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The writer talked about bringing his Batman stories, including "Holy Terror," to life, and how he snuck a coda to the pre-Crisis Supergirl's story into DC continuity.
The acclaimed writer and historian (and the NBA's all time leading scorer) talks about his new comic featuring Sherlock Holmes' smarter older brother.
The acclaimed creator talks about her biggest book to date, and how she came to understand her family and her cultural identity in new ways.
"BoJack Horseman" production designer Lisa Hanawalt tells CBR what brought her back for a new collection from Drawn & Quarterly.
Cullen Bunn, Brian Hurtt and Bill Crabtree sit down with CBR News for a spoiler free conversation about the conclusion of their long-running series.
In 1978, Neal Adams and his collaborators teamed two American icons in a book that continues to serve as a reminder of why Ali was the greatest.
Bryan Doerries explains how his OGN borrows from "The Odyssey" to discuss what it's like for soldiers returning home and start a discussion.
The acclaimed novelist discusses her graphic memoir about perceiving family dynamics as a young child, and her terrifying obsession with sharks.
Brian Azzarello and Simon Bisley join forces with brewer Nick Floyd for a tale that brings Three Floyds Brewing's label mascots to violent, humorous life.
Rebecca Sugar talks about writing towards an ending on her hit Cartoon Network show, and how her series is much more than just a sci-fi adventure story.
Simpson tells CBR how her strip, about a little girl and her unicorn friend, provides laughs for readers and is healing for her.
Cartoonists Maris Wicks and Jon Chad explain how to make learning about science fun in the FCBD preview of a new series of graphic novels.
Acclaimed cartoonist Dean Haspiel discusses his new webcomic about a super thief turned reluctant hero living in a sentient, heartbroken Brooklyn.
The Guinness World Record holder for "longest career as a comics artist" reminisces about his legendary career with CBR News and offers advice on longevity
The writer explains to CBR why "Bloody Mary," "Pride & Joy" and "Adventures in the Rifle Brigade," three of his favorites, are returning to print.
Cult cartoonist and musician Brian Chippendale discusses his new graphic novel, the politically satirical "Puke Force."
Jim Ottaviani ("Feynman") and Leland Purvis ("Resistence") speak with CBR about telling the story of one of the most influential figures of the 20th Century.
Cartoonist Jeff Nicholson discusses his story of surreal, oppressive corporate life and why it includes his first comics work in over a decade.
Sara Varon, the cartoonist behind "Bake Sale" and "President Squid," discusses the expanded edition of her first book with CBR News.
Carl Potts spoke with us about his passion project coming back into print, his time mentoring creators like Jim Lee and Arthur Adams, and more.