Jason Aaron discusses fan and pro reaction to his CBR column "Where The Hell Am I," the amplified expectations for his first major event in "X-Men: Schism" and the potential longterm effects the story will have on the X-Universe as a whole and the relationship between Wolverine and Cyclops specifically.
Co-creator and writer Robert Kirkman introduced the world -- and the crowds at Hollywood's Golden Apple Comics -- to Super Dinosaur! In addition to wowing fans on the street, Kirkman and "Super Dinosaur" artist Jason Howard were on hand throughout the day to sign autographs and talk to fans.
Reggae superstar turned comic creator Ziggy Marley dropped by the CBR TV studios to discuss his new Image Comics one-shot “Marijuanaman,” written by Joe Casey with Jim Mahfood on art. Ziggy went into detail on how [...]
"The Walking Dead's" Robert Kirkman elaborates on Stephen King and Joe Hill's potential involvement in the TV show, touches on Michael Rooker's character, the disparity in reactions between comic fans and TV series fans to the CDC storyline and much, much more.
"Super" writer/director James Gunn visited CBR TV to discuss the origins of his new Rainn Wilson-starring movie, the movie's role in the sub-genre of subversively dark super hero films, his love of Grant Morrison's Damian Wayne and much more.
"Thor" stars Tom Hiddleston, Kat Dennings and Jaimie Alexander spoke with CBR TV about their work on the film and shared some anecdotes from the set.
The star and director of Marvel Studios' "Thor" talk about some of the challenges of making the film, as well as assembling the Avengers at Comic-Con.
CBR TV goes behind the scenes with the cast of Fox's "Breaking In" on the set of the episode featuring the Contra Security team protecting the sole copy of "Goonies 2" from rabid fans at a meticulously created Comic Con.
“Breaking In” co-creators Adam Goldberg and Doug Robinson stop by CBR TV to discuss the rise of geek culture, the themes explored in the series, from “21 Jump Street” to Comic-Con and beyond, the secret origin [...]
Jason Rubin, dropped in on CBR TV to discuss writing comics, his Top Cow-published serial-killer starring miniseries "Mysterious Ways" with Tyler Kirkham and Francis Manapul, his first comic "Iron and the Maiden" (now called "Iron Saint") and much more.