Five independent creators talk about risking their career on comics, the perils of branching out, and what keeps them going in the industry.
Actors from the hit TV show shared experiences from the set, and Robbie Amell wants to stop dying!
The stars of "iZombie" discussed bringing life to a show about the undead and just how tasty (or not) eating brains can be at Emerald City Comicon.
The rock star/comic book writer spoke in-depth with CBR about his plans for experimental, mature readers takes on "Doom Patrol" and more.
David Walker, Erica Henderson and others discuss and debate the importance of recognizing the comic book industry's growing diversity.
The "Civil War II" team of Brian Michael Bendis & David Marquez discuss the upcoming Marvel event, along with Al Ewing, Kris Anka and C.B. Cebulski.
IDW will bring French-language Disney comics to the US for the first time, starting with a "lost" Mickey story. CBR has the first details.
Cast members, EP Remi Aubuchon, and franchise creators Brian Michael Bendis & Michael Avon Oeming talk the soon-to-debut "Powers" season two.
"Civil War II," "Power Man and Iron Fist," "Darth Vader" and more from Marvel will be up for discussion on Saturday at Emerald City Comicon.
He's best known for playing Matt Murdock's friend and legal partner, and Elden Henson took the ECCC stage to talk "Daredevil" and "Hunger Games."
Jon Bernthal turned heads -- and blew quite a few away -- as the Punisher on "Daredevil" season two, and he talked that and "Walking Dead" at ECCC.
Garth Ennis and Craig Cermak re-team for a new "Red Team" series set on Manhattan's mean streets.
The oversized hardcover will feature rarely seen production art from the video game giant's most iconic titles, interviews and more.
Tim Seeley, David F. Walker and Fernando Dagnino craft "Tarzan On The Planet Of The Apes" for Dark Horse Comics and BOOM! Studios.
King Kong is back in comic books, this time at BOOM! Studios, and CBR News has the first word from writer James Asmus on "Kong of Skull Island."
Less than two weeks after DC's big "Rebirth" reveal, the publisher announced another new initiative -- "Young Animal," headed by Gerard Way.
Jeff Lemire discusses his and Dean Ormston's back-on-track series which explores what happens to superheroes wiped from continuity by a cosmic crisis.
BOOM! will host signings and panels at ECCC and also offer exclusive variants for "Joyride" and "Goldie Vance."