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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.
Cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks talks to CBR about “Brain Camp,” just out from First Second Books, as well as her Wolverine and Nextwave stories for Marvel Comics.
The editors and creators behind Oni Press' Roller Derby themed anthology "Jam!" spoke with CBR News about the book and it's origins, while sharing "Goon" creator Eric Powell's complete story from the book.
About Comics publisher Nat Gertler discusses “Salimba,” a new collection of works from the late Steve Perry with art by Paul Chadwick and a new prose tale with illustrations by Steve Bissette.
Up and coming artist Chrissie Zullo spoke with CBR about crafting covers for the just collected "Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love," being discovered at CCI and her first interior art gig in "Madame Xanadu" #26.
Steve Hamaker spoke with CBR about coloring "Bone" after its original success in black and white, and the final volume of Jeff Smith’s epic, “Bone: Tall Tales,” which is available now from Scholastic.
CBR spoke with daily syndicated cartoonist, gag cartoonist, and now web cartoonist Rina Piccolo about her many strips and juggling her time between "Velia, Dear," "Tina's Groove," "Six Chix," and other outlets.
Tom Sniegoski spoke with CBR about the joy, the honor and the terror of writing for Jeff Smith's "Bone" in the new "Tall Tales" comics, as well as the "Bone: Quest for the Spark" novels coming out next year
Karl Kerschl, the critically acclaimed artist and writer of "Wednesday Comics," "Teen Titans: Year One" and more spoke with CBR News about his Eisner-nominated webcomic "The Abominable Charles Christopher."
Writers Nunzio DeFilippis and Christina Weir spoke with us about their just-announced book from Oni Press, "All Saints Day," as well as their re-imagined "Once Upon A Blue Moon" with new artist, Emma Vieceli
CBR News spoke with designer and artist Mat Broome about his new online channel and social network, CreatorSafe, which will feature exclusive content from him and many others in comics, film, television and more.
Writer Joe Harris ("Ghost Projekt") spoke with CBR News about "Spontaneous," his new Oni Press miniseries with artist Brett Weldele about one man's quest to prove spontaneous human combustion exists.
Writer Marc Guggenheim and artist Justin Greenwood spoke with CBR News about their newly announced Oni Press miniseries "Stringers," what it means for the future of "Resurrection" and more.
Artist Mat Broome spoke with CBR News, discussing the unique process and challenges in developing his new combination comics and animation project "Defcon 2055: Patient Zero."
Doug TenNapel, the creator of Earthworm Jim, "Creature Tech" and more, spoke with CBR News about his new graphic novel, "Ghostopolis," which explores an afterlife unlike any readers have seen before.
CBR News spoke with Kurt Busiek about one of the great heroes of "Astro City's" storied history, the Silver Agent, whose solo miniseries debuts today from Wildstorm. Plus an exclusive look at the first issue!
The man behind the long-running minicomic "King Cat Comics and Stories," John Porcellino spoke with CBR about his new Drawn and Quarterly published collection, Zen Buddhism, Henry David Thoreau and life on tour.
NBM publisher Terry Nantier spoke with CBR News about the company's upcoming plans involving The Smurfs and Disney Fairies, Rick Geary and Nicolas de Crecy, classic comic reprints and much, much more.
In the second of our two part interview, Steve Bissette discussed "Tales of the Uncanny - N-Man & Friends: A Naut Comics History Vol. 1," spilled a little about the future of "Tyrant" and more.