Great video games have been made by adapting everything from movies to comic books. Where book-to-video game adaptations are concerned, the gaming industry hasn’t even scratched the surface. These four books that would make fantastic video games. Show More Summary
Ryan Adams’ obsession with comic books is well documented, but not until this week did he reveal that he’s creating his own. Adams appeared on Marvel’s This Week In Marvel podcast this week, and as Consequence Of Sound points out, the singer-songwriter confirmed what his Twitter followers might have already discerned: He’s writing and illustrating [...]
Listen to the singer-songwriter nerds out on Marvel.com's "This Week in Marvel" podcast.
Josh Neufeld discusses his new book about big data and how we think about privacy, and the state of modern comics journalism
From IO9's excellent guide to charitable merch you can buy to support good causes, the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund's range of excellent swag, including these items bearing the logo of the hated, defunct Comics Code Authority, whose trademarks the CBLDF acquired in 2011. Read the rest
A 5-issue comic book miniseries will continue the story of David Cronenberg's 'The Fly' remake, debuting this spring. [...]
A five-issue comic book miniseries, The Fly: Outbreak, launches in March 2015 The post David Cronenberg’s The Fly Returns at IDW appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Every day this year, I will be examining the artwork on a single comic book story. Today’s artist is Frank Miller, and the issues are Dark Horse Presents #114 and 300 #5, both of which were published by Dark Horse and are cover dated October 1996 and September 1998, respectively. Enjoy! During the 1990s, Miller […]
We are beyond thrilled that Kelly Thompson is writing the comic book adaptation of the beloved 1980s cartoon Jem and the Holograms. We're debuting the second comic cover featuring the rocking Misfits, and chatted with Thompson and series artist Ross Campbell about how they've updated the outrageous Jem. Read more...
This is one I’ve had to be tight lipped on for some time. I was genuinely surprised today when they announced the book, but that doesn’t undercut my excitement. This is something that will change the face of licensed horror comics. The creative team of Brand Seifert and Menton3 will bring the world of Cronenberg’s […]
In the comic book version of Marvel’s Civil War, a pretty key part is played by Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man; his backing of Tony Stark and the pro-registration movement was the watershed moment in the miniseries when Spidey unmasked as Peter Parker at the end of Civil War #2. When the plot line of the […]
As someone who writes about both television and comic books, I’m often surprised at how ruthless their fans can be.
Calling all UDON and Street Fighter fans! UDON is proud to announce that, as a Silver sponsor of Free Comic Book Day 2015 (FCBD 2015), we are offering an all-new action-packed, one-shot Street Fighter comic for FREE on FCBD 2015! Featuring fan-favorite World Warriors Ryu, Guile, Charlie, Ibuki, C. Show More Summary
Filmmaker Ram Devineni has concerns about the rise in violence against women in India. So he created a new comic book hero to help inspire Indians stand up to against rape. Her name is Priya. After being sexually attacked, Priva travels...Show More Summary
Because Santa is real and gives me everything I want for Christmas, IDW is bringing us “Garbage Pail Kids: Puke-tacular!” We are closing in on the 30th Anniversary of these gross little creations and to celebrate, we’re being treated with the very first comic book ever to feature the dirty (literally dirty) scoundrels. Various creators […]
Stickleback is an ongoing series from England focusing on the Pope of Crime, the eponymous Stickleback. If you haven’t read Volume One yet, and you like organized crime and conspiracies, go pick that up and then come back and read this review. WRITTEN BY: Ian Edginton ART BY: D’Israeli, I.N.J. Culbard PUBLISHER: Rebellion/2000AD PRICE: $26.99 RELEASE: […]
Without even meaning to, I’ve noticed a pattern lately of enjoying my friend’s “late” adoption of comic books, science fiction, and other so-called geeky things I thought were just mine. It’s surprisingly rewarding to vicariously experience the things I love through people who are new to them. New readers’ excitement about the books I have forgotten […]
Some weeks are better than others to take a chance on a new title, and from what I hear, this week’s a heavy one for a lot of people’s pulls. I don’t care. Leave something at the comic shop if you have to, trade in one of your subscriptions, sell your kidney. But this week, […]
Poposition Press hopes to raise $15,000 on Kickstarter for The Pop Up Art Book. This project features 3-D renditions of comic, pop, and street art pieces created by six artists. The funds will be used to cover the production costs. We’ve...Show More Summary
And so, we go back to the start. After the stunningly gruesome visuals Adam Gorham provided last month, Ales Kot returns to “Zero” #13 with the help of illustrator Alberto Pontecelli to pick up right where we left off. WRITTEN BY: Ales Kot ART BY: Alberto Pontecelli PUBLISHER: Image Comics PRICE: $2.99 RELEASE: December 17, 2014 […]