5 All-New, All-Different Marvel Titles We're Most Excited to Read
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Dave Gibbons, Paul Levitz, Mark Waid and more joined Joe Simon's son Jim and granddaughter Emily at New York Comic Con to pay tribute to the recently departed comic book legend.
Dynamite Entertainment made a big splash at New York Comic Con announcing new projects from top creators like Rick Remender, Tim Seeley, Joshua Hale Fialkov, Andy Lanning and more.
BOOM! Studios EIC Matt Gagnon welcomed Bryce Carlson, Filip Sablik and "Supurbia" writer Grace Randolph to New York Comic Con to discuss new projects including more "Adventure Time."
At New York Comic Con, actor Bill Paxton, writer John McLaughlin and producer Michael Uslan spoke about "Seven Holes For Air," a digital spaghetti western graphic novel about a working class man faced with morality issues.
Fred Van Lente, Justin Jordan and Joshua Dysart shared their excitement for the future of Valiant during their NYCC panel, announcing upcoming story arcs, revealing new art and announcing the return of Quantum and Woody.
A panel of seasoned pros involved in DC Comics' New 52 initiative spoke with fans in Baltimore about what to expect - and not to expect - from the fast-approaching relaunches, from Batman to Jonah Hex and more.
Marvel treated fans to a sneak preview of the upcoming Avengers animated series "Earth's Mightiest Heroes" during NYCC, debuting the series first two episodes in their entirety to an appreciative audience.
DC Comics Co-publisher Jim Lee was the focus of a special NYCC spotlight panel on Saturday where the creator discussed his work and career, offered advice and presented his new book "ICONS" to attending fans.
DC animation executive producer Bruce Timm and "Superman/Shazam" writer Michael Jelenic shared clips and answered questions at NYCC, giving fans a first glimpse of the upcoming "All Star Superman" film.
Superstar creator and Image Comics founder Todd McFarlane discussed his career and his future at Baltimore Comic-Con, including his work on Marvel's Spider-Man. We've also got a preview of "Haunt" #9!
Marvel Executive Editor Tom Brevoort and ace writers Jonathan Hickman and Jeff Parker sat down with fans to talk Fantastic Four, Hulk, Thunderbolts, and death at the Baltimore Comic-Con.
A pantheon of Marvel talent assembled in Philladelphia for Sunday’s Mondo Marvel panel, announcing new projects featuring Timely heroes, Marvel’s cosmic heroes and the Marvel Zombies, plus Jimenez on "Astonishing X-Men.".
Marvel writers Dan Slott, Fred Van Lente & Greg Pak and editors gathered Saturday at Wizard World Philadelphia with the latest revelations on Norman Osborn’s plans
Spider-scribes Dan Slott, Joe Kelly & Fred van Lente answered questions and unveiled upcoming stories at the “Amazing Spider-Man” panel at Wizard World Philadelphia Friday. “It’s gonna be huge!” said Slott.
Created by Jeremy Love and published by Zuda Comics, "Bayou" virtually swept last week's Glyph Awards, recognizing the best in comics made by, for and about people of color.
Classic Sgt. Fury artist Dick Ayers met with Russ Heath and new "Sgt. Rock and the Lost Battalion" creators Billy Tucci and Mark Sparacio at The National con to discuss the art and history of war comics.
John Romita Sr., Roy Thomas, Rick Buckler and Joe Sinnott, survivors of the legendary Marvel bullpen, met at The National convention in New York last weekend to share memories and Stan Lee stories.
Dan Slott, Brian Bendis, C.B. Cebulski and Tom Brevoort welcomed fans in Baltimore to discuss anything and everything Marvel, inviting attendees to share their thoughts on crossovers, continuity and much more.
Billy Tucci brought along members of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team to his panel Saturday morning to paint a picture of what World War II was like, which he’ll be depicting in “Sgt. Rock — The Lost Batallion.”
At today’s DC National Panel at the Baltimore Comic-Con, Dan DiDio brought Jimmy Palmiotti, Sterling Gates, James Robinson, Sean Mckeever and Ian Sattler to talk “Final Crisis” and update numerous other projects.