X-Men-Based "Legion" Ordered to Series on FX
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The star of “Heroes” and “Star Trek,” Zachary Quinto talks to CBR TV about his role as producer of the Archaia titles “Mr. Murder is Dead” and “Lucid," as well as how his Comic-Con experience has changed since "Star Trek."
The Eisner-award winning writer of “Fables,” Bill Willingham talks to CBR TV about the hit Vertigo series and his numerous other projects including new creator-owned work with Gene Ha and a mysterious miniseries for Dynamite.
The Executive Editor of the DC Universe and contributor to “Wednesday Comics,” Dan DiDio talks to CBR TV about the biggest projects at DC Comics, including "Detective Comics," "Blackest Night" and much more.
The writer of such superhero classics as “Starman” and “The Golden Age,” James Robinson talks to CBR TV about his new work in the DC Universe with “Superman” and “Justice League of America.”
Greg Rucka talks to CBR TV about his newest projects – “Detective Comics,” “Stumptown” and the film adaptation of “Whiteout,” his Oni Press graphic novel with Steve Leiber.
Prolific BOOM! Studios writer Michael Alan Nelson sits down with his boss, Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid, for an exclusive CBR TV interview about his career, "Hexed," and the new "28 Days Later" ongoing series.
"Lenore" creator Roman Dirge talks to CBR TV about returning to the indie cult classic with remastered editions from Titan Books. Dirge created Lenore in high school, and tells us what it's like to look back on his earliest work.
One of the most popular and respected artists in the comic book industry, John Romita, Jr. talks to CBR TV about “Kick-Ass,” the new film based on the book by Romita & Mark Millar. Romita also announces a new project with Howard Chaykin!
The stars of the award-winning web sitcom "The Guild," Felicia Day and Jeff Lewis talked to CBR TV at Comic-Con about the innovative ways they funded the show's first year, and about their passion for gamer culture.
The creator of Radical Comics’ new miniseries “Incarnate,” Nick Simmons talks to CBR TV along with his father Gene Simmons of the legendary rock band KISS.