CBS' "Star Trek" Revival Beams Up Bryan Fuller as Showrunner
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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Acclaimed writer Mark Waid responds to the controversy over "Strange Fruit," going back to high school in "Archie" and his upcoming "Avengers" run.
DC's Chief Creative Officer talked about trying to make "The Flash" the most comic book TV show and why he's never going to stop writing comics.
Creator Tim Kring spoke with CBR TV about his super powered NBC series getting a second life and what he's learned in the 5 years since it wrapped.
Jim Lee and Dan DiDio discuss DC Comics after the New 52, Frank Miller's latest Batman epic and legacy creators returning to the fold.
Head of Marvel Television Jeph Loeb spoke with CBR TV about his much-delayed "Captain America" book, "Daredevil's" success and Inhumans on TV.
Superstar writer Grant Morrison tells CBR TV about subverting myths in "Avatarex," having the last word with Batman and his sci-fi Flash story.
Archie's Jon Goldwater talks about the recent "Archie" relaunch, constantly raising the bar and adding superheroes to the mix with Dark Circle.
Denys Cowan and Reginald Hudlin tell CBR News that co-founder Christopher Priest is returning to the Milestone fold.
Jon Goldwater talks to CBR TV about Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Greg Berlanti's "Riverdale" TV pilot, which has moved from Fox to The CW.
Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti tell CBR TV how the success of "Harley Quinn" led to "Starfire" and the philosophy behind their quirky titles.
Writer/artist Skottie Young discusses his new Image series, how its original 'dirty' title lives on, and his approach to both art and writing.
Steve Niles spoke with CBR TV during WonderCon about his pet turtle, IDW's "October Faction" and bringing "The Disciples" to TV with Craven.
Valiant Entertainment's CEO & CCO explains how the company's shared universe differs from Marvel & DC's, and how it factors into their film slate.
Director Jay Oliva and voice director Andrea Romano visited CBR TV during WonderCon to discuss the DC animated movie that pits father against son.
Lin Shaye & director Leigh Whannell discuss the latest "Insidious" film, how Shaye's character is back for more and share her craziest audition.
"Lumberjanes" co-creator Noelle Stevenson spoke with CBR TV about her rise following the debut of "Lumberjanes," team dynamics, and BKV's shadow.
J.M. DeMatteis, producer James Tucker and character designer Phil Bourassa discuss their film, based loosely on Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo's "Court of Owls" story.
"Powers" co-creators Brian Michael Bendis & Michael Avon Oeming discuss the new "season" of the comic book and Oeming's desire to redraw the beginning.
Candice Patton, Carlos Valdes and Danielle Panabaker joined CBR TV during WonderCon to discuss superheroic action on The CW's "The Flash."
Valiant's CEO and Chief Creative Officer talks the companies recent major financing, and how it'll affect the short and long-term future.