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Actor Dan Fogler joins with Archaia and a host of collaborators to launch "Moon Lake," a new anthological graphic novel that explores the more supernaturally scary and mind-bendingly hilarious side of comics.
JJ Abrams and Joss Whedon discuss entertainment and pop culture at Comic-Con International and CBR News is there with LIVE coverage
The writers of the upcoming "Wetworks: Mutations" one-shot talk with CBR News about establishing a new status quo for the classic WildStorm team and what makes them perfect fit in the dark and dangerous WildStorm Universe.
Writer Nick Spencer spoke with CBR News about his upcoming "Action Comics" co-feature starring Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen, and his plans to send the cub reporter across the galaxy and through time.
The Eisner-Award winning "Tiny Titans" crosses over with Archie Comics this October in a historic event uniting the two companies for the first time. Art Baltazar and Franco spoke with CBR about the news.
The man who launched Stephanie Brown's career as Batgirl, Bryan Q. Miller spoke about the end of the first year of the heroine's self-titled series and moving Batgirl out of Gotham and into the greater DCU.
Writer Jonathan Maberry discussed his new miniseries "Marvel Universe vs the Punisher" in Marvel's latest "Next Big Thing" conference call. CBR News was there. Updated with new artwork!
Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray spoke with CBR about their upcoming "Freedom Fighters" ongoing series, which mixes American politics and history with classic DC Comics super hero style storytelling.
Bryan J.L. Glass spoke with CBR News about his upcoming one-shot exploring the re-emergence of the Asgardian shield maiden, redefining her place in the Marvel Universe and his first foray into Marvel's toy box.
Sterling Gates spoke with CBR News about taking the series off on its own following the "War of the Supermen" crossover and his plans to build up both Kara Zor-El's civilian identity and rogues gallery.
JT Krul spoke with CBR about the launch of his new ongoing "Green Arrow" series, stripping the hero of his friends and family and redefining Oliver Queen's place in his hometown of Star City and the entire DCU.
Artist Tony DeZuniga spoke with CBR about co-creating the grizzled anti-hero, his spontaneous inspiration for the character's signature facial scar and his thoughts on the upcoming film starring Josh Brolin as Hex.
Writer Bryan J.L. Glass retrofits Thor's origin for the modern day in "Thor: First Thunder," highlighting the Agardians first year on Earth and re-defining his relationships with the Marvel Universe.
David Hine takes on the Spirit, looking to continue the noir style storytelling that made the character a comic book icon as new writer of the character's ongoing series serving as part of DC's First Wave Universe.
Comic book newcomer Stuart C. Paul spoke with CBR about "Ides of Bood," a new series mixing history, myth and vampirism as a slave turned warrior tracks down a serial killer in the waning days of the Roman Republic.
Joshua Dysart spoke with CBR about teaming with legendary musician Neil Young and artist Cliff Chiang to adapt the songwriter's 2003 concept album into the all-new graphic novel hitting comic store shelves today.
Keven Gardner, president of 12 Gauge Comics, gave CBR News the details on the publishing company's upcoming titles slated for release, including series by Mick Foley, Eriq La Salle, Rebekah Isaacs and more.
Actor, writer and director Eriq La Salle locks and loads with 12-Gauge Comics for an all-new original limited series, "25 to Life," that will team police officers with the world's most dangerous criminals.
"Star Wars: Legacy's" creative team talks about bringing their long-running series to a close, choreographing the final battle between the Jedi and the Sith and saying farewell to the world they created.
Writer and legendary wrestler Mick Foley joins Shane Riches for a new comic series from 12-Gauge Comics putting a modern twist on the famous ride of Paul Revere. Foley spoke with CBR about the high-octane action of "R.P.M."