Arguably the most star-power of the weekend was assembled in one room late Saturday afternoon for the much-anticipated Marvel Studios presentation in the 7,000-capacity room H at the San Diego convention center
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