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The Hot Seat - 4/22

Mon, April 22nd, 2002 | Category: Comic Books

This week writer Ed Brubaker sits in the Hot Seat to shared a few things he's learned over the years and how a good idea will never go to waste.

The Hot Seat - 4/02

Tue, April 2nd, 2002 | Category: Comic Books

What do you know about comics in Australia? Probably not as much as you should. Aussie native Darren Close shares with CBR a fascinating look at the Australian comics scene, introducing you to their history and letting you know about some of the current successes found in that market.

The Hot Seat - 3/25

Mon, March 25th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books

Comics writer Beau Smith shares how he became known as the "Manliest Man in Comics," as he shares a side of his life you would never expect if you've met the man.

The Hot Seat - 3/04

Mon, March 4th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books

Comics retailer Joe Field talks about Free Comic Book Day and outlines the many ways you as fans, retailer and professionals can help make this a successful event.

The Hot Seat - 2/26

Tue, February 26th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books

CrossGen Publisher Mark Alessi returns to the Hot Seat (he loves this chair!) this week to discuss new initiatives his company is launching and why he thinks it will help the industry as a whole.

The Hot Seat - 2/18

Mon, February 18th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books

Funk-O-Tron publisher Robert Kirkman shares his love of comics.

The Hot Seat - 2/11

Mon, February 11th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books

"Noble Causes" Writer Jay Faerber has some strong words for aspiring artists out there.

The Hot Seat - 2/04

Mon, February 4th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books

CrossGen publisher Mark Alessi talks about some of the latest initiatives his company has launched and why they're good ideas for the whole industry to follow.

The Hot Seat - 1/28

Mon, January 28th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books

Comics retailer James Sime shares an interesting perspective on comics and discusses what makes a truly great comic book store.

The Hot Seat - 1/14

Mon, January 14th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books

"7 Guys of Justice" creator Brian Joines shares the story of what he had to do to break into comics. A hint: it wasn't easy!

The Hot Seat - 1/07

Mon, January 7th, 2002 | Category: Comic Books

Udon Comics chief Erik Ko talks about what you should expect once you break into the comics industry.

The Hot Seat - 12/31

Mon, December 31st, 2001 | Category: Comic Books

Writer Marc Bryant shares the most important advice he ever got when he asked what he needs to do to break into comics.

The Hot Seat - 12/24

Mon, December 24th, 2001 | Category: Comic Books

The third installment of Scott Morse's Hot Seat contributions. This week he rounds out his look at comics that helped shape his career with "Road to America" and "Lone Wolf and Cub."

The Hot Seat - 12/17

Mon, December 17th, 2001 | Category: Comic Books

Part two of Scott Morse's three week stint here at the Hot Seat where he takes a look at comics that helped influence his career. This week he takes a look at "Rubber Blanket" and "Love and Rockets."

The Hot Seat - 12/10

Mon, December 10th, 2001 | Category: Comic Books

Week one of Scott Morse's three week sit in The Hot Seat in which he takes a look at comics that shaped his career. This first week includes looks at GI Joe and Daredevil.

The Hot Seat - 12/03

Mon, December 3rd, 2001 | Category: Comic Books

CBR Executive Producer shares the origin story of CBR and give's you a look back at what CBR used to look like.

The Hot Seat - 11/26

Mon, November 26th, 2001 | Category: Comic Books

Writer Danny Donnovan shares a more rosy picture of the future of this industry.

The Hot Seat - 11/19

Mon, November 19th, 2001 | Category: Comic Books

Writer Dan Mishkin with a different perspective on the role Super-Heroes will play in future comics.

The Hot Seat - 11/12

Mon, November 12th, 2001 | Category: Comic Books

For our innagural column Marvel Comics President and COO Bill Jemas takes a satirical look at himself and Marvel Comics in a column that's sure to catch you by surprise.

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