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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.
Warner Bros. Animation has released a first look at the upcoming Cartoon Network series "Young Justice" featuring the YJ roster plus looks at Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and other DCU heroes.
At the end of "Second Coming," the future of mutantkind arrived in the form of five new mutants. In November, they take center stage in writer Kieron Gillen's new ongoing series "Generation Hope."
Robert Kirkman spoke with CBR TV about his "Walking Dead" experiences so far, what it's like on the set of the upcoming zombie show, working with artist Charlie Adlard, his new Skybound imprint and more.
Marvel kicked off Friday at Comic-Con International with its X-Men panel. Matt Fraction, Daniel Way, Marjorie Liu, Rick Remender and more were on hand to announce new projects including "Generation Hope" and chat with fans.
CCI kicked off Thursday with a flurry of announcements, ranging from confirmation that Joss Whedon is directing "The Avengers" to an all-ages "Young Justice" comic to a "Strange Tales" sequel. Which one was your favorite?
In "Captain America: Man Out of Time," Mark Waid expands and updates the story of Cap's reawakening so that it now occurs in modern times. We spoke with Waid about the project. which kicks off in November.
Thor and Iron Man team up to foil the scientific and sorcerous experiment of a hyper intelligent adversary. We spoke with writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning about "Iron Man/Thor."
Fans of Marvel's cosmic books should prepare for intergalactic action and arboreal mayhem when the Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning scripted "Rocket Raccoon & Groot" miniseries begins in January.
Writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Carlos Pacheco kick off their "Ultimate Thor" miniseries. We spoke with Hickman about the November-launching project which reveals the origin of the titular character.
Award-winning illustrator Bill Sienkiewicz will take a stab at serial killer Dexter Morgan with an animated webseries based on the acclaimed Showtime drama. ROBOT 6 has more
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR presents an advance look at new comics on sale next Wednesday, July 28, including "Deadpool Team-Up" #891, "Franken-Castle" #19, "PunisherMAX" #9, "Uncanny X-Men" #526 and more.
Kevin Smith and the creative team behind the first volume of "Batman: The Widening Gyre" discussed the shocking ending of issue #6, working on the title thus far and teased next year's volume 2.
Summit Entertainment released the full theatrical trailer for their adaptation of Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's Wildstorm miniseries "RED." The movie, starring Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren and more opens October 15.
Oni Press and its film-production arm Closed on Mondays Entertainment have announced a first-look deal with CBS Television Studios to develop the publisher’s comics for TV. SPINOFF has the details.
Actor Dan Fogler joins with Archaia and a host of collaborators to launch "Moon Lake," a new anthological graphic novel that explores the more supernaturally scary and mind-bendingly hilarious side of comics.
Marvel officially announced "Strange Tales II" comprised of three giant-sized issues' worth of alternative, underground, indie, and web cartoonists putting their stamp on Marvel's characters. ROBOT 6 has details
Jennette Kahn, Paul Levitz, Dan DiDio, Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, and legendary creators Dennis O'Neil and Jerry Robinson reflected on the history of DC Comics at Comic-Con International.
"Bone" and "RASL" creator Jeff Smith spoke about the past and future of his projects, his inspiration for creating "Bone" and much more at the inaugural panel at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego.
SDCC special guests Van Jensen and Dusty Higgins talk to ROBOT 6 about the sequel to last year's hit graphic novel, "Pinocchio, Vampire Slayer" and share 11 exclusive pages from the new book.
BOOM! Studios announced its three Stan Lee-created titles during a press event at CCI. CBR was there to bring you the details, including comments from Lee's so-writers, Mark Waid, Paul Cornell and Chris Roberson.