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In CBR's final WW Philly report, we cover the Garth Ennis Q&A session held on Sunday, where Garth discussed his new "Battlefields" series, what made DC drop "The Boys" and whether he'll ever return to "The Punisher."
From what attractions drew the biggest crowds to what projects creators are working up, CBR has the full scoop on comings and goings at Wizard World in Philadelphia last weekend.
DC Comics closed out its Wizard World Philly programming Sunday afternoon with Executive Editor Dan DiDio's informal chat with fans. CBR News was on hand for the fun.
Marvel's Your Universe panel took place Sunday afternoon at WW Philly and was a relaxed affair, with Tom Brevoort asking and answering questions from the crowd and Dan Slott leading everyone in a game of Marvel hangman.
The acclaimed writer behind "The Boys" and some of the medium's most shocking and memorable war comics delves into WW2 with a trilogy of tales for Dynamite Entertainment.
Sunday afternoon saw a gathering of some of the biggest names in kid-friendly comics for a discussion and Q&A regarding the topic and challenge of creating comic books with a younger audience in mind.
Christos Gage will pen a three-issue "Secret Invasion" arc on "Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D" beginning with #33. This story is complete with a special warning for the Skrulls to watch out for War Machine.
The Top Cow panel at Wizard World Philly was a treat for fans of the publisher, with Ron Marz, Nelson Blake and other Cow luminaries sharing news about new series, "Pilot Season," not to mention Top Cow's first all-ages title.
Newly announced Marvel Exclusive illustrator Doug Braithwaite is also the secret artist of "Secret Invasion: Thor." We spoke about his new gig and Thor's Led Zep-inspired adventure.
In this in-depth interview, Marvel Comics editor Ralph Macchio discusses with CBR News the publisher's plans for Stephen King's hugely popular "The Stand," to be adapted by writer Roberto Aquirre-Sacasa and artist Mike Perkins.
The Marvel Zombies are back for more brains and carnage, and this time in the Marvel Universe and in continuity. CBR News speaks with writer Fred Van Lente and editor Lauren Sankovitch about the miniseries.
The Vertigo panel at Wizard World Philly saw Editor Bob Schreck and Adam Phillips discuss the imprint's current and future projects including a hint at some possible Michael Kaluta work.
At the Chris Claremont Retrospective panel, the author treated the audience to tales about his early days on X-Men, Jean Grey's (first) resurrection, hints of projects to come and much more.
The Aspen Comics panel at Wizard World Philly was a relaxed affair, with panel members treating the audience to behind the scenes stories, an update on Michael Turner's health and sneak peeks at upcoming projects.
The co-creators of "The Blair Witch Project" team with comics talent to flesh out the life of the rebel pirate in comics form, from his youngest days to his bloodiest battles.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada gave his latest Cup O' Joe panel at Wizard World Philly this Saturday afternoon, talking about "Marvel Zombies 3," Art Adams on "Hulk," "The Stand" coming to Marvel and more.
One man will battle horrors both real and supernatural this September in the pages of the 4-issue miniseries “Dead of Knight: Devil Slayer.” We spoke with the writer of the MAX mini, acclaimed horror novelist Brian Keene.
Wizard World Philly attendees spent Saturday morning hearing stories from Chris Claremont, Peter David, Tom Brevoort and Greg Hildebrandt at the aptly named Legends of Comics panel. UPDATED
CBr's Live coverage of the DCU: Crisis Now! panel at WW Philly is over, but we still have all the news about upcoming DCU events, plans for new series, the fates of various characters and teams and more.
This morning's Dynamite panel at WW Philly featured news about new "The Boys" merchandise, more "Battlestar Galactica," a new "Blackbeard" series from the creators of "The Blair Witch Project" and more.
J.G. Jones gets to the nitty gritty of DC’s summer event and more as he reveals how he swiped his own covers, doodled with Grant Morrison and staged “Final Crisis” #1’s shocking death.
CBR's live reporting from Marvel's Secret Invasion panel at Philly has ended, but we have the scoop on the latest from the Skrull invasion, Doug Braithwaite's exclusive and much, much more.
CBR spoke with co-writer Jeff Parker about September's "Age of the Sentry" mini-series which chronicles unrevealed tales of the Avenger while revering and satirizing Silver Age style storytelling.
Kraven is back! Not from the dead (just yet), but writer Marc Guggenheim introduces the Hunter's heir apparent in a three-issue arc of "Amazing Spider-Man" this July in #565-567.
In September, “Magneto Testament” writer Greg Pak and artist Carmine Di Giandomenico chronicle the horrors Magneto faced growing up in Hitler’s Germany. CBR spoke with Pak about the Marvel Knights miniseries.
The X-Men acquire a new home and destiny as they abandon New York for San Francisco. Editors Axel Alonso and Nick Lowe spill the details in this chat about "Manifest Destiny," the new X-books banner and miniseries.
J.G. Jones, Jimmy Palmiotti and Shane Davis were in attendance as Ian Sattler treated the Philadelphia crowd to teasers about upcoming DCU projects before changing up the presentation to a fan-driven Q&A session.
"Final Crisis" artist J.G. Jones and Senior Story Editor Ian Sattler sat with fans and provided a running director's cut style commentary to an extensive slide show of images from the series' first issue.
Joe Quesada and Jimmy Palmiotti celebrated the 10th anniversary of Marvel Knights this Friday afternoon with a Wizard World Philly audience, reminiscing about the history of the imprint.
CBR's live coverage Marvel's Spider-Man: Brand New Day panel has ended, but we've got all the news from the panel talking about the thrice-monthly title that will shortly introduce a new Kraven.
The coming months will see a number of big things happens in Daniel Way's “Wolverine Origins,” but the biggest has to be “Dark Deception,” a multi-part crossover with “X-Men: Legacy" co-written with Mike Carey.
We've wrapped up our live coverage of the Mondo Marvel panel at Wizard World Philadelphia which featured news on "Deadpool," "Wolverine: Origins," the latest X-News and much more. Updated
Mike Deodato, Jr. takes over as the new regular artist on “Wolverine: Origins” with September’s issue #28. CBR News spoke with him about the book as well as his previous gig, "Thunderbolts!"
When Deadpool’s new series launches in September, he finds himself smack in the middle of “Secret Invasion” with Paco Media handling the art. Writer Daniel Way tells us what makes Deadpool tick.