Towards the end of this weekend's WonderCon, the convention announced that it would be held in Los Angeles in 2016. The move is caused in part by planned construction on the Anahem Convention Center, and currently WonderCon only has a one year contract with LA, so it's not necessarily a permanent move. WonderCon is one of the most nomadic of conventions, having originated in Oakland, moved to San Francisco, and then moved to Anaheim. Of course, the change from Anaheim to Los Angeles is similar to the move from Oakland to San Francisco - it's not a huge shift in terms of general location.
I think it's safe to say that all of us here at ComicsAlliance are pretty excited about Boom Studios' Regular Show comic, slated to launch next month with the creative team of K.C. Green and Allison Strejlau. The only probl
At Wondercon today, Marvel Comics announced that the Captain Marvel character is returning to comics, Ms. Marvel is getting a new costume, and the company will once again have a solo title starring a female character after months without one. And it was
In an apparent effort to please the Chris Sims-level Punisher fans of the world, Marvel is sending Frank Castle to the stars once again this summer. Space: Punisher #1 arrives in July, kicking off an offworld story spanning four total issues by Frank Tieri (Marvel VS. Capcom 3) and Mark Texeira (Punisher
WonderCon is breaking from tradition in 2012, scheduling a March 16-18 show in Anaheim, Calif. rather than at its San Francisco home of 25 years. Responding to the March date, Reed Exhibitions has rescheduled its Chicago convention C2E2 for April 13-15, 2012 while Wizard World has agreed to slot its Wizard World Anaheim show even later in the year
In the event that you missed the ComicsAlliance vs. iFanboy faceoff panel at WonderCon 2011 -- a description which fits everyone in the world except maybe a hundred people -- we're pleased to present the video (courtesy of iFanboy) where our respective staffs faced off in a friendly competition in the following categor
A San Francisco crowd got an early look at the first proper trailer for ThunderCats at WonderCon, and now you can check it out right here on ComicsAlliance. Billed as a 21st century re-imagining of the popular 1980s cartoon, Warner Bros. Animation's new ThunderCats look
TV: Horror master (and American Vampire co-writer) Stephen King could have a writing credit on AMC's next season of The Walking Dead. For serious.
Conventions: WonderCon's full programming list is now live for all to see. San Francisco's April 1-3 show seems pretty packed.