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Batman turns 75, and party guests include Neal Adams, Jim Lee, Geoff Johns, Frank Miller, Grant Morrison, Denny O'Neil, and Scott Snyder. CBR has LIVE updates throughout the panel.
Image Comics, Dynamite Entertainment, Monkeybrain Comics and more join comiXology's just announced DRM-free backup program.
Paramount Pictures brings its upcoming slate of films to Comic-Con International.
The latest image from "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" features a portrait of Ben Affleck as the Dark Knight.
DC Comics' digital division brings the talent behind its digital-first comics, including Marc Guggenheim, Kyle Higgins, Cat Staggs and more.
Fox is bringing even more comic-book flair to "Gotham" with a series of "Who’s Who in the DC Universe"-style character images.
Nickelodeon has unexpectedly pulled the final five episodes of "Legend of Korra" Season 3 from its broadcast schedule, deciding instead to stream them online.
The cape and cowl to be donned by Ben Affleck in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is on display at DC Comics' Comic-Con booth.
Hulk Hogan vs. Stone Cold and more dream matches are happening in the "WWE Superstars" comic, and co-writer Shane Riches tells CBR about it.
A wave of Ultrons threatens to overwhelm the heroes in two new promo posters for Joss Whedon's "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Mike Mignola explains to CBR how the new team book explores Hellboy's life in the 1950s and the ever changing shape of the character's world.
Rick Remender talks to CBR about "Tokyo Ghost," his new Image Comics series with Sean Murphy, about a dystopian city of technology run amok.
Marvel has revealed two Comic-Con 2014 exclusive "Avengers: Age of Ultron" posters featuring Iron Man and the Scarlet Witch surrounded by Ultron.
Following 12 announcement at Image Expo, Image Comics has provided previews of new series including "Tokyo Ghost," "Drifter" and more.
With "Spawn" headed to a major anniversary, Todd McFarlane shares plans with CBR on Al Simmons' return, and a new creative team for the series.
Ahead of this weekend's Hall H presentation at SDCC, Marvel Studios has debuted concept art from its upcoming "Ant-Man" movie.
The superstar creative team deliver the sequel to their Batman origin with a little Killer Croc to help kick things off.
Less than a week after claiming five new dates for untitled releases, taking its film slate to 2019, Marvel has added one more.
With tons of pre-show announcements and the firs stories trickling in from Preview Night, CBR invites you to check out our complete SDCC news index.
Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen tell CBR News about "Descender," their creator-owned sci-fi epic about a robot boy announced today at Image Expo.
Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson's keynote speech emphasizes the importance of creator-owned over the concept of creator-driven.
The Justice League and Swamp Thing guest star in the first penciled pages from Meredith and David Finch's take on DC Comics' "Wonder Woman."
Kurt Busiek and Ben Dewey unleash "Tooth and Claw" in November, a mature readers tale about wizards, gods, con women and heroes.
Image Comics Publisher Eric Stephenson addressed fans and retailers, and CBR has all the details from the announcement-filled presentation.
Every year, SDCC announcements kick off earlier and earlier. Which of this year's big pre-show reveals has you buzzing the most?
The CW has debuted the first photo of star Colton Haynes as Arsenal, Roy Harper's costumed identity on the third season of "Arrow."
After debuting as a self-published property at SDCC 2013, actress Evangeline Lilly brings her completed creepy children's book to Titan Books in 2014.
Geof Darrow discusses his upcoming reprints of "Bourbon Thret," "Big Guy and Rusty" and "Shaolin Cowboy," and reflects on his long career in comics.
Explosive comic-book terrorist Plastique will debut in the first season of The CW’s "Arrow spinoff, "The Flash."
Popular BBC America series "Orphan Black" makes the leap to comic books next year at IDW Publishing, with no further details revealed.
Ray Fawkes discusses his Valiant debut on "Archer & Armstrong: The One Percent," a one-shot highlighting the series' richest Sect.
The first collaborative series between Dynamite and the Edgar Rice Burroughs estate will feature a writer familiar to "John Carter of Mars."
Over 15 years, cartoonist Mimi Pond turned the story of one Oakland diner into a dissection of the "moral swamp" of the 1970s.
"Fight Club" sequel artist Cameron Stewart breaks down the first teaser image and discusses his excitement at working on the long-awaited comic book project.
Ron Marz, Mike Bowden & David Baldeon talk turning Activision's "Skylanders" into a comic, confirm its ties to the upcoming "Trap Team" & more.
In a pre-Comic-Con announcement, Dynamite has revealed that it plans to publish new adventures of legendary creator Will Eisner's "The Spirit."
Mondo CEO Justin Ishmael discusses the poster, record and VHS company's move into the world of collectibles.
This week at Comic-Con in San Diego, Man of Action's Steven T. Seagle will unveil "The Bus: A Camp Midnight Mini," limited to 1,000 copies.
In 2015, Chuck Palahniuk will continue the story of "Fight Club" in a 10-issue Dark Horse Comics maxiseries with art by Cameron Stewart.