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Paul Pope discusses the inspirations and process behind his charming monster book, "Battling Boy."
Acclaimed cartoonist Rick Geary explains the draw of adapting true crime stories to graphic novels for his "Treasury of XXth Century Murder" series.
"Stray Bullets" creator David Lapham talks about his stints writing and drawing Marvel's "Daredevil: Dark Nights" & DC Comics' "Adventures of Superman," both of which saw new issues last week.
Writer Mike Raicht discusses "The Pack" and merging the horror genre with the sensibilities and style of a John Hughes '80s film in his graphic novel about teenagers-turned-werewolves.
Tony Cliff discusses his graphic novel "Delilah Dirk and The Turkish Lieutenant," which provides readers with a fun mix of high-adventure, humor and swashbuckling derring-do.
Creator David Petersen enlists Stan Sakai, Ben Caldwell and more for "Mouse Guard: Legends of the Guard" Vol. 2, telling CBR about the ups and downs of bringing other creators into his world.
Simon Oliver and Robbi Rodriguez spoke with CBR about their new book "Collider," Vertigo's eye-popping sci-fi bender exploring quantum physics, bubble-realities and flexible laws of physics.
Writer Steven T. Seagle spoke with CBR about the importance of the "small" things in "Genius," his latest original, semi-autobiographical graphic novel with frequent collaborator, artist Teddy Kristiansen.
Damon Gentry and Aaron Conley discuss the origins of their Dark Horse Digital-first "Sabertooth Swordsman" miniseries, their artistic influences and whether or not they have more planned for their fanged protagonist.
Diehard indy creator Richard Moore spoke with CBR News about his return to "Boneyard" this summer, after taking a turn for the "Macabre" in his all-new horror anthology, both from Antarctic Press.
Paul Pope gives readers a one-two punch of adventure and annihilation in "The Death of Haggard West," a one-shot prequel to his highly anticipated, long-awaited "Battling Boy."
"Comeback" writer Ed Brisson and newcomer artist Johnnie Christmas talk to CBR News about their new pre-apocalyptic Image Comics series "Sheltered", which argues that children may not be our future.
Acclaimed artist Marcos Martin spoke with CBR News about his new digital comic book with writer Brian K. Vaughan, "The Private Eye," hidden identites and privacy in a digital world.
Chris Sims, Chad Bowers and Erica Henderson, the creative team behind the new digital series "Subatomic Party Girls," discussed the new Monkeybrain digital series with CBR News.
Writer Cecil Castelluci and artist Sara Varon spoke with CBR News about their new children's book "Odd Duck," and how the story manages to find the odd in even the most normal of ducks -- and humans.
Writer Prudence Shen and artist Faith Erin Hicks, the creators of First Second's "Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong," spoke to CBR about their new high-school set graphic novel.
Artist Frederik Peeters spoke with CBR News about "Sandcastle," his startlingly haunting sci-fi collaboration exploring the inevitability of death with writer/filmmaker Pierre Oscar Lévy.
Artist Rob Davis talks to CBR about the intertwining of life and art during his two years adapting Miguel d Cervantes' "Don Quixote" to comics in SelfMadeHero's "The Complete Don Quixote."
Artist/writer I.N.J. Culbard spoke with CBR about his latest project, the graphic novel adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Case of Charles Dexter Ward."
Writer/director Boaz Yakin's new graphic novel from First Second is as poetic as it is harrowing. CBR News spoke with Yakin about its development, how directing informs his comics and more.