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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.
Robert Kirkman, Marc Guggenheim, Joe Kelly and more were on hand for The Image Comics Show panel, where current and future projects were discussed, as well as company collaborations and new imprints.
Ian Sattler and a host of DC creators discussed the wide range of events in DC Comics' future, including "Brightest Day," "JL: Generation Lost," "THUNDER Agents," "Static" Vertigo characters in the DCU and more
In a special live taping of the Word Balloon, Marvel Comics writer Brian Michael Bendis answers questions from audience members and revealed his involvement in the upcoming "Ultimate Spider-Man" animated series
Joe Quesada drops by for a special CBR TV edition of Cup O' Joe, discussing Marvel's big CrossGen related announcement, teasing the company's plans and revealing a very different side of himself...
Marvel Editor-in-Chief and Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada brings his signature panel to San Diego along with news including the return of CrossGen, the new "Hulk" creative team and Jeph Loeb's "Avengers 3."
The longtime leader of DC Comics, Jeanette Kahn was honored for her contributions to the industry with an Inkpot Award during the show as well as a Spotlight Panel moderated by her DC co-worker, Paul Levitz.
The creators of this year's Eisner Award winning "Chew," Jonathan Layman and Rob Guillory, discuss the title, walking the line between disgusting and entertaining, the potential Hollywood adaptation and much more.
Comic-Con continued Friday with another wave of announcements, from Morrison and Paquette's "Batman Inc." to confirmation that Jeremy Renner will play Hawkeye in "The Avengers." Which one was your favorite?
Ahead of today’s big Warner Bros. presentation at SDCC, the studio has released the official logo for the "Green Lantern" movie, a modified version of the one seen in last month's licensing announcements
"The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" and J.H. Williams III were among the multiple award winners in the 22nd annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, presented Friday night in conjunction with Comic-Con International.
SyFy series creators Laura Harkcom and Christopher Leone spoke with CBR about bringing their cult favorite miniseries "The Lost Room" to comics and what fans can expect from the second season.
The French graphic novel by writer Matz and artist Luc Jacamon hits American audiences courtesy of Archaia Studios and Matz spoke with CBR News about bringing his futuristic war-based title to the U.S.
CBR TV was visited by the writing team of Craig Kyle and Chris Yost who discussed their writing partnership, their philosophy on killing characters in "X-Force," the future of comics and much more.
On the eve of Marvel Studios’ "Avengers" panel at Comic-Con International, director Joss Whedon has confirmed that "The Hurt Locker" star Jeremy Renner will play Hawkeye in "The Avengers."
At CCI's Vertigo: On the Edge panel, the DC Comics imprint announced that "Hellblazer's" John Constantine is getting married. Series writer Peter Milligan told CBR News that maybe he is.
Comic book superstar Grant Morrison is writing an independent movie to be directed by music video director Adam Egypt Mortimer and produced by ZDONK. "Sinatoro" is currently slated for a release sometime in 2012.
Reports are circulating that Marvel is still in negotiations with Mark Ruffalo to play Bruce Banner in the "Avengers" movie with the studio trying to lock the actor in before tomorrow's CCI panel.
Brian Michael Bendis and Joe Quesada lead a tour through the entire "Avengers" franchise, and CBR News was on hand to bring you first word on the new member of the Avengers, the next Man Without Fear, a spy crossover and more.
Top Shelf Comics revealed art from Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's upcoming project, "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century." The latest chapter is scheduled for a 2011 release.
While much of the Marvel staff hits Comic-Con International, Tom Brevoort pulls double duty in Marvel T&A with word on format experimentation, the future of Bucky Cap and more.
The DC Nation panel at Comic-Con International found Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns, and JMS announcing new projects including a new Flash series and a collaboration between Johns and Morrison. Plus: Darkseid!
The writers of the Super-family line of titles took the stage to discuss their plans for the Man of Steel, Lex Luthor and Supergirl and CBR News was there with all the info. UPDATED 8/11/2010
DC Co-Publisher Dan Didio spoke with CBR TV about the company's just-announced plans for "Batman Inc.," a new series envisioned and written by Grant Morrison and illustrated by Yanick Paquette.
Comics and Hollywood meet with Collider Entertainment, an Image imprint overseen by Marc Guggenheim. We spoke about their first titles, overcoming the Hollywood stigma and more.
Which superhero was the first to fly? What is the secret origin of Mark Millar's "Wanted?" All of this plus - did the Comics Code lead to the creation of Warren Publishing's "Creepy" and "Eerie?"
The Bat-writers of the DC Universe gathered together to discuss the return of Bruce Wayne and announced Morrison's newest series featuring the Dark Knight--"Batman, Inc!"
Thursday’s U.S. premiere screenings of the two-part seaso"n finale of "Doctor Who" and the Season 2 premiere of "Being Human played to a packed house at Comi-Con International.
Dark Horse played to a packed room Friday at Comic-Con, as Gerard Way and Janet Evanovich led a panel that included a DH:HD tease, "Serenity" updates and a very personal appeal from publisher Mike Richardson.