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From the CBR TV vault, film critic Leonard Maltin discusses why "The Avengers" succeeded, why certain flops aren't actually flops and the global box office.
From the CBR TV archives, director Sebastian Cordero, actor Karolina Wydra & composer Bear McCreary discuss their found footage sci-fi film, "Europa Report."
From the CBR TV archives, Milestone co-founder Michael Davis talks the untimely passings of Dwayne McDuffie & Robert Washington and how comics changed his life.
Cartoonist Nate Powell joined CBR TV to discuss how he became involved in "March," Congressman John Lewis' acclaimed Civil Rights graphic novel.
"Lone Wolf and Cub" creator Kazuo Koike visits with CBR TV at SDCC 2013 to discuss the book's enduring legacy, his love of American television and more!
Stuart Beattie,Yvonne Strahovski and creator Kevin Grevioux tell CBR TV about bringing Mary Shelley's monster back to the big screen in "I, Frankenstein."
"Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox" director Jay Oliva and writer Jim Krieg visited the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International to talk about the latest DC Animated feature and more.
At first convention in twenty years, "Omaha the Cat Dancer" co-creator Reed Waller spoke with CBR at SDCC 2013 to talk about the character's lasting impact, not drawing for 10 years and more.
Amy Reeder spoke with CBR TV about how Kickstarter has made projects like her and co-creator Brandon Montclare's "Rocket Girl" a reality, the state of her co-ownership of "Fool's Gold" with TokyoPop and more.
"Morning Glories" writer Nick Spencer joined CBR TV in San Diego to discuss his return to work for hire, what he's learned from Jonathan Hickman, why "Secret Avengers" stands alone and more.
A hi-def version of Marvel Studios' SDCC teaser for "Avengers 2: Age of Ultron" has surfaced online, offering fans a look at what Hall H attendees were buzzing about last summer.
"Southland" actor Anthony Ruivivar stars as Bruce Wayne & Batman on Cartoon Network's "Beware the Batman" and he spoke with CBR TV at Comic-Con International 2013 about landing the coveted role.
CBR TV looks back at 2013's Comic-Con International in San Diego with a special three-and-a-half minute video showing how we experience the biggest pop culture event in the United States.
Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon, creators of the upcoming Adult Swim show "Rick and Morty," stopped by the CBR yacht at Comic-Con International to discuss developing the animated series and more.
Eisner winning artist Dave McKean discusses the origins of his graphically sexual OGN "Celluloid" and what it's been like to return to the world of Neil Gaiman's Sandman for the first time in years.
The legendary George Perez visited the CBR Tiki Lounge at SDCC for a look back at his lengthy career, his passion for storytelling and what he wants from his BOOM! Studios exclusive.
Matt Kindt spent some time with CBR TV during SDCC to discuss the success of "MIND MGMT," how the series made him fall back in love with monthly comics, working on Villains Month, "Infinity," "Unity" and more.
Hollywood funnymen and comic book writers Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn spoke with CBR TV about their take on Marvel's Deadpool, the origins of the "Dead Presidents" arc and their long-term plans for the series.
John Higgins tells CBR TV how his work on “Razorjack” was partially a response to his personal experience as the colorist for “Watchmen," the ways in which the latter project affected his career and more.
Eisner Award-winning duo Art Baltazar and Franco spoke with CBR TV about funding their Aw Yeah Comics publishing imprint via Kickstarter, meeting young fans, the main challenge in working on "Itty-Bitty Hellboy" and more.
John Layman took a ride in the CBR Golf Cart at Comic-Con International to discuss recent and upcoming developments in "Chew," his approach to "Detective Comics" and more.
Writer/artist Jeff Lemire took a trip on the CBR golf cart during SDCC to talk about the machinations of "Trinity War," upcoming "Green Arrow" developments, "Trillium" and more.
"Justice League" steward and DC Entertainment CCO Geoff Johns spoke with CBR about the publisher's upcoming "Forever Evil" event, Lex Luthor's role in the DCU, and the allure of super villains.
Superstar writer Scott Snyder spoke with CBR TV about his and Jim Lee's plans for Lex Luthor in "Superman Unchained," redefining Batman with "Zero Year" and his involvement - or lack thereof - in "Zero Year" tie-ins.
"Uncanny Avengers" scribe Rick Remender stopped by the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International 2013 to tease the future of the Marvel series and discuss his thoughts on creator-owned comics.
The producers and stars of Under the Dome at CCI 2013 discussed the future of the hit CBS sci-fi thriller, what it’s like working with Stephen King -- and what it’s like working with the Dome.
Marvel Head of Television Jeph Loeb came by the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International to discuss the challenges behind the highly-anticipated "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." debuting September 24.
"Green Lantern" writer Robert Venditti stopped by the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International to discuss his plans for the ring-slingers as well as tease his return to creator-owned and look back on his career.
The producer and stars of ABC's "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland" spoke at Comic-Con International about what happened after Alice's adventures down the rabbit hole.
The creators and stars of ABC's "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland" screened the pilot episode at Comic-Con International and revealed how the season-long story will be "all killer, no filler."
"The Mortal Instruments" author Cassandra Clare spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about the upcoming adaptation "City of Bones" and conceiving a series of novels that uniquely explores hero myths from a female perspective.
Marvel CCO Joe Quesada joined CBR for a roving interview aboard the CBR Golf Cart at Comic-Con and discussed everything from his current duties to "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." and his art.
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."
Scott Allie, Eric Powell, Tim Seeley and more talked about the thrills and chills coming from Dark Horse, including the launch of Alex de Campi's "Grindhouse" series and more from the world of Mike Mignola's "B.P.R.D."
"The Venture Bros." creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer brought their usual brand of humor and chaos -- not to mention voice actor Patrick Warburton -- to Comic-Con International.
History's "Vikings" panel brought the drama's creator and stars to Comic-Con International to celebrate the first season and provide an alarming sneak peek at Season 2.
The cast and creators of The Sidekick were on hand at Comic-Con for the premiere screening of the superhero comedy from "Supernatural" actor Rob Benedict and "The King of Queens" co-creator Michael J. Weithorn.
Patton Oswalt, Amy Sedaris, Heather Lawless and executive producers John Lee and Alison Levy premiered a sneak peek from the second season of Adult Swim's "The Heart, She Holler."
Jack Black made his return to Comic-Con International to introduce the new Yahoo! web series "Ghost Ghirls," about a pair of bumbling ghost hunters.
DC unveiled its new documentary "Necessary Evil: Supervillains of DC Comics," hosted by Christopher Lee, on the villains of the DC Universe ranging from Lex Luthor to The Joker to the Rogues to Darkseid and many more.