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I'm the guy who ran 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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Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo, DC's dynamic "Batman" duo, discuss the artist's upcoming hiatus, creating Mr. Bloom and what's next for them as a team.
DC Co-Publishers Jim Lee & Dan DiDio spoke with CBR TV about "Dark Knight III," Lee's return to "All-Star Batman & Robin" and DC Super Hero Girls.
Jake McDorman and Jennifer Carpenter from CBS' "Limitless" TV series spoke with CBR at NYCC about their NZT-fueled show and the FBI's newest asset.
Marvel's head of TV and actor Clark Gregg spoke about "Agents of SHIELD's" three-year journey and why the show needed time to lay a foundation.
Kieron Gillen, Matt Wilson & Jamie McKelvie spoke with CBR at NYCC about their various projects, the "The Wicked + The Divine" TV show and more.
Fan-favorite actor Lucy Lawless spoke with CBR TV about her role on "Ash Vs. Evil" dead opposite Bruce Campbell, hating action scenes and more.
"SNL" alum Chris Parnell spoke with CBR TV about voicing Mr. Peabody for the new Netflix animated series, his love of comedy, visual art and more.
The "Chronicle" screenwriter spoke with CBR TV about his new Superman series featuring a murderer's row of artists, his growth as a writer and more.
Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale talk with CBR about "Captain America: White," the challenges they faced in the story and what could be next for the duo.
Vertigo Executive Editor Shelly Bond bids "Farewell" to Bill Willingham's "Fables" and opens up about the imprints 12 new "game changing" series.
Writer Michael Moreci tells CBR TV about "Hoax Hunters" moving from Image to Heavy Metal, what sci-fi influences him and navigating Hollywood.
The Top Cow-exclusive creators discuss their DeviantArt following, "Sunstone's" success, the "Ultimate" Witchblade and writing versus drawing.
Illustrator Nate Powell discusses telling Congressman John Lewis' story in Top Shelf's "March" and how the experienced has transformed him.
Writer Matt Wagner and artists Dan Schkade and Brennan Wagner discuss "Will Eisner's The Spirit" and making the classic character relevant in 2015.
A man of many talents, William Shatner discusses his first graphic novel with CBR TV and solicits advice about how to get the word out.
BOOM! Studios founder Ross Richie spoke with CBR TV about his company's growth, its 20th Century Fox deal and its controversial new title.
Dark Horse founder and Publisher Mike Richardson discusses Joss Whedon's new comic, life after "Star Wars" and passing on "My Little Pony."
Veteran DC Comics artist Nicola Scott discusses her first creator-owned series with Greg Ruck at Image Comics and not having time for neuroses.
Cartoonist Ed Piskor spoke with CBR TV about his hacker mentality, the reasons he made his hip-hop series and why he gave Chali 2na the first copy.
Archie CCO Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa talks the live-action Archie series "Riverdale," working on CBS' "Supergirl" and the mystery of "Vampironica."