The Next Generation of DC Horror Comics: Joe Hill's Hill House Comics

DC has had a long history of horror-themed comic books. Friday, at Comic-Con International in San Diego, the minds behind the next generation of DC horror gathered to discuss how they plan to build on this legacy.

Dan DiDio, Jim Lee Dish on the DC Universe

Thursday morning at Comic-Con International in San Diego, fans gathered to hear what DC Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee had to say about the current state of the DC Universe at the DC: Meet the Publishers panel.

Tom King & Mitch Gerads open up about MISTER MIRACLE & two years of Eisner wins

King and Gerads open up about two years of Eisner wins, setting the bar for themselves, and staying friends through it all

Tom King’s and Mitch Gerads’ next comic is ADAM STRANGE

Tom King‘s and Mitch Gerads‘ next project will be Strange Adventures, featuring Adam Strange. DC Comics announced the new project, which is due out in 2020

DC CCO Jim Lee Reflects on His Illustrious Career

Thursday at Comic-Con International in San Diego, the spotlight was on DC Entertainment Co-Publisher and Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee, who reflected on his 25+ year career in the comic book industry.

DC's Writers & Artists on the Future of Black Label

Saturday at Comic-Con International in San Diego, a number of writers and artists for DC's Black Label gathered to discuss their respective approaches to pushing the limits of classic superhero stories.

Kami Garcia talks upcoming procedural series ‘Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity’

Get the scoop on new Harley Quinn and Joker series from DC Black Label.

Jeff Lemire talks his two DC Black Label books, Joker and The Question

Jeff Lemire shares new details about his upcoming Joker and The Question series with DC Black Label.

John Romita Jr. talks ‘Superman: Year One’ and working with Frank Miller

John Romita Jr. said Frank Miller sounded like a kid in a candy store, which made him even more excited to work on Superman: Year One when he pitched him the idea.

DC Universe talks big new releases for Harley Quinn, Young Justice, and Doom Patrol

Titans and Doom Patrol S2, Harley Quinn, and Young Justice S4!

HARLEY QUINN animated trailer goes full Tarantino

Those who attended the DC Universe panel Saturday night at SDCC were treated to the premiere of the Harley Quinn pilot episode. Without divulging too much, let’s just say it’s definitely not aimed at a kids audience.



CW unveiled a slew of trailers for its DC TV shows Arrow, Flash, Supergirl, and Black Lightning during the network's Comic Con International: San Diego presentation ...


Burt Ward, the iconic Robin from the 1960s Batman television series, has signed on to play a role in the upcoming Arrowverse crossover event "Crisis on Infinite Earths" this fall. Ward's involvement was announced by Batwoman executive producer Caroline Dries during the show's panel at Comic-Con International: San Diego.

SDCC ’19: THE FLASH cast on the new season’s unique structure and villain

A complete recap of the SDCC spotlight for THE FLASH, plus the sizzle reel for the show's upcoming sixth season.

SDCC ‘19: SUPERGIRL’s season 5 sizzle reel, and secrets from the cast and EPs

The full cast of the CW series discussed the role of technology in the show's fifth season, the impending CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, and how every character needs therapy

SDCC ’19: DAWN OF X titles revealed! Hickman, Brisson, Howard, Duggan, To, Yu, Kudranski & more creators tackle Marvel’s new X-Line

X-Men, X-Force, New Mutants, Marauders, Fallen Angels and Excalibur are the first six titles revealed in Hickman's multi-year plan

“We’re going in a radically different direction”: Jonathan Hickman talks the new era of ‘Dawn of X’ at SDCC

Jonathan Hickman talks the philosophy behind writing X-Men, and going in a bold new direction with ‘Dawn of X.’

Marvel Unveils Ominous Annihilation Teaser

Marvel Comics released a mysterious teaser for Annihilation, a follow-up to the 2006 cosmic crossover event of the same name.

Marvel Releases Mysterious 2099 Teaser

During a retailer event at Comi-Con International in San Diego Friday, Marvel Comics teased a return to the 2099 timeline.

‘The Amazing Mary Jane’ miniseries is coming this fall from Leah Williams

There were several reveals during the Spider-Man panel at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, but one of the most enticing one is that Mary Jane is getting her own miniseries.

Watch the MARVEL STUDIOS Hall H Panel Highlights

Marvel Studios won the Internets Saturday night with their star-studded, announcement-filled, total-surprises-holding Hall H panel at Comic-Con: International.


As expected, Marvel Studios' presentation in Comic Con International's vaunted Hall H revealed a slate of films and TV shows for Marvel's 'Phase 4' - including some surprising announcements. Here's a rundown of what was announced:

SDCC ’19: Marvel Studios’ THE ETERNALS cast confirmed… and it’s going “Full Jack Kirby!”

The first part of Marvel Studios’ Comic-Con panel was dedicated to the upcoming movie based on Jack Kirby’s The Eternals. Directed by Chloé Zhao (The Rider), The Eternals will be released on November 6, 2020, which is just 16 months away! President Kevin Feige said that they’re going “Full Jack Kirby” with the movie before confirming the cast...

Doctor Strange 2 Will Be the MCU's First 'Scary' Movie

The Marvel Cinematic Universe was able to introduce the concept of the multiverse through the Ancient One's introduction to Stephen Strange back in 2016. With Marvel Studios' recently announced film slate, the MCU is set to explore that multiverse further, with all the horror that entails, and likely with the Sorcerer Supreme himself leading that exploration in the sequel film, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.on.

Shang-Chi: What Are the 'Ten Rings' of the MCU Movie?

Part of Marvel Studios' newly announced Phase Four slate, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has already created a buzz, not only because of the diversity of the cast, led by Simu Liu, but also due to the intriguing title...

BLACK WIDOW Will Answer All Your Questions About Her Past

Marvel Studios finally unveiled its Black Widow solo movie during their Hall H panel at Comic Con International: San Diego, and after the announcement, star Scarlett Johansson was on hand to offer some insight into what the long-awaited film will focus on.


SDCC ’19: Presenting the 2019 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards winners

The 2019 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards were presented at San Diego Comic-Con International on Friday, July 19 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront hotel.

SDCC: The Past, Present & Future of Frank Miller

Thursday at Comic-Con International in San Diego came to a close with Frank Miller (The Dark Knight Returns, Batman: Year One, Superman: Year One) speaking with The Hollywood Reporter's Borys Kit about his impressive body of work across multiple mediums.

SDCC ’19: Robert Kirkman talks WALKING DEAD’S end, Negan’s fate

Robert Kirkman came to his spotlight Thursday at San Diego Comic-Con. Kirkman ran his usual spotlight panel, with no moderator and just a loose audience Q&A.

SDCC ’19: Dark Horse to celebrate 75 years of EC Comics with 528-page hardcover ‘CHOKE GASP!’

Dark Horse hopes for a shock-filled Christmas with the December 17 release of Choke Gasp!, a celebration of 75 years-worth of EC Comics. The hardcover book will contain 528 pages of EC tales handpicked for what could be one of the most comprehensive collections of EC stories on the market.

SDCC ’19: Drawn and Quarterly announces new titles from Lisa Hanawalt & Adrian Tomine, more

Riding high with five Eisner nominations under its belt, Drawn and Quarterly revealed their slate of 2019-2020 graphic novels at the Preview and Announcements panel at SDCC on Thursday.

SDCC ’19: Snyder, Soule, and Camuncoli unveil new Image project, UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY

The recently-teased Scott Snyder, Charles Soule, and Giuseppe Camuncoli Image Comics collaboration has finally been revealed: Undiscovered Country is a new ongoing adventure and science fiction series that explores a wall-off United States that has opened its gates for the first time in 30 years.

SDCC ’19: Day 1 in photos

Many Marge Simpsons, the Pale Man and more

SDCC ’19: Day 2 in photos

Comic-Con may be over, but the memories last forever...


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