronald D. Moore and Edward James Olmos had to say.
With the voice-over acting crew conspicuously missing due to contract negotiations with FOX, the writing crew of "Futurama" held down the fort at Comic-Con with spoilers and speculation.
The Simpsons are back for a 21th season, and this year's Comic-Con panel reveals spoilers, celebrity guest voices, and a surprise even the panel members didn’t expect! CBR was there to get the details.
The Emmy winning team returns with Season eight of Keifer Sutherland's action hit "24," and appearance two at Comic-Con, complete with returning stars and newly added cast members Katee Sackhoff and Anil Kapoor.
The newly branded SyFy channel introduces the continuation of the fifteen-season-long string of Stargate shows with their newest and most morally ambiguous creation, "Stargate Universe."
Terrorist aliens, fighting priests, crime scene investigations, and a mysterious sleeper cell all figure into the re-imagining of the groundbreaking "V" miniseries, 25 years after the original freaked kids out worldwide.