WHEN DEVELOPING a story about a young robot boy in space, Jeff Lemire expected the writing process for his next creator-owned project to take him to the far depths of the universe.He landed in Hollywood instead.Read full article >>
We LOVE us some Gina Rodriguez AND we love a good superhero tale! So, like two great tastes tasting great together, we'd love to see the Jane The Virgin star get her comic book crime fighting on! [ Photo: Gina Forgets Her Bra For One Super Sexy Cover Of Latina Magazine! ] And we aren't alone! Gina herself [...]
I love these old Star Trek comic book covers, posted by AstroDevil in memory of Leonard Nimoy. The title lettering is fantastic! Read the rest
"Shoot me in the face!" Many fanboys and gals might think directing Avengers 2 is any comic book nut's dream come true, but when you've been at this as long as Joss Whedon has, this seems like the only appropriate response. The man behind...Show More Summary
The cast of Fox's "Lucifer" pilot continues to grow, with Lina Esco joining as Maze, based on the comic book character Mazikeen.
Many comic books are fantasies, filled with feats and adventures that ordinary people wish they could pull off. But some of those fantasies can also invoke sex and violence in ways that make folks feel icky. And if you're an artist turning out those stories, what happens when you're burnt out doing the thing you used to love? Should you give up? Read more...
With Mike Colter revealing Netflix's "Luke Cage" series will be "adult oriented," CSBG revisits a comic book legend about a controversial "Alias" issue.
After The Dark Knight was omitted from the list of Best Pictures nominees at the Academy Awards in 2009, the long-running “five nominees only” rule was adjusted, in deference to the fact that a comic book movie was actually great. The...Show More Summary
Reviewed By Eric Switzer. “Nameless” #2 is 20 pages of high-concept round table discussion of celestial warfare bookended by cannibalistic body horror…on the moon. I wanted to lead with that because like all Grant Morrison books you are either in or you’re out, and I am so definitely in. WRITTEN BY: Grant Morrison ART BY: […]
Reviewed By Eric Switzer. “Cluster” #2 makes with the action adventure 100% and is exactly the easy peasy sci/fi romp I predicted it would be…up until the last two pages. I have mixed feelings about the agenda in this book, not all good, certainly not all bad, but I can tell you I was derailed […]
New images of Gal Gadot, who will play Wonder Woman in next spring’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, have been released, but they’ve only increased comic book fans fears that she is too skinny to play the beloved super-heroine. When...Show More Summary
AICN COMICS Q&@: Ambush Bug talks with Raven Gregory about his Kickstarter and new comic book WIDOW’S WEB! Read the full article on AICN @@@ What the $% is AICN COMICS Q&@? @@@Q’s by Ambush Bug! @’s by WIDOW’S WEB’s Raven Gregory!!! Hey folks, Ambush Bug here with an interview with one of my good pals, Raven Gregory. Show More Summary
AICN COMICS Celebrates the 11th Annual @$$IE AWARDS DAY THREE: Best Comic Book TV Series! Best Comic Book Movie! & In Memoriam 2014… Read the full article on AICN Logo by Kristian Horn@@@ AICN COMICS @@@ @@@ 11th ANNUAL @$$IE AWARDS!...Show More Summary
AICN COMICS Reviews: SPIDER-GWEN! SUICIDERS! THE BLACK HOOD! JUNGLE BOOK: FALL OF THE WILD! & More! Read the full article on AICN Logo by Kristian HornTABLE OF CONTENTSThe Pull List (Click title to go directly to the review) BATMAN #39...Show More Summary
Find out what comics Mike and Ming are reading this week.
Eric Powell & Tim Wiesch discuss their new Image Comics series, what's too crazy for the book and how growing up in small towns messed them up.
Just yesterday, I covered a story where comics writer Mark Millar compared putting together a crossover book to "passing a very difficult stool," and that was based on tying together various books and characters. What about cinematically?...Show More Summary
Topic: Cartoons Humor Librarians For all you comics geeks. Graphic novel and comic book fans are book lovers, so it is no surprise that libraries and librarians are portrayed fairly frequently in all sorts of graphic works. Here are some comics that feature libraries and librarians and are perfect for some light reading or for a fun library display.
Friend to the site Patrick Willems has made some pretty great videos in his "comic book movies as made by famous directors" series (remember Tommy Wiseau's Batman and Ingmar Bergman's Flash?), but this might be my favorite, if only for the perfectly appropriate jumpsuits. Eat your heart out, First Class!
Authorities say cartoonist didn't have proper permit! Kevin Kallaugher wins Herblock Prize! Plus, Dinesh Shamdasani, Benjamin Percy and Simon Hanselmann!