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Great conversation about the art form!
Waiting for Todd McFarlane to arrive.
Gonna be fun!
I suppose the tag line should be … “You’ll believe a man can f…” OK, keeping it clean and yes, the following trailer is safe for work.
In case you missed it, we’re giving away 10 Beta Keys for the upcoming “DC Universe Online” game and all you have to do is follow @cbr on Twitter and follow some simple rules. All details can be found on the DC Universe Online Beta Keys contest page here on CBR! You have until next Tuesday to enter.
In case you missed it, we’re giving away a two copies of “Punisher: War Zone” on DVD and all you have to do is follow @cbr on Twitter and follow some simple rules. All detail can be found on the Punisher War Zone DVD contest page here on CBR! You have until next Tuesday to enter.
In case you missed it, we’re giving away a HUGE prize package of Stephen King/Marvel comics and all you have to do is follow @cbr on Twitter and follow some simple rules. All detail can be found on the Stephen King comics contest page here on CBR! You have until next Tuesday to enter.
Well, if you liked Batman XXX you’re likely to enjoy this.
I just can’t get away from comics, can I? At the Tate Modern museum in London. A beautiful piece by Roy Lichtenstein.
Taken at LBCC!
Full report on THE WALKING DEAD zombie infestation in Boston tomorrow on CBR. Photo by Steve Sunu.
Painted at the end of an alley/drive in Toluca Lake, California, next door to Barris Kustom Industries, the builders of the original 1960s Batmobile!
Check out that hard working team!
We’re here at the Javitz Center in New York City all weekend covering New York Comic Con and once again we’re high above the show floor conducting interviews Friday, Saturday and Sunday. While these skyboxes are very nice, the gray/black/white color scheme is a bit drab and we decided to dress it up a bit. With a set budget of basically zero, we had to get creative. Last week I hopped on the phone with CBR Senior Editor and designer extraordinaire Stephen Gerding and we hatched a plan — decorate the skybox like a tiki room! Stephen crafted that neato logo and I went online and bought a crap load of inflatable, tacky flamingos, palm trees and other assorted tiki themed crap! Had we more time, I would have bought a bunch of thatching and really went to town — next time!
So, here’s a sneak peak at the CBR Tiki Room, our NYC based studio and news room. By the way, if you’re a Foursquare user, be sure to check in to the CBR Tiki Room on Foursquare as you walk by. Oh, and wave hi! We might wave back!
This is our video set-up. Full HD Canon cameras, all digital, etc.
A look at our news room/chill area.
And finally where all our reporters will file their reports all weekend long.
See you all at New York Comic Con!
What exactly does this inflatable monkey have to do with CBR’s coverage of New York Comic Con next week? Tune in Friday morning to find out!
Seen at the Arclight, Sherman Oaks, CA, USA
So, we had something of a trifecta in the month of August, 2010 here on CBR – three of our staffers welcomed a new addition to their family! It began early in August with Staff Writer Jeffrey Renaud who welcomed the third addition to his family, little Henry Campbell Renaud. Is it OK if I call him Hank?
That was followed a few short weeks later by a new arrival for CBR’s lead developer Frank Beaton and his wife, Beatrice Martha Beaton, their first! Here’s a look – everyone get ready to saw Awwwwwww!
And finally, Senior Editor Stephen Gerding’s wife gave birth to Keira Lan Chin Gerding, just in the nick of time as August was about to turn in to September! This is their second child. Again, get ready to say Awwwwww!
Congratulations to Jeffrey, Frank and Stephen and their respective families. All of us here at CBR are incredibly happy and excited for you.