Comic-Con Trailers: The Best of the Best, Ranked
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"Hellboy" creator Mike Mignola, Dark Horse editor Scott Allie and artists Cameron Stewart and Tyler Crook came to Comic-Con to answer fan questions about the future of the Hellboy Universe.
CSBG's spotlight on the strangest comics of all-time explores the woman who gave Wonder Woman the name Diana Prince and her husband who would rather chain his wife to a table than let her go to work.
Jim Lee, DC Comics Co-Publisher and one of the biggest artists in the industry, takes the spotlight at CCI, giving drawing lessons to fans and answers to burning questions.
"Breaking Bad "kicks off its fifth season with a glimpse into the future of Walter White, and a focus on the present, where Albuquerque’s new drug kingpin moves to fill the vacuum, and clean up the mess, left by the death of Gus Fring.
This October, the acclaimed creators of Marvel's "Punisher" series pit their protagonist against the Avengers in the 5-issue "Punisher War Zone." CBR spoke with writer Greg Rucka about the book.
Greg McElhatton gives "Swamp Thing" #11 by Scott Snyder and Marco Rudy 4 stars, calling the issue "another good chapter in the overall saga against the Rot" for DC's New 52.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, July 18, including "Prophecy" #2, "The Spider" #3 and more.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Scott Lobdell and Kenneth Rocafort's "Red Hood and the Outlaws" #11. The spotlight remains on Starfire July 18!
Scott Snyder discusses his plans for the Joker in the upcoming "Batman" story arc, why he's spending time in the 50s in "American Vampire" and what's in store for the Riddler and the rest of Batman's rogues gallery.
Initial sales numbers for Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" #100 have been released, with the milestone issue of the popular zombie epic totaling more than 380k.
James Robinson spoke with CBR TV about the controversy over Alan Scott's New 52 sexual identity, the broader issue of gay characters in comics and his and artist J. Bone's upcoming Image series "The Saviors."
The wall-crawling superhero is celebrating his 50th anniversary at this year's Comic-Con International, and Marvel celebrates the Amazing Spider-Man with news including a "Minimum Carnage" event and "Punisher War Zone."
Writers Cullen Bunn & Chris Yost speak to CBR News about "Minimum Carnage," a six-part crossover that begins in October and runs through "Venom" & "Scarlet Spider" with two special bookend issues.
At the DC Entertainment: Meet The Publishers panel, DC Entertainment Co-Publishers Jim Lee and Dan DiDio spoke with fans and answered questions about continuity, upcoming projects and the DC Universe.
The titanic teens of the DC Comics Universe get their San Diego spotlight as Scott Lobdell, Tony Bedard and more dig into "Teen Titans,""Blue Beetle" and the rest of the Young Justice line including new origins for Red Robin and Kid Flash.
Valiant made its presence known at the annual ValiantFans.com panel, giving longtime supporters insight into the company's plans. Post-panel, CBR learned exclusively of the upcoming Gold Logo program and more.
JMS speaks on his big Comic-Con International announcements, from the announcement of JMS Studios, the return of Joe's Comics, his Legendary Comics project and Before Watchmen.
Writer James Robinson spoke with CBR News about his new Image Comics series "The Saviors" with art by J. Bone, creator-owned comics, his upcoming novel and more.
"Locke and Key" creators Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez spoke with fans at Comic-Con about their epic magical horror series from IDW, which is rocketing toward its conclusion next year.
The legendary alt comics series from Los Bros Hernandez will be the first digital release from Fantagraphics and comiXology as "Love & Rockets New Stories" launches to tablets for the book's 30th anniversary.
Michael Davis moderated a star-studded panel highlighted by the announcement of a new comic from Shaquille O'Neal, whom Davis called the most important thing to happen in black comics since Milestone.
At Comic-Con International in San Diego, Terry Moore announced a new "Strangers in Paradise" prose story, his next project after "Rachel Rising" concludes and how his thoughts on humanity and spirituality influence his work.
At the Skybound And The Next Generation Of Independence panel, writer Robert Kirkman and the creative teams behind "Witch Doctor" and "Clone" talked independent comics and what’s next for the Image imprint.
Glen Brunswick and Whilce Portacio team up to show a world where toys have come to life in the new Image Comics series "Non-Humans," announced Saturday at Comic-Con International.
Marvel Comics brings the battle of the year to Comic-Con International at San Diego, assembling a panel of its editorial architects of "Avengers Vs. X-Men" to discuss everything from "AvX" to Marvel NOW!
Screenwriter Gary Whitta and artist Darick Robertson combine clones, war, sci-fi and Charles Dickens in their new Image Comics title "Oliver," announced at Comic-Con International.
The Man of Action writer and frequent creator-owned envelope pusher brings two new titles to Image, and CBR has a first look at the art for Joe Casey's "Sex" and "The Bounce."
At Image Comics' panel, publisher Eric Stephenson announced new projects from Kelly Sue Deconnick, Joe Casey, James Robinson, Matt Fraction and Howard Chaykin, Greg Rucka, Chris Roberson and more. Updated With Art.
Following some confusion at Friday’s Superman panel, DC Comics confirmed today that Stephanie Brown won’t be appearing as Nightwing in "Smallville Season 11." As rumored, she’ll be replaced by Barbara Gordon.
Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino made a surprise appearance during DC Comics' Before Watchmen panel to announce a 5-issue series adapting his "Django Unchained" screenplay to comics.
DC Comics brings "Before Watchmen" to Comic-Con International in San Diego with an incredible panel of creators gathered to discuss the publisher's mega-event with a special appearance from Quentin Tarantino.
Top Cow Productions' President and Chief Operating Officer Matt Hawkins discusses "Cyber Force" and its Kickstarter component, talent searches and this year's Pilot Season.
Dark Horse's horror writers discussed favorite monsters, defined what's scary, explained which lines they won't cross and demonstrated why they do horror better than anyone else during their Comic-Con panel.
A crossover of creators from J. Michael Straczynski to Anthony Bourdain team up to discuss DC Comic slate of original graphic novels at Comic-Con with new info on the in progress sequel to "Batman Earth One."
The four zero titles debuting in September from DC Comics get a spotlight at Comic-Con as Dan DiDio, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and more talk "Talon," "Phantom Stranger" and beyond with new news on Stephanie Brown in "Smallville."
Writer Nathan Edmondson examines the past of one of the Ultimate Universe’s most flawed heroes in the 4-issue "Ultimate Comics Iron Man." CBR spoke with him for details.
"Ultimate Comics Spider-Man" artist David Marquez spoke to CBR News about his decision to go Marvel exclusive, as announced at Comic-Con International 2012.
This October writer Skottie Young and the art team of Guruhiru give readers adorable, all-ages action with the "AvX" inspired one-shot, "A-Babies Vs. X-Babies." We spoke with Young about the project.
With wins in three categories each, writer Mark Waid and Archaia Entertainment’s "Jim Henson’s Tale of Sand" led the 24th annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, presented last night in San Diego.
Writer Joe Keatinge and artist Ken Garing talk to CBR News about "Intergalactic," the newest digital comic book series from Monkeybrain Comics announced at CCI 2012.