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What it is. My name is Kiel, former News Editor of CBR, now staff writer and teacher.
Before I worked for CBR, I was a staff writer at something called Wizard Magazine that used to be around comic shops and stuff.
Aside from the comics stuff, I'm somewhat diligently pursuing a masters degree in writing for children. I live in Chicago now but originally hail from the hardest working town in America: Flint, Michigan. If you ever meet me, remember that I give great high fives.
FIRST COMIC: It's a toss up between "Batman" #436 and "Web of Spider-Man" Annual #4. I bought them both in the same summer, and liked Batman WAY better is all I can recall.
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Tim Drake, Bleu L. Finnegan, Jack Knight, Scott Pilgrim
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Acclaimed artist Alex Ross opens up to CBR News about "Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt," his new Dynamite Entertainment series based on Peter Morisi's classic Charlton action hero.
After announcing his departure from "Detective Comics," artist Tony Daniel will reteam with Geoff Johns for two issue's of DC's best-selling "Justice League" focusing on the Cheetah.
CBR is proud to present a new ongoing series of roundtable discussions on creator-owned comics, starting with modern masters Robert Kirkman, Mark Millar and Steve Niles talking rights, responsibilities, Hollywood and more.
Another title has been added to the ranks of Marvel's incoming Marvel NOW relaunch, the reborn "New Avengers" by Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting.
"Chew" writer and co-creator John Layman has been announced as the new regular writer of DC Comics' "Detective Comics" as of issue #13, joining artist Jay Fabok on the Batman title recently vacated by Tony Daniel.
A mid-week July 4th has helped Sony's "The Amazing Spider-Man" break a Tuesday opening record previously held by "Transformers" with a $35 million domestic first day take.
"Iron Man 3" concept art from Marvel Studios mainstay Ryan Meinerding highlights Tony Stark's ability to become a hero without the aid of technological tricks, drawing the film closer in line to Warren Ellis' "Extremis."
Marvel Comics gets aggressive with their post-AvX relaunch as "Marvel NOW" introduces five months of new series debuts, the return of the original X-Men, redesigned heroes and more. UPDATED with new info from Axel Alonso and more.
Nick Spencer, Joe Eisma and Rodin Esquejo's hit Image series enters a new phase with some new, deadly students as Image Comics reveals the academy kids who will drive the book into its first season finale.
The writer/artist Tony Daniel has announced to fans that his run with Batman will end with "Detective Comics" #0, leaving fans to wonder where he'll go next and who will step up to fill his shoes.
Ahead of their CCI print debut, Archie's "New Crusaders" welcome former "Iron Man" and "Batgirl" artist Alitha Martinez as regular penciler to bring definition to the series action-oriented world of the nascent heroes.
With its first issue in stores now, Mark Millar explains how his and John Romita, Jr.'s "Hit-Girl" will run solo from "Kick-Ass 2" in comics and film while filling in fans on the secret origin of Red Mist.
A modern jungle lord placed in a prehistoric world, Frank Frazetta's classic hero "Thun'da" returns in August, and Robert Napton explains how the master's first story impacts the Dynamite revival.
Characters from Dinah Lance to Amanda Waller to John Lynch cross paths in DC Comics' black ops superhero series "Team 7," and writer Justin Jordan promises an old school WildStorm feel for the New 52's latest recruits.
Actor James Marsden, known for his turns in "X-Men" and "Superman Returns," has signed on for a modern crime adaptation of the BOOM! Studios title by Steven Grant and Mat Santolouco alongside Mark Whalberg and Denzel Washington.
Marvel's much discussed same-sex wedding in "Astonishing X-Men" crossed paths with NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg this week, both on and off the page as the politician and publisher promoted marriage equality.
TV writer Chic Eglee has announced that his involvement with AMC's adaptation of Robert Kirkman's "Thief of Thieves" does not mean "Powers" on FX is dead, saying the superhero police drama is still moving forward.
In a massive roundtable interview, Valiant Entertainment execs talk about high sales for "X-O Manowar" #1 revealing the true first printing number, explaining their full marketing plans and share exclusive art.
"Morning Glories" writer Nick Spencer returns to discuss the shot heard round the Academy as the surprising finale of the book's "P.E." arc leads to more mysteries for Hunter but also more revelations as the fourth arc approaches.
In its first year, the Chicago Alternative Comics Expo brought acclaimed local talent from Jeffrey Brown to Lilli Carré and more for a festival built on community and looking to expand national art comics events beyond the coasts.