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Robert Kirkman once again boarded the CBR yacht to discuss the latest developments in the world of "The Walking Dead," the concept of hope in a world filled with flesh-eating zombies and his beautiful beard.
Cartoonist Jeffrey Brown visited the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con to talk about his latest "Star Wars" kids comic "Jedi Academy," the origins of "Darth Vader and Son" and writing his first movie.
This week, we debuted our CBR Speakeasy set in a series of interviews with Marc Guggenheim, Kyle Higgins & Zeb Wells. Now, Jonah Weiland takes you behind the scenes, documenting the build from start to finish!
Emmy award-winning writer Zeb Wells spoke with CBR TV about working in both comics and television, his "Übermansion" pilot with Bryan Cranston, keeping Jeph Loeb's basic "Nova" plans in place and more.
Writer Kyle Higgins addresses the premature eulogies for "Nightwing," the benefits of settling the character in the real-world city of Chicago, making TMNT fan films and his upcoming foray into creator-owned comics.
Producer/writer Marc Guggenheim joined CBR TV to help christen our all-new new Speakeasy set and, of course, discuss the second season of "Arrow" while taking a look back at the first.
In the second part of Greenest Night, Geoff Johns looked back on his tenure with Hal Jordan, Sinestro and the rest of the multi-hued Corps, turning "Green Lantern" into one of DC Comics' most popular franchises.
At Greenest Night, Geoff Johns looked back on his near-decade writing the adventures of Hal Jordan, Sinestro and the rest of the multi-hued Corps, turning "Green Lantern" into one of DC Comics' most popular franchises.
"Smallville: Season 11" writer Bryan Q. Miller discusses bringing Lana Lang back to the world of the CW's hit Superman series and his plans and goals for Clark, Lois and the rest of the cast.
Kyle Higgins discusses his run on DC Comics' "Nightwing," moving the character from Gotham City of Chicago, taking over the writing chores on the digital first "Batman Beyond" and more.
Artist Doug Mahnke discusses his and Geoff Johns run on "Green Lantern," the DC Comics characters he might be interested in working on in the future and balancing his comics career with competitive bodybuilding.
Valiant CEO Dinesh Shamdasani discusses the company's 8-year journey back to publishing, the importance of exclusives and reaching out to past Valiant creators like Christopher Priest and Kevin Maguire.
"Teen Titans Go!" producers Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath discuss taking the teen heroes in a comedic direction, reuniting with the original series' voice cast and more. Plus, a 7-year-old's review of the first episode!
Comics legend Stan Sakai spoke with CBR TV about working on "47 Ronin" with Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson, returning to the samurai world of "Usagi Yojimbo and pitting Martians against feudal Japanese warriors.
Sam Humphries discusses his "Age of Ultron" spinoff "Avengers A.I.," the challenges in building his first Marvel series from scratch, the Dark Horse-published hardcover edition of his creator-owned "Sacrifice" and more.
Award winning cartoonist Gene Luen Yang discusses how he landed the job of writing Dark Horse's "Avatar: The Last Airbender" OGN series, his view on "Avatar" fan-fiction, his project about the Boxer Rebellion and more.
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.
James Robinson spent some time with CBR TV, promising big things for the new Earth 2 Batman, saying the character will have a huge impact on the entire DCU, finding himself post-"Starman" and more.
Artist/writer Frank Cho spoke with CBR TV about reintroducing Amadeus Cho to the Marvel U, the status of and research involved in "Guns & Dinos" and when he plans to return to "Liberty Meadows."
Dan Slott reminisces about how he became Marvel's Spider-Man writer, discusses the immense popularity Spidey has in Mexico and reiterates once again that Peter Parker is dead - and he's not coming back!
At WonderCon, Jeff Smith spent time with CBR TV to discuss IDW's Artist's Edition of "Bone," the upcoming "RASL" hardcover, his upcoming webcomics debut "Tüki Save the Humans" and more.
Scott Snyder relaxed in the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon as he talked about the upcoming oceanic horror series "The Wake" with artist Sean Murphy and what to expect from his and Jim Lee's "Superman Unchained."
Despite an attempt on his life by Mark Waid, Jeff Parker discussed his and artist Jonathan Case's "Batman '66" digital-first comic with CBR TV, explaining how he got the gig, his plans for the series and more.
"The Walking Dead" executive producer Gale Anne Hurd stopped by the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon to discuss the history of the show and things to come in tonight's season finale.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee discusses his work on "Superman Unchained" with writer Scott Snyder, why he returned for another round with the Man of Steel, Jerry Ordway's open letter to DC and more.
Cory Doctorow spoke with CBR TV about Boing Boing's increased focus on comics, his take on current digital comics publishers, the success he's found in DRM-free digital publishing, the future of print and much more.
CBR TV goes back into the 2011 video vault as Good Charlotte guitarist and artist Billy Martin discusses his comic book project "Vitriol the Hunter" from IDW and balancing his two passions.
CBR TV looks back at 2012, sharing hilarious outtakes, bloopers and an impressive amount of kazoo playing from comic book and Hollywood luminaries including Dan DiDio, Ralph Bakshi, Dan Slott, Jim Lee and many more!
Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson and "Captain Midnight" writer Joshua Williamson spoke to CBR in New York about the time displaced hero's new journey and the company's future plans.
"Robot Chicken," "Mad" and newly minted "Avenging Spider-Man" writer Kevin Shinick visited the CBR Tiki Room to discuss his story featuring the wallcrawler and Deadpool, "Robot Chicken's" DC Comics special and more.
Glen Brunswick & Whilce Portacio visited the CBR Tiki Room at New York Comic Con to talk about their new series "Non-Humans" from Image Comics and Portacio's return to creator-owned comics.
Slipknot lead singer Corey Taylor dropped by the CBR Tiki Room at NYCC 2012 to discuss his upcoming project "House of the Golden Bones" with Dark Horse, his love of the comics medium from an early age and more.
"Amazing Spider-Man" writer Dan Slott demonstrates his secret musical genius in a special CBR TV Slott-O-Tuned segment from New York Comic Con 2012.
Fan-favorite writer Brian Wood dropped by the CBR Tiki Room at NYCC 2012 to discuss his upcoming "Star Wars" series with Dark Horse, his Image Comics series "Mara" and more.
Voice actor Phil Lamarr stopped by the CBR Tiki Room at NYCC 2012 to discuss his role as John Stewart on "Justice League," his career in voice acting and more.
"Witch Doctor" writer Brandon Seifert spoke with CBR TV at New York Comic Con about his road to becoming a professional writer, pitfalls to avoid, and his Monkeybrain title "Spirit of the Law."
Writer and former editor Peter J. Tomasi visited the CBR Tiki Room at New York Comic Con 2012 to talk about his upcoming work on DC Comics' "Batman and Robin" and "Green Lantern Corps."
Actor/Director Bill Paxton visited CBR at New York Comic Con to talk about producing his first graphic novel, "Seven Holes For Air," his comic book history, and "All You Need is Kill."
CBR's own Augie De Blieck Jr. spends some time in the hot seat as the longest continuously-published online comics columnist looks back on his career as a comics pundit with Jonah Weiland.
"Iron Man" and "Young Avengers" writer Kieron Gillen dropped by the CBR Tiki Room at New York Comic Con 2012 to discuss his take on Tony Stark, plans for a third "Phonogram" and more.