Last week, I mentioned in my column about the Coronavirus and its impact on C2E2. Wow, has a lot happened since then! Several cons have had to shut down or postpone their events, leaving creators reacting, well, creatively!
It’s time to launch into a new year of comic conventions, and it looks like this will be an interesting and transformational year for comic cons!
During The Super Heroes of DC Panel at C2E2, DC Comics revealed new art from the upcoming Scott Snyder / Greg Capullo Dark Nights; Death Metal #1 that arrives in May 2020.
During C2E2, RH Graphic announced new graphic novels headed our way for kids and teens. The announcement was made during the Awesome New Kids and Teens Comics” panel at the convention.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen Cindy Moon over at Marvel, but in July Silk is back!
Announced at C2E2 is X Of Swords, the next big X-Men even coming our way in July 2020.
This weekend, C2E2 kicks off in Chicago, and Marvel is going to be there with a number of guests, special signings, panels, and more.
Marvel announced at C2E2 that Jonathan Hickman will be taking on two new X-Men series: House of X and Powers of X beginning in July.
In conjunction with the Lion Forge panel at C2E2, the publisher of “comics for everyone” announces the collection and publication of Ariel Ries’s beloved webcomic, Witchy!
Today, in conjunction with the Lion Forge panel at C2E2 in Chicago, the company unveils Army of One, an all-new series launching in October!
They’re back, and they have important news for Impure Blood fans! In Episode 358, I talk with creators Nadja Baer and Nathan Lueth, who created this epic series!
Oni Press and IDW Publishing are teaming up for one of the craziest crossover events we’ve seen in a while as Rick and Morty meet Dungeons and Dragons. And who better to make the story happen than Patrick Rothfuss, Jim Zub, and Tory Little?
Just under a year since the Catalyst Prime Universe debuted to much acclaim throughout the landscape of pop culture, Lion Forge unveils the next phase in comics’ most inclusive and diverse group of heroes with the announcement of Quincredible, followed by upcoming creative changes across the line.
Valiant Entertainment has announced Peter Milligan’s Britannia series will continue in July with the launch of Britannia: Lost Eagles of Rome.