SDCC EXCL.: Ennis Writes Creator-Owned "A Train Called Love" for Dynamite
The writer of "Avengers: The Initiative" among other titles for Marvel and Wildstorm, Christos Gage stops by CBR TV to discuss "Absolution," his new series from Avatar about a superhero cop who's mad as hell and can't take it anymore!
The CBR Boat show at Comic-Con in San Diego came to a sudden halt this summer when comic book royalty in the form of Stan Lee boarded the yacht along with five lucky fans to sign autographs in support of The Hero Initiative.
The star of NBC's "Heroes" and the producer of Devil's Due's "Rest," Milo Ventimiglia stopped by CBR TV to talk about the latest developments on both projects, including de-powering Peter and what exactly a "producer" does on a comic book.
Celebrated creator Darwyn Cooke ("DC: The New Frontier," "The Spirit") talks to CBR TV about his upcoming comic book adaptations of the highly regarded "Parker" novels by Donald Westlake and why the project is such a personal one for him.
Screenwriter Justin Marks stops by CBR TV to talk about the process of adapting Tim Seeley's hit Deviil's Due series "Hack/Slash" and updates fans on the status of his and David Goyer's "Green Arrow: Escape From Super Max."
Legendary Spawn creator Todd McFarlane talks exclusively with CBR TV about his long-awaited return to the Image Comics flagship title with this week's "Spawn" #185, and hypes the upcoming 200th issue.
In this exclusive video, IDW Publishing's "Presidential Material" writers Andy Helfer and Jeff Mariotte go in-depth with CBR TV about their comic book biographies of Senators Barack Obama and John McCain.
Award-winning "Box Office Poison" creator Alex Robinson stopped by the CBR Boat Show at Comic-Con International to discuss his latest work, "Too Cool To Be Forgotten," about a man who finds himself reliving his childhood in the 1980s.
Dark Horse editor Scott Allie talks to CBR TV about "Solomon Kane," the new series based on Robert E. Howard's puritanical anti-hero. In this exclusive interview Allie reveals why he was compelled to write the series himself.
The celebrated creator of "The Goon," Eric Powell talks to CBR TV about upcoming developments in the award-winning Dark Horse series, and discusses his work on "Action Comics" and the upcoming animated Goon film.