"Batman's" Gotham Was... Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo
I'm the guy who runs this joint. It began in 1995 when it was just a site with links to other comic sites. Then in 1996 I launched a "Kingdom Come" fan site that grew a really cool community. I later combined the links site with the message boards and CBR was officially named.
Prior to dedicating myself to CBR, I worked in Los Angeles radio. I was Phil Hendrie's producer/comedy writer for his first three years in Los Angeles and worked with Dr. Laura Schlessinger, LA afternoon talk show hosts John & Ken and numerous other hosts. My first job in radio was as an intern at KIIS FM, working primarily with Magic Matt Allen and Bruce Vidal.
I live in Toluca Lake, CA with my dog Yeager -- named after Chuck, not the alcohol.
FIRST COMIC: Whitman "Looney Tunes." First Super Hero comics was DC Comics "Green Lantern" #203 and I admit it's because based on the cover I thoughy Mickey Mouse was getting a Green Lantern ring!
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Wesley Dodds
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Comics & animation writer Paul Dini discusses the violent origins of his Batman OGN with Eduardo Risso, Harley Quinn's road to stardom and more.
The voice of Beast Boy tells CBR how the show has changed over the years, his favorite moments with fans and explains how he gives back.
Industry legend Bill Sienkiewicz discusses his work on "Elektra Assassin" with Frank Miller, what he gets out of inking other artists and more.
The "Furious 7" director discusses why his "The Conjuring" return was no cake walk and what about "Lights Out" made him see its feature potential.
The Executive Producer of "Preacher" talks about bringing the hard-hitting series to life on AMC and why he has no interest in the PG-13 version.
The star of AMC's "Preacher" explains what frightened him most about the role, which he called one of the hardest characters he's ever played.
The "Agents of SHIELD" veteran spoke with CBR about bringing Garth Ennis & Steve Dillon's series to TV, and why Tulip is full of surprises.
Living legend John Romita, Jr. discusses his current Batman projects, how he plans to make his mark on the Dark Knight, and his father's legacy.
Fan-favorite writer Scott Snyder spoke with CBR about trading one Batman title for another, working with multiple artists and exorcising demons.
Brian Michael Bendis discusses the controversy over "Spider-Man" #2, why "Civil War II" isn't a rehash of the original and polarizing storytelling.
Director Lexi Alexander tells CBR about directing superheroes on the big and small screen, crying on set and why she's not ashamed of "War Zone."
CBR spoke with actor Alan Tudyk and producer P.J. Haarsma about expanding their webseries with a comic book based on the show within the show.
DC Comics' pliable hero can't be kept out of the live-action spotlight much longer. Where do you think Plastic Man should make his debut?
Phil Klemmer explains why sparks fly between teammates when they're not being heroes and how the show will constantly reinvent itself.
"Arrow" co-showrunner and "Legends of Tomorrow" co-creator Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR TV about the time traveling series and new comics work.
EP Natalie Chaidez and star Britne Oldford unravel the conspiracy at the heart of their alien-centric Syfy series and if the humans are the heroes.
Stars Todd Stashwick & Kirk Acevedo discuss where their characters are headed in Season 2 and the problem with juggling multiple timelines.
"Heroes" vets Misha Green & Joe Pokaski discuss their WGN America thriller about the Underground Railroad and the dangers of slavery.
Steven Strait, Florence Faivre & Cas Anvar discuss how their characters are informed by the novels and why sets are better than green screen.
EP Terry Matalas and actor Barbara Sukowa discuss their time-traveling SyFy series, deviating from the film and the show's stellar female roles.