CBR spoke with the "Box Office Poison" cartoonist about his new Top Shelf OGN that shows how adulthood and and children can alter adult friendships.
Rocky Russo and Jeremy Sosenko, who collaborated on the upcoming comedy Movie 43, have signed on to adapt Alex Robinson's award-winning 2008 graphic novel Too Cool to Be Forgotten.
After the infusion of investment capital to indie comics mainstay Top Shelf Productions, the publisher goes deep into what future film and new media possibilities may be at hand and previews their 2010 comics slate.
Alex Robinson, Lilli Carre, and Joel Priddy adapt Christmas tales into graphic novels, for HarperCollins' It Books imprint. We spoke with Robinson and editor Michael Signorelli about the books.
Award-winning "Box Office Poison" creator Alex Robinson stopped by the CBR Boat Show at Comic-Con International to discuss his latest work, "Too Cool To Be Forgotten," about a man who finds himself reliving his childhood in the 1980s.
"Box Office Poison" creator Alex Robinson returns with "Too Cool to be Forgotten," a time warp to the 1980s courtesy of Top Shelf. CBR News spoke with Robinson about the graphic novel and got a 10 page preview.