SDCC ’19: Listen to 19 of the best panels

Including Batman, The 70s and more

Mystery bra baffles industry partiers

Last night was a huge night for partying at New York Comic-Con, as Marvel and DC held their traditional Friday night fetes. However, as...

E3 2015: SKYLANDERS SUPERCHARGERS, The Original Name in “Toys to Life”...

Since pioneering the "toys to life" genre in gaming, the Skylanders franchise has generated over $3 Billion and sold over 250 million action figures....

SDCC ’14: Legends: The first thing you see when you land...

So far this year's San Diego has been sounding pretty routine—no radical new venues or marketing efforts. But that was with 12 days to...

NYCC Announcements: Dexter, Marvel and Mystery Writers

Yesterday at his panel, Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada announced a Dexter comic, in the continuity of Dexter novels.  This comic will be...

Batwoman Gets Her Own Title Back

If you've been reading Detective Comics, there's a possibility you might have thought it *almost* felt like Batwoman was the lead for that first arc....

Video Blog #8: The Bloggers

One last video.

Wizard World sues Stephen Shamus for $1 million, but who are...

Say it ain't so, Norman Reedus. Last week convention company Wizard World fired their Chief Marketing Officer Stephen Shamus, and they filed suit against him. The suit alleges that Shamus used his position to obtain more than $1 million worth of signed memorabilia and collectibles from Wizard World guests which he then sold. A sweet set-up for some extra cash, if true.

SDCC ‘19: Review: Batman’s still caped crusading in BATMAN: HUSH, but...

Jennifer Morrison's Selina Kyle steals the show.

The Once and Future New York Comic Con

One week past, and most have recovered from the media spectacle that is New York Comic Con. A slight breather is in order as the convention season glides into hibernation, with just King Con III and the Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival remaining here in New York City. As soon as the Con ended and attendance was announced, comixologists began to ruminate upon what they had witnessed, what went right and wrong, and what to anticipate if the Con keeps growing at an annual rate of 14,400 people a year. What might next year's show look like?

CAB 2017 Debuts Part Two: More exciting comics to fill...

Yet more amazing comics debuting at tomorrow' Comic Arts Brooklyn show! Roopert August Lipp Revival House 56 pages, 8.5" X 11" 2 color offset
$10 The long-awaited debut by comics virtuoso, August...

E3 2015 Hands On: ROCK BAND 4, The Game That Invented...

It wasn't that long ago. Kid's parties, high school sleepovers, adults getting drunk because it was Saturday; all these were once strung through by rocking...