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DC Entertainment's CCO Geoff Johns spoke with CBR TV about his new position, the increased status of Green Lantern in the DC/Warner Bros. firmament, his time on the GL set, Mark Strong's Sinestro make-up test, his potential Vertigo series and more.
LeVar Burton and Mark Wolfe spoke with CBR TV during the recently wrapped CCI about their recent MySpace Dark Horse Comics Presents comic "Con-CERNed," which characters Burton identified with growing up, future plans in comics and more.
"Paul" co-stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost spoke with CBR TV about comic book fans' love of "Spaced," re-creating Comic-Con International in Arizona for the upcoming sci-fi comedy and more.
Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards spoke with CBR TV about pig-oiling with Neil Gaiman, Michael Bay's filmmaking abilities and their working relationship on their Image series, "Turf."
Grant Morrison spoke with CBR TV during Comic-Con International in San Diego about DC Comics' just announced "Batman, Inc." comic, the basic concept and his two year plan for the series, Damian Wayne's role as Robin, Grant's movie "Sinatoro" and much more.
Comics superstar Brian Michael Bendis spoke with CBR TV about his return to Comic-Con International, the early days hawking "Jinx" at the show, the status of "Powers" on FX, how he envisions the show and much more.
Writer Marc Guggenheim spoke with CBR TV's Jonah Weiland about his new Image Comics imprint, Collider Entertainment, his involvement with Warner Bros. Green Lantern movie, and his new creator owned title, "Stringers."
DC Entertainment's Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns spoke with CBR TV for his Annual "Smallville" Moment, discussing the introduction of Blue Beetle and Booster Gold on the long-running hit series, DC's desire for a Blue Beetle series and more.
The creators of this year's Eisner Award winning "Chew," Jonathan Layman and Rob Guillory, stopped by the CBR TV yacht to discuss the title, walking the line between disgusting and entertaining, the potential Hollywood adaptation and much more.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee spoke with CBR TV about his controversial Wonder Woman costume revamp, the level of public reaction to the new look, DC's digital initiative, what it means for printed comics, DCU Online and more.