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Dan Mishkin, Ernie Colón & Jerzy Drozd discuss adapting “The Warren Commission Report" into a graphic novel investigation of the Kennedy Assassination.
Creator JP Ahonen tells CBR about "Sing No Evil," his rock concept album disguised as a graphic novel form, metal, comics and finding your voice.
A book that looks at Charles Schulz as an artist, Derf Backderf's "My Friend Dahmer" follow-up and Eddie Pittman's "Red's Planet" were unveiled at the Abrams panel.
Jennifer George discusses the new collection of her grandfather Rube Goldberg's art, a cartoonist so great his name became an adjective.
A special panel discussed the creation and legacy of Bazooka Joe in comics, sharing some of the stories and research behind the 60th anniversary book.
Spotlighting its diverse line-up of books, Abrams ComicArts special guests William Stout, Kazu Kibuishi and Jason Caffoe presented new books "Legends of the Blues" and "Explorer: The Lost Islands."
Acclaimed artist William Stout talks to CBR News about "Legends of the Blues," out now from Abrams, reminisces about working with Russ Manning on "Tarzan" and its recent reprint, plus much more.
Cartoonist and science writer Daryl Cunningham, a guest at this past weekend's MoCCA Fesitval, spoke with CBR News about his new book, "How to Fake a Moon Landing."
Award-winning cartoonist Derf Backderf speaks to CBR about growing up with serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer in what should be one of the most talked about and acclaimed graphic novels of the year.
CBR News spoke with writer-artist Reinhard Kleist about his earliest memories of the country musician, the evolution of the Cash biography, and the awards the German edition of "Johnny Cash: I See a Darkness" has already received.
Art Spiegleman and Francoise Mouly talk with CBR News about the time, sweat and rewards involved in putting together their comprehensive children's comic collection, "The Toon Treasury of Classic Children’s Comics."
Author Eric Nash chronicles a lost performance art form that was used to entertain children, convey news during World War II, and went on to influence the shape of comics in Japan. CBR News spoke with the author about his book.
From “MAD” to “Little Annie Fanny,” Abrams ComicArts' “The Art of Harvey Kurtzman” gives a comprehensive look at the influential artist's career. We spoke with co-authors Denis Kitchen & Paul Buhle about the book.
“Mom's Cancer” cartoonist Brian Fies returns with “Whatever Happened to the World of Tomorrow?” a graphic novel about 50 years of American progress as seen through the eyes of a father & son. We spoke with Fies.