Marvel Television's Jeph Loeb teases future projects with Frank Cho and Ed McGuinness, his approach to working on "Ultimate X" with Arthur Adams, building the writing team for the animated "Ultimate Spider-Man" series and their goals for the project and much, much more.
Bat-Mite hosts a series of Batman’s most bizarre adventures including the Mad Magazine-inspired Batboy and Rubin, a Japanese-influenced Bat-Manga and a guest starring role from the Scooby Gang and Weird Al Yankovic Friday, April 1 at [...]
Chris Hemsworth discusses the thematic core of the "Thor" movie, the physical preparations and regiments he underwent for the role and hints at how the film ties into the forthcoming "Avengers" movie while Patton Oswalt takes to the stage to ask, what would happen if Jesus decided to join the X-Men?
Writer Scott Snyder spoke with Kiel Phegley at C2E2 about the upcoming WWII arc in his creator-owned "American Vampire" and its spinoff miniseries, the themes and future of "Detective Comics" and much more.
Kiel Phegley caught up with writers Jim Zubkavich and Cullen Bunnin the CBR Bar at C2E2, speaking with the creators about their series, both current and upcoming.
The writer of Top Cow’s acclaimed horror title “Echoes,” Josh Fialkov stopped by the CBR TV studios to discuss his career, the role of Los Angeles in his creator-owned graphic novel “Tumor,” his upcoming projects at [...]
Marvel Comics Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada covers a wide range of Marvel product from the methods behind reviving old school comic heroes and putting together "The Super Hero Squad Show" to digging into the sales expectations for "Amazing Spider-Man" and talking about how Disney life impacts the future of Marvel movies and DVDs!
Danny McBride spoke with CBR's Kiel Phegley about "Eastbound and Down," the inspiration behind his upcoming movie "Your Highness," working on the tie-in comic book prequel with artist Sean Phillips, his love for Garth Ennis' "Punisher" run and more.
Kevin Shinick, the creator of Cartoon Network's new "MAD" television series, stopped by CBR TV to discuss how to write a semi-subversive show for an all-ages audience, his time directing "Spider-Man Live! A Stunt Spectacular" and much more.
On the occasion of the release of “Spawn” #200 earlier this year, McFarlane stopped by Golden Apple Comics in Hollywood to celebrate with fans. During the celebration McFarlane brought Stan Lee with him to CBR’s Hollywood studio for a special, once-in-a-lifetime interview.