Aspen Comics Editor-in-Chief Vince Hernandez discusses diversifying the publisher's line with its 10-for-10 initiative, the expectation for the program and the possibility of adding more female creators to its roster.
Aspen Comics puts its upcoming 10th anniversary on display with 10 new titles in 2013 as part of a new publishing initiative outlined at their Comic-Con International panel.
Aspen Comics returned to WonderCon with new announcements to share, including three "Executive Assistant Iris" spinoff series, a deal with Hollywood director McG and more. UPDATED with a new art gallery.
Writer J.T. Krul spoke with CBR News about the coming third volume of Aspen Comics' magical universe of Michael Turner's "Soulfire," including what's in store for Malikai, Grace and the rest of the cast.
J.T. Krul has become DC Comics' newest exclusive writer and he spoke with CBR News about his new status, "Green Arrow," "Teen Titans" and his "Wonder Girl" one-shot featuring a new character named Solstice.
Joe Benitez's new series "Lady Mechanika" and big promises for digital publishing in the near future were topics of discussion at Aspen's panel, where they also confirmed statuses on the "Fathom" and "Soulfire" films.
Representatives from Aspen Comics met with readers at Fan Expo Canada to discuss future publishing plans and movie adaptations, touching on such titles as "Fathom," "Executive Assistant: Iris" and "Dellec."
At its Comic-Con panel, Aspen reviewed its current roster plus new titles,
provided a "Fathom" film update courtesy of screenwriter Jordan Mecher, and
shared "Soulfire" and "Scourge" movie announcements.
Aspen Comics unveils brand new titles and debuts a host of exciting Comic-Con International exclusives and more for the largest comic book convention in the world.