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We look back at the year that was on CBR TV through incredible kazoo performances and more than a few hilarious screw ups, with appearances by LeVar Burton, Simon Pegg, Corey Feldman, Jonathan Ross, Didio, Morrison, Bendis, & many more!
Jeff Katz stopped by CBR TV to discuss his American Original partnership with Dwyane Wade, LeBron James' move to Miami, the current status of Amercan Original's publishing plans and more.
Top Cow's presentation at Comic-Con International provided fans with news on Pilot Season 2010, a new movie option based on a Pilot Season title, "Artifacts," the return of Pitt and a revival of Minotaur Press.
CBR's Kiel Phegley turns in this full run down of the Chicago Comic-Con with word from organizers, retailers and a huge amount of talent from J.G. Jones to Mike Choi and more.
Most of Comic-Con lays claim to being jam-packed and star-studded, but Jeff Katz's American Original pulled in a bit of both with announcements from wrestling deals to horror series to comedy bits, and CBR was there.
American Original founder Jeff Katz announced the first four comics from his new production company, stretching from supernatural noir to an all-star comedy anthology. We spoke with Katz exclusively.
The writer and studio executive explains the ins and outs of American Original, his new production company and comics publisher designed with an eye on getting bigger opportunities for creators.
A "Nerd Machine," Jeff Katz's American Original is a new entertainment company that will provide content across multiple platforms geared to genre consumers as well as provide services to genre creators themselves.
The co-writer of "Booster Gold" and studio exec of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," Jeff Katz talks to CBR TV about both of those projects as well as his new business venture that seeks to evolve the relationship between comics and Hollywood.
Dan Jurgens returns to “Booster Gold” as artist and writer beginning with issue #15, and is ready to pick up where Geoff Johns & Jeff Katz left off. Jurgens spoke to CBR about the character he created back in 1986.