I thought I had seen it all, but the costumes continue to amaze me. This weekend I have seen everything from babies to zombies, cartoons to visitors even Deadpool to vikings. The detail and work that goes into these costumes is absolutely amazing. B
My Saturday morning began with the Ultimate universe panel featuring architects Brian Michael Bendis, Jeph Loeb and artist David Finch, with their fearless leader Joe Quesada serving as moderator.
What I expected to be the latest installment in Kevin Smith's hugely entertaining traveling road show on Friday night at Comic-Con turned out be that only in part. Turns out it was also a painful lesson in how one should alw
Aah, Friday. The end of the work week. it is finally time to sit back and relax a bit. Oh, wait, I have a convention to work... Yeah, I know. Poor little Chris, he has to go to San Diego and hang out with comic book fans all day. I
Neil Gaiman greeted a capacity crowd at his Comic-Con spotlight panel Friday afternoon by apologizing for not having prepared any remarks. Seems that on the walk to the hall, Neil asked how the spotlight was going t
Terry Moore spent a warm, conversational hour with a roomful of grateful fans Friday afternoon at Comic-Con. Sharing personal insights into his crafting of the Strangers in Paradise conclusion, offering hints as to his plans for Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane and Runaways, as well as discussing what's next for his creator-owned projects, Moore really couldn't have been more accommodating.
Regarding the Strangers co
The first of these was the announcement that artist Phil Jimenez
Jessica Alba may not be playing a comic book character like Sin City's Nancy Callahan or Fantastic Four's Susan Storm in the movie she's currently promoting, but the actress did grace Comic-Con with her presence again yesterday.
Alba joined her c
Today marked the official first day of Comic-Con 2007 in San Diego, and not only did enthusiastic crowds show up in droves, many of their number showed up in costume to celebrate the occasion ... just the way we like it!
We'll be bringing you daily costume galleries during Comic-Con, and day one was a produced a bountiful crop, so I'm gonna shut up now and let the multi-talented costumed attendees strut their stuff...
Top Cow Productions is injecting Comic-con International: San Diego with some additional star power with an appearance by actor and RobotChicken co-creator Seth Green and writer Hugh Sterbakov co-creators of Top Cow's Freshmen.
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