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Peter David regaled an audience of fans with tales of his career, from why he left "Incredible Hulk" to the end of "X-Factor" and a hint of more mutant madness in his future, while giving an update on his recent stroke.
Marvel Studios put their video game slate in the cross hairs at New York Comic Con to discuss new games for the Avengers and Spider-Man, Deadpool's zany solo adventure, more pinball and more.
Brian Wood headlined his own New York Comic Con panel spotlighting the writer's current and upcoming work at Dark Horse Comics, including "The Massive," "Conan" and "Star Wars."
During New York Comic Con writers and editors including Peter David, Axel Alonso, Stuart Moore, Alisa Kwitney and Marie Javins assembled to discuss Marvel's line of prose novels based on popular storylines from the comic books.
At his Avatar spotlight panel at New York Comic Con, Garth Ennis revealed his newest project, a series of live-action "Crossed" webisodes that he will both write and direct, followed by a feature film.
Thanos has taken many roles throughout the years, from diabolical villain to unlikely hero. With his recent return to the spotlight in Marvel Studios' "The Avengers," CBR looks inside the twisted mind of the Mad Titan.
Is a Thunder God by any other name still the Son Of Odin? "Thor" hits theaters this weekend, and in honor of the occasion, CBR News takes a look at his changing alter-egos, powers and costumes throughout the years.
CBR News spoke with veteran writer Tom DeFalco about his return to Archie Comics after nearly 40 years, and how in his hands, America's favorite carrot-top could wind up giving Jack Bauer a run for his money.
In February, the Hero Initiative will publish "The Invincible Gene Colan", a retrospective covering the career of one of the legends of the comics industry. CBR News spoke with Colan about the project and the long career that led up to it.
Ed Hannigan, one of the artistic mainstays of Marvel's Bullpen of the '70s and '80s, suffers from multiple sclerosis. CBR spoke with Hero Initiative's Jim McLauchlin about Ed's situation and their upcoming "Ed Hannigan: Covered."
This October, writer J.M. DeMatteis returns to one of the best-loved characters from the Clone Saga, the damaged Peter Parker clone known as Kaine. CBR spoke with DeMatteis about the character, his return to Marvel and more.
Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, the creative team behind "Preacher" and "The Punisher", were on hand last weekend at Wizard World Philadelphia for a look back at their careers and collaborations.
Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner, the writer/artist couple behind DC's "Power Girl" were on hand Saturday to discuss their projects past and present, and give the audience insights into what it takes to make it as a comics pro.
Director of publicity Jeremy Atkins and editor Shawna Gore spoke with WonderCon attendees about what's coming up at Dark Horse with Star Wars, future webcomic collections, movie adaptations and more.
Barry Levine hosted a panel comprised of a who's who of Radical's creators, featuring new series announcements, previews and news from Steve Niles, Rick Remender, Steve Pugh, Arthur Suydam & more.
At Dynamite's NYCC panel, publisher Nick Barrucci was joined by a group of Dynamite creators to talk about upcoming projects, announce that more $1 comics are on the way and tell the full story behind Ash vs Freddy vs Jason.
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.
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.