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One of the key artists involved in "Smith Magazine's" online "Pekar Project," Tara Seibel spoke with CBR about breaking into comics from the graphic design field, life in Cleveland, the softer side of Harvey Pekar and much more.
Publisher comiXology continues to bring original comics content to their iPhone app with the release of "Moon Girl" this month. Writers Johnny Zito and Tony Trov talk with CBR about their update of the Golden Age superhero title.
Straight out of Cleveland, legendary comics scribe Harvey Pekar spoke with CBR News about "The Pekar Project," his many other upcoming projects and watching people eat old twinkie filling with Anthony Bourdain.
The acclaimed artist behind Image Comics' "The Amazing Joy Buzzards," Dan Hipp concludes his long-delayed Tokyopop series "Gyakushu!" online as he prepares to take on "Ben 10" in February.
The artist behind acclaimed graphic novels "Shooting War" and "08: A Graphic Diary of the Campaign Trail," Dan Goldman returns to webcomics with a brand new serialized story that appears every Tuesday on Tor.com.
"The Dreamer's" Lora Innes joins with J.K. Woodward, Lar DeSouza, Thom Zahler and many other comic writers and artists in order to speak out against human trafficking through their art.
COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD's resident webcomic, "Comic Critics," has reached it's 100th installment! Join creators Sean Whitmore and Brandon Hanvey as they take a look at 2009's infamous December Skip Week.
Child's Play's Kristin Lindsay talks about the charity that started as a toy drive for a single hospital and has grown into an international annual event showing that when gamers give back, it makes a huge difference.
This holiday season may end up seeing the biggest "PvP" Christmas storyline ever as the strip's creator, Scott Kurtz, is joined by comic book legend Neal Adams to present the latest battle in the Kringus vs. Santa Claus war.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing and Paramount Studios, CBR presents a preview of the digital comic "Paranormal Activity: The Search For Katie, A Case Study by Dr. Johann Averys DMN" by Scott Lobdell and Mark Badger.
The comic art legend explains how he pitched Marvel on making a motion comic from Joss Whedon & John Cassaday's hit, what it takes to make the form work and how he'll celebrate the book's launch.
On October 28th fans can purchase the first episode in the motion comic adaptation of Joss Whedon and John Cassaday's "Gifted." CBR News spoke with Cassaday about the project and his involvement with it.
The new historical fiction webcomic by "Hannibal Goes to Rome" writer Brendan McGinley ruminates on what could have been if Carthage, instead of Rome, had been the ultimate victor in the Punic Wars.
CBR News speaks with Tom Siddell, creator of the popular fantasy/adventure webcomic, "Gunnerkrigg Court," which is releasing it's second hardcover collection this November, courtesy of Archaia.
The writer talks about creating a motion comic from the ground up and the potential future of the comic industry as motion comics continue to increase in popularity.
On the eve of their second anniversary, Zuda Comics' Ron Perazza talks with ROBOT 6 about the webcomic imprint's first two years, controversies they've faced, awards they've won and what the future holds in store.
Nineties nostalgia and Korean rap collide in "K.G.B.," a new webcomic by Eisner winner Becky Cloonan and cartoonist Hwan Cho, who talked to CBR News about the epic story of the Korean rap group K.G.B.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you an advance look at "Wolverine Vs. Thor," a new web comic from writer Frank Tieri and artist Paco Diaz that debuts next week on Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited.
Larry Smith and Jeff Newelt of Smith Magazine talk to CBR about Josh Neufeld’s New Orleans book "A.D.", the role that comics play at the magazine, and their new ongoing project with Harvey Pekar.
The cartoonist behind “Goats,” Jonathan Rosenberg talks to CBR about working more than a decade in the webcomics trenches and the new editions of his strip coming out through Del Rey books.
Following a one-month gap in publication, MySpace has welcomed Dark Horse back with a new issue of "MySpace Dark Horse Presents" featuring a Buffy story written by Jane Espenson.
The creator of the popular "Dinosaur Comics" web series, Ryan North goes in-depth with CBR about the venerable strip, its origins and inspirations, his favorite comics and his reinvention of web advertising,
Emma Caulfield reflects on her career as Anya on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" with co-stars Camden Toy and Doug Jones and talks her new Web comic "Contropussy."
This November, Spider-Man becomes a world wide webhead when an original serialized tale of the Webslinger begins on Marvel Comics Digital Unlimited. CBR News spoke with writer Bob Gale about the project.
Rantz Hoseley revealed in San Diego that the Longbox digital comics platform will feature comics by BOOM!, Top Cow, Shadowline, Dabel Brothers, NBM and Archaia, among others.
Comic are undergoing a metamorphosis in the constantly changing digital world. Dave Gibbons, Paul Levitz and others discussed the evolution at DC's motion comics panel.
July's "MySpace Dark Horse Presents" features a new Buffy tale by Joss Whedon & Jo Chen! But it's not on MySpace. CBR spoke with editor Sierra Hahn about the project and the publisher's relationship with the beleaguered social networking giant.
Created by Jeremy Love and published by Zuda Comics, "Bayou" virtually swept last week's Glyph Awards, recognizing the best in comics made by, for and about people of color.
Up-and-coming creators Alec Longstreth and Carolyn Main take the spotlight in May's edition of MySpace Dark Horse Presents. We spoke to them about Main's darkly offbeat comedy and Longstreth's quirky fantasy world.
With a new Dark Horse collection just released, the Eisner-nominated cartoonist behind the webcomic "Wondermark" talks to CBR about his love of 19th Century illustration, his fans, and what it takes to create an electric jolly.
Fan favorite cartoonist Corey Lewis updates CBR on his Oni Press book "Sharknife," details the saga of UDON's "Rival Schools," and discusses his popular webcomics strip "Seedless."
Webcartoonists and fans descended on Massachusetts’ Pioneer Valley for the premiere webcomics convention to talk comics, buy t-shirts and meet people known only through the web in person.
Swedish cartoonist Rene Engström talks to CBR about her webcomic “Anders Loves Maria,” how an ongoing story changes in the telling, and the meaning of the word "bork."
This week in "The Thirsty," the Sheriff slowly simmers, the vampire master musters his forces in broad daylight and a secret to the fate of Drytown slips out into plain view as "Strangeways" continues.
A webecomics writer and head of Blind Ferret Entertainment, Ryan Sohmer talks to CBR News about his popular and irreverent series, "Least I Could Do," and its transition to television, as well as other animated projects.
Wisecracking history buff Brendan McGinley recounts his experiences taking his webcomic "Hannibal" from Zuda to Shadowline and explains why ancient history can be so hilarious.
This spring, readers can experience Brian Bendis and Alex Maleev's "Spider-Woman" series in print or on their computers as a digital comic with the added elements of sound and movement.
During the NYCC Zuda Comics panel, DC's online imprint shared with their audience insider stories and various plans for 2009 with the help of its assembled creative roster, "flaming" text, an impromptu sketch and their mate from down under.
Rosscott, the webcomics creator who devised the easy-to-follow instruction manual for life found in “The System,” shares with CBR News a few road signs for simple storytelling.
An eclectic collection of creators including Scott Kurtz, Danielle Corsetto, Brad Guigar, Scott Sava, Dave Kellett and Kris Straub welcomed fans in Baltimore to discuss the love of all things webcomics.