Luke Cage History: From Hero for Hire to Hollywood
TV, Comic Books
I’m Alex. Most of the writers here at CBR have a beat, a publisher or specific field that they oversee, but my beat is broader and more informal. I spend much of my time talking with independent and underground cartoonists, designers, comic strip creators and webcartoonists. It is, quite possibly, the coolest job ever.
When I’m not here at CBR, I work for Suicidegirls.com, where I interview people about comics, art and literature, and freelance for publications like The Daily Beast, SFX and the Hartford Advocate. I drink too much tea, meditate far too little, and still intend to one day fulfill my childhood ambition of living in a treehouse
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The acclaimed cartoonist, long known for his nonfictional comics about historical mysteries has now crafted a fictional one starring actress Louise Brooks.
The acclaimed writer and artist spoke with CBR about their new, very different sort of graphic novel.
Speaking with CBR about his career, the legendary creator explains why he likes seeing his older work recolored, and the importance of serendipity.
CBR's Alex Dueben recounts what he learned from Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples' first "Saga" HC, which turned out to be the important lessons.
Peggy Burns reveals her excitement about the company's future while reflecting on D+Q's sometimes rocky past.
The cartoonist shares the secret origin of his "exaggerated auto-bio" comic with CBR, and his plans for the future of the Oafiverse.
The artist behind seminal stories like "Kraven's Last Hunt" and the first "Punisher" series reflects on his career, and its Marvel Comics highlights.
Seth tells CBR about the new chapter of “Clyde Fans,” continuing the autobiographical tale “Nothing Lasts” and building a barber shop.
The legendary artist spoke with CBR about his many projects and collaborators, and wanting to be like Alex Raymond when he grew up.
The cartoonist discusses her swamp animal kids book, lessons learned from Charles Schulz and why "The Peanuts Movie" is on the right track.
The award-winning cartoonist talks about "Fatherland," her new OGN that looks at the life of her father, a Serbian terrorist who was killed when she was a child.
The legendary writer discusses half a century in comics, Ultron and the Vision, staying as busy as ever and why he no longer reads Marvel or DC series.
"Adventure Time" writer Danielle Corsetto talks about concluding her webcomic and looks ahead to the next chapter of her career.
The veteran comics writer opens up on penning "Archie" #666, his thoughts on reinventing characters, and what the Riverdale gang means to him.
Writer Ryan Burton explains the origin of the "Dark Engine" world and how he and artist John Bivens are approaching this story differently from the first.
Meredith Gran discusses her new "Adventure Time: Marceline Gone Adrift" miniseries, heading towards the finale of "Octopus Pie" and more.
The award-winning cartoonist talks the origins of his industry-skewering comic, Neil Gaiman's contribution to its script, and his next project.
David Micheline looks back on what many consider the definitive "Iron Man" run, creating Scott Lang and why he left DC Comics for Marvel.
Eisner-winner Stan Sakai talks with CBR News about returning to his famed 17th Century rabbit samurai after a two-year hiatus.
The "Earthworm Jim" creator explains why he's going multi-volume for the first time with his latest project, which was 15 years in the making.