The Movie Realization series from Tamashii Nations has been one of the most excellent re-imaginings of characters --- particularly in the Star Wars universe --- in the figure realm in quite some time. It was such a success, Tamashii turned its attention to comics for the next Realization line, which kicked off with Spider-Man as a samurai. Show More Summary
Everyone loves comic book trivia, but with over 75 years of superhero comics behind us right now, there’s always some new obscure fact to learn. That’s why ComicsAlliance is going deep into the minutiae of your favorite names in comics in our continuing video series. Show More Summary
ON SATURDAY evening, in Durham, N.C., the artist Eaten Fish received the 2016 Courage in Cartooning Award, in a ceremony at the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists convention. Eaten Fish, the pen name of a man otherwise known publicly only by the first name Ali, could not be at the AAEC Political Satire Fest to […]
Steve Ditko-inspired art from Javier Rodriguez.
A variant cover 28 years in the making... and Todd McFarlane weighs in...
A look inside the in-continuity comic books based on NBC's GRIMM.
And Supergirl isn't the only one with a relative coming to visit.
Expansion packs based on Ghostbusters, Adventure Time, Mission Impossible, Harry Potter and The A-Team.
Last week DC Comics and IDW announced will join together to publish a 144 page graphic novel titled Love Is Love to raise money for Equality Florida to help the victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, FL on June 12th. This groundbreaking venture between two comic book publishers and a nonprofit was organized […]
Failing to register could result in serious consequences, courtesy of the People's Champ himself. The post The Rock Says Get Off Your Ass And Vote appeared first on CBR.com.
A new Supergirl promo shows the cast -- including Cat Grant -- reacting to the Man of Steel. The post New Supergirl Promo Brings Superman To National City appeared first on CBR.com.
The Flash director is teasing a team-up between two members of DC Film's forthcoming Justice League. The post Flash Director Rick Famuyiwa Teases Cyborg Cameo appeared first on CBR.com.
All three of Amazon's new comedies, including Jean-Claude Van Johnson and I Love Dick, have been picked up. The post Amazon Orders The Tick To Series appeared first on CBR.com.
Batman is a rarity, enjoying arguably as much success outside of comics as within. Here are 10 of his greatest adventures beyond the printed page. The post Batman’s Best Stories Outside of Comic Books appeared first on CBR.com.
The variant for Marvel's upcoming "Venom" series features remastered art from the character's debut. The post Marvel’s New Venom #1 Gets Remastered McFarlane Variant appeared first on CBR.com.
Look into my eyes - not around them, or above them, but into their center. When I click my fingers, you will watch this Gotham promo. The post Gotham’s Mad Hatter Promo Will Haunt Your Dreams appeared first on CBR.com.
Fred Van Lente & Reilly Brown discuss the invasion of the Marvel Universe by malevolent carton characters, and the one man standing in their way. The post Slapstick Battles Marvel’s Marauding ‘Toons with Van Lente & Brown appeared first on CBR.com.
The actor says DC Films is facing a tough challenge in fleshing out its superhero flicks, and he's not sure if he'll make a Flash appearance. The post Jai Courtney Addresses Suicide Squad Criticism, Flash Movie Rumor appeared first on CBR.com.
In a post-apocalyptic world where only animals remain, Mac Smith's Scurry follows two mice as they attempt to keep together and stay alive through the most dangerous landscape imaginable. It's a terrific series that has been runningShow More Summary
Charles Burns excels at making people feel uncomfortable. Born September 27, 1955, Burns has been making incredible comics since his debut in the early 1980s. Simultaneously, he's cultivated a career as one of the most coveted and respected illustrators in the magazine industry. Today we celebrate one of the most unique voices in comics. Continue reading…