In the weekly Atomic Books Comics Preview, Benn Ray highlights notable new comics, graphic novels, and books. Benn Ray is the owner of Atomic Books, an independent bookstore in Baltimore. He also runs the Mutant Funnies Tumblr. Atomic Books...
Things don't always go the right way for comic book companies. Here are the worst public relations disasters that comic book companies have dealt with The post 15 Humiliating Comic Book PR DISASTERS appeared first on CBR.
So Pretty/Very Rotten, Jane Mai and An Nguyen’s book of essay essays and comics that explore their relationship with Lolita subculture, is now available. We first learned about the book on The Paris Review, where the authors discuss the movement’s connection to the “romantic, decadent, and aristocratic parts of the Rococo era.” The candy-colored palette […]
Wonder Woman is only a few days away now, and more reactions are pouring in from the lucky people who have screened the movie. This is what the current artist of the Wonder Woman comic book thinks about the film.
I like a good summer book sale, and several publishers will have them over the new few months to get some cash flow moving and to better manage inventory. I'm not sure the link I was provided goes directly to where it's intended, but you can figure it out on the page I'm sure. Show More Summary
It was fun. I bought a Joe Decie Retrofit comic book and the latest issue of Berlin. My brother bought two Saga trades.
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, find out about the crossover that Joss Whedon tried to get Marvel and WIldstorm to do! The post Comic Legends: Was There Nearly a Captain America/Jenny Sparks X-Over? appeared first on CBR.
The Marvel Gallery Superior Iron Man Statue just got an amazing upgrade! This statue is based on the Superior Iron Man comic book series, Tony Stark is depicted here wearing his gleaming white armor, rising up into the air on his boot jets. This statue [...]
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, discover whether Rogue was actually originally meant to be a middle-aged woman before being retconned into being younger! The post Comic Legends: Was Rogue Originally Meant to be Middle- Aged? appeared first on CBR.
Everybody needs a friend. It's even better for that friend when they become your "bro." These superheroes have achieved a true level of bromance. The post Superhero Bromances: 15 Comic Book BFFs appeared first on CBR.
Michael Keaton has played comic book characters for both DC and Marvel, and now he's revealed the biggest difference between the two.
DURING World War II, as Superman and Batman arose as mainstream pop symbols of strength and morality, the publisher that became DC Comics needed an antidote to what a Harvard psychologist called superhero comic books’ worst crime: “bloodcurdling masculinity.” Turns out that psychologist, William Moulton Marston, had a plan to combat such a crime — […]
In their latest look at never-published comic book stories, CSBG examines a Puma spinoff miniseries that fell apart after being announced. The post The Spider-Man Spin-Off Miniseries That Never Was appeared first on CBR.
Anders Nilsen popped up in my inbox a couple of days ago touting the first issues of his serialized Tongues, a book he's self-publishing ahead of its already-arranged book deal once collected. Self-serialization is something more than...Show More Summary
What a great time to be a grandparent (or so I’m told). There are now plenty of books, games, clothing, and video to encourage girls to be strong and independent. DC Comics offers up their Super Hero Girls line and this week they have released their second animated feature, DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games, […]
Bill Sienkiewicz drew some of the NEW MUTANTS' most popular stories.
Hugh Jackman has got a suggestion on which actor should play Wolverine next! “I think one thing we’ve learned: when X-Men started, it was pretty revolutionary. Like the comic book itself, I think there was an element of breaking conventions, of opening up in the concentration camp with a character, was not what people expected,” [...]
One of the greatest comic books of all time is Image Comics and Skybound Entertainment’s “The Walking Dead”, a monthly black-and-white series that started in 2003, created and written by Robert Kirkman with artist Tony Moore. Ever since I read the first issue, I’ve been dying for an adaptation. In fact, the first I heard […]
In the weekly Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week, the Montreal bookstore recommends several new works of fiction, art books, periodicals, and comics. Librairie Drawn & Quarterly is one of Montreal's premiere independent bookstores. The Golem’s Mighty Swing...
Wonder Woman is definitely one of the most anticipated movies of Summer 2017, and Benefit Cosmetics just got us even more hyped up for the film's premiere by releasing details on its upcoming makeup kit that honors the comic book heroine. Show More Summary