Five For Friday #462 -- Name Five Real-World Objects -- Four Of Which Must Be Unique -- From The History Of Comics That Could Be Mystic Totems, The Equivalent Of Wonder Woman's Lasso Or Captain America's Shield But For the Industry, Not One Of The Shared-Fantasy Worlds 1. Show More Summary
As Sony preps for a feature film, long-time BLOODSHOT writer Jeff Lemire pairs with artist Doug Braithwaite hit New York City.
From Marvel zombies to real zombies, Bill Jemas is back in comic books in a big way - and giving away 10,000 graphic novels at NYCC for free.
For storing cold beverages, hot beverages any technical blueprints of the Empire's new battle station you might have lying around. The post R2-D2 Fridges and Coffee Presses Are The Droids You Are Looking For appeared first on CBR.co...
Classic John Romita Sr. artwork is getting reimagined for the first issue cover of The Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows. The post Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #1 Gets Romita Sr. Variant Cover appeared first on CBR.com.
Nightwing is chock-full of monster venom.
Many stars and creators of STAR TREK have lent their names to a campaign to elect Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.
Advertise here with BSA Hey all! First off: I’ve know there’s trouble seeing and posting comments on the mobile version of the site. I’m not really sure what’s going on, and Adam my web design guru is at a conference this week, but hopefully it will be resolved soon! Huge apologies. Show More Summary
This week, was Magneto going to die in "God Loves, Man Kills?" Who inspired Matt Fraction to introduce Hawkeye's deaf history? The post Comic Book Legends: God Loves, Man Kills… Magneto?! appeared first on CBR.com.
Our world isn't free. All of us, for generations, have lived under the secret control of The Ancient Order of Romulus... The post Romulus #1 appeared first on CBR.com.
The weekend is here! Take a look back at what’s happened in the past seven days. New comics, new stories, new podcasts, new art being made — it’s all part of the ComicsAlliance Weekender! Continue reading…
Echo Kellum says Arrow is going to stay focused on Arrow"business, even in the shadow of the crossover that is set to grip The CW's four superhero series. The post Arrow’s Echo Kellum Says DCTV Crossover Won’t Spoil His Series’ 100th appeared first on CBR.com.
Executive producers Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg and star Dominic Cooper discuss bringing "Preacher" to live-action. The post EXCLUSIVE CLIP: Seth Rogen Talks ‘Unfilmable’ Preacher Pilot appeared first on CBR.com.
Sci-Fi Week is ending on ComicsAlliance, but I couldn't resist doing one more special Cast Party. This time I'm focusing on one of DC's all-time greatest sci-fi comics, Jack Kirby's OMAC. Continue reading…
Surrender to the Dark Side and get ready to purchase this new Rogue One Darth Vader figure. The post This Rogue One Darth Vader Figure Is Impressive … Most Impressive appeared first on CBR.com.
Karen, Ben, Sanami, and Sander prepare to follow Isaac into the Black City. The post The Woods #26 appeared first on CBR.com.
It's raining in Dark Knight III #6, we can say that for sure, based on this preview courtesy of DC. Batman is there, wearing his famous "I beat up Superman one time" armor. But Superman is there too, and they're on the same side. Continue reading…
In a world where sunlight kills, solar engineer David "Bax" Baxter and police detective James Everly hunt for a mysterious butcher who doesn't burn, but their investigation into the post-apocalyptic wasteland raises more questions than answers... The post Eclipse #2 appeared first on CBR.com.
Final issue! Brilliant mathematics student Heller Wilson finds his true calling when he starts connecting with his fellow New Yorkers in a daring attempt to save New York City from a series of catastrophic events. The post Strange Attractors #5 appeared first on CBR.com.
We seem to have missed a step somewhere. Just a few years ago, having a queer character in a superhero comic was a huge deal. There would be boycotts and mainstream news stories. And now we’re told that it’s totally not a big deal for Wonder Woman, the most important female superhero in history, and a third of DC Comics’ trinity, to be queer. Show More Summary