"Arrow" EP Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con about his Marvel Comics series, the "Flash"/"Arrow" spinoff and new villain Damien Darhk.
Scott Snyder, Jamie McKelvie, Stuart Moore, Lee Loughridge, Rob Guillory and Josh Williamson discuss the trendsetting aesthetics in their comics.
The veteran writer discusses returning to the Teen Titan he co-created with George Perez, and the importance of maintaining her core character.
The cartoonist wowed her fans, starting with a dramatic reading from "Sisters," and finishing with word about her new book, "Ghosts."
Blink-182 & Angels & Airwaves rocker DeLonge spoke with CBR TV during Comic-Con about developing "Poet Anderson: The Dream Walker" as a comic and more.
Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson talks about the early days of the company, the comics he's written, and why he's so passionate about creator-owned.
The prolific author spoke with CBR about launching a new miniseries starring a character he co-created, and bringing the Metal Men into the DC You.
After adapting DC's icons to TV in "Arrow" & "The Flash," Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg promises fresh twists on the superhero template.
Creator and star Will Forte and co-star Kristen Schaal discuss camp-themed pillow talk, plus what to expect from Season Two.
Grab your boomstick and learn all about Starz's upcoming series, "Ash vs. Evil Deal"
Mark Waid, Jhonen Vasquez, Jill Thompson and others discussed the challenges and advantages of making both comics and animation.
Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo, the acclaimed duo behind DC's "Batman" discuss why "Endgame" isn't the end, designing Gordon's batsuit and much more.
Bruce Timm, Sam Liu and more discuss the origins and challenges of developing almost familiar but totally different characters.
The composers for "The Flash," "Avengers: Age of Ultron," "Mad Max: Fury Road" and more assembled at Comic-Con to share the secrets of superhero scoring.
Along with the usual SSR intrigue, EPs Tara Butters, Michele Fazeks & Chris Dingess say Peggy Carter will be looking for love in L.A. next season.
J.G. Jones and Mark Waid's "Strange Fruit" attracted criticism following the release of its first issue, and Waid responded in a CBR TV interview.
Director Duncan Jones and the orcs and humans of "Warcraft" discussed Legendary's film adaptation of the massively popular video game in San Diego.
Acclaimed writer Mark Waid responds to the controversy over "Strange Fruit," going back to high school in "Archie" and his upcoming "Avengers" run.
Chip Zdarsky, Marjorie Liu, Michael Moreci, Alex Grecian, Kody Chamberlain and Keenan Marshall Keller talk redefining the world of mainstream comics.