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Settlement talks have stalled between the organizers of Comic-Con International and Salt Lake Comic Con.
Following months of negotiations, it was announced this morning that Comic-Con International will extend its deal with San Diego through 2018.
Comic-Con International in San Diego is just around the corner, and CBR spotlights all of the action we cannot wait for.
Dark Knight and Man of Steel action figures and a Wonder Woman Barbie will be among Mattel's "Batman v Superman" lineup next week in San Diego.
San Diego’s Convention Center Corp. tweaks its economic estimate. "Mary Perkins On Stage" creator Leonard Starr dies. Harassment accusations at Anime Matsuri.
With SDCC around the corner, Augie takes a trip down memory lane with pics from San Diego 15 years ago.
This year's SDCC special edition issue of TV Guide will showcase WBTV content and covers featuring "Arrow," "The Flash," "Gotham" and "Supergirl."
Some San Diego hoteliers are reportedly unwilling to sign off on a deal to maintain the same number of hotel rooms at the same discounted rate through 2018.
The 306-piece LEGO DC Super Heroes New Batmobile will be on display next week at Comic-Con International, but you'll have to wait until Jan. 1 to buy it.
"Game of Thrones," "The Walking Dead," Lucasfilm, "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." and more will take over Comic-Con in San Diego on Friday, July 10.
Organizers are reportedly nearing a deal with San Diego officials that will keep Comic-Con International in the city through 2018.
Warner Bros. Television is back with limited-edition hotel key cards, this year promoting "Arrow," "The Flash," "Supergirl," "Gotham" and "Teen Titans Go!"
Laderman will bring his multi-platform expertise to the new channel, which is slated to launch in early 2016.
AMC will debut a new banner ad for its upcoming sixth season of "The Walking Dead" at this year's Comic-Con International.
Selfie sticks top a new list of prohibited technological devices at Comic-Con that also includes Google Glass, E-cigarettes and drones.
"The Walking Dead," "Fear the Walking Dead" and "Into the Badlands" will shuffle into Hall H at this year's Comic-Con International for a two hour block.
Comic-Con seeks new sponsor for Artists' Alley! A call for cartoons in support of jailed Iranian artist! A look ahead to Flame Con, New York's first LGBT comic con!
Warner Bros. TV's Comic-Con lineup will feature several shows from their superhero roster, including "Supergirl," "Arrow," "The Flash" and more.
Fox Television has released a Comic-Con slate that includes returning shows like "American Horror Story" and newcomers like "Damien" and "Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll."
Kazuki Takahashi will be a guest in San Diego! "This One Summer" wins Lynd Ward Graphic Novel Prize! Interviews with Jillian Tamaki and David Gallaher!
The VOD service will offer original content as well as Lionsgate projects and archival footage from the convention's history.
Multiple reports state that Comic-Con plans to move WonderCon from Anaheim to Los Angeles in 2016, in what's said to be a one-year commitment. UPDATE: The move is now official.
Discounted room block goes on sale Tuesday morning! Remembering cartoonist Jim Berry. Japanese anti-piracy campaign has removed 700,000 illegal files!
The "Burn Notice" star wonders why his USA series was at Comic-Con, discusses how conventions have changed and meeting female Ash cosplayers.
Change affects convention center and six nearby lots! A look at Dark Horse's manga line! Chip Zdarsky talks "Howard the Duck" and more1
The "Guardians of the Galaxy" directed has revealed the studio won't have a Hall H presentation in San Diego.
Setting a new sellout record, the mad rush to register for SDCC gave birth to memes but otherwise was a smooth, if frustrating, process.
San Diego, L.A. and Anaheim make the pitch (again) for Comic-Con! Roz Chast's graphic memoir is a National Book Critics Circle finalist! Plus much more!
A profile of the revival of Valiant! San Diego juggles All-Star Game and Comic-Con in 2016! Kelly Sue DeConnick talks "Bitch Planet"! More of the best comics of 2014!
The grand jury's decision in Ferguson sparked a series of disturbing and inflammatory tweets from a Comic-Con International volunteer.
Hotels in Comic-Con room blocks asked to freeze rates! Pioneering retailer Ed Summer passes away. Jill Lepore on "The Secret History of Wonder Woman"!
Taking a closer look at NYCC's counting system! KaBOOM! offers a trick-or-treat pack! Latour and Rodriguez talk Spider-Gwen! Plus much more!
The SLG publisher, who founded APE in 1994, will assume ownership once again, and move the show from San Francisco back to San Jose.
Organizers to talk about possible settlement in trademark feud! More on Banned Books Week! Interviews with Gene Luen Yang and Justin Jordan!
Convention center expansion isn't only factor in organizers' decision! Interviews with Darryl “DMC” McDaniels and Ales Kot! Lynda Barry speaks at Willlamette University!
San Diego City Council won’t appeal a court ruling that struck down the hotel tax devised to fund most of the planned expansion of the San Diego Convention Center.
Utah attorney dissects SDCC's trademark arguments! Interviews with Ed Brubaker, Ed Piskor, Tula Lotay and David Ury! Hilary Price visits Mort Walker's studio!
A lawsuit filed by CCI accuses the fledgling Utah convention of trademark infringement and attempting to "confuse and deceive" with its use of the term "Comic Con."
As Comic-Con International kicks into full gear, its lawyers have sent a letter to Salt Lake Comic Con demanding organizers stop using the term "Comic Con."
David Glanzer, director of marketing and public relations for Comic-Con in San Diego, explains the show's "deliberately broad" anti-harassment policy.