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Graphic novelist Box Brown discusses "Andre the Giant: Life and Legend," a book filled with heart, depth and, best of all, lots of pro-wrestling.
Mike Kennedy & Wes Harris, a pair of erstwhile comic book publishers, jump back into the game to form their own publishing house, Magnetic Press.
In "Worth," Aubrey Sitterson and Chris Moreno ask the question, what happens when progress passes a technology-based superhero by?
Oscar Zarate's latest graphic novel "The Park" deals with how an innocent action can get out of hand, and the enormous ramifications that follow.
Award winning artist/writer Frederik Peeters discusses the influences and vision of the first volume of his sci-fi series, "Aama."
Rick Spears & James Callahan give Hollywood a dose of their own medicine in their new Oni-published, creator-owned series, "The Auteur."
James Kochalka discusses his newest book, "The Glorkian Warrior Delivers A Pizza" and reveals where to get the best barbecue chicken pizza.
The creators behind Dark Horse's "forgotten cult classic" tell CBR about the lost film and what goes into making an '80s-inspired sci-fi action comic.
The creative team behind "Down Set Fight" discuss the origins and inspiration behind their mascot-brawling original graphic novel.
Writer Casey Sejas & artist Amancay Nahuelpan discuss the horror, crime and voodoo inherent in their Com.x digital project "Duppy'78."
"BUZZ!" creators Ananth Panagariya and Tessa Stone talk to CBR about their upcoming Rock 'em sock 'em spelling bee book from Oni Press.
The creators behind the original graphic novel "A Boy & A Girl" tell us what it's like to be more human than human.
Designer David Plunkert explains the inspirations behind his strange, precocious independent comic, "Heroical."
Writer Fred Van Lente discusses the marriage of humor, history and politics in his and Ryan Dunlavey's digital comic, "Action Presidents."
Artist extraordinaire JH Williams III takes CBR behind the scenes of bringing the dreams of Neil Gaiman's "Sandman: Overture" to life.
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.