The retailer Brian Hibbs has a short essay up here on DC putting a violent-looking cover on a comic book whose interiors suggest it could be an all-ages or simply a broadly-appealing sales item. I've had some exposure to this from little kids of my friends. Show More Summary
"Wonder Woman" may kick off a trilogy; Disney identities mystery woman in "Avengers" trailer & more.
It's the Line's annual Halloween celebration, featuring Batman in the Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, the Phantom in Phantom of the Opera and much more!
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Charles Soule shares his thoughts on what it was like to give Marvel Comics icon Wolverine his final (for now) rest, and what comes next.
SCOTT SNYDER is no stranger to fear. The renowned writer of some of the industry’s most talked-about comic books used the Joker to send chills up the spine of Batman and his multitude of sidekicks in the DC Comics Bat-tale “Death ofShow More Summary
Cartoonist's estate seeks return of 150-200 pages of his art! Interviews with Howard Chaykin, Sandy Jarrell, Ed Piskor and Danny Fingeroth! Plus more!
Writer Adam McGovern slinks out of his crypt to catch CBR News up on the things going bump in "Nightworld."
Captain America, Spider-Man, Wolverine and the rest conquer the globe in Skottie Young's teaser image.
Jeff Lemire discusses the Legion's time-crossed mission, J'onn J'onzz's father-like role, Animal Man and Green Arrow's growing bromance and more
Support this week's full-text RSS feed by buying Julia Wertz's Museum of Mistakes: The Fart Party Collection Julia Wertz's Fart Party has been a beloved webcomic for a decade. Check out the complete collection, including never-before-published...Show More Summary
Boo! It’s Halloween today, when we laugh at death and taunt ghosts, witches and demons. Traditionally, we dress up in costume as something that scares us, exorcising our fears through make-up and disguise. If this was still a barometer of what we are afraid of, most women (and girls) are terrified of sex. And of […]
Originally published November 9, 2001, in Comics Buyer’s Guide #1460 So after I had completed my fifteen minutes of fame at MIT and Harlan had done his forty-five—which seemed proportionate, somehow—Neil came out and did this own chat with the group, far closer to my time than Harlan’s. Speaking in that calming and urbane fake […]
By Tom Spurgeon this is genuinely fascinating to me: Kelly Sue DeConnick asks for life updates from Warren Ellis Forum members. That was an influential hub of early -- or earlier, depending on how you personally measure these things -- comics-related, Internet-based activism and socializing. Show More Summary
I might do this as a stand-alone post later on today, because of the Halloween theme, but in case I don't you should still enjoy this Leslie Stein comic. Kevin Melrose on the story behind "Nobody Loves The Hulk." it's good to see several...Show More Summary