DC Comics' final Comic-Con panel of Saturday focused on the Dark and Edge lines of the forthcoming DC Universe relaunch. On stage for the San Diego crowd were editor Pat McCallum, Swamp Thing writer Scott Snyder, Animal Man and Frankenstein writer Jeff Lemire, Blackhawks writer Mike Costa, Suicide Squad writer Adam Glass, Men of War writer Ivan Brandon, Stormwatch and Demon Knights writer Paul Cornell, Deathstroke writer Kyle Higgins, All-Star Western artist Moritat and I, Vampire writer Joshua Hale Fialkov.
While no major news was announced at the panel, each creator was able to discuss their work in quite a lot of depth, even to the point where there was very little time for a Q&A session with fans. Their enthusiasm was palpable, with many of them discussing the research and themes that went into their books and going
PR and Marketing Coordinator Sarah deLaine chaired the Image Comics panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2011, which featured a rockstar roster of creators: Tim Seeley, creator of Hack/Slash and new writer of Witchblade for Top Cow, John Layman, writer of Chew, David Baxter, co-writer of Marksman, Nick Spencer, writer of Morning Glories and the upcoming Thief of Thieves, Scott Snyder, writer of American Vampire and Severed, and Ben McCool, writer of Memoir and Pigs. After congratulating Layman and Spencer for their multiple Eisner Award nominations this year, deLaine kicked off the panel with an overview of a bunch of Image's upcoming titles, including the surprise return of MacGyver to popular culture.
As described in our earlier report, the Spider-Man panel last night began when a fan in a Spider-Man costume grabbed the question and answer microphone... only to take off his mask and reveal the actual Spider-Man actor, Andrew Garfield. It's a m
The big surprise of Saturday's Cup O' Joe panel was that creators Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness, known for their work together on such titles as Hulk and Superman/Batman, will reunite to resurrect Cable, the popular X-Men character who perished in the recent "Messiah CompleX" storyline. Loeb joined Marvel's Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada to talk to the Comic-Con crowd about the project, which also s
Almost a year after the final issue of his long-running Ex Machina series hit shelves, Y: The Last man and Lost writer Brian K. Vaughan announced at Comic-Con today that he has a creator-owned ongoing comic book series called Saga in the works for 2012 at Image Comics.
Co-created and illustrated by artist Fiona Staples, Saga is a "balls to t
Saturday at Comic-Con International in San Diego saw the third in a series of panels discussing the New 52, DC Comics' forthcoming relaunch of 52 series with new #1 issues. Panelists included Co-Publisher
The Amazing Spider-Man panel at Comic-Con took an interesting turn yesterday after a 3D screening of the trailer and some raw footage that gave fans a first look at Welsh actor Rhys Ifans as The Lizard, a crocodile-like monster emerging from the sewer through a bathroom stall and frightening several young girls. Ifans also ma
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