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Paul Cornell spoke with CBR TV about being the final writer on "Action Comics" original run, creating new DC Comics characters in "Demon Knights," Apollo and Midnighter's relationship in "Stormwatch" and much more.
JMS spoke with CBR TV about the influence "Superman: Earth One" had on DC Comics' decision to launch the New 52, the popular graphic novel's coming sequel, working on the Thor movie & more!
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso discusses Matt Fraction's "Defenders," the ramifications of "Fear Itself" and "X-Men Schism," DC Comics' relaunch and much more.
Joëlle Jones spoke with CBR TV about working with writer Janet Evanovich on "Troublemaker" for Dark Horse, how the Punisher was at the root of her comic book love and much more.
Walt and Louise Simonson spoke with CBR TV about their experiences on the set of "Thor," Walt's new Artist's Edition from IDW, Louise's "Superman Retroactive" one-shot and much more.
Author George RR Martin stopped by CBR TV's floating Tiki Lounge to discuss HBO's adaptation of "Game of Thrones," its Comic-Con reception and much more.
Multiple Eisner Award winner Jill Thompson spoke with CBR TV about her and Evan Dorkin's "Beasts of Burden," it's current movie adaptation status, modeling for Alex Ross' "Kingdom Come" paintings and more.
Grant Morrison spoke with CBR TV about writing Superman in "Action Comics," his stance on Clark and Lois' marriage, selling Bill Jemas on the title "New X-Men," his movie "Sinatoro" and much more.
John Layman, the writer and co-creator of the Eisner Award-winning "Chew," discusses the continuing process of bringing the comic to TV, announces a new "Aliens" mini with Sam Keith on art and much more.
Marvel Entertainment CCO Joe Quesada spoke with CBR TV about Marvel's movies, past, present and future, DC Comics' relaunch, Marc Silvestri on "Hulk" and more.
Todd McFarlane joined CBR TV to discuss DC Comics' September relaunch, digital piracy and sales, what Robert Kirkman brings to Image Comics, "Spawn" sales and much more.
Rob Liefeld spoke with CBR TV about "Image United" delays, developing "The Infinite" with Robert Kirkman, returning to "Hawk & Dove" for DC Comics' New 52 initiative and more.
In an interview with CBR, Todd McFarlane critiqued DC Comics' impending relaunch, laying out the mistakes he sees and how the publisher could have done it better.
Nate Cosby discusses his freelance writing career, experiences as a Marvel Comics editor, his passion for all-ages comics, working on “Jim Henson’s Storyteller” at Archaia Comics and much more.
Amy Reeder stopped by CBR TV's Tiki Room at WonderCon to discuss breaking into the industry, "Madame Xanadu" and her upcoming run on "Batwoman with JH Williams III at DC Comics.
During her visit to the set of Sony Pictures’ “The Smurfs,” CBR reporter Josie Campbell became involved in some movie magic when she provided the voice for one of Peyo's 3-apple high creatures.
Writer Paul Levitz sat down with CBR TV to discuss life after being DC Comics President, from teaching aspiring comics creators to his (literally) giant-sized DC retrospective book and more.
"The Flash" writer and artist Francis Manapul spoke with CBR TV about expanding his world on a creative level, his experience working with Geoff Johns, making the jump from artist to writer and more.
James Robinson spoke with CBR TV about his current Eclipso storyline in "JLA," plans for his 12-issue Shade series, creating an all new character for the Flashpoint universe and much more.
Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso spoke with CBR TV about event comics, the current state of the comics industry, print comics and their digital counterparts and more.
Legendary cartoonist Berkeley Breathed spoke with CBR TV about the latest volume of IDW's "Bloom County" collection, the Pulitzer committee's attempts to rescind the Prize after awarding it to him and more.
Bruce Timm & Alan Burnett spoke with CBR TV about focusing on Hal Jordan in "Green Lantern: Emerald Knights," the upcoming "Justice League: Doom" and Dwayne McDuffie's legacy.
Brannon Braga and Alex Graves talk with CBR about producing the dinosaur-populated series for TV. Later this week stars Jason O'Mara and Stephen Lang join us on CBR TV!
Producer Ethan Spaulding and Art Director Dan Norton discuss the upcoming "ThunderCats" series, remaining true to the spirit of the original series, the influence of the toys on the show and vice versa & more.
Kyle Higgins & Scott Snyder discuss the just-launched "Batman: Gates of Gotham," from the story's origins as a Gotham City-based mystery to a layered tale exploring the rich history of Batman's city.
"ThunderCats" writer Michael Jelenic and the original voice of Lion-O Larry Kenney visited CBR TV to discuss the upcoming revamp of the classic '80s cartoon.
Jason Aaron discusses fan and pro reaction to his CBR column "Where The Hell Am I," the amplified expectations for his first major event in "X-Men: Schism" and the longterm effects the story will have on the X-Universe.
Reggae superstar Ziggy Marley dropped by the CBR TV studios to discuss “Marijuanaman,” written by Joe Casey with Jim Mahfood on art, why the comic wasn't printed on hemp paper, character’s Superman influences and more.
Robert Kirkman elaborates on Stephen King and Joe Hill's possible involvement in "The Walking dead" season 2, discusses Michael Rooker's character, the comic's recent storyline shock and more.
"Super" writer/director James Gunn visited CBR TV to discuss the origins of his new Rainn Wilson-starring movie, what happened to his Marvel MAX title, his love of Grant Morrison's Robin and more.
"Thor" stars Tom Hiddleston, Kat Dennings and Jaimie Alexander spoke with CBR TV about the implications of playing an evil character, being the lone woman in a crowd of men and wearing those extravagant helmets.
Star Chris Hemsworth and director Kenneth Branagh spoke with CBR TV about the coolest part of being Thor, managing the scope of the film, casting Idris Elba and assembling the Avengers at Comic-Con.
CBR TV goes behind the scenes with the cast of Fox's "Breaking In" on the set of this week's episode as the Contra Security team protects the sole copy of "Goonies 2" from rabid fans at a meticulously created Comic Con.
"Breaking In" co-creators Adam Goldberg and Doug Robinson stop by CBR TV to discuss the rise of geek culture and the themes explored in the new series, from "21 Jump Street" to Comic-Con and beyond.
The creator of "Crash Bandicoot," Jason Rubin, dropped by CBR TV to discuss writing comics, his serial-killer starring Top Cow miniseries "Mysterious Ways" with Tyler Kirkham and Francis Manapul and much more.
Judd Winick talks about his time on "The Real World," unique challenge of taking over Power Girl" while tying the series into the storyline of "Justice League: Generation Lost," taking on "Batman and Robin" and more.
"Alpha Flight" co-writer Fred Van Lente talks to CBR TV about mixing political intrigue with super heroes and touches on copyright and creator's rights via "Comic Book Comics."
Brian Michael Bendis spent some time with CBR TV to answer questions regarding his and Mark Bagley's creator-owned "Brilliant," the 1950s Avengers storyline, the status of the "Powers" TV series and more.
"Breaking In" stars Odette Annable and Bret Harrison discuss recreating the Comic Con atmosphere for the new Fox series, the cast discovering their chemistry early on in the show's production and more.
Multiple 2011 Eisner Award nominee Nick Spencer spoke with CBR TV about his reasons for accepting a Marvel Exclusive contract, bringing Iron Fist into his "Iron Man 2.0" "Fear Itself" arc, "Runaways," "Morning Glories" and more.