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The DC All Access 101 panel discussed upcoming DC Entertainment releases from DC Comics titles to cartoons, video games and their expanding TV universe.
A book that looks at Charles Schulz as an artist, Derf Backderf's "My Friend Dahmer" follow-up and Eddie Pittman's "Red's Planet" were unveiled at the Abrams panel.
Wonder Woman was the talk of Comic-Con International, with 149K Twitter mentions following the debut of Gal Gadot in costume.
CBR News spoke with Grant Morrison in San Diego to discuss long in-the-works project "The Multiversity," and its place in the comics industry.
Creator John Logan and the cast of "Penny Dreadful" revealed their plans for the second season of Showtime's hit horror series.
Jim Lee is turning 50, and to celebrate the always popular artist gave away, hid or stuffed fifty sketches into SDCC attendees' bags.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige gave an inside look at what lies ahead for the superheroic landscape, from "Ant-Man" to "Avengers 3" and beyond..
Jessica Alba, Josh Brolin and Rosario Dawson joined the co-directors of the "Sin City" sequel to discuss the film and the importance of seeing Frank Miller smile.
The horror filmmaker was joined by Carlton Cuse, Chuck Hogan and the stars of the FX thriller to discuss their hunt for "biologically believable vampires."
Check out the highlights so far of CBR's Comic-Con film coverage; James Gunn discusses the underdog nature of "Guardians of the Galaxy" & more.
Editor Carlos Guzman discusses IDW's plans for turning "Shadow Show," the Ray Bradbury tribute anthology, into a comic by Neil Gaiman, Joe Hill, Harlan Ellison & more.
Superior Marvel writer Dan Slott examines his comic book career, from "Arkham" to "Amazing," and reveals his favorite stories that never saw print.
The 1970s put the Dark back into the Dark Knight, and Mark Evanier, Neal Adams, Denny O'Neil and more gathered in San Diego to look at the pivotal decade.
"Age of Ultron's" Paul Bettany gave a glimpse of what to expect of his take on the Vision as he upgrades from J.A.R.V.I.S. at Comic-Con 2014.
The stars and producers of the "Game of Thrones" fielded questions about death, the novels and George R.R. Martin's reputation as a character-killer.
Brian Michael Bendis joins CBR TV for a lengthy discussion about "Powers'" journey to TV, his X-Men work and why he doesn't like to squash rumors.
At Comic-Con International presentation, Cartoon Hangover unveiled a first look at "Bee and PuppyCat: The Series" and the new short "Manly"
Dennis Hopeless tells CBR News about launching a new "Spider-Woman" ongoing in the midst of "Spider-Verse" and Jessica Drew's role in the event.
Woodrow McCord defended Earth against alien threats prior to Nick Fury, and Jason Latour tells CBR about his origin story in the "Original Sin Annual.
John Layman takes over Marvel's "Cyclops" in October and tells CBR his plans for the cosmic adventure series starring a teen Scott Summers and the Starjammers.
Charles Soule isn't done with Wolverine's world after his death -- he's exploring the further ramifications with a new "Weapon X Program" miniseries.
Mark Waid talks writing a "full-on, in-continuity Marvel Universe version" of Agent Phil Coulson and crew in the newly announced "S.H.I.E.L.D." ongoing series.
From Legendary's "Skull Island" to Mark Waid writing a "S.H.I.E.L.D." series and R'as al Ghul in "Arrow - what's the biggest news from the final day of SDCC?
While the final day of Comic-Con is upon us, it's never too late to check out all the news from the past few days about your favorite comics, movies & more.
The "Django/Zorro" crossover team of Quentin Tarantino, Reginald Hudlin, and Matt Wagner join Nick Barrucci to celebrate ten years of Dynamite.
"My name is Max," Tom Hardy says in the first look at George Miller’s film. "My world is fire and blood."
Joshua Williamson & Mike Henderson's "Nailbiter" welcomes Brian Michael Bendis back to Image -- as a comic book writer researching serial killers.
Mark Waid will write a TV-inspired "S.H.I.E.L.D." series, Charles Soule will explore "The Weapon X Program," plus more from Sunday at Comic-Con.
Scott McCloud shared his thoughts on understanding stories, making graphic novels, and the upcoming publication of his latest project, "The Sculptor."
An unproduced Two-Face starring script by Harlan Ellison is set be adapted for DC Comics' "Batman ’66" digital-first series
Robert Kirkman and creators from his Skybound imprint including Joshua Williamson and Khary Randolph talk about their latest projects at Comic-Con International.
Jack Black and director Rob Letterman discussed their adaptation of R.L. Stine’s books, while Chris Columbus offered a peek at his video games-come-to-life comedy.
Vertigo's panel brought fans up to date on current favorites while offering glimpses at what lies ahead for the acclaimed imprint.
At Comic-Con International, Skybound Entertainment premiered the teaser trailer for the Robert Kirkman-produced sci-fi thriller "Air."
With "Star Wars" back at Marvel, Mark Waid talks working with Terry Dodson on a solo "Princess Leia" miniseries, set directly after Episode IV.
Legendary Pictures teased Rodan, Mothra, and Ghidorah for the Godzilla sequel, and set a November 2016 release date for a King Kong movie.
"Ragnarok" creator Walter Simonson & "Super Secret Crisis War" writer Louise Simonson talk about creative problem solving and their 40 years together.
Warner Bros. Television's new Comic-Con trailer for "Constantine" may win over a few skeptics.
New footage revealed at Comic-Con International indicates that the third season's primary antagonist has ties to Dark Knight ties.
Mark Millar moderated the panel for the film adaptation of his action-packed comic, which is eager to make its mark on the spy movie genre.