EXPLORE San Diego Comic Con 2009

AvX is now more than half over, but there's still a long way to go before the "Marvel NOW!" era hits, including a San Diego panel
The LOCKE & KEY creative team of writer Joe Hill and artist Gabriel Rodriguez talk OMEGA, which wraps up their IDW series
The 2012 Eisners were presented Friday night at Comic-Con, with DAREDEVIL and TALE OF SAND among the big winners
ULTIMATE COMICS SPIDER-MAN artist David Marquez is now exclusive to Marvel, and talks about his plans (and Archaia book)
Skottie Young presents AVENGERS VS. X-MEN in its infancy in a one-shot coming this October, illustrated by Guruhiru
Todd Stashwick & Dennis Calero discuss their combined efforts on Devil Inside.
Rob Liefeld brings us up to speed on his work, including Hawkman Wanted and he talks about the early days using a fax machine. SDCC
Renowned Chef & New York Times bestselling author Anthony Bourdain talks Get Jiro! He's joined by Joel Rose and Langdon Foss at SDCC 2012
The convention staple returns to San Diego, with announcements and Q&A from Joe Quesada, Axel Alonso and more
The latest in the life of Miles Morales and the rest of the Ultimate Universe gets covered Friday in San Diego
The man of steel and his family have a big year ahead. Find out what's to come in year 2 of the New 52 Superman here.
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