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IDW's next Artist's Edition reprints EC Comics stories by Wally Wood from original artwork at full Golden Age size. CBR spoke exclusively with editor Scott Dunbier about the initiative.
Marvel has premiered the website and teaser poster for director Joss Whedon's "The Avengers," which opens on May 4, 2012. SPINOFF has details.
While Jason won't be in San Diego this week, he still has much love for Comic-Con and explains exactly why it's one of the few public events where he feels comfortable and at home.
In lieu of making the cross-country trek to Comic-Con, Ron looks at his history with the show and the changes he's seen over the years while encouraging attendees to spend some time at Tr!ckster.
12-Gauge's Keven Gardner and contributors Nathan Edmondson, Cully Hamner, Jason Aaron and Sean Patrick Flanery discuss "Country Ass-Whuppin'," a southern-themed anthology benefiting Alabama tornado victims.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio held a pre-con virtual panel on Facebook where he tackled fan questions ranging from the future of Archie's Red Circle heroes, Stephanie Brown's future and more.
Creator/Artist Menton3 discusses the origins of "Monocyte," the world he's created as the backdrop for his tale of an immortal war, featuring back-up stories and an original soundtrack.
DC Comics calls upon Joshua Williamson, Francesco Francavilla and Adam Hughes to bring Sony's Nathan Drake comic book debut to life in November's "Uncharted."
Panelfly debuted two years ago as an elegant comics app for the iPhone. Now, the early comics app returns as both a comics reader and a platform for multimedia storytelling.
CBR News has an exclusive look at art created by Alex Ross in preparation for Warner Bros.' big screen adaptation of DC Comics' Green Lantern mythos.
Dark Horse has announced in advance of tonight's Comic-Con reveal that it will be publishing an an adaptation of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's "The Strain," by David Lapham and Mike Huddleston.
Marvel announced it will make its first move in recent history into original graphic novels with Season One, a line that features current creators retelling classic superhero stories. ROBOT 6 has details.
It's the annual Pipeline preview for Comic-Con International in San Diego. What plans you should make now, what panels are a waste of time, and all the latest madness. Also, an update on last year's CCI column!
The star of "Tombstone," "Real Genius" and "Batman Forever," Val Kilmer joins the voice cast of Activision's "Spider-Man: Edge of Time" to play the evil Walker Sloan.
Greg Pak teams with Aspen Comics and Gale Anne Hurd's Vallhala Entertainment for "Dead Man's Run," a new comic series debuting in November.
Dark Horse has released a third teaser image, this time featuring the name "del Toro," a stylized biohazard symbol and a file name indicating Guillermo del Toro's popular vampire novels may be coming to comics.
Writer Chris Roberson discusses "Memorial," a new creator-owned series from IDW which finds an amnesiac woman struggling with her newly discovered place in a mystical world.
Liquidators remain only bidders for bankrupt Borders Group! Comic-Con International announces prices for 2012 convention! Grant Morrison on Comic-Con! Voting opens for Shel Dorf Awards! Plus more!
The New York Post has unveiled a new cover by Rags Morales for "Action Comics" #1 featuring a Superman whom Grant Morrison describes as "a 21st-century Paul Bunyan." ROBOT 6 has details.
Marvel wraps its "Fear Itself" teaser image reveals with a text-silhouetted Hulk and four hidden messages on the road to answers at CCI.
Top Cow has provided CBR with a pair of exclusive teaser images for two mystery titles to be announced at CCI as part of the Image Comics label's 2011 Pilot Season competition.
With a dose of the Power Cosmic, hidden messages inside this week's "Fear Itself" teasers from Marvel continue to take shape leading to Comic-Con International at San Diego.
First Comics, known for its acclaimed creator-owned comics throughout the '80s, makes its return at CCI 2011. Co-Founder Ken Levin tells CBR exclusively about how the publisher will live up to its legacy