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Artist Doug Mahnke discusses his and Geoff Johns run on "Green Lantern," the DC Comics characters he might be interested in working on in the future and balancing his comics career with competitive bodybuilding.
Valiant CEO Dinesh Shamdasani discusses the company's 8-year journey back to publishing, the importance of exclusives and reaching out to past Valiant creators like Christopher Priest and Kevin Maguire.
"Teen Titans Go!" producers Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath discuss taking the teen heroes in a comedic direction, reuniting with the original series' voice cast and more. Plus, a 7-year-old's review of the first episode!
Comics legend Stan Sakai spoke with CBR TV about working on "47 Ronin" with Dark Horse Publisher Mike Richardson, returning to the samurai world of "Usagi Yojimbo and pitting Martians against feudal Japanese warriors.
Sam Humphries discusses his "Age of Ultron" spinoff "Avengers A.I.," the challenges in building his first Marvel series from scratch, the Dark Horse-published hardcover edition of his creator-owned "Sacrifice" and more.
Award winning cartoonist Gene Luen Yang discusses how he landed the job of writing Dark Horse's "Avatar: The Last Airbender" OGN series, his view on "Avatar" fan-fiction, his project about the Boxer Rebellion and more.
Mark Waid discusses the upgrades readers have discovered with the release of Thrillbent 2.0, and how the site has begun to tackle the tough subjects of distribution, monetization and more.
Talking with Spinoff Online at WonderCon Anaheim, "Eastbound & Down" star Danny McBride revealed the challenges of playing himself in "This Is The End" and teased the unexpected fourth season of his HBO comedy.
Producers Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath discuss the return of the Teen Titans to Cartoon Network while actors Khary Payton and Greg Cipes offer thoughts on returning to the characters and the Titans' popularity.
While promoting "This Is The End" at WonderCon, "The Office's" Craig Robinson spoke with Spinoff about working on the apocalyptic comedy, and his new NBC comedy pilot "Mr. Robinson."
CBR's WonderCon Photo Parades come to a conclusion for 2013, with one last look at the cosplayers and fans that made the Anaheim convention so much fun.
The stars of the CW's "Arrow" discuss the end of season one, where they want their characters to go and the secrets and relationships surrounding Oliver Queen.
James Robinson spent some time with CBR TV, promising big things for the new Earth 2 Batman, saying the character will have a huge impact on the entire DCU, finding himself post-"Starman" and more.
Star Kristin Kreuk and producer Kelly Souders spoke with reporters at WonderCon Anaheim about the season finale of "Beauty and the Beast," teasing, " I don't think you'll be disappointed.”
CBR's WonderCon 2013 Photo Parade continues with our look at Saturday's amazing roster of cosplayers dressed as their favorite characters from the worlds of comics, movies, video games and more.
Fans laugh along with writer Dan Slott as he discussed his career, what's up next for "Superior Spider-Man" books and an upcoming appearance by Spider-Man 2099.
Artist/writer Frank Cho spoke with CBR TV about reintroducing Amadeus Cho to the Marvel U, the status of and research involved in "Guns & Dinos" and when he plans to return to "Liberty Meadows."
"Revolution" stars stars Tracy Spiridakos and Billy Burke and co-executive producer David Rambo met with reporters at WonderCon to discuss the first season of NBC's post-apocalyptic drama.
Ron Ely, who starred in "Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze," spoke with SPINOFF at WonderCon about the 1975 film, working with producer George Pal and his days playing Tarzan on television.
Dan Slott reminisces about how he became Marvel's Spider-Man writer, discusses the immense popularity Spidey has in Mexico and reiterates once again that Peter Parker is dead - and he's not coming back!
The stars of "Hemlock Grove," including Famke Janssen and "Battlestar Galactica" alumni Aaron Douglas and Kandyse McClure, discuss what drew them to Netflix's new horror series.
Comics legend Jim Steranko discussed his start in comics, his tumultuous relationship with Marvel's Stan Lee and bringing new color to his noir classic "Red Tide."
Appearing at WonderCon Anaheim, director Joseph Kosinski discussed the development of his new sci-fi film "Oblivion," working with star Tom Cruise and preparing for "Tron 3."
WonderCon 2013 proved as popular as ever, with fans and cosplayers packing the aisles and meeting rooms for the latest comics news and CBR's traditional photo parade kicks of here!
"Avatar: The Last Airbender" comics writer Gene Luen Yang describes how he and the show's creators prepared for Dark Horse's latest trilogy, the untold story of who Prince Zuko's mother is, as fans crowded in Anaheim.
Speaking with SPINOFF ONLINE, director Fede Alvarez teased, "This is an 'Evil Dead' movie, and every 'Evil Dead' movie is all about being outrageous and out of control and crazy." The film opens today.
Actors Matt Bomer and Molly C. Quinn, voice director Andrea Romano and writer Bob Goodman, visited WonderCon over the weekend to discuss the new DC Universe animated movie, "Superman: Unbound."
The talent behind Cartoon Network's "The Regular Show" entertained the WonderCon 2013 crowd with videos, production stories, voices and free cake.
Showrunners Michael Jelenic & Aaron Horvath and voice actors Greg Cipes and Khary Payton were joined by WB Animation’s Sam Register to discuss the latest animated incarnation of the teen heroes.
At WonderCon, Jeff Smith spent time with CBR TV to discuss IDW's Artist's Edition of "Bone," the upcoming "RASL" hardcover, his upcoming webcomics debut "Tüki Save the Humans" and more.
Bruce Campbell teased Army of Darkness 2 at WonderCon Anaheim, and responded to Evil Dead director Fede Alvarez's dream of the two films' storylines converging.
At WonderCon, BOOM! Studios’ Ross Richie, Filip Sablik, Shannon Watters and writer Steven Grant talked about BOOM! Studios' identity as a company, who they are and what they do.
Dark Horse and creators Christos Gage, Jane Espenson, Georges Jeanty & Andrew Chambliss visited WonderCon to talk about the upcoming finales of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel & Faith."
At WonderCon 2013, "Arrow" executive producer Marc Guggenheim discussed the success of the CW television show and why TV Green Arrow has found a wider audience than the comics version.
Scott Snyder discusses his and Greg Capullo's "Batman Zero Year," assuring fans they have no plans to simply retell "Year One," asking readers to just give the story's first 4 pages a chance to sell them on the story.
It was Spoiler Sunday for the DC All Access panel at WonderCon, and the creators behind "Superman," "Nightwing," "Astro City" and more were on hand to dish about their favorite DC Comics titles.
Although Nathan Fillion wasn't able to appear at WonderCon as originally planned, the "Much Ado About Nothing" panel was a crowd-pleaser with fan-favorites Joss Whedon, Clark Gregg and Sean Maher in attendance.
"Savage Wolverine" artist Frank Cho discussed his current Marvel work, showing off upcoming pages from his closing issues of the series during his WonderCon 2013 spotlight panel.
At WonderCon in Anaheim, showrunners took fans behind the scenes of "The Walking Dead," "The Vampire Diaries," "The Big Bang Theory," "Falling Skies," "Teen Wolf" and "Person of Interest."
Veteran writer J.M. DeMatteis took a look back at his long career during WonderCon 2013, with notable work including "Moonshadow," "Kraven's Last Hunt" and "Abadazad."