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NYCC is an amazing experience, despite its occasional frustrations. Here's our guide for what to look forward to and what you can probably skip.
New York Comic Con organizers are working to identify a glitch that resulted in numerous comics creators being denied industry badges.
Veteran creators are reporting that they do not meet the requirements for a professional badge at New York Comic Convention this year.
ReedPOP looks to keep the New York Comic Con fun going all year long with a new series of events dubbed NYCC NOW.
Fables writer Bill Willingham turns his attention to the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs for a new Dynamite limited series.
After only one hour, weekend passes for New York Comic Con sold out online, leaving fans to only buy select single-day passes.
The creator of the hit sci-fi action-comedy manga will participate in a series of events and autograph sessions at the October convention.
The Marvel Comics legend is cutting down on his convention schedule in the future.
"Parks & Rec" veteran Rashida Jones and the cast of "Angie Tribeca" discuss their new comedy, which spoofs franchises like "Law & Order" and "CSI."
ReedPOP's Lance Fensterman discusses the growth of New York Comic Con and the state of the geek-culture convention market.
Terry Matalas discusses the intricacies of planning the Syfy mystery, the motivations of the Army of the 12 Monkeys, and the nature of time itself.
Creator Sam Esmail, stars Rami Malek and Christian Slater and the cast of the hit thriller reflect on the twists of Season 1 and imagine what lies ahead.
"The Vampire Diaries" veteran Julie Plec and the cast of "Containment" break quarantine to reveal details about the upcoming series.
"12 Monkeys" stars Aaron Stanford, Amanda Schull and Emily Hampshire tease what's ahead for their characters when the Syfy series returns in 2016.
The stars and creators of the series, including author Cassandra Clare, discuss the responsibility, and the fun, of bringing "The Mortal Instruments" to television.
"Arrow" vet Jessica De Gouw and "True Blood" alum Jurnee Smollett-Bell discuss WGN America's upcoming historical thriller.
The stars of the time-traveling Syfy series teases changing alliances, and perspectives, in the upcoming season.