In a panel this past weekend at Emerald City ComiCon, C.B. Cebulski, Colleen Coover, Jeff Parker and Christina Strain agreed: the easy way to a Marvel Comics career is to work really, really hard.
DC Comics Senior Story Editor Ian Sattler filled in for Dan Didio, leading Emerald City ComiCon attendees and writers Eric Trautmann and James Robinson in a wandering, freeform conversation.
At Emerald City ComiCon this past weekend, veteran writer and BOOM! EiC Mark Waid led a crowd in an unpredictable discussion extending beyond his hero-gone-bad series "irredeemable."
This weekend's Emerald City ComiCon, a panel of Superman all-stars including Geoff Johns, James Robinson, and Greg Rucka sent the hero off to war, and a key writer let slip about what lies ahead for the League.
To wrap the Emerald City ComiCon, Marvel Comics E-i-C Joe Quesada rocked out to songs about video games and comic books alongside the nerd rock duo, and CBR has a full photo parade!
Between Hitler Hunters, God's leg-breaker and Darkwing Duck, BOOM! Studios set out to prove they had books for anyone and everyone under the sun at 2010's Emerald City ComiCon.
In a discussion with BOOM! Studios' Ross Richie and Mark Waid, the Man Who Made Marvel gave con-goers quips, comebacks, and some tidbits of good advice on how to succeed in comics while really, really trying.
Before a galaxy of fervent fans, the "Star Trek" science officer peered into his blue viewfinder at Emerald City ComiCon to reminisce about a career worth being thankful for.
Joe Quesada brings his trademark Q&A to Seattle along with some of Marvel's biggest writers, sharing advice, wit, and a teaser or two on projects from "Marvelman" to "Spider-Woman" with folks in the northwest.
In the face of technical delays and a small audience, WildStorm's Ben Abernathy lead a panel of including Kurt Busiek and Darick Robertson, in an expansive overview of the the WildStorm line including news on "Astro City," "Gen13" and more.
Image had lots of news to share with attendees of the ECCC, including a not-so-funny animal story, the return of two heroes, and an introduction to the newest member of the Image family. Plus, exclusive art!
Saturday at Emerald City ComiCon, DC's Ian Sattler, Geoff Johns, and more answered fans questions about "Brightest Day," plastic rings, legacy heroes, and kitchen appliances at the northwest's largest con.
Joe Quesada, Ed Brubaker, Brian Michael Bendis, and the whole Marvel crew tackled questions, controversies, and rolled out some surprises during their appearance at this year's Emerald City ComiCon.
Eager Emerald City ComiCon fans vault a whole spectrum of questions at the teams behind DC's Green Lantern books, revealing spoilers for a "Brightest Day" DCU while a surprise guest squeezes some potentially juicy info out of Geoff Johns.
Top Cow kicks off the Emerald City ComiCon with creators from Phil Hester to William Harms dropping some unexpected announcements regarding the creative team of "The Darkness," the publisher's next big crossover and more.
CBR spoke with "Hack/Slash" creator Tim Seeley about today's announcement that Cassie Hack, Vlad and the others will be relocating from Devil's Due to Image, starting with an all-new miniseries titled "My First Maniac."
Darkwing Duck is on the attack again in June, courtesy of BOOM! Studios. CBR News spoke with writer Ian Brill about the unique cartoon from the early '90s and his plans for the first four-issue miniseries.
The Pacific Northwest's biggest con is running all weekend long and features all kinds of surprises, including a concert that you've gotta see to believe!