Professor Toucan is here to put your tech skills to the test!
Questions about buying, shipping, and selling badges? Our preregistration FAQ has you covered!
WonderCon 2016's second group of special guests is announced for the event on March 25–27 at the Los Angeles Convention Center!
Important info you need to participate in Attendee Preregistration Saturday, November 14 and some exciting new announcements!
Steve Lieber tells us about the things he's especially thankful for in comics ... after all, tis the season!
All four branches of the Comic-Con International Graphic Novel Book Clubs came together in late October to talk to writer Joshua Williamson about his Nailbiter series, published by Image Comics!
Maggie Thompson talks about epic comic book stories and the creators behind them!
Submissions are now being accepted for the 2016 Comic-Con International Independent Film Festival!
Now you can follow WonderCon on Instagram with our brand new official account!
WonderCon Wednesday spotlights the first wave of special guest announcements for the 2016 event, to be held March 25–27 at the Los Angeles Convention Center!
Make sure your information in our Member ID system is up-to-date, especially your mailing address!
Katie Cook jumps into the Halloween spirit with this adorable ghost with a pumpkin, and YOU can draw it, too!
Marc Bernardin dips into his Twitter mailbag to answer your questions!
Artist Steve Lieber has advice for artists on how to make thing authentic ... the secret word is RESEARCH!
The best way to start thinking about WonderCon 2016 (March 25–27 at the Los Angeles Convention Center) is to look back at all the fun from our 2015 show!
It's time to start thinking about WonderCon 2016, March 25–27 (Easter weekend) at the Los Angeles Convention Center!
It's the scariest month of the year, and Maggie Thompson talks about some comic book frights just in time for Halloween!
We've added a new Job Opportunities page here on our website, showcasing employment openings at Comic-Con International!
Katie Cook shows us how to draw a Kiwi ... both the fruit and the wingless bird!
The Comic-Con International Graphic Novel Book Clubs read 8 separate books for September!
Marc Bernardin offers writers advice on how to pick the best route: Creator-owned or work-for-hire.
Steve Lieber looks at Alison Bechel's Fun Home, the multi award-winning graphic novel which is now a hit play on Broadway!
Maggie Thompson looks back on 55 years worth of Septembers and how they helped shape her life.
No reason to get out of the water ... Katie Cook draws a cute and cuddly (if somewhat slippery) hammerhead shark! Keep those crayons and paper dry, kids!
We're extending The Art of Comic-Con gallery exhibition for one extra week, until Labor Day weekend! Your last chance to see the show is Sunday, Sept. 6th.