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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.
'80s pop culture touchstones come together later this year when Dynamite crosses the giant robot lions of "Voltron" with sci-fi soap opera "Robotech" for a miniseries lead-in to an all-new Robotech comic.
With Comic-Con International on the horizon, movie studios have unleashed new posters for upcoming films like "Godzilla," "The World’s End," "Carrie" and "300: Rise of an Empire."
The ordinary people with extraordinary powers from NBC's "Heroes" return in a new series from Dynamite. Writer Cullen Bunn spoke with CBR exclusively about the huge twist which gets the story rolling.
Siegel and Shuster Society seeks funds to fix damaged Superman displays in Cleveland! Seven Seas announced three new licenses! Interviews with Brian Clevinger and Jack Katz! And, oh, yeah, Comic-Con!
Howard Chaykin writes and illustrates the adventures of The Shadow for the first time in nearly three decades in Dynamite's "The Shadow: Midnight in Moscow," a new miniseries starring the pulp hero.
The clown villainess of Gotham City turns to her own monthly series as DC Comics launch "Harley Quinn" from co-writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti who share the details of Joker's lady love exclusively with CBR.
The latest expansion of Dynamite's growing crime comics line is "Ex-Con," a series writer Duane Swierczynski tells CBR will test his own history with the genre while digging deep into desperate territory.
Madefire, the innovative digital comics studio, has announced a new partnership with BOOM! Studios, IDW, iTV & Top Cow, as titles from each publisher will be adapted to the company's trademark Motion Book format.
The cutting-edge writer behind books from "Shade The Changing Man" to "X-Statix" brings his work to Dynamite as Peter Milligan explains the reality-warping, Bob Marley-fueled life and death story "Terminal Hero."
Comic-Con International in San Diego attendees can score free posters based on "Thor: The Dark World" and "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" concept art, newly revealed by Marvel.
Jimmy Palmiotti's unkillable tough girl returns to comics via Marvel's creator-owned Icon imprint, and the creator exclusively tells CBR why "Painkiller Jane" is more sexual and personal than she's ever been.
AMC has released Alex Ross' promotional poster image for "The Walking Dead" season four, which will appear at Comic-Con International 2013 in San Diego.
Lionsgate has provided SPINOFF with an "exclusive" poster spotlighting the Demons of Naberius from "I, Frankenstein," the upcoming action thriller starring Aaron Eckhart as Victor Frankenstein's creation.
Gail Simone has assembled an all-star, all-female lineup of writing talent for Dynamite's "Legends of Red Sonja," a miniseries celebrating the character's 40th anniversary. Marjorie Liu discussed her involvement with CBR.
CBR spoke with "Iron Man" writer Kieron Gillen about November's "Iron Metropolitan" arc which finds Tony Stark back on Earth, redefining the idea of future living and operating in the shadow of the Mandarin.
Fans wondering what James Robinson's next move will be got their answer today as Dynamite Entertainment has announced "Grand Passion," a new series from the Eisner-winning writer, marrying crime, romance and comics.
Steve Niles and Dennis Calero relaunch the horror/action comedy "Army of Darkness" for Dynamite, sending Ash Williams on all-new adventures in the Middle Ages.
Before Comic-Con International in San Diego begins next week, companies like Hasbro, Bif Bang Pow and Kotobukiya revealed their final wave of exclusives! Plus, new items from Star Wars, Doctor Who & "The Hobbit" lore.
A new domain registration and online rumors point to Fox announcing plans next week at Comic-Con International to expand the X-Men cinematic universe with a new "X-Force" movie.
With Comic-Con International: San Diego fast approaching, Ron Marz recounts one of the more... bizarre experiences he's ever had a convention featuring an unexpected dinner guest.
As Comic-Con International 2013 approaches, writer Andrew Hope spoke exclusively with CBR News about his return to comics after a 10-year absence to construct "Fantomex MAX" for Marvel Comics.
Dark Horse announces "Lone Wolf and Cub" writer as guest of honor! British Comic Awards names judging panel! Jim Lee on Superman's hair! Grant Morrison on life after Batman! How much does $2.99 get you? Plus more!
Comic-Con International is just around the corner, and as the masses begin to make their way to sunny San Diego, TOYING AROUND takes a look at the best toys to be offered exclusively at the biggest show of the summer.
Marvel Studios and Sony have confirmed their Comic-Con International plans, which include previews of "Thor: The Dark World," "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" and "RoboCop."
AMC has released a special Comic-Con International 2013 banner featuring the main cast, teasing things to come -- including Michonne on a horse and more Tyreese.
Hasbro's new line-up of Star Wars figures, "The Big Bang Theory" Pop! Vinyl collectibles & DC's Comic-Con International exclusive "Batman '66" #1 toy cover highlight this week's edition of TOYING AROUND.