Actors Rob Benedict and Richard Speight Jr. alongside director Michael J. Weithorn stopped by the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International 2013 to discuss their new short, "The Sidekick."
"South Park" creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker discussed the process behind "South Park: The Stick of Truth" video game in anticipation of its long-awaited release this holiday season.
As "The Thrilling Adventure Hour" graphic novel from Archaia debuts this week, series creators Ben Acker and Ben Blacker board the CBR Yacht to discuss adapting their popular radio stage show to comics.
Grant Morrison alongside Graphic India co-founder Gotham Chopra and CEO Sharad Devarajan discussed the stunning Mahabharata-influenced animated epic "18 Days" during Comic-Con International 2013.
"Walking Dead" stars Andrew Lincoln and Chad Coleman, and producers Gale Anne Hurd and David Alpert discuss the road to be traveled in Season 4, deviating from the comic and Tyresse's long-tem survival prognosis.
Voice actors Seth Green, Fred Tatasciore and Ben Diskin discuss the upcoming "Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H." Marvel animated series and its appeal to a new generation of comic fans.
Writer-director James Gunn, along with his ensemble cast, unveil details about the forthcoming "Guardians of the Galaxy" and its characters as the Marvel film enters its first days of production.
Renowned movie-poster illustrator Drew Struzan was honored by both industry peers and fans at a packed, standing-room-only panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Bongo Comics and United Plankton Pictures teamed up to share news about a "Futurama" digital comics app, as well as upcoming comics featuring The Simpsons, Sergio Aragones and Spongebob Squarepants.
An all-star panel of Neil Gaiman, Jeff Smith, Scott McCloud and Denis Kitchen discussed the impact of Will Eisner on the graphic novel in a panel moderated by Paul Levitz at Comic-Con International.
In the shadow of the Viz booth at Comic-Con, President and CEO Ken Sasaki spoke with CBR about Viz's digital manga venture in "Weekly Shonen Jump" and turning the company around in the post-manga boom market.