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Creator Jeff Kinney spoke with CBR about Greg Heffley's newest adventures, sharing exclusive art from the upcoming "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Hard Luck."
Cartoonists Kate Beaton, Christopher Hastings and Ryan North discuss their work in and outside of comics - including Beaton’s new project with Scholastic.
Cartoonist Kazu Kibuishi spoke with CBR about designing the new "Harry Potter" book covers for Scholastic's 15th anniversary re-issue and how he approaches about the process of illustration vs comics work.
Cartoonist Raina Telgemeier talks about her new book "Drama," one of the most anticipated graphic novels of the fall, and her memories of theater, working on tech crew and more.
Acclaimed cartoonist Doug TenNapel talks to CBR about his Scholastic OGN "Cardboard," his webcomic "Nnewts," growing his audience with color, movie deals and his Kickstarter sketchbook.
Cartoonist Susie Cagle arrested while covering Occupy Oakland protests! Steve Rude's wife offers details of his arrest! Assistant Editor Rex Ogle leaves DC for Scholastic! Plus much more!
Steve Hamaker spoke with CBR about coloring "Bone" after its original success in black and white, and the final volume of Jeff Smith’s epic, “Bone: Tall Tales,” which is available now from Scholastic.
Tom Sniegoski spoke with CBR about the joy, the honor and the terror of writing for Jeff Smith's "Bone" in the new "Tall Tales" comics, as well as the "Bone: Quest for the Spark" novels coming out next year
Doug TenNapel, the creator of Earthworm Jim, "Creature Tech" and more, spoke with CBR News about his new graphic novel, "Ghostopolis," which explores an afterlife unlike any readers have seen before.
CBR News spoke with Jeff Smith about his current opus, "Rasl," which just saw it's latest collection - "The Fire of St. George" - released, his last "Bone" graphic novel, future "Bone" projects and more.
The cartoonist behind the "Baby-sitters Club" graphic novels and the X-Men manga talks about her new full-color look at her adolescent dental drama "Smile," in stores now from Scholastic's Graphix imprint.