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From the CBR TV archives, actor Stuart Allan and famed voice director Andrea Romano talk about finding the right approach to Damian Wayne.
Tommy Lee Edwards visited CBR TV at Wondercon to talk about his Dark Horse series "Vandroid," longtime love of "Godzilla" and his cinematic future.
"How to Train Your Dragon 2" director Dean DeBlois and star Jay Baruchel discuss the highly anticipated sequel and a love of professional hockey.
The director and star of "The Maze Runner" talk about the challenges of bringing the popular young adult novel by James Dashner to the big screen.
With KaBOOM!'s "Saving Time" series, cartoonist Mike Kunkel returns to the "Herobear And The Kid" story he started over a decade ago.
"Wonder Woman" artist Cliff Chiang stopped by the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon to discuss the critically acclaimed take on the Amazon.
"X-O Manowar" and "Green Lantern" writer Robert Venditti tells CBR TV about his current "Flash" run for DC Comics, long form storytelling and his first novel.
Star Dylan O'Brien and author James Dashner visited the CBR Tiki Room to discuss adapting Dashner's young adult trilogy to film with a rookie director.
Director Luc Besson discusses his upcoming film "Lucy," selling a story to "Metal Hurlant," taking creative risks in Hollywood film and more.
"Teen Titans Go!" writer Aaron Horvath explains what makes the Cartoon Network hit tick, and offers CBR News a delicious sandwich.
Archie Comics CCO Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa on growing the brand, "Afterlife with Archie's" success and its new Sabrina-starring companion series.
Producers Michael Jelenic & Aaron Horvath and Cyborg voice actor Khary Payton discuss the evolution of "Teen Titans Go!" as it enters Season 2.
Actor Jason O'Mara discusses taking the Dark Knight from "Justice League: War" to the challenge of raising an assassin-trained child in "Son of Batman."
Jim Lee stopped by the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon 2014 and discussed DC's current slate of weekly series, his future in comics and more.
"Ms. Marvel" editor Sana Amanat joined CBR TV at WonderCon 2014 to discuss her Marvel work, her recent TED Talk and more.
"Once Upon a Time" creators Adam Horowitz & Edward Kitsis discuss Season 3, the two-hour finale and characters who have yet to appear on the fairy-tale drama.
Creator Noelle Stevenson discusses the incredibly positive reaction to "Lumberjanes," taking advantage of opportunity and social media.
"Avatar: The Last Airbender" comic writer and acclaimed cartoonist Gene Luen Yang talks the latest "Avatar" OGN and going superhero with "The Shadow Hero."
Ant-Man, senior citizen Wonder Woman and a contingent of Doctors Who make appearances in CBR's final photo parade from WonderCon 2014.
Co-creator Brannon Braga and star Shane West put WGN America's first scripted series, "Salem," on trial at WonderCon, opening up about their bewitching new show.
Georges Jeanty discussed working on "Buffy" and "Serenity," and his reaction to seeing his Bishop design used in "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
New "Detective Comics" writer/artist Francis Manapul stopped by the CBR Tiki Room at WonderCon to discuss his take on Batman and more.
Kelly Sue DeConnick, Mark Waid, Marjorie Liu, James Robinson and more Marvel talent spilled the secrets of how to break into comics at Wondercon.
Jim Lee, Kevin Conroy and Ralph Garman celebrate 75 years of Batman by revealing to CBR News how the Dark Knight has impacted their lives.
Comics luminary Cully Hamner discussed his lengthy career, from "Green Lantern" to "Red" to Gaijin Studios, designing Blue Beetle and what's on the horizon.
Rick Burchett's spotlight panel at WonderCon saw the industry veteran share the lessons he's learned about comics and publishing "Lady Sabre" via Kickstarter.
"Revolution" showrunner Rockne S. O'Bannon and actors Elizabeth Mitchell and Stephen Collins previewed this season's final four episodes.
Executive producer Brannon Braga and star Shane West discuss the new WGN America drama, which puts a new twist on the historical witch trials.
The writers and voice actors behind the hit Cartoon Network series "Regular Show" dish on behind-the-scenes hilarity and what's coming up next.
James Robinson took the stage to discuss his current and past work, including current Marvel books, creator-owned work and his aborted plans for "Earth 2."
Director Matt Reeves and stars Gary Oldman, Keri Russell and Andy Serkis were on hand at WonderCon to tease Fox's gritty summer release.
When the cosplayers gathered in Anaheim for WonderCon, the resulting group photos were epic, and CBR was there!
At Katie Cook's WonderCon spotlight panel the writer/artist spoke about her work on "My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic," "Star Wars" and more.
Robert Venditti, writer of "X-O Manowar," "Surrogates," "Green Lantern" and "The Flash" broke down his process, his comics origin and more during WonderCon 2014.
DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee brought three artistic hopefuls onstage at WonderCon to help demonstrate different approaches to storytelling.
The director and writer of "Godzilla" spoke with SPINOFF about their approach to modernizing the King of the Monsters.
Mark Waid, Kelly Sue DeConnick, James Robinson and more discussed the challenges of plotting long stories and working within a shared superhero universe.
IDW and its creators announced new titles and highlighted creator-owned books, as well as signing "Locke & Key" artist Gabriel Rodriguez to an exclusive.
Maverick digital comics platform Thrillbent announced a new app featuring subscription options and the digital return of Mark Waid & Barry Kitson's "Empire."
WonderCon took over Anaheim last weekend, and as always, CBR News was there, documenting the show, top to bottom!