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The creators of DC/Vertigo's "American Vampire" took advantage of fans awaiting a subsequent panel at Comic-Con, sinking their teeth into a room full of new readers
The "Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts" filmmakers screened snippets of their upcoming documentary and introduced a spot-on Ellis puppet for Comic-Con attendees.
First Comics did not try to overdo the announcement of their reemergence at their Comic-Con International panel, instead focusing on producing quality material and allowing that work to be its own proclamation.
Indie comics publisher Fantagraphics Books commemorated 35 years in the business with two major archival reprint announcements at Comic-Con.
The heroes of FOX's "Human Target" series fielded questions and provided clues about what will happen to Christopher Chance in the upcoming season during their Comic-Con International panel.
The legendary Stan Lee once again held court with a room full of fans at Comic-Con International, exciting an audience with classic stories all the while frustrating panel moderator Todd McFarlane.
Comic-Con International special guest Dennis O'Neil took to the stage during a spotlight panel moderated by Wildstorm editor Scott Peterson focusing on the legendary talent's long lived career .
Dark Horse Comics brought terror to San Diego once again with the popular creators of the publisher's horror titles helming a Comic-Con panel featuring news, insights into their work and an audience Q&A session.
The popular Image partner took to the stage at Comic-Con to talk about his new Skybound imprint, the future of "Invincible" and much discussion about the highly anticipated "The Walking Dead" television series.
Dark Horse Comics and New Comic Company met with fans at Comic-Con to discuss the past, present, and future of the legendary "Creepy" and "Eerie" horror series. Sheer terror was handily distributed.
Terry Moore spoke on a variety of topics at his spotlight panel at Comic-Con, including movie plans for “Echo,” the “Strangers in Paradise” omnibus, and future plans for his creations.
USA Network's "Burn Notice" brought its creator, writers, and, most importantly, Bruce Campbell to Comic-Con International to discuss the show, answer questions and tease the audience with hints of things to come.
At Comic-Con International, J. Michael Straczynski talked "The Brave and the Bold," how his career has reached a high point with the creation of his own production company, and how he'd like to teach at a junior college someday.
IDW's panel covered the Reign of Starscream to All Hail Megatron to a robotic "killing Joke" homage as well as the new Japanese Transformer, Drift... plus, Cobra Commander is a badass once more.
CBR News was on the scene in Chicago this month to bust some stereotypes and discuss with conventioneers the phenomena of costumed fangirls, "booth babes" and more.
One of India's biggest comics superstars, Dheeraj Verma is known to Western audiences largely through his zombie comics at Avatar Press. CBR News spoke with the artist. UPDATED with new zombie artwork!
Matt Wagner gave a quarter-century's worth of working-in-comics knowledge to a packed meeting room at Wizard World Chicago, and CBR News was there to pick up all the tips.
Matt Wagner, Brian Azzarello and Bob Wayne met with fans Friday at Vertigo's From the Edge panel to announce a number of projects celebrating "Hellblazer's" 20th anniversary.