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During an interview with CBR TV, "Dark Knight Rises" co-writer David Goyer discussed his eventual return to comics, co-scripting a thirteen-issue event series for DC Comics with Geoff Johns.
Augie travels back to his childhood to review the new "MacGyver" comic, whose transition to sequential art is sadly bumpy. Also, we have Cerebus, New York Comic-Con, "The Walking Dead" and more.
Ron Marz returns with a look at the triumphs and pitfalls of convention season from the creator's side of the table and explores the relationship between pros and the fans who support their work.
Jason Aaron spoke with CBR TV about "Where the Hell Am I," his career in comics to date, developing "Ultimate Comics Captain America" with Ron Garney, his favorite artists to work with and much more!
"Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia talks with CBR about the cancellation of the TV series, NBC's decision to pass on a television special that would wrap up loose plot threads, and the impact of the writer's strike.
Steven presents a blast from the past as he examines a past column about the "post-superhero," reviews a big swath of books in his attempt to offer 1000 reviews in 1000 days, comments on the latest news and much more.
Picking up directly from where his short-lived run on “X-Men” Volume 2 left off in 1991, Chris Claremont prepares to explore an improbable history with artist Tom Grummett in “X-Men Forever.”
In “Dark Reign: The Hood,” writer Jeff Parker teams with the title character's co-creator, artist Kyle Hotz, to chronicle what it's like being both the Marvel U's top “made man” and a family man. CBR spoke with Parker about the title.
New York Comic Con has named Geoff Johns & Jim Lee as Guests of Honor at the February convention, where the pair will host a "DC Universe Online" event for attendees.
Augie runs down some interesting panels coming up at this week's New York Comic-Con, looks at some original art with a baseball theme from Todd Nauck, runs though last week's top releases including "The Walking Dead" and more.