We stole a few minutes of time from Zenescope in the middle of the con floor to find out how their SDCC experience was going and what they have planned in the coming year.
Some pictures of the cosplay and other insanity at San Diego Comic-Con.
In a press release claiming to "congratulate Eisner Awards winners," Marvel really only named their own books.
Reading Realms takes a look at The Crown Tower, a return to the origin of 'Riyria.'
Kol begins his journey into Blackreach in search of another Elder Scroll.
The latest tease of Hercules, in costume.
David Petersen announced the news at the Archaia panel.
Matt Johnson returns with a retailer's thoughts about this year's ComicCon.
Like everything else, it's kind of an abomination.
San Diego Comic-Con was this past weekend, we've got OPINIONS and Kieran goes on record with an almost unbelievable statement with regards to the upcoming Superman/Batman film.
NO!! You just came back! Don't go season finale on me already! NOOOOOO!!!
Two videos are circulating the internet of the SDCC: Godzilla Experience.
X Marks the Spot in these new X-Men Posters (Plus, watch the full SDCC Panel)
Who is the true king of Atlantis ?
'Stealing the power of Shazam'
They're giving the old trenchcoat disguise a modern update.
Here's one bit of SDCC news no one caught.
A review of the new digital comic by DC.
A review of the new book from Titan Comics.
This week: Age of SDCC Edition
David Sirlin and Ludeme games are making a sequel to Chess. Yes, Chess.
Some pictures have sprung up online showing another design of the King of the Monsters.
The final day of San Diego Comic Con has come to a close. Check out all the news that was reported.
Some thought it was a longshot, but here's a summary of today's amazing panel.
Comics Continuum has the preview
At the X-Men panel at San Diego Comic Con today, Marvel announced Amazing X-Men, an ongoing series by Jason Aaron and Ed McGuinness.
Marvel just announced a new miniseries by Chris Hastings and Jacopo Camagni
Some of the more interesting bits of news coming from DC's Co-Publisher Panel
In this video interview from DC Comics, Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III talk Sandman: Overture.