Acclaimed cartoonist Derf Backderf spoke at C2E2 about his most recent work, "My Friend Dahmer," a memoir looking back at his high school friendship with notorious serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.
Excitement and enthusiasm filled the room during the 2000 AD panel at C2E2 as creators and fans discussed and debated the iconic status of Judge Dredd, the anniversary of Slaine and upcoming projects.
IDW's Greatest Panel in History at the Chicago Comics and Entertainment Expo, showcased a number of licensed books and creator owned series to come in 2013.
Co-creators John Layman and Rob Guillory gathered in front of a packed house at C2E2 to talk about their hit Image comic, its roots, their favorite moments and where the series is headed next.
Fan-favorite creator Brian Wood discussed his vast library of work during a panel at C2E2, covering everything from "Star Wars" & "Conan" to "The Massive" & "X-Men" and beyond.
The panel on interactive graphic storytelling at C2E2 began and ended with dramatic demonstrations of futuristic storytelling tools, as a variety of artists explained why working digitally is the way to go.
Dark Horse Comics hosted their 2013 Spring Fever Panel at C2E2, announcing a slew of projects including new horror comics, "Star Wars" developments, "Itty Bitty Hellboy" and more.
Patton Oswalt hosted a Q&A with fans on Saturday, answering questions about his dream Avengers team, how to make it as a stand-up comedian and where to dine in Chicago.
A Q&A session with "Batman" stars Burt Ward and Julie Newmar brought good humor, a touch of the risque and a few interesting revelations about the fan-favorite '60s television show.
At C2E2, Gazillion Entertainment announced the long-awaited Marvel Heroes game hits Windows-based computers for a free open beta weekend tied to the release of "Iron Man 3."
With the announcement of "Locke & Key: Alpha" at C2E2 2013, CBR spoke with "Locke & Key" artist Gabriel Rodriguez about what fans can expect from the final chapter of the series.
Peter David promises a fitting farewell for Madrox, Guido, Shatterstar and company as the writer wraps ten years worth of stories when he says goodbye to "X-Factor" this September.
CBR News spoke with writer Jason Aaron about his next big arc of "Thor: God of Thunder," which sends his title character on a hunt through the Nine Realms for treacherous Dark Elf ruler Malekith the Accursed.
In a relaxed and informal Q&A, writer J. Michael Straczynski bantered with fans about his new Studio JMS venture, Babylon 5, and his work on "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "Superman: Earth One."
The core of the Marvel Universe got its final spotlight in Chicago at the Marvel Next Big Thing panel as Kieron Gillen, Joshua Fialkov, David Marquez and more dropped new story ideas and announced the next arc of Jason Aaron's "Thor."
The children of the atom show Chicago their next mutation as X-Men creators Brian Wood, Paul Cornell and more break news on a new X-event called "Battle of the Atom," Wolverine becoming "Killable," the end of "X-Factor" and more.
CBR News Spoke with "Wolverine" writer Paul Cornell about his upcoming arc "Killable," which begins in August and finds the healing factor-less title character up against a horde of deadly enemies.
In August, "Avengers Arena" writer Dennis Hopeless kicks off "Boss Level," a new story arc that changes the series' paradigm, offering the captive teens a shot at their captor, the recently powered-up Arcade.
CBR News spoke with new ongoing "Thunderbolts" writer Charles Soule and his editor Jordan D. White about their plans for the series, which include an upcoming tie-in to the event series "Infinity."