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Comic book luminaries from the past 40-plus years of comics gathered at the Brooklyn Book Festival in New York last week to discuss the state of the industry, the craft of making comics and more.
With the concluding storyline set to begin in October, writer Arvid Nelson talks to CBR about the role of his own religious beliefs in "Rex Mundi," his acclaimed Dark Horse series about murder, conspiracy and the quest for the Holy Grail.
Bernie Wrightson spoke earlier this month to comics historian Peter Sanderson at New York's Big Apple Con, and CBR was there to hear what the artist had to say about his career in comics and film, with details about Stephen King's "The Mist" and more.
This past Monday at the MOCCA in NYC, Minx editor Shelly Bond and Marketing Director Gayley Carillo discuss the newly formed line, its first releases, and hints of what's to come next.
In one of the more enlightening panels at MoCCA this past weekend, David Axe ("War Fix"), Greg Cook ("Catch As Catch Can) and Brendan Burfod ("Syncopated") discussed the challenges and benefits to reporting war through comics.
Peter Sanderson brought to a close his lecture series on '80s comics at MoCCA by taking a hard look at the ground breaking graphic novel "Violent Cases" by Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean.
Comics historian Peter Sanderson gave the second part of his lecture on "Watchmen" at MoCCA in NYC and we've got a full report of this indepth analysis of one of comics greatest stories.
Last week at MOCCA in NYC, Tim Hamilton and Michael Cavallaro took part in a round-table discussion, discussing the ups and downs of adapting for "Classics Illustrated," on the early days and struggles of Valiant and much more.
This past Monday night, comics historian Peter Sanderson held a lecture in New York City on the subject of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' ground breaking graphic novel "Watchmen."
This past Sunday in New York City, CBR News caught up with Norm Breyfogle and Chuck Satterlee to discuss their book "Of Bitter Souls" and to talk with Breyfogle at length about his career and his love of the Haiku!
This past weekend at the Super Comic Fest in Secaucus, NJ, CBR News caught up with aritst Rodney Ramos to get an update on his current work and what it meant to be a "Romita Raider."