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Marvel's X-Men panel at Comic-Con featured news, announcements and a few surprises. Plus, loads of art! UPDATED: Marvel has released even more X-art!
Marvel’s "Captain America: The First Avenger" opened with the best midnight haul of any superhero movie this summer. Paramount projects the film will gross between $55 million and $65 million in its first weekend. SPINOFF has details.
While promoting their respective projects for FilmDistrict, Guillermo del Toro and Ron Pelrman discussed the future of the Hellboy franchise, opening the door for a third film.
DC Comics' second New 52 panel at Comic-Con International foundJim Lee, Bob Harris, and Dan DiDio discussing the thought behind the September relaunch and answering fan questions, including which characters might be returning soon.
Aspen's EIC and President dish on their upcoming slate including more "Shrugged" and "Fathom: Kiani," a new project with Greg Pak and a final project designed by Michael Turner.
Details of Voltron and the Lion Force's latest forays into comics, video games and a new live-action film emerge at Comic-Con International
The enthusiastic audience in an overflowing ballroom at Comic-Con International was treated to a surprisingly lighthearted discussion with the main players of HBO’s "Game of Thrones." SPINOFF has details
IDW Publishing President Ted Adams and comics historian Craig Yoe spoke with CBR News about a new "Popeye" series, set to debut in 2012.
Marvel revealed at Comic-Con International that its major Spider-Man and X-Men will receive same-day digital release, a roll-out that begins next week with "The Amazing Spider-Man" #666. ROBOT 6 has details.
This November, David Liss and Shawn Martinbrough kick off a new arc of Marvel's "Black Panther" that finds T'Challa going toe to toe with Wilson Fisk, NYC's Kingpin of Crime.
"Heroes for Hire's" Misty Knight enters a dark, new world when Marvel relaunches the title as "Villains for Hire." We prodded writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning for details on Misty's business venture into villainy.
This November, a new era begins for Marvel's "Avengers Academy" as the school moves out west and expands its student body. We spoke with writer Christos Gage about his plans for admission.
We spoke with the creative teams of "Avengers Origins," a series of one-shots exploring the past of the Marvel Universe's premiere superhero team launching in November.
"The Wolverine" to fight Silver Samurai! "Man of Steel" delayed to 2013! Dark Horse's "Chickenhare" to become an animated film! Also, "Spider-Man" poster debuts, Cap's new threads, and more.
With “Captain America: The First Avenger” now in theaters, CBR News tracked down Albert Pyun, director of the ill-fated “Captain America” film released on video in the early ‘90s
Top Cow Productions honchos Matt Hawkins & Filip Sablik discuss this year's crop of Pilot Season comics to be announced at Comic-Con International.
DC Comics, WB Games and Monolith have released a new trailer for "Gotham City Impostors," the downloadable game that lets players run rampant as Batman and Joker wannabes in Gotham.
Writer and comic book legend Grant Morrison discussed his career at Comic-Con, including his work on "Batman Inc." and his take on Superman in the upcoming "Action Comics" #1.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "Captain America and Bucky" #620, "Incredible Hulks" #633, "Venom"#5 and many more.
Today at Comic-Con International, Hugh Jackman confirmed that "The Wolverine" will pit Logan against the katana-wielding mutant Silver Samurai. SPINOFF has details.
DC Comics has released a slew of art from today's panels, featuring pages from "Batwoman," "Justice League International," "Nightwing," "Catwoman" and many more of the anxiously awaited 52 relaunch titles.
SPINOFF enters the lion’s -- or is that werewolf's? — den with firsthand, moment-by-moment reaction to Summit Entertainment’s "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1" presentation in Hall H.
Archie Comics and IDW Publishing announced today that the KISS Army will invade Riverdale in November when "Archie Meets KISS" kicks off in "Archie" #627.
Blurb: Vertigo Executive Editor Karen Berger took to the stage at San Diego's Comic-Con International with some of Vertigo's leading writers and artists to tell fans what to expect from the DC imprint starting this fall.
Battalions of fans embarked on a mission to be among the first to see Steve Rogers' big screen adventure at Paramount's advance screening of "Captain America: The First Avenger" at Comic-Con.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso lead a discussion of projects new and old with Jonathan Hickman, Greg Pak, Nick Spencer and more in Comic-Con's Next Big Thing panel, and CBR has all the announcements from the show.
This October, Jeff Parker and Patrick Zircher kick off a new "Hulk" arc titled "Hulk of Arabia." We spoke with Parker about the arc, which sends the Red Hulk to the Middle East on a mission of vengeance.
The full gamut of creators and editors from DC Comics Batman line team up to tell fans at Comic-Con what's ahead for the Dark Knight come September including Grant Morrison and Scott Snyder.
"John Romita, Sr.'s Amazing Spider-Man: Artist's Edition" arrives in 2012 from IDW Publishing, the publisher announced today at CCI. CBR News spoke with editor Scott Dunbier for details.
Legendary Entertainment has released a 5-page preview of Frank Miller's highly anticipated graphic novel "Holy Terror."
A new "Goldeneye," Stan Lee, "Spider-Man: Edge of Time" and "X-Men Destiny" made Activision's Comic-Con party a memorable one. CBR News has all the details.
IDW has announced "Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes," a 6-issue mini co-produced with DC Comics. CBR News spoke with writer Chris Roberson about the October crossover.
DC Comics will hold a New 52 panel each day of Comic-Con, and the first was a spirited discussion of fans' concerns and hopes for the relaunch, as Co-Publisher Dan Didio, Paul Cornell, Cliff Chiang, and more faced their audience.
Warner Bros.’ "Man of Steel," the Zack Snyder-directed Superman franchise reboot, will open on June 14, 2013, rather than in December 2012 as widely believed. SPINOFF has details.
Robert Kirkman brings collaborators from his incoming Image Comics series "The Infinite" and "Thief of Thieves" as well as news of "The Walking Dead" and "Invincible" to Comic-Con with Skybound Entertainment.
The father-son creative team of Tim & Ben Truman spill the details on IDW's six-issue Old West revenge story and the badass at its center, Kit Hawken.
Marvel has provided CBR with advance looks at "Amazing Spider-Man" #666, the first chapter of Dan Slott's "Spider-Island" event and the second issue of "X-Men: Schism" by Jason Aaron and Frank Cho!
At DC's "Flashpoint" panel, Editor Eddie Berganza, JT Krul, Sterling "Spoiler" Gates, Dan Jurgens, and more creators spoke with fans at Comic-Con International about how everything will change—in a Flash!