Aspen's Frank Mastromauro and Vince Hernandez explain Aspen's upcoming 10-for-10 initiative for the publisher's tenth anniversary in 2013, introducing 10 new series over 10 months.
Writer/Creator David Wohl gave CBR News the lowdown on the return of "Executive Assistant Iris" in a new miniseries, while also revealing her role in Aspen's big summer event "The Hitlist Agenda."
Aspen Comics returned to WonderCon with new announcements to share, including three "Executive Assistant Iris" spinoff series, a deal with Hollywood director McG and more. UPDATED with a new art gallery.
Aspen Comics came to Comic-Con International in San Diego last Friday to give fans a look into the future of the company and the new properties it will have to offer in the coming year. CBR was there.
Representatives from Aspen Comics met with readers at Fan Expo Canada to discuss future publishing plans and movie adaptations, touching on such titles as "Fathom," "Executive Assistant: Iris" and "Dellec."
Editor-in-Chief Vince Hernandez talks to CBR about Aspen's summer plans, including details on new releases "Dellec" and "Executive Assistant: Iris," plus an update on "Ekos" from Geoff Johns and the "Fathom" movie.
CBR News talks to writer David Wohl about Aspen's "Executive Assistant Iris," a series he created with Michael Turner about women trained as personal bodyguards in the cut-throat world of Chinese big business.
At next week's WonderCon, Aspen Comics launches its new series, "Executive
Assistant: Iris," created by David Wohl and Michael Turner. We've got the
WonderCon-exclusives covers for you right here.
With the help of a Hawaiian greeting, the folks at Aspen Comics woke a sleepy New York Comic Con Sunday morning crowd, with new news and teases of projects announced for 2009 and beyond.