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CBR speaks with “Mystery Science Theater 3000” alum Mary Jo Pehl about Bluewater's “Jailbait,” a miniseries she describes as a comedy about an all-female undercover squad with a mandate to bust sexual predators.
CBR News talks to two-time Xeric Award-winning writer/artist Jack Hsu about his self-published Yakuza series, “8-9-3," and the ongoing challenges of self-publishing in today's direct (and digital) comic book marketplace.
CBR talks to Jason Martin about the upcoming graphic novel completing his series “Super Real,” as well as other projects coming down the pike from his Super Real Graphics publishing company.
CBR was on hand for Radical Publishing's panel at Comic-Con, including Jimmy Palmiotti, Steve Pugh, David Hine, Jim Steranko, Nick Simmons, Steve Niles, Rick Remember, Sam Sarkar, M. Zachary Sherman, Mark Long and Nick Sagan.
CCI's “Dollhouse” panel featured Joss Whedon, Eliza Dushku and some surprise members of the cast. Joss spent time talking about the past, present and future of "Dollhouse," as well as his other currently percolating projects.
CBR News talks to Bill Willingham about IDW’s “Back Roads,” his upcoming collaboration with Gene Ha, about a network of roads that, when used correctly, lead travelers to a multiverse of fantasy worlds.
CBR News talks to writers Brian Reed and Joshua Ortega exclusively about the end of Dynamite Entertainment's “Red Sonja” and the debut of “Queen Sonja," which launches in October with artwork by Mel Rubi.
CBR News talks to writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning about the Marvel/Top Cow crossover “Fusion,” which features the New Avengers, the Thunderbolts, Cyberforce and Hunter-Killer.
Archaia and creators Nick Tapalansky & Alex Eckman-Lawn bring back the Eagle-nominated zombie-noir series “Awakening” in two hardcover OGNs, and CBR has an exclusive preview of the entire first chapter.
CBR News talks to writer David Wohl about Aspen’s “Executive Assistant Iris,” a series he created with Michael Turner about women trained as personal bodyguards in the cut-throat world of Chinese big business.
CBR News talks to writer Jay Faerber about the first ever “Witchblade Annual," in which Sara Pezzini and her partner investigate a series of murders perpetrated by plastic surgery patients.
CBR News talks to J.M. DeMatteis & Mike Cavallaro about IDW’s “Savior 28,” a story rooted in DeMatteis classic 1980s run on "Captain America," and one the writer says is to be his final word on superhero comics.
Mark Waid talks about the return of Cyberforce and Hunter-Killer in Top Cow’s 2009 summer event, “Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer," which will be preceded by a Free Comic Book Day preview, of which we have an exclusive first look.
CBR News speaks to Scott Lobdell about IDW Publishing's “Watchmen” send-up, “Whatmen?!,” and how Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons' seminal graphic novel influenced his career as a writer.
CBR News talks to “Witchblade” writer Ron Marz about the “War of the Witchblades” arc, in which the conflict between the two Witchblade bearers finally comes to a head, with only one left standing when the smoke clears.
CBR talks to Berkeley Breathed exclusively about the definitive, hardcover, five-volume collection of the entire run of his Pultizer Prize-winning comic strip “Bloom County,” to be published by IDW.
IDW’s “Angel: After the Fall” wraps up with issue #17, but that is not the end for everybody favorite vampire with a soul: we talk to novelist Kelley Armstrong about writing the subsequent story arc, “Aftermath.”
CBR talks to Rick Loverd & Jeremy Haun about Top Cow's “Berserker,” a new series posing the question, what would happen if descendants of Norse berserker warriors began to hulk out in the here and now?
CBR talks to Ben Templesmith about IDW’s “The Presidents of the United States,” which features portraits by the artist of America’s 44 Commanders in Chief.
We talk to Pat Croce about Zenescope’s “No Quarter,” the latest in the entrepreneur’s pirate brand, which also includes the Pirate Soul museum in Florida and an upcoming big-budget Blackbeard film.