Marvel's "Jessica Jones" Will Go "All the Way Dark," Promise Rosenberg & Loeb
In this interview from the CBR TV vaults, Good Charlotte guitarist Billy Martin and Brent Allen joined CBR TV during CCI in 2009 to discuss “Vitriol the Hunter,” their comic soon to be published through IDW [...]
Last summer, Jason Aaron spent time with CBR TV at CCI to discuss his then-new Marvel Comics exclusivity, the beginning of his run on “PunisherMax,” creating Max versions of classic Punisher villains, his acclaimed creator-owned series [...]
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.
The stars of “Astro Boy,” Kristen Bell and Freddie Highmore talk to CBR TV about the new animated feature film based on the classic Japanese manga and anime created by Osamu Tezuka.
The Executive Producer of Fox's "Human Target," Jon Steinberg talks to CBR TV about the new television series based on the DC Comics character created by Len Wein, as well as Devil's Due series based on "Jericho."
The Eisner-award winning writer of “Fables,” Bill Willingham talks to CBR TV about the hit Vertigo series and his numerous other projects including new creator-owned work with Gene Ha and a mysterious miniseries for Dynamite.
Greg Rucka talks to CBR TV about his newest projects – “Detective Comics,” “Stumptown” and the film adaptation of “Whiteout,” his Oni Press graphic novel with Steve Leiber.