RoboCop's cast and director revealed world premiere footage and politicized plot details to an attentive and enthusiastic Comic-Con International audience.
Footage from "Kick-Ass 2" revealed darker plot lines, and the film's cast and director discussed its complex relationships, changes from the source material and expanding the roster of characters.
The creators and cast of Marvel's first live action TV show explain how "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." combines the humor of Joss Whedon's TV work and "Avengers" action while further expanding the cinematic Marvel U.
"Genius" creators Steven T. Seagle & Teddy Kristiansen continue to experiment with their new book "Mercury," in which Kristiansen draws pages and panels out of sequence and Seagle reassembles them.
"G.I. Joe: Retaliation's" Ray Park discusses his latest turn as the ever-popular Snake Eyes, his interest in taking the character solo, his vision for finally bringing Iron Fist to the big screen and more.
PR coordinator Michael Molcher explains why "2000 AD" is endorsing "Make a DREDD Sequel," the unofficial, fan-run campaign for a follow-up to the Karl Urban film and how the movie's led to a measurable spike in comic sales..
Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy and others from The CW's "Arrow" talk about expanding the world in Season 2, including more villains, from Deadshot to A.R.G.U.S,. and more crossover between Starling City and the island.
Director Noam Murro and stars Eva Green, Rodrigo Santoro and Sullivan Stapleton discuss the challenges of creating cinematic mythology with "300: Rise of an Empire," the sequel to Zack Snyder's 2006 film.
2013 Comic-Con special guest Bruce Timm was awarded this year's Inkpot Award. The animation legend also fielded questions from fans, and discussed the WB Animation projects he's currently involved with.
Famed "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin and Avatar Press Publisher William Christensen discuss the new horror series "Skin Trade" and the comic book industry with fans at Comic-Con.
The producers and stars of "Beware the Batman" explain how using lesser-known villains keeps the show fresh, what happens when you tell your son you're Batman and respond to criticisms over the show's portrayal of Alfred.
IDW Publishing EIC Chris Ryall hosted a lively panel chock full of announcements including new projects from Walter Simonson, Joe Hill, Gabriel Rodriguez, Sam Kieth, "SNL's" Taran Killam and more.