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Marvel to Relaunch ‘Star Wars’ Comic With Time Jump

The new series will take place between 'The Empire Strikes Back' and 'Return of the Jedi.'

DC Unveils New Timeline For Comic Book Universe

Publisher Dan DiDio told New York Comic Con crowds, "we're trying to organize a sense of when the DC stories took place and how they all fit together."

Sturgill Simpson Bringing ‘Sound & Fury’ to Comics (Exclusive)

The country music star will collaborate with 'Avengers,' 'Thor' writer Jason Aaron on the graphic novel, to be released March 2020.

‘1917’ Filmmaker Sam Mendes on Crafting His World War I Drama in a Single Shot

Director Sam Mendes, cinematographer Roger Deakins and more talked on Thursday about the upcoming World War I drama '1917' being told in one continuous shot at New York Comic Con.

‘The King’s Man’ Director Calls It a “Love Letter to Movies”

At New York Comic Con, the director revealed the unlikely influences on his prequel to the 'Kingsman' movie series.

How ‘Tale of Steven’ Retells Cartoon Network’s ‘Steven Universe’ (Exclusive Preview)

The book is inspired by creator Rebecca Sugar's experience coming out as bisexual and nonbinary.

Marvel to Launch ‘Warhammer’ Comic Line in 2020

In an unexpected announcement ahead of this week's New York Comic Con, Marvel Entertainment has revealed a new publishing partnership with British gaming company Games Workshop that will see Marvel…

DC Teases 3 Comics From Horror Writer Joe Hill

The 'Hill House Comics 2019 Sampler' will showcase three new horror comics when it debuts at New York Comic Con next week.

AfterShock Comics Unveils New York Comic Con Plans

When it comes to New York Comic Con, independent publisher AfterShock Comics has somewhat of a home advantage, in that the Javits Center location is literally two blocks from the company's New York…

DC Universe Bringing Pop-Up Experience to New York Comic Con

The pop-up will offer exclusive signings and events to DC Universe members, as well as be open to all fans during the October event.

Robert Rodriguez Worried About Letting James Cameron Down on ‘Alita: Battle Angel’

Robert Rodriguez is stepping out of his comfort zone with Alita: Battle Angel. The filmmaker, known for working in the mid-budget range on films like 2005's Sin City and the Spy Kids franchise, is…

How New York Comic Con Upped the Ante for Movie Studios

Audiences at New York Comic Con this past week were spoiled for choice when it came to exclusive footage: 'Mortal Engines' shared its first 25 minutes to launch its panel at Madison Square Garden; 13…