The third version of the web-slinging superhero Spider-Man is getting his own movie next year, but there are still so many others that have yet to get lifted from the pages of a comic book....
When you think of comic book conventions, the first thing that most likely comes to mind is the one and only Comic Con in San Diego California. After all, it is the biggest comic con of the year and you can find many big stars and major announcements there. But what about the smaller conventions? You […]
Based on the comic book series by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray The post The Monolith Movie in the Works at Lionsgate appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Batman has had many great writers pen stories about him for decades, however, most of these authors have been comic book writers. It is rare when a novelist writes anything about a superhero, […]
Legendary Comics releases to stores today Mark Waid's latest work...Axiom. The 144 page book features artwork from Ed Benes and Dinei Ribeiro.
Zendaya faced a wave of criticism and backlash after comic book fans attacked the actress’ reported casting as Mary Jane in the upcoming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” movie. The 19-year-old has been the target of more than her share of misogynistic,...Show More Summary
Hey, remember that animated Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles crossover that was announced at Comic-Con? Well, now Comic Book Resources has the first issue’s various covers, providing our first look at the new miniseries, and while they are all very different, they’re all great. Read more...
Have you ever gotten stuck in a book? Here’s a delightful little comic by Grant Snider that explores the process of losing oneself in reading. The post Reader’s Tan appeared first on The Millions.
Ibrahim Moustafa is best known as an artist in the comics industry, breaking out with his work on the Eisner Award-nominated High Crimes miniseries and recently earning gigs on superhero books like Doctor Fate and Mockingbird. Moustafa’s...Show More Summary
COMIC BOOK REVIEWS: INDIE COMICS TO LOOK OUT FOR! Much like music or television, the comic book industry is full of all types of comic books. Most come from big time publishers like Marvel or DC, but there are also some from smaller publishers such as Image, IDW, Dark Horse, and Valiant, among others. Show More Summary
Gucci’s FW16 collection includes a link-up with none other than Snoopy. The beloved Peanuts comic book character appears on a knitted sweater, crewneck and tee produced by the luxury house, with back prints bearing Alessandro Michele’s motto “l’aveugle par amour” (that’s “blind for love” in French). It’s classic Michele, who’s all about the weird, the whimsical and the […]
The comic book giant will celebrate crossing the one million subscribers mark with a marathon DC All Access broadcast.
Courtesy of Marvel, ComicsAlliance brings you an advance look at new periodical comic books, collected editions and graphic novels going on sale in November 2016 (and in some cases beyond) from the publisher’s mainline Marvel Universe titles, its licensed properties, and the creator-owned label Icon. Continue reading…
Samplers and anthology specials have become a staple of Free Comic Book Day’s bountiful offerings , but that might change next year. According to materials acquired by Bleeding Cool, the organization behind the event is now suggesting that publishers shy away from offering anthologies beginning in 2017. Read more...
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
It's obvious to every comic book fan and moviegoer in America that superhero movies are getting worse, not better. Even though these films are profitable, that doesn't mean they are actually good movies or reflecting the long history...Show More Summary
The great comic book cover homage streak hits week 204!
IDW's latest Star Trek comic releases include the final issue in the Kelvin timeline ongoing series, and a special cover gallery book to mark the 50th anniversary. Continue below for previews of both.Issue sixty of the ongoing comicShow More Summary
CSBG looks at a would-be comic book classic that never actually happened!
Marvel has licensed 25 characters for use in one-off custom Harley Davidsons. Put your wallet away though: each of the 25 bikes will be given away in a dealership contest in Australia or New Zealand. [Via: Comic Book Resources] The post Marvel Custom Harley Davidsons [Pics] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.