The weekend news from San Diego gets summed up with tons of news on the Last Son of Krypton, Marvel's merry mutants, Joss Whedon's labor of love, Fez' first feature film, Alan Moore's treatise on terrorism, Eva Mendes meeting the geeks, Will Eisner's witty hero coming to life and much more.
Joel Silver clears up misconceptions that Alan Moore would play nicely with his latest adaptation, Zak Penn clears up some rumors floating around Westchester, Aaron Magruder comes to Adult Swim and Bryan Singer has faith in his lead actor, all in today's look at links, legends and lies.
Marvel's Editor-In-Chief Joe Quesada has signed a multi-year contract extension with Marvel Comics, the publisher announced today, and will also assume the role of Chief Creative Officer, Publishing.
The recently made Marvel exclusive writer Greg Pak has been announced as the writer of the upcoming "Battlestar Galactica" comic for Dynamite Entertainment.
Rich takes a look at DC's next weekly comic called "52," updates where "Sleeper" lays in the world of Hollywood, a "V for Vendetta" movie script review, pick yourself up a bit of Dreamwave, signs of a cow and much more.
Saturday afternoon Warner Bros. gave fans their first look at footage from next summer's highly anticipated film "Superman Returns" starring Brandon Routh. So, how did it look? Check inside.
Marvel Comics has announced that the celebrated author of "Caught Stealing" and "Six Bad Things," Charlie Huston, will bring the character Moon Knight back to comics shops monthly beginning in February of 2006.
DC Comics has released their solicitation text and cover images for comics and product shipping in October of 2005.
Augie finishes up his daily con reports with a look at Sunday, including yet another delayed flight. Even on the fourth day of Comic-Con International , there's something new to be found.
A large crowd turned out to hear superstar artist Jim Lee dish about the creation of his latest project, "All-Star Batman and Robin, the Boy Wonder," at the DC All-Stars panel at CCI. Lee fielded questions from fans and gave some insight into the book.
Saturday is now over at Comic-Con International and you know what that means -- LOTS of costumed people! A total of 85 photos were snapped Saturday afternoon and they're ready for your viewing enjoyment. Movie stars, rock stars, costumed cuties, wacky weirdos and a whole bunch of creators round out Saturday's Photo Parade.