Comic creators Bryan Lee O'Malley, Leslie Hung, Ron Wimberly, Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel and Steven T. Seagle offer insight into their upcoming works from Image Comics.
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Jason Aaron, Chynna Clugston Flores, Antony Johnston and other creators shared more details about their just-announced Image Comics projects.
A panel of writers discuss the ins and outs of creator-owned comics without limits including James Robinson, Alex de Campi and Brian K. Vaughan.
Creators from Jamie McKelvie to Skottie Young to Emi Lenox discuss how their discovered their unique style and pushing their comics forward.
Fans turned out en masse to help celebrate the release of "Seconds" when Bryan Lee O'Malley spent the day at San Francisco's Isotope Comic Lounge.
Some of the industry's most irreverent and colorful creators gathered at Image Expo to share what lured them into creating comics and what keeps them pushing forward.
CBR News reports from San Francisco where Batkid, aka Miles Scott, saved his fellow Gotham City residents from costumed villainy.
At Comic-Con International the four main creative minds behind "Batman: the Animated Series," Paul Dini, Eric Radomski, Alan Burnett and Bruce Timm, gathered to reflect on their experience with the fan-favorite show.
A who's who of filmmakers and composers assembled at this year's Comic-Con International to discuss the role played by music and sound design in modern superhero movies and television series.
2013 Comic-Con special guest Bruce Timm was awarded this year's Inkpot Award. The animation legend also fielded questions from fans, and discussed the WB Animation projects he's currently involved with.
A star-studded panel of guests, including actors Wayne Brady and Orlando Jones, discussed comic books, breaking ground across different mediums and the importance of taking creative initiatives.
Showrunners Michael Jelenic & Aaron Horvath and voice actors Greg Cipes and Khary Payton were joined by WB Animation's Sam Register to discuss the latest animated incarnation of the teen heroes.
Creators Jimmy Palmiotti, Brian Schirmer and Kraig Rasmussen discussed Kickstarter as a means of self-publishing and the value of networking with other creators during their WonderCon panel.