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During his spotlight panel at Emerald City Comicon 2012, "The Flash" writer/artist Francis Manapul spoke about about his past and the future of The Fastest Man Alive.
Emerald City Comicon 2012 is over, but CBR revisits the popular show with photos of pros and cosplayers alike, representing "Star Wars" and "Hunger Games" to "X-Men" and "Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
Bruce Timm, Kevin Conroy, Tara Strong and Alan Burnett celebrated the 20th anniversary of the seminal "Batman: The Animated Series" in a mini-reunion at Emerald City Comicon.
Check out CBR's coverage of this year's Emerald City Comicon including interviews on upcoming projects from top creators and panels from Marvel, DC, Image, Oni Press, Dark Horse and more!
Marvel Comics writers discuss the fate of many of Marvel's long-lost and obscure characters, their love of "Marvel Fanfare," what it's like to kill planned story arcs and more at ECCC.
"Battlestar Galactica" star Edward James Olmos spoke with fans at Emerald City Comicon about his career, his activism, cultural diversity in film & television and how music helped him connect with William Adama.
"Powers" artist Michael Avon Oeming spoke with CBR exclusively about - and shared a first look at - his new creator-owned series "Victories," a bleak superhero epic with intensely personal overtones.
At Emerald City Comicon, Vertigo creators Bill Willingham, Mike Allred, Dustin Nguyen, and more discussed the end of "iZombie", "Fables'" 10th anniversary and upcoming projects including "Shooters."
Robert Kirkman headlined a panel featuring Skybound creators discussing the direction of the imprint and what to expect from current and upcoming projects. Plus, "The Walking Dead for Kids!"
Crime comics heavyweights Ed Brubaker and Greg Rucka discuss the history and current state of genre writing in comic books with scholar Benjamin Saunders at Emerald City Comicon.
"Batgirl" writer Gail Simone engaged fans in an hour-long question and answer session about DC's New 52, the need for diversity in comic books, and hinting at some future projects.
Matt Fraction, Dan Slott, Rick Remender & Ed Brubaker joined Marvel's C.B. Cebulski to discuss surprising topics, including Dr. Strange's creepiness, expensive commercials, and... Wonder Woman?
"Batgirl" writer Gail Simone, "Batman" artist Greg Capullo, and the "Flash" team of Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato spoke with fans at Emerald City Comicon about DC's New 52, the line-wide relaunch now entering its eighth month.
Writer Rick Remender announced an upcoming "Fear Agent" omnibus at Emerald City Comicon, and also dished with fans on his early career, the ethical repercussions of death, and the future of "Uncanny X-Force" and "Venom."
Today's hottest Image creators—including Brandon Graham, Joe Keatinge, Tony Harris, and Joe Casey—gathered to celebrate the publisher's twentieth anniversary and discuss their own current projects at Emerald City Comicon.
Oni Press Marketing Director Cory Casoni hosted a late night talk show-style panel at Emerald City Comicon, with special guests Bryan Lee O'Malley, Joëlle Jones, and "Tiny Kitten Teeth" creators Becky & Frank .
The prolific Brian Wood sat down with an intimate gathering of fans to discuss his work across genres and publishers, his hopes and dreams for the future... and things got "Massive"
"Penny Arcade," Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik's massively popular webcomic strip, comes to Oni Press this August for its eighth collected edition, "Magical Kids in Danger."
Created entirely by his own hand and empowered by the crowd-funding site Kickstarter, Tony Harris' original series "ROUNDEYE: For Love" will come out from Image Comics this year.
The story of one old time Rock N Roller who happens to be turning to stone, Joe Casey and Charlie Adlard's "Rock Bottom" returns this fall with a new hardcover edition from Image Comics and the pair are ready to show off a different style.
A brand new Image Comics ongoing series where the dead walk and talk like nothing happened, Tim Seeley and Mike Norton's "Revival" brings the chills and haunts of small town America into frightening focus.
The first original graphic novel from Top Cow's creator-owned Minotaur Press will be "Sunset," a story of retiree revenge by Christos Gage and Jorge Lucas. Gage gives CBR the details on one old man against the mob he cheated.
Image Comics partner Robert Kirkman spilled the beans on all things "Walking Dead" including details about Season Three of the AMC TV show, his other Image Comics titles, and more.
The Image Comics partner and Top Cow founder spoke candidly in Seattle about his past and future, and the behind-the-scenes story of where all those Image character names came from.
DC Comics’ visit to Emerald City Comicon found Bill Willingham, Chris Burnham, and Dustin Nguyen dishing about Grant Morrison density, the consequences of speed... and the importance of dental hygiene.
Marvel reprised its popular "Breaking into Comics" panel at Emerald City Comicon, with Kelly Sue DeConnick, Chris Yost, Phil Noto, Ramon Perez, Adi Granov and CB Cebulski offering advice for aspiring writers and artists.
At a spotlight panel at Emerald City Comicon, Dark Horse showcased the art and process of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel and Faith" illustrators Georges Jeanty, Phil Noto and Andy Owens.
Bryan Lee O'Malley's Oni Press "Scott Pilgrim" sees new deluxe hardcovers starting in August with colors by "Batman Inc's" Nathan Fairbairn. O'Malley talks with CBR about the books, the color and the all-new extras.
Brian Wood spoke to CBR News about his Emerald City Comicon announcement of print-only bonus material for his June-debuting ongoing series "The Massive" with artist Kristian Donaldson.