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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."
Cartoonist Vanessa Davis spoke with CBR News about "Make Me a Woman," her new, critically acclaimed graphic novel on many people's shortlist for the year's best comics, Harvey Pekar, autobiographies and more.
The acclaimed artist of "The Ticking" and "The Soap Lady" Renee French spoke with CBR News about her newest book, "H Day," just published by Picturebox, and her upcoming limited edition Slug Girl figure.
What was intended to be a debate between webcomics titan Scott Kurtz and legendary cartoonist Ted Rall about web versus print turned into a thoughtful discussion about the future of print media.
DC Comics' Jim Lee, Ron Perrazza and Hank Kanalz joined comiXology's David Steinberg at New York Comic Con to discuss the publisher's digital future, the way in which the comics industry is changing and more.
October 8 was the late Harvey Pekar's birthday and many of his collaborators gathered for a special panel during New York Comic Con to reminisce and recall stories about the late "American Splendor" writer.
In his first major comics project since "Black Hole," Award-winning cartoonist Charles Burns tells a surreal full color story that borrows from Tintin, the punk era and more in the Pantheon published "X-ed Out."
Writer and Boom! Studios Chief Creative Officer Mark Waid looks back on Boom’s two premier superhero comics and teases what’s in store for the titles in the months and years to come.
Oni Press announced more “Hopeless Savages,” a new spy book from Antony Johnston, and what they described as their most ambitious book yet in Sunday's jam-packed panel at New York Comic Con.
CBR News visits the legendary cartoonist's studio to discuss his long career and Beetle Bailey’s 60th anniversary, the letters he gets from people and what he has in common with Beetle.
Comic writer and independent filmmaker Greg Pak brings a new vision of the future to comics and NYCC with his Creators Commons licensed "Vision Machine." He spoke with CBR about the ambitious creator-owned series.
Cartoonist Dave Ryan spoke with CBR News about his long in development project, "War of the Independents," a self-funded series which embroils indie comics characters in their own universe-spanning, epic event.
Jerry Robinson started in comics as a teen, creating The Joker and Robin, and has done just about everything in every aspect of comics. The legendary cartoonist spoke with us about his career and his new biography.
Acclaimed artist Adam Hughes spoke with CBR News about his recently published collection of DC Comics' covers, "Cover Run," his favorite character to draw, offered some insight into his artistic process and more.
The legendary Al Jaffee and the author of the new book, "Al Jaffee's Mad Life," Mary-Lou Weisman, spoke with CBR News about revisiting the artist's past, his views on life, awards and art and much more.
With his passing, Al Williamson left behind a legacy that will continue to live on well into the future. We spoke with Mark Schultz, George Lucas and others about their personal and professional memories of the artist.
Writer/artist Shaenon Garrity spoke with CBR about her webcomic "Skin Horse," her history on the web, working for Viz Media, financing projects with Kickstarter and her upcoming book "CLAMP in America."
Emmy winning artist Dead Haspiel spoke with CBR News about his latest Vertigo project, "Cuba, My Revolution," what it was like developing the story of his family friend and co-writer Inverna Lockpez and more.
CBR News spoke with the creative team tasked with bringing Eriq la Salle's story of an experimental FBI unit partnered with hardened criminals in order to capture particularly vicious criminals to the comic page.