"Revolution" Ends, "TMNT/Batman:TAS" Begins in IDW's November 2016 Solicitations
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Tony Daniel spoke with CBR TV about his role on "Batman," the differences between creating a book for DC Comics and a creator owned series, working alongside Grant Morrison, the medical scare that threatened his career and more.
CBR TV spoke with Robert Kirkman about "The Walking Dead," the prose novels based on the "Walking Dead" comics, his new comic with artist Jason Howard, releasing digital comics day and date with print and more.
Nick Spencer spoke with CBR TV about the long road to becoming an overnight success, his current and upcoming projects, from "Supergirl" to "Iron Man 2.0" and beyond, offered insight into "Infinite Vacation" and more.
Comic book legend Keith GIffen spoke with CBR TV about his long and storied career, from his days on "Justice League" to the legacy of "Bwa ha ha!" in comics and beyond, working with Dan DiDio at DC Comics and more.
Writer Mark Verheiden stopped by CBR TV to discuss his career as a comics creator, producing the upcoming TNT series "Falling Skies" with Noah Wylie and Steve Spielberg, the show's comic tie-ins and more
Artist Greg Capullo spoke with CBR TV about his longevity working on "Spawn," reuniting with Todd McFarlane on "Haunt," the difficulty in getting back to full time comic illustration after several years off and more.
"Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia stopped by CBR TV during NYCC to talk about working with Top Cow to finish and collect "Rest,"the current and future status of "Berserker," the ending of "Heroes" and more.
Some of the best costumes seen in a long time can be witnessed in day two of our three days of photos from New York Comic Con, plus a photo we guarantee Rob Liefeld will absolutely adore or we'll pay EVERYONE IN THE WORLD $5!
All weekend long during New York Comic Con, CBR News roamed the halls of the Jacob Javits Center snapping photos of comic creators, cosplayers and other oddities - today, we present Friday's sights and scenes!
Writer Ron Marz spoke with CBR TV discuss working with Whilce Portacio on Top Cow's "Artifacts," the themes involved in Portacio's arc on the title, his role as the architect of the Top Cow Universe and much more.
"Superman/Shazam: The Return of Black Adam" screenwriter Michael Jelenic spoke with CBR TV to discuss "Wonder Woman's" one-time R rating, James Garner's turn as Shazam, the lasting popularity of Thundercats and more.
Corey Feldman spoke with CBR TV about his twenty year journey with "The Lost Boys," his initial reluctance to get involved with a sequel, making music with his band, Truth Movement, and more.
Bruce Timm spoke with CBR TV about the "All Star Superman" animated adaptation, the emotional aspects of the comic and the movie, adapting Frank Quitely's style to animation, Grant Morrison's reaction and more.
What was intended to be a debate between webcomics titan Scott Kurtz and legendary cartoonist Ted Rall about web versus print turned into a thoughtful discussion about the future of print media.
John Romita Jr. brought a friend to CBR TV's tiki room to discuss the use of his art in the "Kick-Ass" movie, working on "Avengers" and "Kick-Ass 2" at the same time, fan and critical reaction to his work and more.
DC Comics' Jim Lee, Ron Perrazza and Hank Kanalz joined comiXology's David Steinberg at New York Comic Con to discuss the publisher's digital future, the way in which the comics industry is changing and more.
CBR News spoke with "The Walking Dead" actors Steven Yeun (Glenn), Laurie Holden (Andrea) and Norman Reedus (Daryl Dixon) about their experiences bringing the AMC zombie series to unlife.
Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá stopped by CBR's NYCC tiki room to discuss who the better writer and artist is between the two, their collaborative process, the concepts behind the acclaimed "Daytripper" series and more.
October 8 was the late Harvey Pekar's birthday and many of his collaborators gathered for a special panel during New York Comic Con to reminisce and recall stories about the late "American Splendor" writer.
CBR News spoke with "The Walking Dead" comic book creator and producer Robert Kirkman and director, writer and producer Frank Darabont about bringing their gory AMC zombie series to life.
CBR met with Sony Online Entertainment for a private demonstration of “DC Universe Online's” newest features, including a comprehensive character creation system, a boss fight with Scarecrow and new images.
Marvel treated fans to a sneak preview of the upcoming Avengers animated series "Earth's Mightiest Heroes" during NYCC, debuting the series first two episodes in their entirety to an appreciative audience.
JMS hosted a lively and raucous one-man panel Sunday at NYCC, where he discussed the "Thor" movie, his comics and film careers, "Babylon 5" and more, as well as offering advice to aspiring creators.
Writer and Boom! Studios Chief Creative Officer Mark Waid looks back on Boom’s two premier superhero comics and teases what’s in store for the titles in the months and years to come.
Despite a huge audience, Darwyn Cooke's New York Comic Con spotlight panel had an intimate feel to it as the artist of "Parker: The Outfit" spoke about his work, career and the relationships behind them.
DC Co-Publishers Dan Didio and Jim Lee opened the floor to fans on the business side of the publisher's policies at NYCC, discussing the challenge of digital, the future of print, the popularity of Vertigo and more.
During Kid's Day at New York Comic Con, Marvel Television head Jeph Loeb showed episodes and talked about the new seasons of "The Super Hero Squad Show" and "Iron Man: Armored Adventures."
CBR News spoke with writer Nick Spencer ("Morning Glories") and illustrator Christian Ward ("Olympus") about "The Infinite Vacation," an all-new miniseries debuting in January from Image Comics.
Bruce Campbell has taken on demons, ancient mummies, the walking dead, Spider-Man and even an evil version of himself, but how did the veteran actor fare when taking on questions from hundreds of fans at NYCC.
The NYCC panel on Will Eisner's use of New York quickly turned into a retrospective of the life and work of the legendary creator of "The Spirit as he was remembered by friends and colleagues.
Oni Press announced more “Hopeless Savages,” a new spy book from Antony Johnston, and what they described as their most ambitious book yet in Sunday's jam-packed panel at New York Comic Con.
CBR News spoke with "The Walking Dead" producer Gale Anne Hurd about bringing the zombie apocalypse to life, what drew her to Robert Kirkman's source material in the first place and AMC's support of guts and gore.
Jason Aaron took New York Comic Con by storm, meeting his "Scalped" co-creator R.M. Guera for the first time, signing for fans, doing interviews and making announcements and through it all, he kept a Con Journal.
Saturday at New York Comic Con featured a spotlight panel for local creator Dean Haspiel, who along with friends talked about his life, comics work, Harvey Pekar, drunken brawls and naked neighbors.
Top Cow hosted a lively NYCC panel which included "Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia, Ron Marz and Phil Hester discussing the best-selling event "Artifacts," what Peter Petrelli really would have done to Sylar and more.
The "Iron Man" anime doesn't premiere on G4 until next summer, but fans were treated to a glimpse, as well as other Marvel anime efforts at the New York Comic Con, and CBR News has all the details.
Celebrating the movie's tenth anniversary, writer/director M. Night Shyamalan took to the NYCC stage to discuss the origins of "Unbreakable," describe the film that might have been and discuss the possible sequel.
Disney Publishing held a panel at New York Comic Con to discuss the difficulties and rewards of adapting beloved franchises such as "Tron" and the "Percy Jackson" series into comics and graphic novels.
Archie Comics announced a host of new initiatives at New York Comic Con, including a Mega Man comic, a Kevin Keller miniseries and revamps and relaunches of classic characters from the publisher's vaults.
This week, Augie maintains his Internet Pundit license, weighing in on the events of the New York Comic-Con. Also, "The Walking Dead" gets an art book filled with covers and it's a great process junkie read.