There's no prom at Comic-Con, but if there was, Chris Hardwick could be crowned king.
First, impress the industry, then take the sales pitch to consumers.
Films may have hogged the spotlight at Comic-Con Intl. over the years, but TV shows now far outnumber movies at the fanboy fest.
For film fans, buying an early ticket to Comic-Con -- before Hollywood locks in its presentations -- can be a gamble.
Marvel Studios may seem as Hollywood as it gets, now that it's producing tentpoles like the "Iron Man" franchise, "The Incredible Hulk," "Thor," "Captain America" and "The Avengers." But the company…
The overcrowding of Comic-Con in San Diego is starting to have a positive effect on San Francisco sister event WonderCon, with the latter becoming more attractive to the entertainment biz as an…
There's hardly a nerd Gareb Shamus doesn't like.
The nation's largest gathering of fanboys will continue to take place in San Diego through at least 2015.
Tanem Davidson makes a case for cultural legitimacy in this wide-ranging but dry docu.
WHILE DRIVING DOWN TO Comic-Con last week to promote "Salt," Lorenzo di Bonaventura reflected on how long it took him to get the picture off the ground.
Imagine a premiere on any given night in Hollywood. Then multiply that by at least five.