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The "Deadpool" co-creator's latest original series takes the zombie genre to truly biblical proportions. Rob Liefeld spoke with CBR about "Zombie Jesus" and other webcomics he's planning to publish in the near future.
What was intended to be a debate between webcomics titan Scott Kurtz and legendary cartoonist Ted Rall about web versus print turned into a thoughtful discussion about the future of print media.
Writer/artist Shaenon Garrity spoke with CBR about her webcomic "Skin Horse," her history on the web, working for Viz Media, financing projects with Kickstarter and her upcoming book "CLAMP in America."
Christian Beranek and Tony DiGerolamo discuss their new webcomic hub, explaining how the internet born format is continuously changing the way comics and other forms of media are being produced.
Karl Kerschl, the critically acclaimed artist and writer of "Wednesday Comics," "Teen Titans: Year One" and more spoke with CBR News about his Eisner-nominated webcomic "The Abominable Charles Christopher."
In light of last week's announcements regarding new "Girl Genius" projects, the popular webcomic's co-creator Phil Foglio spoke with ROBOT 6, discussing the deal with Tor, the audiobooks, prose novels and more.
We spoke with Scott Allie about the end of "MySpace Dark Horse Presents," the title's pending return to print what's next for Dark Horse's digital comics and an exclusive story from the final issue!
DC Comics has announced that as of today, the zudacomics.com website will be shut down, but they will continue to offer titles through comiXology's iTunes App and PlayStation®Network.
Commando atheists armed to the teeth against supernatural threats headline the latest from MySpace Dark Horse Presents, and CBR has the full comic story along with word from writer Justin Aclin.
Marvel Comics has released the first trailer for "Iron Man: Extremis," the publisher's latest motion comic endeavor which will adapt the popular Warren Ellis and Adi Granov storyline.
Marvel's next motion comic will be Iron Man Extreme, presumably an adaptation of the "Extremis" story arc by Warren Ellis and Adi Granov that influenced the 2008 film starring Robert Downey Jr. ROBOT 6 has details.
A motion comic based on the "Command & Conquer" video game series arrived this past weekend and we spoke with writer Jackson Lanzing about the project. Check out the interview, then watch the first episode right here!
ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson speaks to the anonymous creator of First Second's newest webcomic, which is about a mother searching for her missing son after the Iranian presidential election of 2009.
Veteran webcartoonists Bill Barnes and Paul Southworth took some time and spoke with CBR News about turning their creative sites on the software industry in their new collaborative webcomic "Not Invented Here."
Writer Joey Comeau and photographer Emily Horne spoke with CBR News about about the origins, future and creative process behind their long-running webcomic "A Softer World" and it's upcoming second print collection.
Phil Foglio, the artist and co-writer of the Hugo Award-winning "Girl Genius," spoke with CBR about being halfway through the epic steampunk story and gives the acceptance speech he would have delivered at Worldcon.
Cartoonist Ed Piskor's latest volume of "Wizzywig," featuring the adventures of an early computer hacker and "social engineer," is available now through the artist's web site. CBR News spoke with Piskor about the new book.
The writer of ROBOT 6's ongoing webcomic "Strangeways," Matt Maxwell talked with CBR News about the tradition of weird westerns, werewolves, online serialization and what he has planned for his next project.
CBR has an exclusive first look at "Brody's Ghost" part two, which hits "MySpace Dark Horse Presents" next week. We spoke with writer-artist Mark Crilley about the web comics and the graphic novel series starting in June.
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.