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This past weekend during the MOCCA Art Festival in NYC, David Arroyo conducted a handful of audio interviews for CBR News. He spoke with "Robots R Cool & Zombies R Jerks" creator Devin T. Quin, "The K Chronicles'" Keith Knight and "Box Office Poison's" Alex Robinson. Come inside to download the interviews.
Marvel Comics just wrapped up a press conference to update fans on the status of "Civil War: X-Men" and "Civil War: Young Avengers & Runaways." CBR News has all the news, including the role of mutants in "Civil War" and the news outlets that will spotlight the series.
While it started life as a webcomic and suffered the collapse of one publishing company, "Athena Voltaire" has found a new home with Ape Entertainment. We spoke with the creative team of Steve Brant, Paul Daly and Chad Fidler about this adventure comic in the style of "Indiana Jones" and "Tomb Raider."
At this very moment, are people scribbling away at a new draft of the Richards family's next adventure? We wonder, while finding out who's getting international with Asterix, reboot the Barbarian, see if we can fit Nacho Libre in green spandex and more outrageous movie madness.
You can't keep a good kid down. "Franklin Richards" returns this summer, with more trouble for our titular tyke, and we spoke to the creative team about this Eisner nominated Marvel Comic.
If you haven't read "Civil War" #2, or don't want the events spoiled, then you won't want to read what Marvel Comics has planned next for the hero at the center of the issue's shocking twist. Includes a preview of the cover to "Civil War" #5. This is your SPOILER WARNING.
The twists and turns of this case seem Byzantine, as retailer Gordon Lee faces more charges in one of the most unusual legal cases to hit the comic book community. Details inside.
You know Matt Wagner from his work on books like "Grendel," "Mage" and the upcoming "Batman and the Mad Monk." Now, get to know Matt Wagner for his other great passion, cooking! CBR News spoke with Wagner about cooking and he even shared with us a recipe for Gazpacho you'll want to try yourself.
It may only be the first day of its release, but Marvel Comics' "Civil War" #2 is already causing quite a stir. We're doing to discuss the events inside, so consider this your SPOILER WARNING.
Chuck Dixon announced today he'll be adapting the upcoming instant cult-classic film "Snakes on a Plane" for Wildstorm later this year.
Think your parents' marriage was strained? Try having parents from different dimensions! Later this month, little Emily Edison deals with just this problem in her own titular OGN and CBR News spoke to writer David Hopkins all about it.
With the "Dave Johnson Full-Color Sketchbook 2006" coming from Boom! Studios this August, we caught up with Johnson for a quick chat on what we can expect to find in this, his second sketchbook.
More mechanized madness with the kids from Cybertron, while Peter Parker hangs out, Wesley Crusher gets magnetic and more in today's news summary.
UPDATED Marvel Comics has released previews of four July shipping titles, "Uncanny X-Men" #475, "Beyond" #1, "Incredible Hulk" #96 and "Marvel Westerns: Kid Colt And the Arizona Girl."
This August, Matt Wagner revisits the Dark Knight's early years in the new mini-series "Batman and the Mad Monk." We spoke with Wagner at length about the series, as well as his plans for the 25th anniversary of Grendel in 2007.
Sure, ninjas get all the love, but you can't count out the samurai, not when writer Gary Reed is at the helm. Reed told CBR News about his new illustrated novel from Actionopolis, plus discussed his time running Caliber and more.
The news barely shows up to work, with a closer look at the devil in the details, a game show for Clark, Lex and Lois and more in today's look at links, legends and lies.