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CBR spoke with cartoonists Jessica Abel and Matt Madden about editing "The Best American Comics" series, why the list is so important, and why superheroes so rarely make the list.
Dean Mullaney, Creative Director of the Library of American Comics, and editor Kurtis Findlay spotlight the imprint's upcoming slate of titles with an exclusive look at "Chuck Jones: The Dream That Never Was."
Michael Uslan, Paul Levitz, Denny O'Neill, N.C. Christopher Couch and Danny Fingeroth looked back at the shared origins and legacy of two of comics' most iconic characters.
Vertigo's second NYCC panel, hosted by Karen Berger, featured creators going in-depth about their series, discussing whether or not any DCU characters would be coming to Vertigo titles and more.
After turning 98 last week, "Captain America" co-creator Joe Simon was given a spotlight panel at NYCC with droves of fans and professionals turning out to celebrate the legend.
The team behind one of comics' most exciting and relevant publishers came together to discuss "ArchieKiss, Michael Strahan in Riverdale, a Sabrina the Teenage Witch animated series and more
Colleagues, friends and fans gathered to remember the life and work of one of comics' great artists, Gene Colan, as Walt Simonson, David Lloyd and Don McGregor shared stories of the legendary artist.
Cartoonist Renee Lott spoke with CBR News about the follow-up project to "Festering Romance, her recently-launched webcomic "The Rise and Fall of Studly Pete."
Internationally acclaimed, bestselling author Khaled Hosseini spoke with CBR News about his love of comics and the new graphic novel adaptation of his novel "The Kite Runner."
Legendary cartoonist Gahan Wilson spoke with CBR News about the new collection of his comic strip "Nuts" from Fantagraphics, working at "The New Yorker" and "Playboy" and more.
The award winning cartoonist behind "Blankets" and "Goodbye, Chunky Rice" spoke in depth with CBR News about his new book, one of the most anticipated graphic novels of the year.
In light of the announcement that Slave Labor Graphics comics will be initially offered digitally before being collected for print, CBR News spoke with Publisher Dan Vado about the strategy and what readers can expect.
Writer Jim Ottaviani, best known for his self-published comics about science and scientists, spoke with CBR about tackling one of the great figures of the 20th century in his new biography about Richard Feynman.
Cartoonist Gabrielle Bell discusses the final issue of "Mome," privacy in autobiographical comics and the struggle to craft the perfect short story.
Award-winning cartoonist Anders Nilson spoke with CBR about the new collection of his long running series, drawing squirrels beating up birds and the influences of skateboarding and the Midwest on his work.
Legendary writer and editor Denny O'Neil spoke with CBR about his DC Retroactive books the changes in comics he's witnessed over five decades, the creation of Ra's al Ghul and more
The cartoonist behind the Slave Labor comic speaks to CBR News in his first interview about his style, love of murder mysteries and provides an exclusive look inside.
We spoke with editor Ben Abernathy about this summer's nostalgic look back at DC Comics' past with an exclusive look at the events "Green Lantern," "Superman" & "Justice League one-shots
Tim Seeley, the writer/creator of "Hack/Slash" and upcoming artist of "Generation Hope," discusses straddling the independent and Big Two comics worlds, "Hack/Slash's" longevity and much more.
The legendary co-creator of Captain America Joe Simon spoke with CBR News about his new memoir "My Life in Comics," the influence of Damon Runyon on his work, working with Kirby and smoking a good cigar.