“No one’s ever really gone.”
The lively Q&A session between ReedPOP staffers and attendees capped off the four-day convention on an overall positive note.
AHOY’s creators and editors talk about the creation of the line, what’s coming next, and how the AHOY version of SECOND COMING will differ from the Vertigo version.
Donny Cates, Jason Latour, and Seanan McGuire talk all things Eddie Brock, Spider-Gwen, and INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE.
Learn about the pair’s first meeting, which pop icons each of the WicDiv gods is based on, and the time McKelvie nearly teamed with Janelle Monae.
The panelists discussed the place of hope in the DC Universe, and how Brian Bendis brought them all together.
“Seeing as we always run over every year, let’s get started,” said Rogers after his customary introduction and reminder of one topic of discussion per-person since there is always a large line. It was almost comical when the first person at the microphone responded to Rogers’ request of one item per-person, “That said, I have a list of ten questions.” A mixture of laughter and groans throughout the crowded responded.
An inside look how a Marvel book is made from the creators, writers, and editors who make it happen!
In many urban fantasy books, the city in which the story takes places does more than act as a setting. Often, the city also becomes a character of its own.
On Thursday afternoon, DC Comics held its annual Meet the Publishers panel at New York Comic Con. Co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan Didio gathered in what DiDio characterized as a “highly professional” and “stately” panel to talk about the state of the DC lineup and make exclusive new series announcements. Didio and Lee kicked off […]