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Chicago Bears linebacker and lifelong comic book fan Lance Briggs joined CBR News during C2E2 to discuss his love of the medium, his upcoming venture with Top Cow and more.
Jeph Loeb spoke with CBR TV at the recent C2E2 convention about keeping the identity of Red Hulk a secret, working on the mystery with Ed McGuinness, his Ultimate Universe work and much more.
DC Comics Co-Publisher and WildStorm founder Jim Lee talks to CBR TV about the newly structured DC Entertainment and the new frontier of digital comics! In this exclusive on-camera interview conducted at C2E2 in Chicago, Lee [...]
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.
Jonathan Ross stopped by the CBR TV studio to discuss his and Tommy Lee Edwards' new Image series, "Turf," the origins of the title, his lifelong obsession with comics and much more.
Golden Globe nominated actor Thomas Jane stopped by the CBR TV studios to talk about "Hung," Jane's friend the late Dave Stevens, IDW's new deluxe collection of Stevens' "The Rocketeer," the return of his "Bad Planet," this time with Bruce Jones as co-writer and more.
CBR TV spoke with Ted Adams, the CEO of IDW Publishing, about the company's 10th Anniversary, the lows and highs of the last decade, the different aspects of IDW's business, "30 Days of Night," licensed comics and much more.
CBR TV spoke with Rick Remender about his early indie comic days, his work on "Punisher" and "Doctor Voodoo," "The Last Days of American Crime" from Radical Comics, "Fear Agent" and more.
Brea and Zane Grant talk to CBR TV about their comic, "We Will Bury You," from IDW Publishing. The brother and sister writing team discuss the genesis of their historical fiction zombie comic, the potential for a sequel and adapting it to other mediums.
Comic book superstar Matt Wagner spoke with CBR TV about the possibility of creating a comic book cookbook, the origins of his Vertigo series "Madame Xanadu," "Zorro" at Dynamite, the (eventual) return of "Mage," "Grendel" and more.