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Seth Fisher, the artist behind 'Green Lantern: Willworld' talks about upcoming projects 'Flash: Time Flies' and 'Vertigo Pop: Tokyo.'
Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins, the duo behind DC's 'The Flash,' turn their attentions to Marvel's big orange guy.
In the second part of our interview with 'Dungeons & Dragons' scribe Jeff Limke the writer discusses his thoughts on the industry, how hard it is to break in and learning from your early mistakes.
Limke spoke at length with CBR News about 'D&D' as a comic book, his own perspective on the industry, breaking in and much more in the first part of a two part interview.
The man behind Slave Labor Graphics' 'Slow News Day' talks about the book, shares some thoughts on the industry and being called a girl.
Kolins talks with CBR about working on DC's Scarlet Speedster, why he's doing 'The Thing' for Marvel, shares some insight into his panel design and reveals who the 'Flash' cover artist will be shortly.
The writing team behind DC's surprise hit "The Legion" talk about what they're doing with the franchise and where it's going next.
'Superman: Man of Steel' writer Mark Schultz talks Superman, how he approaches his title vs. the other Super-writers, the current state of the industry and what's next.
A lengthy discussion by Arune Singh with Geoff Johns, Joe Quesada, Jeph Loeb and Phil Jimenez about the Internet's impact on comics and how the Web will contribute to the future of the medium. Four very different people with a variety of opinions on what the on-line world brings to the industry.
'The Legion' artist Olivier Coipel shares his enthusiasm for the characters in the Legion universe, talks about how he broke in, meeting deadlines plus a sketch of Legion member M'onel exclusively for this interview.
Walt Simonson talks about the end of Orion, reflects on his time spent on the book, how he feels about the cancellation of the book and what he's up to next. Plus a three-page color-preview of issue #24.
Ted Naifeh talks 'Courtney Crumrin & the Night Things" coming from Oni, teases his upcoming 'Star Wars' work and shares his excitement about the diversity of product available in today's market.
Writer Geoff Johns talks about the job of reinventing the Hawk and what you can expect from this new ongoing series.
CBR News' Arune Singh talks with Tokyopop founder Stuart Levy who takes you inside his company, discusses how he's bring Manga to the states and what you can expect from Tokyopop in the year to come.
Writer Sean McKeever talks about the future of his acclaimed series 'The Waiting Place,' his stint working for Marvel on 'Hulk' and what's coming next.
'Wonder Woman' writer/artist Phil Jimenez talks in-depth about the future of Wonder Woman and his future on the title, Diana's virginity, the new 'Justice League' cartoon and you might even find out what's on Phil's DVD shelf.
The 'Green Lantern' artist reveals in this lengthy interview how he came to be the current GL artist and his early struggles in the industry, what his artistic influences are, some thoughts on the GL line of characters and much more.
Steve Sadowski talks about his time on "JSA," the circumstances around his leaving the title and some hints as to what's coming next.
In this lengthy interview with the new 'Hulk' writer, Bruce Jones talks candidly about his work on 'The Hulk,' shares his thoughts on the evolution of the super-hero, changes that need to be made to keep the current crop of readers and bring in new ones, and why John Romita Jr. is the perfect artist for 'The Hulk.'
Oni Press Editor-In-Chief Jamie S. Rich sits down with CBR to talk the business of doing comics. Jamie discusses editorial decisions, competition in the market and what you should be getting excited about from Oni in the coming months.