PREVIEWS: "Daredevil," "Totally Awesome Hulk" & More Marvel Comics on Sale December 2, 2015
“Y: The Last Man” and “Doctor Who” artist Pia Guerra stopped by the CBR Yacht during Comic-Con International to discuss both series, what’s next for the acclaimed artist and how she found a moment for some quality time at the San Diego Zoo.
The latest video to come from the CBR yacht features Grant Morrison, who stopped by to talk on a myriad of subjects including Superman, “Final Crisis” and music’s growing influence and participation in the world of comics.
Wu-Tang Clan member, actor, comic book fan and writer Method Man stops by the CBR Yacht in San Diego to discuss his love of comics and his new graphic novel, “Method Man,” out now from Grand Central Publishing.
In anticipation of the debut of “Comic Book Tattoo” at Comic-Con International in San Diego, CBR TV caught up with Tori Amos at Amoeba Music in Hollywood for an exclusive one-on-one video interview.
Geoff Johns and Sterling Gates boarded the CBR Boat Show earlier this weekend to talk about Superman and the “Superman Pow Wow,” the Super-marriage, plans for Flash and much more.
Geoff Johns speaks with CBR's Jonah Weiland about his upcoming episode of "Smallville" where he'll be introducing the Legion of Super-Heroes into the TV series' continuity.
Robert Kirkman is back for the second half of his CBR Boat Show interview to talk about the origins and production logistics of "Image United," how he became an Image partner and more.
Boom! Comics Editor-In-Chief Mark Waid stopped by the CBR Yacht to talk about all of Boom!’s major announcements during the show, including "The Incredibles" and the Waid imprint, plus how life is one year into his gig as EiC!
The CBR Boat Show voyages continue as Joe Quesada joins us on the CBR Yacht to discuss a number of big Thursday announcements, the status of his contract and, well, let’s just say sea sickness was a possibility.
The CBR Boat Show cruises with Steve Niles who talks comics, updates the status of the feature film “Walk the Dead” and announces that his next feature film script will be for horror director legend John Carpenter.