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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.
The trio that cleaned up at this year's Eisner Awards talk about their new Vertigo books and their buzzworthy collaborations with Brian Wood, Gerard Way, Mike Mignola - and each other
CBR News was live from Marvel's TV Writers of Marvel panel at Comic-Con International. We've got all the details from panelists Marc Guggenheim, Aron Coleite, Joe Pokaski and more.
Marc Silvestri and a host of Top Cow creators talked about the publishers plans for the future, showed off a bunch of new titles, and even brought a few of their Hollywood friends along.
One last panel ... for one last blockbuster announcement. What was it? How about Neil Gaiman writing Batman! That and much more was discussed in this panel covered live right here on CBR!
New Vertigo projects from Gabriel Ba, Fabio Moon, Grant Morrison, Brian Azzarello and Michael Kaluta were just a few of the comics mentioned at DC's Vertigo panel during CCI.
CBR News reported live from the Women in Marvel panel at CCI featuring Robin Furth, Marjorie Liu, Sherrilyn Kenyon and more talking about "Cloak and Dagger," "Runaways" and other Marvel series featuring female creators.
In which Timothy can be found cruisin' the Comic-Con International floor looking for trouble with a fresh-from-Arizona sidekick, a wad of cash and a hankering for some genuine "Hallucinatory Pop Art."
Next year, Mark Millar, one of the original architects of Marvel Comics' Ultimate line, returns to the Ultimate Universe with a brand new series. CBR News spoke with Millar about his new book.
In December, two of the Marvel U's foremost cosmic empires meet on the fields of battle in “War of Kings." CBR News spoke with Editor Bill Rosemann and writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning about the event.
Starting this November, changes are in stores for Marvel Comics' "Thunderbolts." CBR News spoke with new writer Andy Diggle and Editor Bill Rosemann about their plans for the villainous book.
Tori Amos speaks to Comic-Con International attendees about the cyclical nature of art, and how "Comic Book Tattoo" has inspired her to write new music, embrace freedom and quit Sony.
The characters of Milestone Comics will be folded into the fabric of DCU proper, in some very high-profile titles. Milestone co-founder Dwayne McDuffie will be writing two of his creations into "Justice League of America."
Sean T. Collins checks in with Comic-Con's Director of Marketing and Public Relations David Glanzer once again to discuss attendance, getting into panels, traffic jams and other items related to the show thus far.
Geoff Johns and Sterling Gates boarded the CBR Boat Show earlier this weekend to talk about Superman and the “Superman Pow Wow,” the Super-marriage, plans for Flash and much more.
IDW Publishing announced a slew of upcoming comics and multimedia projects based on their properties at their panel "Ideals and Dreams" at CCI Saturday. CBR News was there.
CBR was live at the Secret Invasion panel at Comic-Con International on Saturday to get the latest from EiC Joe Quesada and a host of Marvel creators including Brian Michael Bendis, Greg Pak, Brian Reed and more.
It was a big weekend for Brian Azzarello with the announcement of "Filthy Rich," part of the launch of the "Vertigo Crime" imprint. CBR News caught up with the author on the con floor to talk about his latest creation.
Marvel's "The Ultimate Universe Must DIe" panel was moderated by EiC Joe Quesada and featured a trailer for "The Stand" (not an Ultimate title), gave away Stark Tech, teased an Ultimate She-Hulk and more.
There's clouds on the horizon, and much change is coming to Wildstorm Comics. CBR News was on hand to capture all of the forecasts and precipitation on a Saturday evening with free TPBs handed out to questioners.
CBR News sat down with Ethan Van Sciver at Comic-Con International to talk "Rebirth," DC/Marvel amlgamations and to find out which character he'd be happy not to sketch for a while...
John Cassaday and Guy Davis comics kick off Devil's Due's pamphlet-driven presentation of Les Humanoides Associes' acclaimed European comics at Comic-Con.
To kick off IDW's enlistment with the franchise,fan-favorite Joe writer Larry Hama puts Snake-Eyes, Scarlett, Duke and company through a 21st Century comics bootcamp.
Dabel Bothers Publishing announced at Comic-Con International that the company has acquired the rights to adapt Paramount's popular cult classic film "The Warriors" to comics.
IDW's panel covered the Reign of Starscream to All Hail Megatron to a robotic "killing Joke" homage as well as the new Japanese Transformer, Drift... plus, Cobra Commander is a badass once more.
Eric Powell had nothing to say about his upcoming movie deal, so he made with the jokes instead - with a little help from his friends, comedians Brian Posehn, Ben Garant, and Tom Lennon.