Ron Marz spoke with CBR TV discuss his upcoming CBR column, which will cover the lessons he’s learned over two decades working in comics, working with Whilce Portacio on Top Cow’s “Artifacts,” the themes involved in [...]
"Superman/Shazam: The Return of Black Adam" screenwriter Michael Jelenic spoke with CBR TV to discuss "Wonder Woman's" one-time R rating, James Garner's turn as Shazam, the lasting popularity of Thundercats and more.
Superstar writer Brian Michael Bendis stopped by CBR TV during New York Comic Con to discuss his upcoming all-ages Icon title “Takio” co-created with his daughter and Michael Avon Oeming, his and Alex Maleev’s reinvention of [...]
Corey Feldman spoke with CBR TV about the recently released film, "Lost Boys: The Thirst," his history with the vampire franchise and initial reluctance to sign on for the sequels. Feldman also discusses the House of Blues' Lost Boys Ball featuring his band Truth Movement and his attempts to use music and film together in new ways.
Bruce Timm spoke with CBR TV about the upcoming “All Star Superman” animated adaptation, the emotional aspects of the comic and the movie both, the difficulty in adapting Frank Quitely’s style to animation, Grant Morrison’s reaction [...]
John Romita Jr. stopped by CBR TV's NYCC tiki room (with a little friend) to discuss the use of his art in the "Kick-Ass" movie, working on "Avengers" and "Kick-Ass 2" at the same time, fan - and critical - reaction to his work and much more.
Jane Wiedlin (The Gogo's) and Bill Morrison board the CBR Yacht to talk about their new Image Comics space dominatrix series "Lady Robotika" and to enjoy a drink or two.
New York Times best selling author Janet Evanovich and her co-writer and daughter Alex stopped by CBR TV to discuss their working arrangement on the Dark Horse published Alex Barnaby original graphic novel “Troublemaker,” how they [...]
Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, collectively known as DnA, spoke to CBR TV about their working relationship, the ways in which the industry has changed since their days writing “Force Works” and “Resurrection Man,” writing science [...]
"Heroes" creator Tim Kring discusses his new novel, "Shift," the impact technology has had on television watching as a whole and "Heroes" specifically, the final fate of the NBC series and more.