"Lost" co-creator and "Ultimate Comics: Wolverine Vs. Hulk" writer Damon Lindelof participated in a special CBR TV Q&A session hosted by Los Angeles' legendary Golden Apple Comics. The writer spoke one-on-one with CBR's Jonah Weiland about his first comic writing gig, "Lost," "Star Trek," and more before answering questions from the audience.
CBR TV talks with actress Kristen Bell about lending her voice to the feature film adaptation of one of "Astro Boy."
Coheed & Cambria's Claudio Sanchez stops by CBR TV to talk about his new BOOM! Studios published comic, "Kill Audio," discussing how it relates to his music career, his love of comics in general, and more.
Brian Michael Bendis stops by the CBR studio in Los Angeles to talk about the upcoming Marvel event, "Siege." Find out more about what's in store for the Marvel U in this exclusive video interview.
Comic book legend, Jim Shooter, stopped by the CBR yacht during Comic-Con International to talk about Dark Horse's upcoming line of comics based on Gold Key properties such as Magnus Robot Fighter, Turok and others, what his role in project will be, how excited he is to revisit the characters and more.
Juliet Landau, of "Buffy" and "Angel" fame, stops by the CBR Studio to talk about the Drusilla-centric issues of "Angel," which she co-wrote with regular series writer Brian Lynch, as well as her animated voiceover work, "Monster Mutt" and much more.
In this exclusive video set-visit, CBR News talks with actors Zachary Quinto, Robert Knepper, Ray Park and Dawn Olivieri about the fourth season of “Heroes” and give you a tour of the carnival set!
The stars of “Astro Boy,” Kristen Bell and Freddie Highmore talk to CBR TV about the new animated feature film based on the classic Japanese manga and anime created by Osamu Tezuka.
The Executive Producer of Fox's "Human Target," Jon Steinberg talks to CBR TV about the new television series based on the DC Comics character created by Len Wein, as well as Devil's Due series based on "Jericho."
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."