Writer and comic shop owner Mark Waid muses on superheroes & subscribers and his increasing appreciation for every angle of the comics business.
Artist Jamal Igle describes his transformation to Jor-El, his true nature as a song and dance man, and the importance of happiness.
Letter Clayton Cowles reveals his favorite letter, sings the praises of Urasawa's "20th Century Boys" and cult favorite "The Adventures of Pete & Pete.
Artist Jordie Bellaire talks about her "Comics are for Everybody" initiative and the cruel September when she slept just 23 hours and colored 17 comics.
"Doctor Mirage" & "Hopeless Savages" writer Jen Van Meter chats with CBR about writing love, loss, family, and why she hopes Sue will never cheat on Reed.
Veteran comic book writer Ron Marz talks uncomfortable reading experiences, horses, his beloved Mets and what he'd do if he weren't writing comics.
"Action Comics" artist Aaron Kuder relates his adventures as a bartender and bouncer, and his love for the great outdoors of Arkansas.
Writer & "Action Philsopher" Fred Van Lente waxes philosophical on non-fiction comics and the biggest questions about life, the universe and everything.
Corinna Bechko & Gabriel Hardman talk about their mutual love of animals, genre storytelling, and why all stories shouldn't be creature comforts.
The Green Turtle lives! Gene Luen Yang talks to CBR about recognizing an obscure golden age character as the first Chinese-American superhero.
"Wolverine and the X-Men" artist Mahmud Asrar schools CBR on his ongoing artistic education, from acknowledged masters to the simple pleasures of gaming.
Scott Snyder channels his own demons into "Batman" and his creator-owned work, and explains how he thinks HBO's "True Detective" should have ended.
In honor of Hellboy Day, SUNDAY CONVERSATION drops a day early, talking with with creator Mike Mignola about Hell, flapjacks and 20 years of "Hellboy."
Daredevil artist Chris Samnee talks Foggy Nelson's cancer year, wanting nothing but to draw, and growing up in the woods with birds of prey & llamas named after Spanish royalty.
Cullen Bunn discusses the ambiguous evil in "Magneto" & "Sinestro" as well as his favorite villains from Darth Vader and Godzilla to "Breaking Bad's" Walter White.
The prolific Charles Soule discusses his side-job as a lawyer, appointment TV for a busy comic writer -- but won't name a favorite fictional lawyer.
Declan Shalvey returns to discuss the importance of diversity in art, and why more opportunities for female creators isn't just fair, it's better for comics.
Ales Kot, writer of Image Comics' speculative spy saga "Zero," talks about out-of-body experiences, David Fincher's influence and taking creative risks.
David Marquez studied the greats to develop the eye-popping visuals for "The Joyners in 3D," and he spoke to CBR about its 3-year journey & the art of storytelling.