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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.
With the final volume on sale this week, CBR News spoke with the cartoonist about editing the influential, long running anthology, plus details on his Scholastic series "Amulet."
Writer/artist Ray Fawkes discusses "One Soul," his wildly ambitious Oni Press graphic novel detailing the lives of 18 people throughout history, from birth to death.
CBR News spoke with award-winning cartoonist Ludovic Debeurme, whose graphic novel "Lucille" has just been released in English from Top Shelf five years after winning over audiences at Angouleme.
Rob Anderson and DaFu Yu talk about their new comic "Rex, Zombie Killer" which they describe as "The Walking Dead" meets "The Incredible Journey" with a baseball bat wielding gorilla.
Award-winning illustrator and cartoonist Kagan McLeod spoke with CBR about his years-in-the-making martial arts epic "Infinite Kung Fu," collected in its entirety this September.
Award-winning cartoonist Howard Cruse spoke with CBR about the new collection of his 1980's comic strip "Wendel," last year's reissue of "Stuck Rubber Baby" and the current state of strip cartooning.
CBR News spoke in depth with Gary Groth, the co-founder and publisher of Fantagraphics, about digital releases, changes at "The Comic Journal," producing comic strip archives and much more.
Cartoonist Dave Roman discusses transitioning "Astronaut Academy: Zero Gravity" from the web to print, explaining what is "Teen Boat!" and sharing an exclusive look at this fall's "Nursery Rhyme Comics"
We spoke with cartoonist Jess Fink about "Chester 5000 XYV," the internet's premier erotic Victorian webcomic, now available in printf. Plus, a preview of Fink's upcoming autobiographical erotic sci fi comic.
Cartoonist Leslie Stein spoke with CBR News about "The Eye of the Majestic Creature," her surreal, autobiographical graphic novel which has just been published by Fantagraphics.
CBR News spoke with legendary comic creator Joe Kubert about his storied career, the Kubert School, the death of Sgt. Rock and DC's publication of "Yossel" and "Jew Gangster" at DC Comics.
We spoke with Brecht Evens, the cartoonist who's taken North America by storm with the newly-released Top Shelf edition of "Night Animals" as well as last year's "The Wrong Place" from Drawn and Quarterly.
Award-winning cartoonist Stephan Pastis spoke with CBR News about "Pearls Before Swine's" nearly ten years in syndication, the origins of the strips crocs, his creative process and adapting "Peanuts" to animation.
"Genius, Isolated" is the first of The Library of American Comics three volume biography of Alex Toth. We spoke with the book's author Bruce Canwell about the treasures readers can expect to find within its covers.