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CSBG's Sonia Harris went to WonderCon this past week and she's back with ten observations she took from the event, all in addition to publicly noting her own inability to follow the very con-going rules she set just last month!
IDW senior editor and first time writer, Bob Schreck is joined by artists Nate Van Dyke and Tom Yeates to discuss the upcoming comic "Jurassic Park: Redemption" as well as future "Jurassic Park" projects.
David Finch joined WonderCon attendees to discuss his recent move from Marvel to DC Comics, hold an impromptu art critique with his tiniest fan, reveal his dream inter-company character team-up and more.
Colleen Doran was joined at her WonderCon panel by writer Derek McCulloch to discuss their upcoming graphic novel "Gone to Amerikay," as well as the ending to "A Distant Soil" and the possibility of an ADS movie.
Marvel's recently promoted vice president-executive editor discussedall things Marvel at WonderCon, including event fatigue, "Second Coming," Marvel's movie slate, the Disney buyout and, of course, Deadpool.
The cast and crew of "Kick-Ass" took to the stage at WonderCon, along with co-creator John Romita Jr., to discuss the movie, the character of Hit-Girl, Red Mist's car, the possibility of a sequel and more.
Publisher Dan Vado talked about upcoming comic book projects at Slave Labor Graphics, discussed Diamond Comics and comics distribution and touched on SLG's Free Comic Book Day plans during his WonderCon panel.
The Executive Producer of FOX's "Human Target," the hit action series based on the DC Comics character, treated WonderCon attendees to a screening of the season finale and a Q&A with the show's cast.
DC Comics' brightest stars answered fans' questions about the futures of their favorite characters at WonderCon during the DCU Editorial Presentation, including word on Green Arrow, Batwoman and more.
Father and son Joe and Adam Kubert discuss the history, curriculum and importance that their New Jersey institution The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art has on the comic book community.
DC's Chief Creative Officer was in the hot seat as Geoff Johns spent an hour talking up the "Green Lantern" film, teasing "Batman: Earth One" and not answering questions about "Blackest Night #8." Plus: Larfleeze!
Archaia was out in force at WonderCon 2010, where Stephen Christy and Mel Caylo, joined by many of the publisher's writers and artists, discussed upcoming projects, from "Fraggle Rock" to Mouse Guard" and beyond.
Judd Winick took to the stage at WonderCon and discussed his career, from his beginnings in a college paper to his current successes, including the official announcement of the imminent return of Barry Ween.
"Chuck" fans got a sneak-peek at tonight's episode, plus a bit more information that some might have wanted about the show's stars and their bowel movements, at the Sunday WonderCon panel.
James Robinson talks about writing for DC Comics, revealing new information about the Justice League, including their new, permanent lineup and the ramifications to be felt from "War of The Supermen."
The husband-and-wife team of "Power Girl" met with fans at WonderCon to discuss their exit from the DC Comics title, their working relationship, the nature of a two-income comics household, and what they're up to next.
Courtesy of Oni Press, CBR brings you an exclusive preview of "Polly and the Pirates" Vol. 2 by creator Ted Naifeh and new illustrator Robbi Rodriguez, on sale in early 2011.
The outgoing "Wonder Woman" writer met with fans in San Francisco for a WonderCon panel detailing her beginnings in the comics industry to her newest gig, re-launching DC's "Birds of Prey" in June.
Actors Jake Gyllenhaal and Nicolas Cage highlighted a celebrity-studded WonderCon panel that lifted the curtain on upcoming Disney films “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time,” “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” and “Toy Story 3.”
The father-son powerhouse of Joe and Andy Kubert met with fans in San Francisco to discuss their careers, inspirations and family life in the comics business during a Saturday panel at WonderCon. CBR was there.
A beloved Star Wars character will star in a three-episode arc to end the latest season of Lucasfilm and Cartoon Network's "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," and CBR News was at WonderCon to find out more.
Secrets were revealed at WonderCon about the arsenal of dark and twisted films slated for release by Warner Bros. this year, including first looks at “Inception,” “Nightmare on Elm Street,” “The Losers,” and “Splice.”
“The Eleventh Hour,” the first episode of the revived “Doctor Who’s” fifth season played to an excited WonderCon audience Saturday. The episode features Matt Smith as the Doctor, the eleventh actor to play the part.
Saturday afternoon at WonderCon saw "Parker" and "New Frontier" creator Darwyn Cooke talk about his work, making Ed Brubaker rewrite the end of "Catwoman," and what it'd take to get him to draw superheroes again.
Director Sylvain White and actors Chris Evans, Oscar Jaenada, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Zoe Saldana, and Columbus Short from the upcoming "Losers" film shared their thoughts at WonderCon.
At WonderCon, Geoff Johns, Judd Winick, James Robinson and host of other DC talent shined a light on upcoming storylines as “Brightest Day” begins, including news of returning heroes, the JLI reborn, and one JLA member’s upcoming romance.
Erik Larsen, Steven T. Seagle, Joe Casey, Richard Starkings, Frank Cho and Jonathan Ross met with fans at WonderCon to discuss the next batch of projects from Image Comics, and CBR was there.
Top DC Comics writers Geoff Johns, Jimmy Palmiotti, Gail Simone, and more share details of their creative writing process during a Saturday panel at WonderCon, also revealing their remedies for writers’ block.
Groo creators Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier met with fans at WonderCon in San Francisco to talk about their careers, "Mad Magazine," a memorable encounter with Johnny Carson, and what might happen when Groo meets Conan.
CBR News was in San Francisco for the WonderCon debut of ABC's killer new show "Happy Town," described by its creators as a cross between Stephen King and "Twin Peaks."
CBR spoke with writers Marc Andreyko, David Lapham, and Paul Tobin about their tie-ins to Robert Rodriguez's "Predators." Dark Horse has a prelude, film adaptation and sequel miniseries lined up, and we have the details.
WonderCon came to a wild start for "Tron" fans on Friday, when 42 Entertainment launched "Flynn Lives," a viral marketing project in support of the hotly anticipated "Tron Legacy." CBR was there.
Announced at WonderCon, "Nixon's Pals" collaborators Joe Casey and Chris Burnham are reuniting for "Officer Downe," a new one-shot from Image Comics. CBR spoke with Casey to learn more about the project.
Potty-mouthed filmmaker and comics writer Kevin Smith returned to WonderCon Friday after several years' absence with a cache of raunchy tales of sex, drugs and comic books.
CBR caught up with Steven T. Seagle to discuss his new Image Comics children's book "Frankie Stein," two new hardcover collections of "The Crusades," and plenty more. UPDATED with more art!
Greg Rucka opens up about his career in comics in a fun, laidback panel at Wondercon 2010, sharing the good and the bad, his novel writing process, and what it takes for a male writer to write a female character.
At WonderCon Friday, artist Ethan Van Sciver candidly discussed his career first as an independent creator working on "Cyber Frog" all the way to "Green Lantern" at DC Comics, as well as upcoming work with Gail Simone.
Dark Horse's Randy Stradley and Jeremy Atkins discussed the publisher's upcoming projects Friday at WonderCon, including multiple doses of "Serenity," "Predators," and "Star Wars," as well as the Buffy Season 8" finale and more.
Genre screenwriter Gary Whitta geeked out with the WonderCon crowd Friday, relating his artistic struggle to bring "The Book of Eli" to the big screen, embarrassing moments with Denzel Washington, and more.