WonderCon

Link Ink: ‘The Walking Dead’ Gets Stephen King?, Thor’s Movie Tickets and a Very Mini ‘Axe Cop’ Mate
Link Ink: ‘The Walking Dead’ Gets Stephen King?, Thor’s Movie Tickets and a Very Mini ‘Axe Cop’ Mate
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...
The Complete Greg Rucka Wondercon Panel Transcript [Wondercon]
The Complete Greg Rucka Wondercon Panel Transcript [Wondercon]
At his Wondercon spotlight panel over the weekend, writer Greg Rucka made a series of surprising announcements, most notably that he had finished his work at DC Comics and would not be writing the previously discussed "Batwoman" comic. Beyond those bombshells, he also talked about a whole score of upcoming projects he has in the works, from the comic he describes as "Blade Runner me
Darwyn Cooke Stealth-Announces ‘Parker’ on iPhone [Wondercon]
Darwyn Cooke Stealth-Announces ‘Parker’ on iPhone [Wondercon]
Darwyn Cooke's "The Man With The Getaway Face" debuted over the weekend at Wondercon, an oversized adaptation of Richard Stark's novel of the same name, and the first chapter of this fall's "The Outfit." It certainly seems like a grand success, considering how often it came up at numerous convention after-parties and dinners...
All-Star Batman and Robin to Become Dark Knight: Boy Wonder [Wondercon]
All-Star Batman and Robin to Become Dark Knight: Boy Wonder [Wondercon]
At Wondercon today, DC Comics announced that the long-delayed All-Star Batman and Robin is officially over -- but that the story will continue in a new series titled "Dark Knight: Boy Wonder." And rather than the All-Star universe, it will take place in the universe of "Dark Knight Returns," "Dark Knight Strikes Again" and "Batman: Year One...