This is the cover of Action Comics #1, the first comic book to feature Superman. Jalopnik author Jason Torchinsky asks a question I've never considered before: what kind of car is Superman lifting? Torchinsky and various Jalopnik commenters think that it's either a 1937 DeSoto, Plymouth or Ford. You can read their analyses at the link. Link
The LGBTQ community will get to remember gay history in a new format with the limited release of The Stonewall Riots comic book. Bluewater Productions, the same group behind other gay-themed comic books, is currently raising money on Indiegogo in order to publish the first comic book about the birth of the modern gay rights movement. [...]
We looked at the original Halftone app for iOS a couple of years ago and were impressed. The app has been completely rewritten and is more touch oriented, supporting vector graphics for smooth insertion of picture elements. HalftoneShow More Summary
Regal Entertainment Group Announces Exclusive Comic Book Giveaway, Free with Purchase of Marvel's "Iron Man 3" RealD 3D Ticket New prequel comic book available at Regal, while supplies last KNOXVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Regal Entertainment...Show More Summary
Mia Grace is a prodigy when it comes to comic book trivia. Rather than grilling her on spelling or math, her parents bombard her with specific questions about The Avengers, Fantastic Four, The X-Men and more. Not just run-of-the-mill,...Show More Summary
So, this is an interesting day in the world of comic book films: Bryan Singer, who is currently directing X-Men: Days of Future Past (the film the bridges the gap between the original X-Men film trilogy and X-Men First Class via some time travel/parallel universes), tweeted that he has added Evan Peters (American Horror Story) [...]
Mia is a comic book whiz kid. (Credit: DaddyDadBlog) You might think you're a Marvel super-fan, but little 4-year-old Mia Grace will crush you. She shows no mercy as she deftly handles Marvel trivia questions from her parents, all while calmly riding in a car seat on the way to the store. Show More Summary
If you?re looking for a good book, check out TV. There are plenty of shows based on novels, short stories and even comic books. Here?s a look at 15 current shows, all based either heavily or loosely on literature that you may be inspired to check out. Brought to you by A&E?s Longmire. The season 2 premiere airs Monday, May 27 at 10pm.
Post by Julie Ryan Evans Having a 9-year-old son, I have some knowledge of superheroes, but I'll go ahead and admit that the 4-year-old in this video, Mia Grace, knows more about comic books than me, my son, and most you put together. Her...Show More Summary
Feminist concern with representations of women in comic books and video games is hardly a new thing, nor is it always greeted with support—just ask Anita Sarkeesian, whose Tropes Vs Women has inspired intense backlash from territorial gamers. Show More Summary
Process junkies, Dan Slott has made your day. Over at his Jinxworld message board, he’s offered up the plot, script and lettering notes for the Free Comic Book Day Spider-Man issue from 2011, giving you a glimpse into how the comic was made. It’s an interesting insight into the writing (and fine-tuning) process; I only [...]
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Had the earliest version of Nickelodeon’s green slime actually been dumped on a human being, the results would have probably been similar to what happened in the late 1990s to comic book artist and San Diego Reader contributor Jay Allen...Show More Summary
The comic book series The Walking Dead has been going strong nearly a decade, and has published over 110 issues and counting. So all things considered, like the tremendous success of the TV series that bears The Walking Dead’s name, should we expect a similar, never-ending story approach to the highly-popular AMC series. Well, one [...]
A little girl dressed as famed comic book artist Stan Lee at the Motor City Comic Con has captured the hearts of of the people of the internet. Here's a photo of her (right) with the great man himself (left). Link -via Fashionably Geek (Photo: Vincent James Cracchiolo)
The rumor du jour is that Sony is looking to move some assets off their film division’s plate in an effort to save some cash and focus on the more lucrative video game side of the business. At least that’s what Comic Book Therapy tried to sell us today. According to the story, Sony is [...]
After having previously declared his lack of interest in comic books' most iconic character, Brett confesses he's had a change of heart when it comes to Superman.