At long last, Warren Ellis conquers the universe. The universe formerly known as the New Universe, that is. He talks to Jonah Weiland about "newuniversal" and Marvel gives readers a first look at pages from the series.
Sunday, Marvel Comics gave CCI attendees a peek into the future of the Marvel Universe.
It's the final big DC panel of the convention and CBR has all the details. Shazam!
On Saturday in San Diego, Augie saw Storm Troopers, Superman, Stan Lee, Sergio Aragones, French comics, 'Five Fists' art, and luckier poker players than he.
Paul shares his tips for hunting Klingons and other cosplayers at assorted conventions.
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It's a big day for "Halo" fans, as Marvel Comics announced a new ongoing comic book series in 2007, and Joe Quesada tells who would win a fight between Wolverine and Master Chief!
IDW Publishing revealed its plans for the next year, including "The Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy," "Adventures in Oz" collections, "Scarface" and much more.
Another day at Comic-Con International, another photo parade. Trains, creators and unfortunate costumes are the highlights. And just how crowded is it?
Chris Morgan is a screenwriter adapting "The Psycho" and "Wanted" for the big screen and shares a bit of the process, as well as the casting choices for Millar's antihero?
The Legion. The New Gods. Kathy Kane. At Comic-Con International, fans learned a bit more from the minds behind DC Comics' "52."
Joe Quesada rocked the mic Saturday in San Diego, answering questions but dropping no mad science.
It's Q&A with DC's biggest talent at Comic-Con, including answers to those questions about Batgirl and Nightwing. Oh, and a little something about new DC animated movies.
Ande Parks and the dreamy Shawn Crystal tell a tale of vengeance on the red planet in "Blood Red," coming in 2007 from Oni.
Image brings Doug "Earthworm Jim" TenNapel's "GEAR" graphic novel back into print in early 2007, featuring a violent war of cats versus dogs. And giant robots.
Stan Lee and Jack Kirby are back together on "Fantastic Four." Wanna know how? Tom Brevoort told us. Updated with art.
Oni Press announced their upcoming plans Saturday, including a comic book adaptation of Stephen Colbert's Tek Janson.
Joe Casey explores Spandex-clad adultery and self-doubt in "Nixon's Pals," an Image graphic novel in bedrooms this October.