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Hellboy creator Mike Mignola entertained questions from fans last Saturday at Comic-Con International in San Diego. He discussed the necessity for mystery in his stories, why the films follow a different story, and what's next for Hellboy.
Top Cow Productions has released images and solicitation information for new comics and products on sale in October, including "The Art of Wanted," "Cyblade" #1, "Broken Trinity: Witchblade" and much more.
In his second installment of ReTales on CBR, retailer Jud Meyers shares an interesting example of how bending the rules and listening to a customer can change someone's life in unexpectedly positive and dramatic ways.
The Hernandez Brothers - and one Hernandez Daughter - reunited at Comic-Con International to launch a history-making, smash-hit new volume of "Love & Rockets" from Fantagraphics Books.
Aspen Comics' Frank Mastromauro and company updated fans at Comic-Con International about the release schedules of their main titles, shared details on upcoming projects, and honored the memory of founder Michael Turner.
An all-jump week is a winner in a big way as Jonathan Hickman goes to space, Cary Bates keeps a secret, Harvey Dent votes for chaos, T'Challa does that T'Challa thing while some other things get messy in the 50s.
We're finally ready to start rolling out our massive photo parades from Comic-Con. Per usual, Pinguino Kolb provides the photos, Jonah Weiland provides the captions and you provide the eyeballs! Costumes, creators, lines and ... campers?
The acclaimed illustrator of "Final Crisis" and countless covers for Vertigo, Marvel and others, J.G. Jones, walks down memory lane with fans at Comic-Con International, revealing tips, tricks and secrets along the way.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a first look at "Ultimate Origins" #3 by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Jackson Guice, on sale next week in comics stores everywhere.
Terry Moore held a "one-on-one" panel with fans to discuss his "Echo," "Runaways," "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane," and other projects this past weekend at Comic-Con International.
Two kindred spirits -- Eisner-winning rock star Gerard Way and comics rocker Grant Morrison -- shared a panel at Comic-Con International and made plans to create a new universe in one coffee-fueled week.
The Trinity takes a break from superheroics to explore the world from the vantage point of their secret identities, while the evil Troika gains an immensely powerful new weapon. Justin and Brian have the "Trinity" #8 commentary.
"Watchmen" co-creator Dave Gibbons joined "Watching the Watchmen" designer Chip Kidd and others for a discussion of the making of the landmark graphic novel and the new 250-page book documenting its development.
Stephen takes a long look at "The Dark Knight," shares some pages form his "Two Guns" comic, plus some classic "Wyatt Earp" pages, memories of San Diego, the best game show ever and much more in this week's edition of PERMANENT DAMAGE.
Oni Press creators met with fans at Comic-Con International last weekend to discuss new and returning projects from the publisher, including "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The Universe," "Blue Monday," "Stumptown" and more.
Grant Morrison, Jim Lee, Mike Mignola, Robert Kirkman, John Cassasday, Colleen Doran and Matt Fraction discussed and debated the state of the comics art form with fans at Comic-Con International, and CBR was there.
The creative team behind pop-culture icon Emily the Strange was on hand at Comic-Con International to discuss the past, present and future of the popular anti-heroine in comic books, novels and on the big screen.
"30 Days of Night" creator Steve Niles drops teases on his new vampire/vigilante crossbreed comic book “Epilogue" and announces the new horror anthology, "Dark Delicacies," based on the popular prose series.
Courtesy of Active Images, CBR brings you an advance look at "Elephantmen" #13 by Richard Starkings and Moritat with covers by Boo Cook and Michael T. Gilbert, on sale this week from Image Comics.
IDW' Publishing's Chris Ryall and writers Jeff Mariotte and Dara Naraghi talk to CBR News about acquiring the comic book license for "Terminator: Salvation," with a new prelude miniseries and adaptation on the way.
Augie has some thoughts on the news of Comic-Con's weekend. Will Devil's Due line of Eurocomics translate better than DC's? Plus: artists he'd like to see get the Modern Masters" treatment and more oddities of '90s comics.
Lots coming out of San Diego, including an original art appea on behalf of Harrods, Bat-news, an original art appeal, California moaning, an update on "Holy Terror Batman" and much more in this post Comic-Con edition of LYING IN THE GUTTERS!
Vertigo Executive Editor Karen Berger and the creators behind “The Vertigo Encyclopedia” gave the scoop on the upcoming tome that promises to tell you everything you ever wanted to know about the comics of Vertigo.
Hugely acclaimed "Stray Bullets" creator David Lapham sinks his teeth into Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith’s vampire mythology with “30 Days ‘Til Death,” a new four-issue miniseries from IDW Publishing.
Coinciding with the final volume of "Rex Mundi," series creator Arvid Nelson and artist Brian Churilla present "Hill of Martyrs," a web comic tie-in beginning in August with the first installment exclusively on CBR.
Grant Morrison joined writer and cultural sage Deepak Chopra in an exploration of consciousness and the superhero in the final major panel of this year's Comic- Con International in San Diego.
Did you catch the CBR Boat Show video interviews conducted during Comic-Con on the CBR Yacht? We’ll catch you up on what you missed and tell you which guests are coming up next!
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday including "Black Panther" #39, "Thor" #10, "Ultimate Spider-Man" #124, "Skaar: Son of Hulk" #2 and more!
Writer Geoff Johns met with fans at Comic-Con International last weekend to discuss developments in his many projects, with hints about Green Lantern, Superman, the Legion, Superboy-Prime, the Flash, JSA and more.
Veteran writer JM. DeMatteis' newly announced IDW series “The Life And Times of Savior 28” tackles capes and tights from a historical and spiritual perspective, exploring 70 years of violence and American history.
Cult-favorite characters Cloak & Dagger return next year in a five-issue series that forces them to confront new villains as well as their own conflicts with each other. CBR spoke with writer Valerie D’Orazio about the book.
A new "Fables" miniseries and an upcoming "Fables" crossover were just two of the revelations made in the "Fables" spotlight panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego over the weekend.
Matt Furie's indie humor title was one of Comic-Con weekend's buzziest books, and the cartoonist talks to CBR News about everything gross, horrible and disgusting that makes up the hilarious "Boys' Club."
CBR spoke with some of the creators behind the upcoming John McCain and Barack Obama comic biographies who explain how craft will trump campaign on the page
Michael Turner was honored Sunday afternoon by a panel of his friends and colleagues in front of a capacity crowd of fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego, and CBR was there to hear the remembrances.
Everything winds down, but why are there still so many people? The adventures end, artwork ends up MIA, no ponies are to be found, Jaime Reyes goes home with Tim and awards are given.
"Watchmen" co-creator Dave Gibbons was on hand at this year's Comic-Con International for a special spotlight panel which had the artist talking with fans about the upcoming movie and the legendary comic that spawned it.
"Heroes" Co-Executive Producer Jesse Alexander is writing a one shot that ties in directly to "Captain America: White." "Shotgun Opera" will feature Sgt. Nick Fury and the Howling Commandos!
The renowned comic scribe, Peter David, brings his fantasy character Sir Apropos of Nothing from a prose novel to IDW in all his repugnant, satirical glory. CBR News spoke with David about the project.
Convention attendees and retailers may be living in the year 2008, but the biggest book of this summmer's Comic-Con International in San Diego is straight out of 1986.