EXPLORE Comic Con 2008

Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning talk Heroes for Hire and Rocket Raccoon and Groot at NY Comic Con 2010.
Todd McFarlane gives Newsarama an update on the new Spawn Movie and talks about working on Haunt with Robert Kirkman at NYCC 2010.
Writer Gail Simone talks to Newsarama about her popular Birds of Prey series at NYCC 2010.
Green Lantern movie writer, Marc Guggenheim, talks about the film's production and rumors @ NYCC 2010.
Christos Gage talks to Newsarama about writing the new Captain America: Super Soldier game at NYCC 2010.
Writer Christos Gage gives Newsarama the latest update on Avengers Academy, Sunset, Absolution and G.I. Joe: Cobra @ NYCC 2010.
Writer and Boom Studio's CCO Mark Waid talks to Newsarama's Justin Tyler and Alex Zalben about Amazing Spider-Man and Irredeemable at NYCC 2010.
Writer Brian Michael Bendis talks with Newsarama about Ultimate Spider-Man and Moon Knight at NYCC 2010.
Writer Brian Michael Bendis talks to Newsarama about the popular announcement of Squirrel Girl becoming the new nanny in New Avengers.
Marvel Comics' Editor-In-Chief Joe Quesada talks to Newsarama about Marvel's take on lowering prices on comics.
DC Comics' co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan DIDio talk to Newsarama about the new $2.99 price point and its impact on the books at NYCC 2010.
Check out our LIVE coverage of DC Universe Online's panel with Jim Lee and Sony Online Entertainment at New York Comic Con 2010
Check out what Dark Horse has in store for 2011 and more in our live panel coverage from New York Comic Con 2010
Despite consideration of Los Angeles and Anaheim, Comic-Con International is staying in San Diego until at least 2015
Aspen has exclusives, signings, and panels ready to rock at New York Comic-Con 2010, and we have the details here
Intimate conversations with film stars, creators, writers and artists from Newsarama's exclusive skybox studio overlooking the Con and roving camer...
Comic Creators and Entertainment Personalities at the Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo.
Michael Avila looks back at the goings on in Hall H at Comic-Con and argues changes need to be made sooner than later