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Writer Joe Hill spoke with CBR TV about the coming conclusion of his and Gabriel Rodriguez's "Locke & Key," the acclaimed, unaired pilot adaptation, his hopes for another stab at bringing the series to TV and more.
Writer/Creator J.T. Krul hits the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International 2012 to expound on his work for DC, Aspen and his upcoming prose novel "The Lost Spark."
"Hunger Games" stars Amandla Stenberg and Jack Quaid spend some time with CBR TV, discussing their experiences making the hit movie, weighing in on the problem with Superman and playing Rue's death song on a kazoo.
"The Hunger Games" actors Willow Shields and Dayo Okeniyi stop by the CBR Yacht at CCI 2012 to talk about their experience portraying characters in the blockbuster film.
Actors Tony Curran and Jamie Murray stopped by the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International in San Diego 2012 to bring new details on "Defiance," the new SyFy show launching April 2013
Creators Gale Anne Hurd and Peter Calloway discuss their upcoming 12 Gauge book, "Anti,", the approach to adapting Robert Kirkman's "The Walking Dead" to television and more.
Mike Carey spoke with CBR TV about his and Peter Gross' continuing Vertigo series "The Unwritten," writing over 75 issues of "X-Men Legacy" and his upcoming project with Thomas Jane and Tim Bradstreet.
Man of Action members Joe Casey and Duncan Rouleau dropped in on CBR TV during Comic-Con International to discuss a number of projects, from "Ultimate Spider-Man" to their various Image Comics series and more.
The writing duo behind the canonical continuation of Joss Whedon's slaying heroine, Andrew Chambliss and Christos Gage tell all on the impending end of "Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 9" from Giles' past to Spike's future.
Marvel CCO Joe Quesada made his annual pilgrimage to the CBR yacht during Comic-Con International to discuss all things Marvel, from the animated Disney XD block to Marvel NOW! and more.
Hellboy creator Mike Mignola spoke with CBR TV about his recently deceased demonic hero and the plans he has in store for him in the months ahead, Ron Perlman's return to the character for Make-A-Wish and more.
John Layman spoke with CBR TV about his upcoming run writing Batman for "Detective Comics," the status of Showtime's "Chew" adaptation, working on more than on creator-owned title at a time and his dream DC Comics gig.
Joss Whedon spoke with CBR TV from the floor of Comic-Con International about "Buffy Season 9," "Angel & Faith" and Nick Fury's Machiavellian approach to saving the world in "The Avengers."
Mark Waid discusses the challenges and benefits of working in digital and print, gives a brief rundown of some upcoming creators and projects on Thrillbent and what to expect from his and Max Brooks' Legendary project.
Tron himself, Bruce Boxleitner stepped aboard the CBR yacht with "Tron: Uprising" director Charlie Bean to discuss the new animated series' origins and goals and what being a part of the franchise means to the actor,
Composer Bear McCreary discusses his role in setting the mood for AMC's "The Walking dead," working on the show's score with creator Robert Kirkman, the world of "composer geeks" and more.
Marvel's Head of Television Jeph Loeb discusses the origins of "Hulk: Agents of S.M.A.S.H.," the reason for the transition from "Earth's Mightiest Heroes" to "Avengers Assemble" and more.
Good Charlotte guitarist Billy Martin discusses writing and drawing "Vitriol the Hunter," a 6-issue series from IDW, complete with a Martin-composed soundtrack.
"Dredd" actors Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby discuss their roles and character work in the upcoming Judge Dredd film adaptation.
Scott Snyder discusses his plans for the Joker in the upcoming "Batman" story arc, why he's spending time in the 50s in "American Vampire" and what's in store for the Riddler and the rest of Batman's rogues gallery.
James Robinson spoke with CBR TV about the controversy over Alan Scott's New 52 sexual identity, the broader issue of gay characters in comics and his and artist J. Bone's upcoming Image series "The Saviors."
"Arrow" Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim talks about the upcoming CW series adapting DC's Green Arrow to television, discussing Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" trilogy's influence on the series and more.
CBR sent Steve Sunu into the infected undead zone of Petco Park where he managed to get footage as he attempted to make his way from the infected area to evac in "The Walking Dead Escape."
Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture and Terry Crews joined CBR TV to discuss "Expendables 2" and the franchise's old-school approach to action films, eschewing cgi effects for live stunts.
"Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman and series artist Charlie Adlard shambled aboard the CBR Yacht during Comic-Con International in San Diego to discuss the popular comic and TV show.
Cartoon Network has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at a special behind-the-scenes bonus feature on the upcoming release of "Adventure Time: The Complete First Season" on DVD.
Comic Book Resources today announced plans for its 2013 Comic-Con International coverage, including video interviews, publisher exclusives and a renewed partnership with ROTTEN TOMATOES.
Tim Seeley and Mike Norton discuss their upcoming small town horror Image comic "Revival," its different take on the undead and their solo projects, including Seeley's "Ex Sanguine" and Norton's "Battlepug."
Writer Nick Spencer spoke to CBR TV about "Thief of Thieves" with Robert Kirkman, "Morning Glories'" high body count, and his Halloween release, "Bedlam," with artist Riley Rossmo.
Artist Lee Bermejo discusses his and Brian Azzarello's "Before Watchmen: Rorschach," from the challenge of telling a story where the lead character's ending is already known to the controversy surrounding the project.
Dan Slott discusses all things "Amazing Spider-Man" with CBR TV, from Spidey's new found penchant for variety in his wardrobe to traveling to the "Ends of the Earth" to battle Doc Ock's sinister plans and the big issue #700!
Eisner Award winner Eric Powell discusses the importance of creator-owned comics, working in genres beyond super heroes, his and David Fincher's slow road to the "Goon" feature film, roller derby and more.
Jay Faerber discusses his focus on creator-owned work over the course of his comics career, how he applies what he's learned in the writer's room on "Ringer" to working on "Near Death" with artist Simone Gulgliemini and more.
Adam Glass spoke with CBR TV about writing the CW's "Supernatural" and DC Comics' "Suicide Squad," the fan reactions and personal threats he's received over the New 52 take on Harley Quinn and much more.
Mark Waid's interview with John Barrowman concludes with the actor going deep into his life as "Torchwood's" Captain Jack, looking at his sexual orientation in "The Making of Me," co-writing with his sister and much more.
In part two of Mark Waid's interview of "Torchwood" star John Barrowman, the two reminisce over childhood memories and the popular actor relates the undeniably unusual story of how he and his partner met (around) 18 years ago.
In the first of a three-part series on CBR TV, comic writer Mark Waid interviews "Torchwood" star John Barrowman with the two discussing not their shared geek interest, namely action figures, and Stan Lee.
Writer Sam Humphries spoke with CBR TV about his career trajectory from self-publishing and self-distributing "Our Love Is Real" to working with Jonathan Hickman on "Ultimate Comics Ultimates" and more.
Director James McTiegue discusses his and John Cusack's "The Raven," mixing the real-world Edgar Allan Poe with his fictional creation, the co-opting of the V mask by the Occupy movement and more.
With the launch of the Summer of Valiant just around the corner, "X-O Manowar" writer Robert Venditti and editor Warren Simons spoke with CBR TV about the publisher's plans to take the comics industry by storm.