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"The Walking Dead's" Daryl has boarded Wizard's three-night cruise, traveling from Miami to the Bahamas, December 2-5.
Frank Miller wanted to write a Superman story, Clive Barker launched his own line of comics and Jim Lee debuts "Deathblow" in 1993.
CSBG continues its deep dive into classic issues of "Wizard," with a Rob Liefeld interview, early Hollywood/comics news and Princess Di trading cards.
Graphic novels could be considered for prestigious Man Booker Prize! Former "Wizard" staffer Marc Wilkofsky passes away. Wrapping up Thought Bubble! Palmiotti and Gray talk "Retrovirus"! Plus much more!
In a battle over the name to Wizard World's just wrapped "Toronto Comic Con," a $500,000 suit from Fan Expo owner Hobby Star highlights the growing issues of how unique the term "Comic Con" is and who can use it where.
Post-Gareb Shamus, Wizard World looks to mend fences! Image Expo adds more creators to February convention lineup! Brian Wood talks "Channel Zero" and "The Massive"! Plus much more!
Tis the season, so Augie's looking back at "The Last Christmas" and some Santa Claus trading cards. Also this week, one company stops short of innovating digital comics while one creator takes a stance against digital.
Dwayne McDuffie's website to be overhauled to reflect legacy of late writer! Wizard hires new online editor! An ethnography of New York Comic Con! Plus much more!
Wizard has announced that rather than go head to head with other shows in New York, New England and New Jersey, they will be rescheduling their planned Northeastern conventions. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Catching up after the newly-packed fall con season, CBR presents a look at the revamped Big Apple Comic-Con from Jill Pantozzi, who donned her Red Lantern costume once more.
Three pieces of news from last week help push comics down the digital distribution road - Augie shares his thoughts on the trio of moves. Plus, Bruce Timm played Comics Critic all the way back in 1982, and we have the art to prove it.
With the 2010 convention calendar looking to be the most competitive in years, the Reed Exhibitions VP weighs in on how dueling New York cons won't change his game plan much at all.
What comics art lacks most today, and what it needs the most; this week's Congressional sneak attack, why, and what you can do about it; fun with the Bible, in comics and other places; plus APE, San Diego cosplay, and more
Wizard Conventions has announced their latest convention offering to be held at the Anaheim Convention Center in Southern California April 16th-18th, 2010.
Following Wizard's purchase of the Big Apple Comic-Con, Wizard Entertainment CEO Gareb Shamus has expanded his convention operations with the acquisition of the Paradise Toronto Comicon.
Life changes us all. This week, Augie begins what was once an Unthinkable Task: purging his comic collection. Why? How? Also, what's going on at Wizard now? And did "Clock Maker" beat "Wednesday Comics" to the punch by six years?
In the latest blow to the beleaguered Wizard Magazine, CBR News learned the company has laid off seven more employees today, including staff writers and Sr. VP Operations Joe Yanarella.