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CBR talks to “Sparks” co-creators Chris Folino & William Katt and voice actor Michael Pare about translating the print version of “Sparks” into a motion comic for the iPhone, and the changing face of the comics industry. UPDATED with trailer!
CBR News talks to writer Joe Hill about the second chapter of IDW’s “Locke & Key,” what the demon called Dodge has in store for the Locke family, and the future of the franchise.
CBR speaks with IDW publisher Chris Ryall about his most recent foray into writing with “Groom Lake,” a new miniseries about UFOs, a cigarette smoking alien and government intrigue featuring artwork by Ben Templesmith.
CBR News talks to artist Jorge Lucas about the current arc of Top Cow’s “The Darkness,” his collaboration with writer & artist Phil Hester, and the upcoming 75th issue milestone, featuring Darkness artists past and present.
Creators Scott Tipton & Stephen Mooney talk about their adaptation of the “Angel” episode “Not Fade Away,” which Angel comics they consider canon, and their individual contributions to “Angel: After the Fall."
CBR News talks to writers Leah Moore & John Reppion about IDW’s “Doctor Who: The Whispering Gallery,” featuring art by Ben Templesmith and a story about a planet where emotions are outlawed.
Rich Koslowski’s 3 Geeks are back and obsessed with grading comics. CBR spoke with the author about "Slab Madness," which pits Keith, Allen and Jim against a mysterious cult called the Cee Gee Cee.
CBR News talks to long-time Transformers writer Simon Furman about IDW Publishing's “Maximum Dinobots,” which pits the titular robots about Scorponok and his Headmaster army.
CBR News talks to “The Darkness” writer Phil Hester about “Lodbrok’s Hand,” a one-shot fantasy tale of a Viking-era Darkness wielder, tailor-made for artist Michael Avon Oeming.
CBR talks to Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik about the company’s plans for 2009, including a fixed $2.99 cover price, a the return of fan-favorites Cyberforce and Hunter-Killer, a cohesive universe and much more.
In this final edition, Top Cow President Matt Hawkins speaks extremely candidly about the Cow's history as a business, past associates, and the company's endeavors in film, video games and other media.
Our Top Cow spotlight continues with Vice President of Editorial Rob Levin, who talks to CBR News about his history with the company, developing Pilot Season, editing "Madame Mirage," and what's next for the Cow.
Our Top Cow spotlight continues with Ron Marz and Phil Hester , who speak very candidly and in depth about writing the company's flagship titles, the comics industry and much more.
Our WEEK OF TOP COW feature continues with an in-depth chat with Publisher Filip Sablik about his rise from marketing manager to head of the Cow's comics operation, online initiatives, Pilot Season, and more.
In this first part of a week-long feature spotlighting Top Cow Productions, CBR News speaks with founder and artist Marc Silvestri about his company's beginnings and early successes, and where Top Cow is headed next.
CBR talks to creators Mark Long, Nick Sagan and M. Zachary Sherman about Radical's “Shrapnel,” chronicling a civil war that ensures when Venus revolts against a growing galactic empire. With a 22-page preview!
Moonstone Books is re-launching their “The Phantom” title, and CBR News talks to writer Mike Bullock and creative consultant David Michelinie about the direction of and inspirations behind the new series.
CBR News talks to Warren Ellis, Paul Duffield and Avatar's William Christensen about the first print collection of the team's free weekly webcomic, “FreakAngels,” and what’s in store for readers in Book 2.
CBR News talks to writers Marc Bernardin and Adam Freeman about “Genius,” one of the winners of Top Cow’s 2008 Pilot Season competition that will return in 2009 as a new ongoing series.
CBR News speaks to writer Troy Hickman about “Twilight Guardian,” one of the winners of Top Cow’s 2008 Pilot Season competition that will be returning as an ongoing series in the Fall.