Summer ’15: Avengers The Age of Ultron and other Marvel Movie poop — UPDATED

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The Beat is reporting LIVE! from the Marvel Movie Press Conference! So far we’ve been sitting in a room making jokes about our outlets for over an hour! But we’re told the director of CAPTAIN AMERICA will show up any minute now and our lives will change. Meanwhile in Hall H, Marvel gathered the casts […]

SDCC’13 in Photos: Fast Cars, Cosplay, Grant Morrison and Puppy Dogs

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It’s all happening at SDCC this year, and Megan Byrd has been on hand to document it all for us. Here’s some more photos from yesterday, featuring cosplay en masse, the Eisner Awards, and a DC portrait gallery!

SDCC ’13: Nerdist to co-release D&D related drama Zero Charisma

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With Nerdist Industries jumping into more and more roles as producers, they just announced they’ll be co-releasing a film that gets right to the heart of nerd culture. Zero CharismaIt stars Sam Eidson (Natural Selection, My Sucky Teen Romance) as a dungeoon master who is threatened by a far more charismatic figure, played by Garrett […]

SDCC’13: Skybound Announce ‘Manifest Destiny’ and ‘Dead Body Road’

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Robert Kirkman’s Skybound imprint had a panel today, during which the company announced two new titles: Dead Body Road from Justin Jordan and Matteo Scalera; and Manifest Destiny from Chris Dingess and Matthew Roberts.

SDCC’13: Lego Time! Batman Lego, Star Wars Lego, Hobbit Lego…

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Lego have been making quite the splash at SDCC so far, as you may have seen from some of the various photos people have been taken. There’s a scale version of Hobbiton on-site, along with lifesize models of characters like Batman, Catwoman, and Joker. But Lego have also announced some new sets this weekend – […]

IDW Revive Winsor McCay’s ‘Little Nemo’ with New Creative Team

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IDW have announced that they’ll be publishing a new series based around Winsor McCay’s Little Nemo In Slumberland, with the creative team of Eric Shanower and Gabriel Rodriguez taking over the reins. Titled Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland, the series is also notable for being the first new project Rodriguez has worked on since Locke […]

SDCC’13: Saturday Podcast with Vivek Tiwary, Eisners & State of the Con

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Live from San Diego Comic-Con, it’s More To Come! Heidi’s podcast from Publishers Weekly Comics World brings you special coverage from San Diego Comic Con. Interviews fresh from the convention floor, with new episodes daily during the con! In the Saturday edition of More To Come’s 2013 San Diego Comic-Con special coverage, Calvin interviews writer […]

DC To Announce Plans for Superman/Batman, Flash, and Justice League Movies

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The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed reports that DC’s next film project will feature Batman and Superman, and return Zack Snyder, David Goyer, and Henry Cavill.

SDCC13: Stuntmen Become Real Superheroes By Saving Jumper

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Stuntmen on location to rig stunts for a “Kick-Ass 2″ party save a distraught woman from jumping. Police were called about 2:40 p.m, but before they arrived the stunt men grabbed some harness rigging and scaled a security fence at the 33-story high-rise. They talked to a security officer who told them the woman was […]

SDCC’13: Neal Adams and The Holocaust

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By Bob Calhoun Neal Adams is surprisingly effervescent for a man about to sit on a Comic-Con panel on the Holocaust. “There aren’t more Jews here?” the comic art legend barks as he surveys the room. “Go out there and get more Jews!” he says, urging random audience members to help pack the room. “Leave the door […]

SDCC’13: Star Wars Pets – Cosplay? More like Dogsplay

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By Bob Calhoun I’m stabbing myself with a pen right now to keep from writing that cosplay has gone to the dogs, but that’s exactly what happened today at Petco’s “Star Wars” Yappy Hour at the Hotel Indigo only a few blocks from Comic-Con on Friday night.

SDCC’13: How to Break into DC Comics

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By David Nieves A gathering of some of DC Comics top talent took place in room 6DE to kick off Comic-Con Friday. In what has to be one of the funniest panels of SDCC these creators gathered to tell embarrassing stories and share insights on their journey to comic book stardom. The company known for […]

SDCC’13: Ten Years of Aspen Comics!

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By David Nieves On a stage much too small to hold thirteen people, Aspen Comics landed in room 9 of the San Diego Convention Center to officially celebrate 10 Years of Aspen Comics.

Hic & Hoc announce The Illustrated Journal of Humour Vol 2

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As told to Comics Reporter, Hic & Hoc have announced a follow-up volume to their first Illustrated Journal of Humour. Edited by Joe List and Lizz Lunney, the volume will feature work from Becky Barnicoat, Gareth Brookes, Stephen Collins, Joe Decie, Luke Pearson and Philippa Rice. Clark Burscough has also revealed his involvement in the book, before […]

SDCC’13: What’s Going on Down Artist’s Alley?

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By Carolina Cooney Off to an early start Thursday morning, the first “official” day of Comic-Con, I headed over to the Illustrators area in Hall G, well away from where I exhibit with my husband Dan Cooney directly inside the Hall B2/C doors. Quite proud of myself for making it over before the crowds gathered, […]

SDCC’13: Black Mask Studios Take the Indie Comic Back to Its Punk Rock Roots.

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By David Nieves In the latest Thursday night panel, the recently formed Black Mask Studios attracted some die-hard support from fans willing to stay into the late hours of the SDCC to hear what their veteran group of artists had to say about where indie should go.