Game director Arthur Parsons and the voice of Batman, Troy Baker, spoke with CBR TV about why the scope of "LEGO Batman 3" goes far "Beyond Gotham."
Co-stars Byron Minns, Tommy Davidson & Kym Whitley discuss martial arts training, why they can't record together and what makes Black Dynamite work.
Star Michael Jai White and director Carl Jones talk about the different approach to the Adult Swim show's second season and what's next for the satire.
Producer James Tucker, character designer Phil Bourassa and screenwriter Heath Corson talk about making Aquaman cool in DC's new animated feature.
Katie Cook, writer of IDW's "My Little Pony" ongoing series, discusses her approach to all-ages comics, her webcomic "Gronk" and career trajectory.
Actor Matt Lanter & voice director Andrea Romano discuss bringing a young Aquaman to life in the "Justice League: Throne of Atlantis" animated feature.
Writer Nick Spencer discusses his new ongoing series starring Marvel Studios' next big screen hero, "Morning Glories," "Superior Foes" and more.
Artist Khary Randolph spoke with CBR at NYCC about his time in animation, his second life as a comic book artist and how he's changed his approach.
Alex de Campi opens about Archie Andrews' upcoming run-in with the Predator, Archie Comics' creative renaissance and the origins of "Grindhouse."
Writers and frequent collaborators Jeff Lemire & Matt Kindt discuss their work on the upcoming "The Valiant" miniseries and why they mesh so well.
Team Unicorn is headed to Adult Swim, and Clare Grant and Seth Green discuss the lengthy process of turning the Internet sensation into a TV series.
Writers Charles Soule and Ray Fawkes discuss their exploration of the reshaped Marvel Universe without Logan in the weekly "Wolverines."
Rising star writer Marguerite Bennett talks about her increasingly busy schedule, working with huge names and BOOM!'s "Sleepy Hollow" series.
Acclaimed creators Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie discuss the alchemy behind their Image Comics hit, creating gods and their lengthy collaboration.
Stars Eddie Izzard & Noah Taylor talk about their roles as Wolfe and Johnny Royalle on Playstation Network's upcoming live-action "Powers" series.
James Robinson discusses his "All New Invaders" book, his love for the golden age, the end of "Fantastic Four," and a new perspective in sobriety
What was to have been a 15-year retrospective on "The Goon" became, in Eric Powell's absence, a discussion on modern horror comics and old horror movies.