NYCC PHOTO PARADE: Comics, Creators & Cosplay Collide on Thursday
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CBR kicks off our Boat Show series for CCI 2009 with an interview with Rob Liefeld and Erik Larsen as they talk about the highly anticipated series, "Image United."
CBR TV Exclusive! Our cameras take you to the grand opening of Earth 2 Comics Northridge, co-owned by comics super star Geoff Johns. See what Geoff has to say about owning a shop, while Waid, Wells, Loeb and others offer up sound advice to the new retailer.
The creator of “Armageddon Now” and numerous superhero characters over the years, Rob Liefeld talks to CBR TV about his most well known project, Image Comics’ “Youngblood," featuring President Barack Obama.
In the latest episode of Waid TV, Mark Waid sits down to talk with the creators/co-writers of "Dead Run," a new 4 issue limited series from BOOM! Studios by BOOM! co-founder Andy Cosby and "Hexed" writer Michael Alan Nelson.
The creator of “Youngblood” and numerous superhero characters over the years, Rob Liefeld talks to CBR TV about his latest project, Image Comics’ “Armageddon Now: World War 3” series of graphic novels.
The Academy Award-nominated screenwriter of “Before Sunrise” and “Before Sunset,” Kim Krizan talks to WAID TV about her first ever comic book work, “Zombie Tales 2061,” illustrated by Jon Reed.
The Editor-in-Chief of BOOM! Studios and superstar comics writer Mark Waid hosts a brand new installment of WAID TV with guest Mark Sable, writer of the new BOOM! miniseries “Unthinkable."
In this final installment of CBR TV's exclusive interview with William Shatner, the legendary "Star Trek" actor answers the question of who would win in a fight: William Shatner or Chris Pine?
In this fourth installment of an exclusive multi-part interview, William Shatner, the legendary star of the original “Star Trek,” talks to CBR TV about his passion for horse-riding.
In this third installment of an exclusive multi-part interview, William Shatner, the legendary star of the original “Star Trek,” talks to CBR TV about his increasingly pessimistic outlook on the future.