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CBR TV: Max Landis Clarifies How “American Alien” is the “Anti-‘All-Star Superman'”

Screenwriter and Eisner Award-nominee Max Landis is no stranger to Superman. In fact, he’s made a clear effort to tell as many Superman stories as he possibly can. In late 2011, Landis created “The Death and [...]

CBR TV @ SDCC 2014: Grant Morrison on “Annihilator,” “Multiversity” & “Wonder Woman”

Acclaimed writer Grant Morrison visited with Jonah Weiland and CBR TV aboard the CBR Yacht at Comic-Con International to talk about his ambitious upcoming projects, why he now writes entire projects in advance and more. Morrison [...]

CBR TV 2014: Chris Burnham Talks “Nameless,” Batman & Grant Morrison

Newly minted Los Angeles resident Chris Burnham made his first visit to the CBR Speakeasy, sitting down with Jonah Weiland to discuss the impetus for his move, the beginnings of his work with Grant Morrison on [...]

EXCLUSIVE CLIP: “All Star Superman”

Actor Anthony LaPaglia, who plays Lex Luthor in Warner Brothers Animation and DC Entertainment's new "All Star Superman" animated feature, provides the introduction for this CBR-exclusive clip from the movie.

“Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods” – Morrison on Flex Mentallo

Respect Films has provided CBR with a video clip from their Morrison documentary “Grant Morrison: Talking with Gods,” featuring the writer explaining the origins of Flex Mentallo and how the character is rooted in Grant Morrison’s [...]

CBR TV @ NYCC 2010: Bruce Timm on “All Star Superman”

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 [...]

DCU Animated – “All Star Superman” trailer

The first official look at the next DC Universe Animated Feature, “All Star Superman,” based on the series by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely and adapted for the screen by Dwayne McDuffie.