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Cartoonist Erika Moen teams with webcomics rookie Jeff Parker for "Bucko," which launches today, and the duo took time out to speak with CBR News about the dick and fart joke murder-mystery.
Russ Manning Award-nominated cartoonist Sarah Oleksyk spoke with CBR News about her debut graphic novel, "Ivy,' out this week from Oni Press while providing a sneak peak at hers and Fred van Lente's "Renaissance."
Professor and cartoonist Jay Hosler talks about his his new book illustrated by Kevin and Zander Cannon that tells the story of life on Earth, dinosaurs and how to make science fun again.
Acclaimed cartoonist Tony Millionaire spoke with CBR News about his new book "Little Maakies on the Prairie," working with Elvis Costello, the difference between writing for adults and children and much more.
Jeffrey Brown spoke with CBR about his process, humor, how the new volume of "Change-Bots" is more than just parody and why transforming robot comics aren't as different a project for him as it might seem to his fans.
The legendary cartoonist talks with CBR about his long career on"Mad Magazine," “The Simpsons,” “Groo,” as well as “Sergio Aragones: Five Decades of His Finest Work,” the new retrospective book from Running Press.
CBR News spoke with legendary fantasy writer Peter S. Beagle about IDW Publishing's "The Last Unicorn" comic series, the impending Blu-ray release of the classic film adaptation and being too busy to die.
"The Killer" team of writer Matz and artist Luc Jacamon return with a new science fiction series about the future of warfare in a new series out from Archaia. CBR News spoke with them about "Cyclops."
Art Editor of "The New Yorker," Editorial Director of Toon Books and legendary publisher of "RAW," Francoise Mouly spoke with CBR about her storied career and what's next for her award-winning children's book imprint.
One of the comics industry game-changers of 2010 was the discovery of the crowd-funding website Kickstarter. Co-founder and CEO Yancey Strickler spoke with CBR News about his company's mission and philosophy.
Underground comics creator Joyce Farmer returns to comics with a full-length original graphic novel about her parents' death and gave CBR News the details on the project thirteen years in the making.
Mike Raicht, co-writer of the hit Th3rd World Studios comic "Stuff of Legend," spoke with CBR about the latest issue and what's to come in the acclaimed series, his work on "Raise the Dead II," "Infestation" and more.
Acclaimed cartoonist Julie Doucet spoke with CBR News about her return to the world of cartooning with "My New New York Diary," the graphic novel result of her recent film collaboration with filmmaker Michel Gondry.
Sean Murphy, the artist of "Joe the Barbarian," spoke with CBR about his return to John Constantine in "Hellblazer: City of Demons," the new edition of his creator-owned "Off Road" and the status of "Punk Rock Jesus."
Co-authors and comic book veterans Robert Greenberger and Martin Pasko spoke with CBR about Del Rey's definitive guide to the Man of Steel, and what it takes to tackle a project of this magnitude.
Artist Amy Reeder spoke with CBR about her work on the final issue of “Madame Xanadu” and launching “Batwoman” #0, which pairs her with J.H. Williams III. Both issues on sale now from DC Comics.
Last weekend saw the second New England Webcomics Weekend take place and CBR News was there, checking out the various panels, meeting the creators and showing everyone who attended the event a good time.
Artist Ryan Dunlavey teams with chef Amanda Cohen of NYC's acclaimed Dirty Candy restaurant for a comic book cookbook. The pair spoke with CBR News about bringing food to the comic page.
CBR News talks with the creator of Vertigo's "How to Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less" about her experiences, the intersection of memoir and journalism and her upcoming trip to Iraq and Syria.
Comics veterans Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colon take on the story of one of the Twentieth Century’s most enduring and tragic figures in their officially authorized biographical graphic novel, "Anne Frank."