"Batman V Superman" Saves the Best for Last: The Final Trailer's Greatest Moments
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The star of independent superhero flim "Super," Rainn Wilson, and the movie's creator James Gunn took to the WonderCon stage to promote the offbeat movie described as "Napolean Dynamite" meets "Taxi Driver."
The popular artist of "The Flash" and "Adventrue Comics," Francis Manapul regaled fans with stories of his time on TV, offered advice to aspiring comic pros, revisited his professional beginnings and more.
Veteran indy creator Terry Moore took to the stage at WonderCon to discuss ending "Echo," starting the adventure of "Rachel Rising," the future of digital publishing and more.
Erik Larsen, Steven T. Seagle, Joe Casey, Richard Starkings, Frank Cho and Jonathan Ross met with fans at WonderCon to discuss the next batch of projects from Image Comics, and CBR was there.
Groo creators Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier met with fans at WonderCon in San Francisco to talk about their careers, "Mad Magazine," a memorable encounter with Johnny Carson, and what might happen when Groo meets Conan.
McG unveiled the world premiere of a new trailer for Terminator: Salvation at WonderCon (debuting in front of "Watchmen" this week), revealing a character who believes himself human, but may be mistaken...
Top Oni brass touted their upcoming lineup at a WonderCon panel on Friday, including a dirt-cheap trade collection for Marc Guggenheim’s “Resurrection” series and what Greg Rucka’s been up to.
SLG founder Dan Vado laid out the publisher's plans for 2008 spoke candidly about his feelings on the comics industry, explaining SLG's move from serials to graphic novels.
Promoting the Image Comics release of a new, expanded edition of "Tim Sale: Black and White," the artist himself and famed creator Richard Starkings sat down with fans Sunday afternoon at WonderCon in San Francisco, CA.
Among the promises made at the panel for the new movie: a genuine love for the characters and their world, thoughtful new spins on racial issues in America, and more naked women than in the first one.
After an apology for artist Michael Turner's first-ever absence from a scheduled convention appearance, Aspen Comics executive VP Frank Mastromauro sketched out the publisher's plans for 2008.