HULK is becoming RED SHE-HULK in October, and writer Jeff Parker talks about making Betty Ross a solo star
DC's mature readers imprint gets its own panel late Thursday at Comic-Con, with Scott Snyder and Bill Willingham among the guests
Legendary Entertainment is continuing to expand its comic and movie divisions, and all the newest announcements are here.
Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso and more talk about the latest, and you can bet there will be some "Marvel NOW!" questions
On the heels of yesterday's 100th issue, The Walking Dead sees a conversation between writer and artist at SDCC.
We're checking out Mass Effect: Paragon Lost and giving you a taste of what's to come from FUNimation in the coming year!
Geoff Johns, Scott Lobdell, Rob Liefeld and more talk the second year of The New 52 in a curiously titled panel
Image kicks off their sizable convention presence with a panel full of announcements on new creator-owned goodness!
Want to know what Scott Snyder has planned for BATMAN beyond Night of the Owls? Here's where you'll find out!
Dark Horse's first panel of the convention isn't about their big licenses or new partnerships, it's about creator owned comics.
Marvel chief creative officer Joe Quesada talks to the fans about the latest in their ReEvolution digital efforts
Take a look at the fringes of the DC Universe, from the science fictional to the horrific red and green in this SDCC panel!
IDW opens up the con by talking G.I. JOE, TRANSFORMERS, DUNGEONS & DRAGONS and announcing a new Hasbro license
Marvel is teasing a new POINT ONE project, announced this week at Comic-Con and apparently featuring the Nick Fury
Ahead of SDCC, Dark Horse is showing off a new BALTIMORE story, and Christopher Golden gives us the exclusive first look.
It's almost time to head to San Diego for the biggest show of the year, and programming is now out for all four days
Frank Castle is the man targeting the Avengers in this week's "This is War" teasers, as revealed by Marvel
So, is Morgan Spurlock's Comic-Con documentary really a fan's hope? Not so much, says Seth Robison in this review.