Campaigning to move Comic-Con away from San Diego is starting to heat up with Anaheim taking its pitch public and going straight to the nerd herd to win over support.
Comic-Con is bursting at the seams, with four-day tickets selling out 10 months before the confab and discussions increasing over relocation to a bigger site.
Vanguard Films has gained screen rights to "Circus Galacticus" and "The Oz Wars," two graphic novels that Vanguard topper John H. Williams acquired at Comic-Con.
It's easy to get lost in the crowd at Comic-Con when studios, networks, videogame companies, toymakers and, yes, even comicbook publishers are all vying for attention.
The most perennially prominent fixture at Comic-Con remains "Star Wars."
The tweets weren't as loud as expected.
Most studios passed on Matthew Vaughn's "Kick-Ass" at the script stage.
Hollywood rolled out the red carpet in San Diego, hosting more than a dozen parties.
Paradox Entertainment, which is developing a reboot of the "Conan the Barbarian" film franchise, has inked a deal with Dark Horse Comics to publish books based on its slate of films in development.
American Original has assembled a lineup of established comics to produce the graphic novel series "Comedy Death Ray."
Spirit Pictures is looking to breathe new life into King Kong.