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EA’s Patrick O’Brien and screenwriter Justin Marks spoke at Comic-Con International about taking control of the long-gestating movie adaptation of the "Dead Space" video games.
Spotlighting its diverse line-up of books, Abrams ComicArts special guests William Stout, Kazu Kibuishi and Jason Caffoe presented new books "Legends of the Blues" and "Explorer: The Lost Islands."
Aided by video messages from stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, "Sherlock" creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss appeared at Comic-Con International to chat with fans and drop clues about Series 3 and beyond.
The Autobots and Decepticons are three decades old, and still going strong. At Comic-Con International, Hasbro introduced a slew of new toys to mark the franchise's big anniversary.
James Robinson boards the CBR yacht to discuss his newly announced Dynamite series, "Grand Passion," his departure from DC Comics and "Earth 2," the upcoming "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" TV pilot and more.
Superman, Batman and the rest of the DCU join up with Maxwell in "Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure," and CBR has a hands-on report from Comic-Con International.
CBR News spoke with "Superior Spider-Man" writer Dan Slott about "Darkest Hours," a new arc beginning in November that puts the eponymous hero face to face with Flash Thompson AKA Venom.
"The Pact" star Caity Lotz has reportedly joined The CW's "Arrow" as Black Canary, a recurring role that's expected to progress to series regular. Expect more details at Saturday's Comic-Con International panel.
Aspen Comics has exclusively revealed to CBR cover art for new titles beingannounced at Comic-Con International, including "Legend of the Shadow Clan" vol. 2, "Fathom: Kiani," "Awaken Skies" and "#Cosplay."
"Ender's Game" star Harrison Ford attempted to separate the anti-gay views of Orson Scott Card from the forthcoming science fiction opus, saying that the author admits "he lost that battle."
Creators from Scott Snyder to Mark Buckingham to Jeff Lemire join new Vertigo Executive Editor Shelly Bond to take the DC imprint towards its future, and the groups showed off series new and old in San Diego.
Official character portraits have surfaced for Fox's "X-Men: Days of Future Past" that reveal our first look at Omar Sy as Bishop, and show Professor X, Magneto and Colossus in new costumes.
CBR was at the Marvel: Superior Spider-Man panel where editor Steve Wacker, writer Nick Spencer and others discussed the superior web-slinger, his foes and possibly even romance.
IDW Publishing Special Projects Editor Scott Dunbier spoke exclusively with CBR about "Hellboy: Artist's Edition," collecting "Hellboy in Hell" and several other stories, announced today at Comic-Con International.
In honor of the 10th anniversary of "The Walking Dead," series creator Robert Kirkman ran a special panel at Comic-Con International to discuss the evolution of the series, the television show and more.
It's finally happening. "The Simpsons" will appear in a fall 2014 episode of "Family Guy in which the Griffin family goes on a road trip and ends up in Springfield where the two FOX families collide.
Rob Liefeld has partnered with MMA fighter turned "Haywire" star Gina Carano to develop "Avengelyne" as a film that's being likened to the "Underworld" franchise.
DC Comics has released art from today's All-Access panel, featuring covers and interiors from "Green Arrow," "Injustice," "Forever Evil," "Aquaman" and more.
Last month ROBOT 6 learned Papercutz had signed a deal with wrestling company WWE to produce comics, and today they have the exclusive scoop that Papercutz will be publishing not one but two WWE titles.
Cartoonist Jeffrey Brown visited the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to talk about his latest "Star Wars" kids comic "Jedi Academy," the origins of "Darth Vader and Son" and writing his first movie.
Brian Michael Bendis and a lineup of Marvel's digital leaders gather in San Diego to discuss the future of the publisher's online efforts from Infinite Comics to new video series.
A display for "X-Men: Days of Future Past" at Comic-Con International provides the first glimpse of the mutant-hunting Sentinels from Bryan Singer's upcoming Fox sequel.
Geoff Johns, Jeff Lemire, Gail Simone, Tom Taylor and more join the first DC Comics Panel of Comic-Con International 2013 to share current and future plans for the New 52, Vertigo and more.
Head designer Barnaby Legg discusses the process behind bringing a hybrid Godzilla museum/experience to Comic-Con International for Legendary Entertainment's interactive tribute to the King of the Monsters.
Writers Kelly Sue DeConnick and Christopher Sebela spoke exclusively with CBR about their new "Ghost" ongoing series from Dark Horse Comics, featuring art by Ryan Sook.
Along the with the upcoming "Mad Max" video game from WB Games & Avalanche Studios, DC Entertainment will release a motion comic by "Injustice" writer Tom Taylor & artist Jason Shawn Alexander.
Digital comics publisher Monkeybrain celebrates its second year and its first panel in San Diego with the debut of five titles from Phil Hester, Paul Guinan, the Timony brothers and more.
CBR presents the exclusive debut of the official proof-of-concept teaser for a live-action version of Robert Love and David Walker's "Number 13" sci-fi comic.
Sony Pictures has released a promo clip for its Friday presentation at CCI featuring Jamie Foxx as Electro in the first footage from "The Amazing Spider-Man 2."
At a press conference prior to the opening night of Comic-Con International 2013, DC Entertainment unveiled the final car in the Jim Lee-designed Kia vehicles to be auctioned off to benefit We Can Be Heroes.
Just before boarding the flight to his first ever Comic-Con International, Brett White takes a wild guess at what he'll encounter when he arrives in San Diego. He is unprepared.
Writer Mark Waid speaks about working with Max Brooks and artist Shane Davis on Legendary Comics' upcoming graphic novel, "Shadow Walk," and fields questions on religion and faith.
Writer Steve Niles spoke with CBR about his new "Ash and the Army of Darkness" series launching this November from Dynamite Entertainment, touching on his love of the films and crafting a new, epic Deadite saga.
In a 12-issue series set during the era of the "Salvation" film, J. Michael Straczynski and Pete Woods bring Dark Horse a new take on James Cameron's "Terminator" franchise, focusing on the John Connor/Skynet battle.
On the eve of Comic-Con International, CBR spoke exclusively with creator Francesco Francavilla on how the horror-influenced "Necrologue" raises the stakes for the Black Beetle and Colt City.
As part of its bad guy-focused promotion for Comic-Con and beyond, DC Entertainment has debuted a trailer for the documentary "Necessary Evil," featuring Geoff Johns, Jim Lee, Guillermo del Toro and more.
ABC has set a Tuesday, Sept. 24 premiere for "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," which also has a presence this week at Comic-Con International. Friday's panel promises to reveal the identity of J. August Richards' character.
Vertigo has released the first look at J.H. Williams III's interior art for his and Neil Gaiman's "Sandman: Overture" miniseries, along with the first issue's cover by Dave McKean.
Writer J. Michael Straczynski brings his writing career full circle by returning to Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone" in a new Dynamite series, and JMS tells CBR about the lasting appeal of its twisting ethical stories.