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Aspen Comics came to Comic-Con International in San Diego last Friday to give fans a look into the future of the company and the new properties it will have to offer in the coming year. CBR was there.
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CBR brings you an exclusive first look at the video trailer for "Def Con 2055: Patient Zero," a new motion comic by "The End League" co-creator Mat Broome. Check it out!
Warner Bros. has released character posters for "Green Lantern" that spotlight Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan, Blake Lively as Carol Ferris, Mark Strong as Sinestro and Peter Sarsgaard as Hector Hammond.
Speaking before "Spartacus'" panel, Steven DeKnight, veteran of "Angel," "Smallville" and "Dollhouse," said returning to San Diego with such a successful show was something of a relief.
Saturday afternoon at Comic-Con International, writer J. Michael Straczynski entertained a sizable crowd with anecdotes about his comic and film career, and a staged reading of “Wonder Woman” #601.
"DMZ" creator Brian Wood talks to COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD about "DV8," his in-progress WildStorm miniseries with Rebeka Isaacs that updates the cult superhero team for modern times.
CBR News was at Top Shelf's Comic-Con presentation in San Diego to bring you all the news and announcements on new books and authors joining the ranks of the venerable publisher.
The "Big Time" era of "Amazing Spider-Man" begins this November and includes a bi-weekly schedule, a team of three incredible artists, and the solo writing talents of Dan Slott, who spoke with CBR about the book.
The fan-favorite "Marvel Adventures" writer Paul Tobin talks to CBR News about his newest work, "Spider-Girl," an ongoing Marvel Comics series starring Anya Corazon with artwork by Clayton Henry.
Comic-Con wrapped up Sunday with still more announcements, from the end of Spider-Man's "Brand New Day" to the debut of Booster Gold and Blue Beetle on "Smallville." Which one was your favorite?
Writer Zeb Wells spoke with CBR News about the upcoming launch of his new limited series with artist Clayton Crain, returning the red-and-black, kill-happy symbiote to the Marvel Universe.
At CCI, Pat Mills, creator of "2000AD," superstar artist Jock and editor Keith Richardson discussed "2000AD," breaking in to the American market and what it is that sets US and UK comic fans apart.
With the sun setting on "Brand New Day" and this year's CCI, Dan Slott and other Marvel Comics talents pulled back the curtain on "Big Time," the web-slinging superhero's all new status quo launching in October.
Writer Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR TV's Jonah Weiland about his new Image Comics imprint, Collider Entertainment, his involvement with Warner Bros. Green Lantern movie, and his new creator owned title, "Stringers."
Best-selling writer of "Batman & Robin" Grant Morrison opened up about everything from his artistic inspirations to his theories on fiction while teasing news on "Sea Guy," "Multiversity," "We3" and more.
Fantagraphics has partnered with Disney to publish the complete Mickey Mouse comic strips by Floyd Gottfredson, the cartoonist renowned for his defining work on the character.
Marvel Comics released a gallery of Spider-Man themed artwork during the publisher's Spider-Man Panel at CCI featuring their upcoming projects ranging from "Amazing Spider-Man" to "Spider-Girl" and more.
After a historic 100 issue run, the "Brand New Day" era of "Amazing Spider-Man" comes to an end. We looked back with the title's writing team and got some hints about what's to come with the next era.
CCI's Director of Marketing and Public Relations David Glanzer checked in with CBR News about what's made this show different than years past and what those differences mean for this weekend and the future.
Peter David has revealed he's writing several episodes of "Young Justice," the Cartoon Network series based on the DC Comics title he worked on for nearly five years.
Nick Spencer told CBR that as a long-time fan of Chloe, he plans to remain very true to the "Smallville" character and her fans have nothing to fear when it comes to her portrayal in "Action Comics."
From the introduction of "The Avengers" cast to resurrection of CrossGen properties to confirmation of "The Rocketeer" anthology, Saturday at CCI was bubbling with news. What was your favorite?
Dark Horse is launching a new anthology series featuring the full spectrum of Robert E. Howard’s heroes. CBR News spoke with writer Paul Tobin about his Conan story in December’s "Savage Sword" #1.
"Stray Bullets" and "Young Liars" creator David Lapham turns his attention to Robert E. Howard's barbarian king Kull in for an original Dark Horse miniseries. CBR spoke with Lapham about the project.
Dark Horse announced at CCI that Bruce Jones will be writing the next Solomon Kane miniseries, based on Robert E. Howard's "Skulls in the Stars." We spoke with Jones about the November-debuting title.
For his first solo arc in a new era for Marvel's "Hulk," writer Jeff Parker reteams with Gabriel Hardman to tell a story of redemption for the Red Hulk while tweaking the franchise's classic anti-hero origins.
The legendary X-Men writer held court over a sprawling Q&A session at Comic-Con that ranged from his earliest days at Marvel to his latest issues of "X-Men Forever." CBR was there to get you the details.
Jimmy Palimiotti and Rick Remender were among the Radical talent in San Diego for a Comic-Con panel to discuss their current and future projects, as well as film adaptations, motion comics, and even a toy line.
In the wake of Universal Pictures presentation at CCI, the studio has released the first official image of Daniel Craig in "Cowboys & Aliens," Jon Favreau's adaptation of the Platinum Studios graphic novel.
In the moments before the eagerly anticipated Marvel movie panel at Comic-Con, the studio revealed a placeholder website and, much more importantly, the official logo for "The Avengers." The film opens on May 4, 2012.
CBR News was on the scene to get the official word on the incidence of violence that broke out in Hall H and to catch a glimpse at the suspect who reportedly stabbed an attendee in the eye with a pen. Updated with word from CCI.
Wildstorm's panel at Comic-Con International revealed new projects from Darick Robertson and Kurt Busiek, including an "Arrowsmith" novel. The panelists also discussed superhero, creator-owned, and licensed titles.
Top Shelf Publishing announced "Incredible Change-Bots Two" at CCI and ROBOT 6 spoke with creator Jeffrey Brown about the return to his parody of '80s Transformers and Go-Bots action figures.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee spoke with CBR TV about his Wonder Woman costume revamp, public reaction to the new look, DC's digital initiative, what it means for printed comics, DCU Online and more.
Cartoonist Bryan Lee O'Malley takes to the stage at Comic-Con to answer fan questions about Vol. 6, the movie, the video game and more, and CBR has all the news on how the creator took his hero from comics to screen.
Image Comics partners Robert Kirkman, Marc Silvestri, Erik Larsen, Jim Valentino and Todd McFarlane spoke at Comic-Con international and spent the panel answering questions from fans on everything from their various titles to future plans
DC's second Saturday panel at Comic-Con International focused on Green Lantern, with Geoff Johns, Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Tony Bedard on hand to announce a CGI animated series and a "Sinestro Secret Origins" arc.
Today at Comic-Con, director Kenneth Branaugh officially unveiled the Destroyer from Marvel's "Thor." It's unknown what part the enchanted suit of armor, crafted as a weapon by Odin, will play in the upcoming movie.
Editor Scott Dunbier spoke with CBR about the upcoming "Rocketeer" miniseries, which will feature work from Mike Allred, John Cassaday, Darwyn Cooke, Michael Kaluta, Bruce Timm, Bill Willingham and many more.