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Pak, Coulton & Miyazawa Team For

Pak, Coulton & Miyazawa Team For "Code Monkey Save World"

Writer Greg Pak, musician Jonathan Coulton and artist Takeshi Miyazawa adapt Coulton's songs to comics in "Code Monkey Save World," a Kickstarter-funded digital graphic novel released through Monkeybrain Comics.

CBR TV: Mark Waid On The Growth Of Thrillbent 2.0

CBR TV: Mark Waid On The Growth Of Thrillbent 2.0

Mark Waid discusses the upgrades readers have discovered with the release of Thrillbent 2.0, and how the site has begun to tackle the tough subjects of distribution, monetization and more.

Talking Comics With The

Talking Comics With The "Insufferable" Peter Krause

"Insufferable" artist Peter Krause discusses the return of his and Mark Waid's Thrillbent comic, the appeal of going digital and the way his approach to illustrating has adapted to accommodate the online format.

Mark Waid Goes Viral With Thrillbent Relaunch

Mark Waid Goes Viral With Thrillbent Relaunch

A redesign for Mark Waid's forward-thinking comics portal Thrillbent includes new comics, new features and enhanced sharing options that will make spreading strips like "Insufferable" as easy as posting YouTube clips.

Women In Comics: Stevenson & Corsetto on Webcomics and the Future

Women In Comics: Stevenson & Corsetto on Webcomics and the Future

CBR's Women In Comics Month concludes with webcomic creators Danielle Corsetto and Noelle Stevenson telling CBR News about online sexism and the future of women in comics.

Lana Lang To Make

Lana Lang To Make "Smallville Season 11" Debut In April

More than four years after the character last appeared on television, Lana Lang will return in DC Comics’ digital-first series "Smallville Season 11."

Analyzing The Legal Details Of comiXology Submit

Analyzing The Legal Details Of comiXology Submit

Brian Cronin dives into the legal details in the comiXology Submit program, examining the contract and offering advice on what comic creators should consider when signing up with the new service.

DC Announces Digital-First Batman Comic Based On Classic TV Show

DC Announces Digital-First Batman Comic Based On Classic TV Show

DC Comics will expand its digital-first comics line this summer with the debut of "Batman ’66," a series based on the classic television series by Jeff Parker and Jonathan Case with Mike Allred covers.

SXSW: Marvel Brings New Formats, Video & 700 Free #1s

SXSW: Marvel Brings New Formats, Video & 700 Free #1s

At South by Southwest, Marvel announced plans for more Infinite Comics, a new music initiative called Project Gamma, more online video programming and a free comics push as Peter Phillips and Axel Alonso explain.

Marvel Moves Unlimited Digital To iPads, iPhones

Marvel Moves Unlimited Digital To iPads, iPhones

In the first of its anticipated 2013 SXSW announcements, Marvel has re-branded and expanded its Digital Comics Unlimited subscription platform as it brings the pay service to iPads and iPhones.

Talking Comics With Monkeybrain's Chris Roberson

Talking Comics With Monkeybrain's Chris Roberson

ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with Monkeybrain co-publisher Chris Roberson about his and artist Dennis Culver's upcoming "Edison Rex," a series about a villain who decides he'd rather be a super hero.

EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW:

EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: "Arrow" #18

Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR has an exclusive preview of "Arrow" #18, a tie-in to The CW's television show. Detective Lance is forced to choose between Laurel and his career February 6.

Emanata Does Digital Comics for Indie Creators

Emanata Does Digital Comics for Indie Creators

CBR News spoke with George Chen, CEO of digital comics app Emanata, to talk about the company’s updating publishing apps for the ipad and iphone, designed for independent comic creators.

NYCC: Oni Commits To Webcomics With New OniPress.com

NYCC: Oni Commits To Webcomics With New OniPress.com

In a major new publishing initiative, Oni Press will relaunch its website in January as a fully functional webcomics portal with multiple new serials from webcomics all-stars and classic reprints, EIC James Lucas Jones explains.

Faith Erin Hicks Talks

Faith Erin Hicks Talks "Superhero Girl" Flying To Dark Horse

ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson talks to "The Adventures of Superhero Girl" creator Faith Erin Hicks about the webcomics' upcoming print collection from Dark Horse Comics.

Tony Cliff Dives Into “Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant”

Tony Cliff Dives Into “Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant”

Cartoonist Tony Cliff spoke with CBR News on the future and style of his Eisner Award-nominated swashbuckling webcomic, "Delilah Dirk."

Woodward Pitches the

Woodward Pitches the "Bottom of the Ninth"

CBR News spoke with artist and animator Ryan Woodward about his new iPad app/animated graphic novel, "Bottom of the Ninth," a baseball yarn set 200 years in the future.

Emma Capps Builds

Emma Capps Builds "The Chapel Chronicles"

Teenage cartoonist Emma Capps spoke to CBR News about her ongoing webcomic, which she posts in two languages, reviewing Plato's "Republic" for the Unshelved Book Club, and more.

Derek Kirk Kim Says

Derek Kirk Kim Says "Tune," "Mythomania" are the "Same Difference"

The award-winning cartoonist talks about the new HC edition of "Same Difference," his current webcomic, the first print volume of which comes out this year and his filmmaking debut.

"Axe Cop" Co-Creator Ethan Nicolle Prepares for "Bearmageddon"

Ethan Nicolle, co-creator the wildly successful "Axe Cop" with his then-five-year old brother Malachai, spoke with CBR News about "Bearmageddon," his webcomic about an all-out war on mankind by bears.

Combat Human Trafficking with the Comic Creators for Freedom

Combat Human Trafficking with the Comic Creators for Freedom

IDW Creator and Comic Creators for Freedom founder Lora Innes sends out a call to arms to comic creators and fans to help combat human trafficking in the United States in a special CBR guest editorial.

D’Errico and Weibe Launch

D’Errico and Weibe Launch "Sky Pirates of Neo Terra" Webcomic

Artist Camilla d’Errico and "Green Wake" writer Kurtis J. Weibe have teamed for a webcomic based on "Sky Pirates of Neo Terra," the Nintendo DC game turned Image anthology, and ROBOT 6 has the details.

CBR TV: Emma Caulfield, Camilla Rantsen on

CBR TV: Emma Caulfield, Camilla Rantsen on "Ripped"

Co-writers Emma Caulfield and Camilla Rantsen discuss the genesis of their current webcomic, "Ripped," plans for the future and Caulfield's return to the world of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" by way of Anya's bunny suit.

"Buffy's" Emma Caulfield Gets "Ripped"

The "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" alum spoke with CBR News about her newest webcomic endeavor involving a psychic university and the humble beginnings of Jack the Ripper.

NYCC: MTV's Stan Lee's

NYCC: MTV's Stan Lee's "The Seekers" Contest Winner Panel

While the panel started off with some confusion and an early exit by Stan Lee, MTV's new webcomics creators charmed the audience with their plans for the upcoming "The Seekers."

Renee Lott's

Renee Lott's "Studly Pete" Rises Online

Cartoonist Renee Lott spoke with CBR News about the follow-up project to "Festering Romance, her recently-launched webcomic "The Rise and Fall of Studly Pete."

Rucka & Burchett Set Sail With

Rucka & Burchett Set Sail With "Lady Sabre"

Acclaimed creators Greg Rucka and Rick Burchett expand their adventure repertoire with the new "Lady Sabre & The Pirates of the Ineffable Aether" webcomic, telling CBR their plans for Steampunk swashbuckling.

Graphicly Redesigns And Redefines

Graphicly Redesigns And Redefines

The online comics provider is working its way through a new model that allows both indie creators and established publishers to upload comics online to be read and embedded anywhere as "the YouTube of comics," explains CEO Micah Baldwin.

CSBG's Month of Webcomics!

CSBG's Month of Webcomics!

Throughout the month of May, CSBG has been spotlighting a different webcomic every day! See which have been featured so far and maybe you'll discover a new favorite strip!

Xeric Winner Jason Brubaker Brings

Xeric Winner Jason Brubaker Brings "reMIND" to Print

Xeric Grant winner Jason Brubaker brings his acclaimed independent web series to print and discusses the OGN, his extremely successful Kickstarter drive and and gives tips on self-publishing.

Thompson Visits the

Thompson Visits the "Cul de Sac"

Richard Thompson, the cartoonist behind the syndicated "Cul de Sac" strip, talks to CBR News about the challenges of a daily strip, Toad Zombies, the influences of caricature and “Pogo.”

Siegel on

Siegel on "Sailor Twain"

Mark Siegel, the Editorial Director of First Second books talks to CBR News about his webcomic centering on the Hudson River and mermaids working in charcoal and designing wine labels.

Moen and Parker Talk

Moen and Parker Talk "Bucko"

Cartoonist Erika Moen teams with webcomics rookie Jeff Parker for "Bucko," which launches today, and the duo took time out to speak with CBR News about the dick and fart joke murder-mystery.

SPINOFF: Taking Measure of

SPINOFF: Taking Measure of "V"

"V" actor Charles Measure spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about his portrayal of hired assassin Kyle Hobbes, his character’s evolution from cutthroat mercenary to impassioned soldier and what he expects to see in season two.

CBR's Webcomics Weekend 2 Report

CBR's Webcomics Weekend 2 Report

Last weekend saw the second New England Webcomics Weekend take place and CBR News was there, checking out the various panels, meeting the creators and showing everyone who attended the event a good time.

Liefeld Resurrects

Liefeld Resurrects "Zombie Jesus"

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.

NYCC: Kurtz Talks Digital vs. Print

NYCC: Kurtz Talks Digital vs. Print

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.

More Than One Way to

More Than One Way to "Skin Horse"

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."

Beranek & DiGerolamo Open The Webcomic Factory

Beranek & DiGerolamo Open The Webcomic Factory

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.

The

The "Abominable" Karl Kerschl

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."

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