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"March" creative team Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell spoke about bringing history to a new generation through comics.
Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti tell CBR TV how the success of "Harley Quinn" led to "Starfire" and the philosophy behind their quirky titles.
In his latest collection of short comics, the acclaimed cartoonist finds new methods of storytelling and a drive to draw for years to come.
"Artesia" creator will focus on his writing career! Florida convention accused of stiffing guests! John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell talk "March"! Plus more!
Congressman Lewis and Jon Stewart discussed the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday," and Lewis' memoir of the civil rights movement "March."
"Saga," two volumes of "March," and "The Sculptor" round out top five! Interviews with Jeff Lemire, Shawn Martinbrough and Ed Piskor! Plus much more!
Steve Ditko and Jack Kirby attended fledgling con! Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa on the new Sabrina series! Paul Pope talks "Aurora West"! John Lewis to lead march, rally!
Top Shelf brought Andrew Aydin, Nate Powell and Kevin O'Neill to San Diego to discuss their work on "March: Book 2," "the "Nemo" series and more.
Disney cuts as many as 17 positions in animated direct-to-video division! Editorial cartoonist Dan Lynch dies. Nate Powell and Andrew Aydin talk "March Book Two"!
Tracing the (sales) life of "Archie"! Bryan Lee O'Malley talks "Seconds"! Nate Powell on the "March: Book Two" cover! Emily Carroll discusses her creepy comics! More!
Nate Powell's cover for the "significantly longer" second volume of "March" depicts Congressman John Lewis' speech at the 1963 March on Washington.
"March" and "Relish" among American Library Association youth media award winners! Interviews with Kelly Sue DeConnick, Jamar Nicholas and Rich Tommaso!
Cartoonist Nate Powell joined CBR TV to discuss how he became involved in "March," Congressman John Lewis' acclaimed Civil Rights graphic novel.
With another newsworthy year complete, CBR looks back at the stories and trends that had the biggest impact on the comics industry in 2013.
ROBOT 6's contributors select their favorite comics of the year, including "Dial H," "The Property," "Hawkeye," "Marble Season," "Six Gun Gorilla," "March" and "Saga."
Bistrips looks to find even more uses for its comics! Interviews with Nate Powell, Mike Mayhew and Kate Leth! Brandon Graham's "Empowered" process! Plus more!
Top Shelf is publishing the comic that inspired Congressman John Lewis' civil rights memoir "March" as part of a digital bundle.
During Banned Books Week, a look at what Wertham had to say! Cartoonist Lynda Barry joins academia! Interviews with John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell, Kelly Sue DeConnick and more!
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner reviews U.S. Representative John Lewis' graphic novel biography taking place during the civil rights movement, noting "it's an engaging, well-crafted read" with strong artwork by Nate Powell.
A leader of 2006 protests against Muhammad cartoons apologizes for his role! "Ramen Fighter Miki" creator Jun Sadogawa dies from apparent suicide. Rep. John Lewis talks comics and "March"! Plus much more!
Jim Johnson gives "March: Book One" by Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell 4.5 stars, calling the OGN about the Civil Rights Movement "an excellent and fascinating historical account."
Congressman John Lewis and his collaborators, co-writer Andrew Aydin and artist Nate Powell, held a panel to unveil his firsthand account of the civil rights movement as told in their graphic novel "March: Book One."
Congressman John Lewis and his aide Andrew Aydin discuss their just-released graphic novel "March," how it differs from the typical memoir and the Congressman's reaction to visiting Comic-Con for the first time.
CBR News spoke with Congressman and Civil Rights leader John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell about their new book, "March," the first of a trilogy from Top Shelf Productions telling Lewis' life story.
President Bill Clinton provides a cover blurb for Rep. John Lewis' debut graphic novel "March," the first of three books chronicling Lewis' real-life involvement in the American Civil RIghts movement.
Independent publisher Top Shelf welcomed award-winning talent and their fans to Comic-Con International to announce new books, an animated project, and their latest digital releases.