EXCL. PREVIEW: Hitch's "Justice League: Rebirth" #1 Fears the Reaper
I’m a writer-filmmaker who has lived an ordinary/extraordinary life. Born and bred in Seattle, I moved to Los Angeles after college to do the film “thing.” I interned for a number of production companies, sweated things out as an assistant to Oliver Stone, had some fun at Disney Studios, and got a Masters in Film from USC. Now I’m back in Seattle, working at the University of Washington by day, crafting my plans to take over the world by night.
I’ve got a wife who I adore (even if she doesn’t quite “get” comics) and two terrific kids (we watch “Brave and the Bold” together and they love the “Tiny Titans”). My passion for comics started at a young age, and although my enthusiasm for the industry ebbs and flows, my feelings for the art form and its heroes never change. I’ve got some big ideas about the next few years of my life, and I can’t wait to see what happens next…
FIRST COMIC: "New Teen Titans" #20
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Robin (Dick Grayson)
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Coming this September to theaters everywhere is the Viking-themed "Pathfinder." CBR News went on a set visit last December and spoke with Director Marcus Nispel ("Texas Chainsaw Massacre") and Executive Producer Brad Fischer about the production.
Doug TenNapel brings us his version of the old west - where the men were men, and the robots were deadly. TenNapel told us about his upcoming Image Comics OGN "Iron West" and updated the status of a number of his film & television projects.
Writer Jeff Amano sticks Frankenstein and Pinocchio in a blender, sets it on Puree, and comes up with an intriguing tale in "The Cobbler's Monster"
CBR News talked with Erik Larsen about publishing milestones and the characters of "Wanted" paying a visit to "Savage Dragon."
With "Fables" #50 due in just a couple of months, as well as a spin-off series and an original graphic novel on the way, the little universe Bill Willingham created is expanding quite a bit. CBR News sat down with Willingham for a long chat about where the series and it's related books are headed.
With "A Distant Soil" coming to a close and a work schedule that includes "The Book of Lost Souls" and the upcoming "Stealth Tribes," Colleen Doran is one of the hardest working people in the comic biz. We caught up with Doran to learn more about what she's working on today.
Filmmaker Richard Kelly and artist Brett Weldele talk about the comic prequel to Kelly's latest film, "Southland Tales." Come inside for a cinematic experience which includes 18 pages of preview art, 8 pages of which are exclusive to CBR.
Kevin Grevioux (writer of the movie "Underworld") talks about his two new comic imprints and shares his tips for breaking into the biz.
It's the end of an era, as the popular "Strangers In Paradise" is about to close up shop. Terry Moore spoke to CBR News about the end of the series and revealed his surprising original plan for the series.
CBR News visited the "X3" set and brought back some juicy interviews. First, CBR chatted with Production Designer Ed Verreaux. Come inside and learn why the X-Men are at Alcatraz.
In the second part of the "X3" set visit, CBR News talked with Associate Producer Dave Gorder. Plus, Juggernaut chases after Kitty...
Our "X3" coverage continues, as CBR had a chat with X3 Visual Effects Supervisor John Bruno. Learn how Angel flies, and find out how Patrick Stewart revisits his Star Trek roots in the film.
"X3" madness continues, as CBR and the Xavier Institute For Higher Learning bring you more coverage of the film, straight from the set. This time, Brett Ratner and the X-cast talk about the new film, its new director, and Storm's new personality.
If X marks the spot, then you've hit gold with CBR's continuing "X3" coverage. In the second part of our Q & A with Brett Ratner and the X-cast, we discuss the new characters, why Angel is just so dreamy, a cure for mutants, and things that make Halle Berry queasy.
Time to turn off the lights in the Danger Room and hit the rack for some rest, as CBR wraps up our special "X3" coverage. As we conclude, Kelsey Grammer talks about his role as Beast in "X-Men: The Last Stand." Come on in and find out who's smarter - Hank McCoy or Frasier Crane?
In a lengthy interview, Greg Rucka sat down with CBR News to let us know his One Year Later plans and talked about the end of "Gotham Central." Step inside and find out the latest on the new Checkmate.
Warren Ellis and Juan Jose Ryp tell the tale of a barbarian tough enough to kick sand in Conan's face at the beach with "Wolfskin," coming from Avatar Press in April. We sat down with Ellis & Ryp to learn more.
Writer-artist Mike Hawthorne returns to his "Hysteria" series this March at Image Comics to tell the tale of a "One Man Gang." Come inside, if you can take it...
CBR News caught up with writer Bruce Jones to talk about his plans for the new "Warlord" and what readers can expect from his One Year Later "Nightwing."
Come inside and learn the true history of the Jewish Mafia and Murder Incorporated as told by writer Neil Kleid and artist Jake Allen in "Brownsville," from NBM Publishing. These guys make the Sopranos look like a bunch of wimps.