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.
New York Comic Con's head honcho Lance Fensterman talks to CBR News
about this year's show, as well as the future of NYCC, the new Chicago show
C2E2, and New York's Anime Festival.
New information and debate at the ICv2 sponsored panel hits on how "Watchmen" and "Naruto" saved sales in 2008, the impact of digital media on comics and Art Spiegelman's history of comics
Jill Pantozzi, aka The Nerdy Bird, wraps up her coverage of this years New York Comic Con and shares some final thouhgts and photos from the con floor. Did she survive? More importantly, did everyone else?
Universal and Top Cow held a panel on Sunday to talk about "Wanted: Weapons of Fate," the upcoming game based on the popular film and comic series, featuring "one of the most vulgar endings of any game."
Announced Sunday at New York Comic Con, Chris Eliopoulos is writing a four-part miniseries with some unlikely stars. "Lockjaw & the Pet Avengers" debuts in May, with art by Ig Guara and Chris Sotomayor.
Marvel readers be warned: Greg Pak is bringing Hulk's son to Earth this summer to have a nice chat with dear old dad in "Planet Skaar." And he isn't in a very good mood. (Well, Skaar isn't anyways.)
Ron Lim, who has illustrated epic battles with the likes of Silver Surfer and Conan over the years, tells CBR he's hasn't worked on clashes the likes of which are in "Planet Skaar" for ages.
This August, Frank Tieri and Paul Azaceta will spin a new legend for the Marvel Universe's crime-killing anti-hero by placing the Punisher in the era of Al Capone, Bugsy Malone and Dutch Schutz when Frank Castle goes "Noir."
The critically acclaimed "Captain America" team of Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting celebrate Marvel's 70th anniversary with a gritty tale of espionage, origins and the birth of the Marvel Universe.
In 2009, Spider-Man will find himself under siege by the return of many of his classic foes. CBR spoke extensively with Editor Stephen Wacker, Writers Joe Kelly & Mark Waid, and artist Phil Jimenez about their plans for '09
Marvel Comics announced that Saturday Night Live writer-actors Seth Meyers and Bill Hader would be writing a Spider-Man one-shot to be illustrated by legendary "JLI" artist Kevin Maguire.
Raven and Vicarious Visions teamed up this Sunday morning at New York Comic
Con to share footage and information about "Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2" and "X-
Men Origins: Wolverine," two highly anticipated games.
Afraid that you may have missed some Ultimate Comics news in all the hustle and bustle of the NYCC? Here's your checklist to CBR's news and interviews featuring the Ultimate Universe's top creators and characters.
"Venture Bros. creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer were at NYCC with surprise guest Michael Sinterniklaas and imaginary guest of honor David Bowie in tow to talk about the fan favorite cartoon series.
"Scott Pilgrim" creator, Bryan Lee O'Malley dropped by CBR TV's NYCC headquarters to talk about his popular series and what's on the horizon for O'Malley beyond the mega-hit comic.
Barry Levine hosted a panel comprised of a who's who of Radical's creators, featuring new series announcements, previews and news from Steve Niles, Rick Remender, Steve Pugh, Arthur Suydam & more.
The development team at Cryptic Studios talked about their two upcoming MMO's, "Champions Online" and "Star Trek Online," at Saturday's New York Comic Con panel.
At Dynamite's NYCC panel, publisher Nick Barrucci was joined by a group of Dynamite creators to talk about upcoming projects, announce that more $1 comics are on the way and tell the full story behind Ash vs Freddy vs Jason.