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Comics historian Mark Evanier led a WonderCon panel dedicated to remembering and sharing anecdotes of Golden Age legends Jack Kirby, Will Eisner, Jerry Robinson and Joe Simon.
During his WonderCon spotlight panel, Jim Lee took fans through his creative process, shed light on redesigning the DCU and promised to remember to draw Wonder Woman's heeled boots in future issues of "Justice League."
In celebration of Black History Month, CBR presents a series of interviews with black creators, past, present, and future. Today we sit down with Reginald Hudlin, writer of "Black Panther" and head of entertainment at BET.
Continuing our celebration of Black History Month, today we talk with Arvell Jones, former artist for Marvel, DC, and Milestone. We discuss his early days at Marvel, the key to breaking into the industry, and how hard it is for different parts of the industry to just get along.
In celebration of Black History Month, CBR presents a series of interviews with black creators, past, present and future. Today we talk with Floyd Norman, one time artist of "Katy Keene." He spoke about his history in comics, on why it's important to remain creative no matter your age and why he once chastised Spike Lee.
In celebration of Black History Month, CBR presents a series of interviews with black creators, past, present, and future. First up is Jamal Igle, artist of "Firestorm: The Nuclear Man." We talk with him about his beginnings in the comics industry, his triumphs and struggles, and why he receives mail from the US Army.
Walking over the greener pastures in Top Cow's future with Marc Silvestri, Matt Hawkins, Renae Geerlings, Mark Waid, Ron Marz, Tyler Kirkham and Mike Choi, ranging from plans for "Rising Stars," many new concepts, the Hollywood connection, and what Marc Silvestri and Mark Waid think of working with each other.
A raucous round of Q & A with the comics friendly director, bouncing from T & A, to other bodily functions, malfunctions, dysfunctions, and many other happy topics.
Trying to learn what's in store for the House of Ideas, when the name of the game is playing it close to the vest, and learning about Marvel's return to 7-11s, more painted tell-all books a la "Origins," watching an editor get stumped again and again, and coping with technical difficulties .
Saturday at Wizard World LA, DC talked about upcoming plans featuring the Man of Steel, as discussed by Eddie Berganza, Greg Rucka, Grant Morrison, Gail Simone, Jeph Loeb, Mark Verheiden and Karl Kerschl, with topics ranging from where the Girl of Steel resides to the vast number of pages completed by Frank Quitely.