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Creator Vince Gilligan, stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul and the cast of "Breaking Bad" offered the audience at Comic-Con International a preview at what lies ahead in the final season of AMC's celebrated drama.
A crossover of creators from J. Michael Straczynski to Anthony Bourdain team up to discuss DC Comic slate of original graphic novels at Comic-Con with new info on the in progress sequel to "Batman Earth One."
Author Stephenie Meyer joined the cast of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" at Comic-Con International to reveal the first seven minutes of the film and to discuss the finale of the blockbuster franchise.
At the Marvel TV panel at Comic-Con, Jeph Loeb formally confirmed "Avengers Assemble," announced several new Marvel Knights projects, showed test footage from upcoming series, and debuted the Spider-Ham episode of "Ultimate Spider-Man."
The four zero titles debuting in September from DC Comics get a spotlight at Comic-Con as Dan DiDio, Scott Snyder, James Tynion IV and more talk "Talon," "Phantom Stranger" and beyond with new news on Stephanie Brown in "Smallville."
Writer Nathan Edmondson examines the past of one of the Ultimate Universe’s most flawed heroes in the 4-issue "Ultimate Comics Iron Man." CBR spoke with him for details.
This October writer Skottie Young and the art team of Guruhiru give readers adorable, all-ages action with the "AvX" inspired one-shot, "A-Babies Vs. X-Babies." We spoke with Young about the project.
At Comic-Con International, Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger and the cast of "Expendables 2" discuss their highly anticipated sequel, as well as the past and present of the action genre.
With wins in three categories each, writer Mark Waid and Archaia Entertainment’s "Jim Henson’s Tale of Sand" led the 24th annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, presented last night in San Diego.
Writer Joe Keatinge and artist Ken Garing talk to CBR News about "Intergalactic," the newest digital comic book series from Monkeybrain Comics announced at CCI 2012.
CBR sent Steve Sunu into the infected undead zone of Petco Park where he managed to get footage as he attempted to make his way from the infected area to evac in "The Walking Dead Escape."
At the Dark Horse: Joss Whedon panel, writer/director Joss Whedon spoke to fans about his Dark Horse work, announcing "Buffy" miniseries and answering questions about "Firefly," "Avengers" and more.
Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock is hosting Marvel's All-Winners Squad panel at Comic-Con, an enigmatic event that promises to show fans what it takes to be a super hero. CBR is reporting live throughout the hour.
Daniel Radcliffe will play he lead in "Horns," director Alexandre Aja of the bestselling 2010 novel by Eisner Award-winning "Locke & Key" writer Joe Hill.
Stan Lee, Mark Hamill and Peter David were among the talent introducing Stan Lee's World of Heroes, a slate of scripted and unscripted original programming distributed through Lee's YouTube channel.
Continuing its Comic-Con International tradition for a third straight year, AMC has debuted an action-packed 4-minute trailer for the next season of "The Walking Dead" featuring Michonne, the Governor and more.
DC Comics brings the New 52 to Comic-Con International 2012 with a cornucopia of its top creators shaping the future of the DC Universe, including the launching of its #0 issues in September.
Live, from San Diego! IDW Editor-in-Chief Chris Ryall and Marketing VP Dirk Wood host a "late night" show at Comic-Con, with Duane Swierczynski, Alan Robert, Brea and Zane Grant, and... Alan Moore? Plus: announcements!
When asked by a fan in a Stephanie Brown costume if rumors of the character's removal from "Smallville Season 11" are true, the answers provided by Superman panelists were less than illuminating.
While "Goon" creator Eric Powell previously dismissed using Kickstarter to fund the stalled CG-animated adaptation of his comic, noting the estimated $45 million budget -- things have changed.
CBR presents a CCI-exclusive preview of "MacGyver: Fugitive Justice" #1, written by "MacGyver" creator Lee David Zlotoff & Tony Lee with art by Will Sliney. The series debuts from Image Comics, October 10.
Only days after locking in "Chronicle" director Josh Trank to helm "Fantastic Four," Fox is finalizing a deal with up-and-coming writer Jeremy Slater to pen the franchise reboot.
Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture and Terry Crews joined CBR TV to discuss "Expendables 2" and the franchise's old-school approach to action films, eschewing cgi effects for live stunts.
Geoff Johns and Jim Lee bring a wide slate of DC Comics creators and heroes in a Comic-Con lovefest for Justice League and Green Lantern, teasing more heroes in "Earth Two," new details on the Third Army, the future of Shazam! and more.
Writer Duane Swierczynski spoke to CBR News about writing Mega-City One's top cow in IDW's new "Judge Dredd" ongoing series, announced today at Comic-Con International.
Contrary to widely circulated reports, 58-year-old action legend Jackie Chan says he isn’t retiring from the genre, telling a Comic-Con International audience that "CZ 12" is not his last action film.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso and "Ultimates" writer Sam Humphries team up to talk the "Divided We Fall" event and announce "Ultimate Comics Iron Man" from Nathan Edmondson.
At the DC Comics: Superman panel, "Superman" writer Scott Lobdell, "Superman: Earth One" artist Shane Davis and others speak about the #0 issues and what’s next for the Superman group of books.
Ken, Ryu and Akuma will make their live-action television debut in "Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist," a series created by the duo behind the popular fan film "Street Fighter: Legacy."
Warner Bros. Interactive brought a fight to CCI with a playable demo of "Injustice: Gods Among Us," NetherRealm Studios' new Justice League fighting game. CBR has a hands-on report and the new Comic-Con trailer.
Director and producer Chris Columbus will develop an anthology film based on the long-running Warren horror series "Creepy Magazine," with plans to direct one of its four story segments.
The dark-edged comics of Avatar Press stepped into the spotlight in sunny San Diego as Editor-in-Chief William Christiansen laid out the publisher's upcoming projects, including a new series by Alan Moore.
This October, writer Jeff Parker begins chronicling the exploits of another gamma powered, crimson crusher as "Hulk" morphs into "Red She-Hulk" and CBR spoke with him about the new direction.