More than a mundane villain of the week, the vengeful Blackout poses a threat to Barry's powers and Harrison Wells' life.
James Tynion IV opens up about making his Marvel debut with "Amazing X-Men" #13 and discusses putting Mystique in the spotlight.
TUESDAY NIGHT brought an intriguing double bill to the very seat of Washington power. Set to play DAR Constitution Hall was Bob Dylan, the rock icon who got born out of socially conscious folk songs, helped birth an electrified ’60sShow More Summary
Last week, I taunted you with visions of ancient superhero movies – serials, as they were called back then. Today we’d call them really low-budget webcasts. Here’s a few more worthy of your consideration, and this time we’re delving into a trio of iconic heroes from the pulps and newspaper strips – and now, of […]
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
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, there is no better way to kick off the holidays than with a massive pile of new comics. Check out over 110 previews here!
Barry Allen and Oliver Queen team-up, and square off, in the first full trailer for next week's crossover between "The Flash" and "Arrow."
The screenplay for "Dark Universe," which boasts a lineup of DC supernatural characters, is reportedly in the hands of Warner Bros. executives.
I can't find a link that isn't friends-only protected, but apparently Fantagraphics sent a box of kids-friendly material to the Ferguson, Missouri library. That's a nice thing to do and I hope other publishers might follow suit if that's something the library is looking to have done for them.
Boyd was one of the first people to write regular criticism about handmade comics, so it's good to see him do a whole column like this
There is a campaign for the cartoonist and illustrator Ed Siemienkowicz here trying to raise money on his behalf to assist him time- and resources-wise with his fight against cancer. I encourage you to check it out and consider giving...Show More Summary
it makes sense that fans on the right-leaning side of the political spectrum would have complaints about some post-Ferguson decision statements made by various comics pros. As far as I know, none of these came close to cross the lines...Show More Summary
We're still looking at Frankenstein items, and we begin with these lobby cards from Frankenstein 1970! More after the jump!A very cool Frankenstein trick or treat bag from a few years back!James Bama Frankenstein painting!Frankenstein...Show More Summary
Found on CBR via a release from Mike Richardson on behalf of the family. As noted, Sharon's medical costs had become a cause for comics professionals and fans throughout much of 2014, proof of the affection with which many regarded both...Show More Summary
Augie looks at Warren Ellis' "Global Frequency" as a new TV series is announced. Plus, the next episode in the epic "All Star Batman" re-read.