"Batman's" Gotham Was... Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo
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Creator Brad Neele talks with SPINOFF about thinking about controversy, the downfall of Super Deluxe and the future of his "George Washington" shorts.
The creator of the surreal new FXX comedy talks about casting Jay Baruchel and writing Adolf Hitler with Bill Hader in mind.
The fan-favorite actor talks about joining the Adult Swim series, his criticisms of 24-hour news channels, and the status of the sequel to "Tucker & Dale vs. Evil."
Charles Soule, Mark Waid and Tom Brevoort talk "Death of Wolverine," the future of "Elektra" and what may be in store for Howard the Duck.
Actor and "Moon Lake" v2 creator Dan Fogler tells CBR about his second horror/sci-fi anthology, his love of the format, what role he wants in "Star Wars," how he almost played Sam Kinison and more.
Scott Aukerman, host of "Comedy Bang Bang," spoke with SPINOFF about his IFC talk show, the freedom allowed by podcasting and the state of sketch comedy and late-night television.
"Rubicon" author Mark Long discusses adapting Kurosawa's "Seven Samurai" to reflect modern warfare, developing characters in the middle of a fire fight and the responsibility to paint a realistic picture of war.
Writer Jonathan Hennessey and illustrator Aaron McConnell tell CBR about the challenge of putting a new spin on the Gettysburg Address, as well as the complexity of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War.
Writer Brian Winkeler & artist Robert Wilson IV talk about their Monkeybrain series "Knuckleheads," in which a pair of slackers are given a cosmic weapon, and their self-publishing journey.
Co-creators Chris Folino & William Katt and actor Jake Busey discuss the making of "Sparks," a noirish indie superhero film pitting Chase Williamson's fugitive hero against Katt's psychotic serial killer.
Legendary X-writer Chris Claremont explains why he believes Marvel's X-Men have lost their uniqueness, why he's focusing on his prose career and what he expects from the "The Wolverine" and "Days of Future Past" films.
"The Walking Dead's" Danai Gurira spoke one-on-one with CBR about Michonne's best characteristics, whether or not she's worried about her character being killed and why she won't share her sword's name.
Tom Morello discusses his first comic book experience creating a wasteland with artist Scott Hepburn, whether "Orchid" will live on beyond its finale and using the series to tackle topics lke terrorism and rebellion.
Artist Nick Pitarra spoke with CBR about being discovered by Jonathan Hickman, evolving as an artist on "The Manhattan Projects" and the challenge and reward in making the series' real-life characters his own.
Writer Drew Z. Greenberg tells CBR News about what keeps him returning to "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," gay vampire slayer Billy's hidden super-power, and compares and contrasts Buffy and Billy.
Writer Jane Espenson discusses her return to Dark Horse Comics' "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9," laying out Billy the Vampire Slayer's power-level and explaining the benefits to writing with an agenda.
Tom Brevoort and Mark Waid spoke on the futures of X-23, “X-Force”, Nick Fury, and a possible “Young Avengers”-like book during the Marvel NOW panel at the Baltimore Comic-Con.
Dan DiDio, Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Bob Wayne and Jeff Lemire give hints about “Zero Month”, the freedom afforded the Batman team within the “New 52,” and how DC plans on honoring the past.