Say Anything lead singer Max Bemis is a lifelong comic fan. Before getting in to music, Bemis spent his childhood collecting comics and watching classic animated series like “Batman: The Animated Series.” Recently, Bemis rekindled his [...]
Writer and colorist Chris Northrop visited the new CBR Speakeasy in North Hollywood, CA to sit down with Jonah Weiland to discuss his first graphic novel, “The Reason for Dragons.” The first-time writer discusses his origins [...]
NOTE: CBR is aware of the following video’s focus problem and would like like to apologize to our viewers and Mr. Perez for the issue. Legendary creator George Perez made his way to the world famous [...]
Fans of Max Bemis’ band Say Anything know that the singer is often personally confessional in his lyrics and themes. With “Polarity,” his new series from BOOM! Studios, the singer is taking that idea to a [...]
DC Comics exclusive writer Paul Cornell stopped by the CBR Yacht during Comic-Con International in San Diego to discuss making the jump from Marvel to DC, the growing popularity of “Doctor Who,” his current run on [...]
Mark Waid spoke with CBR TV about his new position as CCO of BOOM! Studios, stronger interaction between "Irredeemable" and Incorruptible," his infamous Baltimore Comic Con speech on digital comics and more.
Mark Waid spoke with CBR TV during C2E2 about the new "Irredeemable" cologne, the BOOM! Studios title's one year anniversary, what's coming up next and much more.
In the second part of CBR TV's interview with Samuel L. Jackson, the actor reveals the depth of his comic book fandom, measuring up to Hollywood's previous depiction of Nick Fury and much more.
International movie star Samuel L. Jackson stopped by the CBR TV studios to discuss his upcoming comic book project "Cold Space," from BOOM! Studios. He spoke about the project's origins, the genesis of the main character, Mulberry, what fans can expect from the story and more.
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.