Missed New York Comic-Con? ComicsAlliance was there to catch all the biggest news, and we'll have lots more to come this week about the most important comics, creators, and announcements from the weekend in New York. In the meantime
Led by new Senior Vice President of Digital Comics, Hank Kanalz, DC Comics' final panel of New York Comic Con 2010 spotlighted the publisher's various initiatives in the emerging digital comics market, including an upcoming DC Android application and some teases about more simultaneous digital and print releases.Also on the panel were DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee, former Zuda maste
Marvel's final presentation of New York Comic Con 2010 was the Next Big Thing panel on Sunday, which featured a host of announcements, including that Jason Aaron and artist Ron Garney will be launching an Ultimate Captain America miniseries, Sara Pichelli will be taking over the art on Ultimate Spider-Man, and a new "Alias" series from Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos is in the works.Moderator and
After a long 26-issue run on the title, creators Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle are saying goodbye to DC Comics' "Supergirl." Beginning with January's issue #60, the series' new creative team will consist of Nick Spencer ("T.H.U.N
Following on the heels of his and Alex Maleev's creator-owned "Scarlet" series for Marvel's Icon imprint, writer Brian Michael Bendis revealed to CBR on Saturday the existence of "Takio," a forthcoming all-ages series with Michael Avon Oeming. The story of contentious superpowered sisters in an adopted family, "Takio" was co-created with
Marvel Comics editor Tom Brevoort teased it last night, and now the Avengers Assemble panel at New York Comic Con has made it official: Matt Fraction and Salvador Larroca's "Invincible Iron Man" is officially going back to the original numbering of the classic "Iron Man" series with January 2011's "Invincible Iron Man" #500. The issue features the return of the Mandarin and a device that Tony Stark invented and doesn't remember due to his recent memory wiping. It will also launch a brand new War Machine series titled "
Saturday's Image Comics Show at New York Comic Con provided fans with some updates on upcoming projects from the publisher, plus a couple of exclusive announcements about new books, including a new book from rising star Nick Spencer called "The Infinite Vacation," a five-issue miniseries from Spencer and artist Christian Ward scheduled to begin in January 2011. Check out the video trailer after the jump, along with announcement