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Teddy Kristiansen, the artist behind "Genius" and "It's a bird..." and creator of "The Re[a]d Diary" tells CBR about collaborating with Steven T. Seagle, their new book "Mercury" and more.
Cartoonist Lucy Bellwood discussed her autobiographical nautical comics with CBR News, depicting life at Guantanamo Bay, being a part of "Cartozia" and the complex relationship between sailors and pirates.
Longtime Archie Comics artist Fernando Ruiz talks with CBR News about working with Gogii Games, drawing for "P.S. Magazine," teaching at the Kubert School and the "Epics" anthology.
Acclaimed cartoonist and illustrator Adrian Tomine talks with CBR about the new issue of "Optic Nerve," why he continues to tell short stories, how he thinks about illustration and more.
Cartoonist and animator Dash Shaw discusses his new book "New School," a coming-of-age story that follows 16-year-old Danny in the fictional amusement park ClockWorld on a mission to rescue his brother.
Eisner Award-winning publisher and designer Pete Maresca spoke with CBR about teaming up with Titan Books to produce a new restoration of Alex Raymond's "Flash Gordon."
Legendary underground cartoonist Kim Deitch discusses his new book "The Amazing, Enlightening and Absolutely True Adventures of Katherine Whaley" and remembers his friend and editor Kim Thompson.
Legendary artist Joe Sinnott discusses his 60-plus years in comics, drawing the Beatles and the Pope, inking Jack Kirby, "The Amazing Spider-Man" Sunday strip and getting his own baseball card.
"Templar, Arizona" cartoonist C. Spike Trotman talks to CBR about publishing anthologies like "Smut Peddler" & "The Sleep of Reason," teases "Templar's" return, the launch of "Poorcraft 2" and more.
Dan Vado spoke with CBR News about moving the SLG Boutiki, the challenges of selling digital comics and why he thinks it's harder to introduce new voices in today's market than most people realize.
Artist and designer David Aja spoke with CBR about his work on "Hawkeye," walking readers through his art process by pulling back the curtains on how he put together the Pizza Dog-starring issue #11.
Editor in Chief and Co-President of Archie Comics Victor Gorelick discusses his excitement over the the Warner Bros. movie deal, the importance of recognizing the company's artistic heritage and much more.
CBR News spoke with Congressman and Civil Rights leader John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell about their new book, "March," the first of a trilogy from Top Shelf Productions telling Lewis' life story.
Russ Manning-nominated creator Paul Roman Martinez talks to CBR News about his acclaimed webcomic, "The Adventures of 19XX," exploring the 1930s, kickstarter and what happened on the set of "Castle."
Writer Jim Ottaviani follows up his "Feynman" biography with "Primates," a story about the studies and discoveries of primatologists Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey and Birute Galdikas with art by Maris Wicks.
Cartoonist Lisa Hanawalt talks to CBR about "My Dirty Dumb Eyes," a new collection of her work, her nomination for a James Beard Award, her eclectic career and the origin of the book's title.
Cartoonist Peter Bagge discusses "Other Stuff," his new collection from Fantagraphics, incorporating humor and history in his work and collaborating with Alan Moore, Robert Crumb, Johnny Ryan and Daniel Clowes.
Acclaimed artist William Stout talks to CBR News about "Legends of the Blues," out now from Abrams, reminisces about working with Russ Manning on "Tarzan" and its recent reprint, plus much more.
Cartoonist Dave Roman discusses "Astronaut Academy: Re-Entry," his new book from First Second, and his experience serializing it online. Plus, a guide to the multitude of pop culture references in the book.
Writer Chris Roberson, artist Scott Kowalchuk & colorist Dan Jackson tell CBR about "The Strangers," their new ongoing series from Oni Press about a team of '60s super spies with super powers.