Check out CSBG's archive of notable comic book retcons, including the back-and-forth retcons over how Storm and Black Panther first met.
In their latest spotlight on notable comic book retcons, CSBG looks at how Storm and Black Panther REALLY met...
Amid growing demand, the Muslim and Arab world has begun constructing more of its own comic superheroes.
I have a particular fondness for comedians, and have had close personal friendships with some of the great ones over the years. Even as a teenager in the 1960s, my favorite reading material was not comic books, but rather biographies...Show More Summary
Five For Friday #428 -- Name Your Five Favorite Classic-Format Comic Books (To Include Annuals and Giant-Size But No Other Formats) Where Jack Kirby Is A Primary Creator In Order From #1 (Most Favorite) to #5 (Fifth Favorite). Use This Format (I'll Be Quick To Pull My Tigger Finger This Time). 1. Show More Summary
You might think that after Fantastic Four, which was a debacle on every level, those involved might want to steer away from comic book movies, at least for a while. That may be the case for some, but not for Michael B. Jordan, who played...Show More Summary
Determined to keep on throwing charismatic smiles at this “comic book movie” thing until it finally just gives in and works, Fantastic Four survivor Michael B. Jordan is in talks to star in the movie version of Dark Horse’s undead buddy-comic Blood Brothers. Show More Summary
Newsarama has the first look at the programming for the youngest comic book fans attending the upcoming California convention.
After the epic bellyflop that was Fantastic Four, you’d think Michael B. Jordan would want to stay away from comic book movies for a while. But perhaps he subscribes to the “if at first you don’t succeed…” mantra. Jordan has just entered negotiations to star in Blood Brothers, MGM’s buddy action-comedy based on the Dark […] The post Michael B. Show More Summary
He's played Cyborg, the Human Torch, and now a vampire?
What would happen if a character from "Dragon Ball Z" fused with a popular comic book character? These illustrations might give you an idea.
Jack Kirby, born on this day in 1917 in New York, is the greatest comic book creator who ever lived. That's not something that I consider to be up for debate. It's something that's self-evident every time that you sit down to read one...Show More Summary
Some day, in some distant time, video game movies will succeed comic book movies and have their own oversaturated golden age—and they'll range in quality largely from mediocre to great, and everything will be awesome. Unfortunately, we're stuck in the present.
This week, learn just who decided to kill off Gwen Stacy - Gerry Conway or John Romita. Plus, was the action figure for Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves just a repainted Green Arrow, right down to the G on his belt?
Was it Gerry Conway or John Romita who decided to kill Gwen Stacy? And was the action figure for "Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves" just a repainted Green Arrow?
The Line pays tribute to the King with drawings featuring some of his most famous comic book creations!
While it’s not close to the size of the old Expanded Universe, the new Star Wars universe is filling up fast. This lengthy infographic contains every movie, comic, book and video game out now or in the works that will be make up the new canon, helpfully listed in the order they occur. Read more...
It's not something we talk about with as much frequency as we did five to ten years ago, but here's a piece from a creator named Jay Gunn on his frustrations confronting comics piracy regarding a book he does called Surface Tension.Show More Summary
Each week, Big Issues focuses on a newly released comic book of significance. This week, it’s NEW MGMT #1. Written and drawn by Matt Kindt (Divinity, Ninjak), this one-shot concludes Kindt’s highly ambitious MIND MGMT series with a story about the value of close personal relationships and letting go of the past to find strength for the future. Show More Summary
The second season for the hit CW series about comic book character "The Flash" has been adding on super-hero after super-hero to their jam-packed show. Well, spy-photographers managed to make their way to the Flash set to snap several photos of Doctor Light, just one of the costumed heroes that will make an appearance on the show. Show More Summary