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"Buffy" writer Andrew Chambliss joins CBR for another SUNDAY CONVERSATION, an in-depth chat with the creators of your favorite projects and their lives away from the books themselves.
Greg Rucka joins CBR for the inaugural SUNDAY CONVERSATION, an in-depth chat with the creators behind your favorite projects and the lives they lead away from the books themselves.
The cartoonist spoke to CBR about receiving a Guggenheim Fellowship, her teaching job, and her new book -- her first since "Fun Home" -- which explores her relationship with her mother.
One of the great artists of Marvel's Bronze Age, Sal Buscema spoke with CBR News about his long career, being legendary and his current work inking "G.I. Joe" and "Dungeons and Dragons: Forgotten Realms" for IDW.
Writers Christina Weir and Nunzio DeFilippis discuss their new Oni Press series, "Bad Medicine," which debuts on Free Comic Book Day with the complete first issue.
"Flight" & "Missile Mouse" cartoonist Jake Parker spoke to CBR News about talks about his new project, a collection of short comics he's funding through Kickstarter.
Acclaimed cartoonist Guy Delisle, spoke with CBR about his newest book, "Jerusalem: Chronicles From the Holy City," the winner of this year's Fauve d'Or or Best Comic Book Award at the Angouleme Festival.
Cartoonist Leela Corman talks about her new book "Unterzakhn," a family epic focusing on two sisters growing up on New York City’s Lower East Side in the early twentieth century.
Teenage cartoonist Emma Capps spoke to CBR News about her ongoing webcomic, which she posts in two languages, reviewing Plato's "Republic" for the Unshelved Book Club, and more.
Artist Denys Cowan discusses "Dominique Laveau: Voodoo Child," returning to comics from animation, working with writer Selwyn Sefu Hinds on the ongoing Vertigo title and his friend Dwayne McDuffie's legacy.
Artist Shawn Martinbrough speaks to CBR about his work on the Robert Kirkman and Nick Spencer-written series and offers a look at the second issue, out this week from Image Comics.
Cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks spoke with CBR about her new book "Friends with Boys," discussed her weekly comic "The Adventures of Superhero Girl" and weighs in on blogging, zombies, KGB cheerleaders and more.
Cartoonist Matthew Loux talks about his most recent "Salt Water Taffy" volume from Oni Press concluding the series' first two-parter, talks about the New England influences on his work and why he doesn't eat lobster.
Award-winning cartoonist Derf Backderf speaks to CBR about growing up with serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in what should be one of the most talked about and acclaimed graphic novels of the year.
Cartoonist Matthew Forsythe discusses "Jinchalo," his new book from Drawn & Quarterly, drawing picture books, "Comics Class" from Koyama Press and making the transition to being a full-time artist.
Editorial Director Mark Siegel and Senior Editor Calista Brill speak to the direction of First Second, web serialization, strong female heroines, Paul Pope's "Battling Boy" and exclusive preview pages of this year's titles.
Writer and artist Dan Parent spoke to CBR News about Kevin Keller, the gay teen character he created as he embarks on a new ongoing series, Dan DeCarlo, "Archie Meets Kiss," and more.
Nate Powell, writer and artist of "Any Empire," discusses illustrating "The Silence of Our Friends," a story set in the racial hotbed of 1960s Houston, Texas, and the mythology-inspired "The Year of the Beasts."
Archie Comics legend Stan Goldberg spoke about his 60+ years in comics, Stan Lee, coloring Marvel comics, "The Simpsons" and offers a sneak peek at his upcoming "Three Stooges" project.
The award-winning cartoonist talks about the new HC edition of "Same Difference," his current webcomic, the first print volume of which comes out this year and his filmmaking debut.