Did you miss theoretical physicist Brian Greene's amazing panel at New York Comic Con? Don't fret — the whole thing is now online, complete with gorgeous clips from his new NOVA special The Fabric of the Cosmos.
Watch one clever dancing Pokemon fan pop the question to his lady, amongst the madness at New York Comic Con. Sure this isn't the first dancing wedding proposal we've seen, but it is the only one with Boba Fett. Plus the "I Do" cartoon bubble is priceless.
At the New York Comic Con, io9 spoke with author Brian Wood (DMZ, Northlanders) and illustrator Becky Cloonan (Demo, American Virgin) about their new Conan The Barbarian series for Dark Horse Comics. The animated duo told io9 about their various upcoming projects (and elaborated on the creative hurdles one encounters…
With the runaway success of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Fire and Ice, even epic fantasy has toned down the sword-and-sorcery, and ramped up the gritty realism. At NYCC's "Winter is Here" panel, Brandan Sanderson, Peter V. Brett, and other authors offered their theories.
You've read all about the awesome Bruce Banner footage that was screened at New York Comic Con's Avengers panel. Now watch our favorite moments from the panel, and find out why Avengers 2 might have a brand new cast.
The TV show Oddities focuses on a shop devoted to odd objects, and at New YOrk Comic Con we saw a scene that was so gruesome, they couldn't include it in the episode. Which interaction was so disturbing it had to be axed from a show that celebrates the bizarre?
At New York Comic Con, io9 caught up with writer Jeff Lemire, current writer of DC Comics' New 52 titles Animal Man and Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E.
Holy Female Spider Jerusalem! There was some seriously creative cosplay at New York Comic Con this year. We combed the convention floor, looking for the best of the best, and here it is. Seriously, FEMALE SPIDER JERUSALEM.
In addition to checking out the new Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance footage screened at New York Comic Con, io9 had the opportunity to chat with Crank directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor.
At New York Comic Con's Del Rey/Spectra panel, some of the imprints' most popular authors — including Naomi Novik, Scott Westerfeld, and Peter V. Brett — hinted at what to expect next.
New York Comic Con is a staccato tizzy of panels, press releases, and floor chatter. It can be difficult to keep up with all of the news coming out of the show, so we've narrowed it down to ten reveals that are particularly noteworthy.
After debuting at NYCC, the trailer for DC's latest animated series has hit the web. Check out a snippet of Justice League: Doom, a new animated movie based loosely on Mark Waid's classic Batman-screws-up-royally storyline "Tower of Babel." The direct-to-video movie is due in early 2012.
How different will the new Total Recall reboot be from Paul Verhoeven and Arnold Schwarzenegger's classic Mars mystery? The answer is "entirely." At least that's what we got from the few glimpses of new footage screened at New York Comic Con.
At the New York Comic Con screening for ABC's Once Upon a Time, we were shown an intriguing fantasy comprised of equal parts promise and problems.
Urban fantasy is famous for taking real cities and recreating them as paranormal landscapes. At the New York Comic Con panel "Demonic Hotspots, Infernal Pit Stops and the Badlands," six writers explained why and how.
Five minutes from tonight's Walking Dead premiere was screened at New York Comic Con last night, and now it's already online. Check out the gang's first bloody encounter with a walker herd.
New York Comic Con saw the premiere of new grizzled Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance footage, including Ciarán Hinds done up like the devil and skulls barfing fire. Plus, find out how Crank directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor rebooted the Penance Stare.