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CBR explores how Comic Book Men survived cancelation, and why it has become such a cultural phenomenon, by uncovering its darkest secrets!
Phoenix Jones, who has made headlines as a "real-life superhero" operating in Seattle, visits AMC's "Comic Book Men" with tales of his capers.
In an exclusive new clip from the fifth season premiere of AMC's "Comic Book Men," the gang talk what time periods they'd like to visit.
Director Kevin Smith gave an update on his "True North" trilogy and revealed what it's like to give Johnny Depp a call.
Renewing its focus on scripted programming, the cable channel abruptly canceled most of its reality series, including projects in development from Kevin Smith and Chris Hardwick.
AMC is moving forward with Area 51, and staying in the Kevin Smith business, with more Comic Book Men, a spinoff and Hollywood Babble-On.
Comic Book Men and "Cryptozoic Man" creators Walt Flanagan and Bryan Johnson discuss the series' recent debut on the AMC show and more.
Returning to Comic-Con International, Kevin Smith discussed his AMC reality series Comic Book Men, his thoughts on the growth of the convention, and the future of View Askew.
AMC has given second-season orders to its unscripted series Talking Dead and Comic Book Men.
Ming Chen, one of the stars of the new AMC reality show Comic Book Men, talks to Spinoff Online about everything from getting used to the cameras to how podcasting helped them make better television.
What's that, you say? February is when television networks get a little lazy, because everything is in midseason and moving along quietly apart from the Superbowl? Hardly; here are five shows that you might want to tune into as they make their (re)appearances this month.
AMC has released the poster for Comic Book Men, the new reality series set in Kevin Smith's Red Bank, New Jersey, comic book store. The show premieres Sunday, Feb. 12.
Two trailers for Comic Book Men after a glimpse at Kevin Smith's new AMC reality series set in his Red Bank, New Jersey, comic store. Described as "Pawn Stars for fanboys," the show premieres Feb. 12 after The Walking Dead.