Over the past few months, Marvel Comics have been paying homage to hip-hop through a series of variant covers inspired by beloved albums from Run the Jewels, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg, Lauryn Hill, De La Soul, DOOM, Wu-Tang Clan, AShow More Summary
The variant comic book covers, which reinterpret hip-hop album covers with Marvel characters, have drawn fans including many hip-hop artists themselves.
Google Play Books has unveiled comics-specific improvements, and it's celebrating by offering more than 40 free comics.
Google has updated its Play Books app with a new landscape reading mode for comics and an improved storefront to showcase them. The app’s latest version lets you view comics in landscape mode so every panel gets more screen real estate. Show More Summary
Google has updated its Play Books store with better support for comics and is giving away 44 free issues to celebrate.
Following the announcement of the comic-friendly update to Google Play Books earlier today, Google is making a swath of digital issues free for a limited time.
Earlier today we told you guys about the new — more comic-focused — update headed to Google Play Books. Apparently Google wants you to try out the update so bad, they’re now giving away 44 comic books for free via Google Play to help get you started.
2015 is undoubtedly the year of Star Wars. In addition to the highly-anticipated debut of The Force Awakens, Marvel began releasing a new line of Star Wars comics earlier this year, including solo character books for Darth Vader and Chewbacca, and Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens — Shattered Empire. Show More Summary
When you arrive at your local comics shop for Free Comic Book Day in 2016, you might forgiven if you were to think that something cool was missing. The Powers That Be that decide what companies can participate in the annual event that brings in new readers every year, has decided that Judge Dredd is … Continue reading No Dredd for Free Comic Book Day! ?
Though the particulars of why are unknown, publisher Rebellion plans to release the issue as a summer special.
Marvel announces a 56 page one-shot previewing many of its STAR WARS comic books.
Art Baltazar and Francesco Francavilla will each provide artwork for Free Comic Book Day's 15 year anniversary.
This week, Marvel began their all-new and all-different comic book universe —and as ever with comics, especially in the wake of a new reboot, characters that were once long gone are free to reappear, as good as new or back from the dead. Such is the way for a former Daredevil character who’s just made their way back to the mortal coil. Read more...
Support this site's full-text RSS feed by buying The Comics: An Illustrated History Of Comic Book Art The Comics: An Illustrated History Of Comic Book Art, written by the creator of the Joker, is a great look at the long history of the...Show More Summary
DC has released new details on the upcoming "Batman Day."
The recent string of successful Marvel and DC movies coupled with an increase in the availability of digital comics has helped fuel the revival of the comic book industry. More people are reading comics, they’re available more widely, and they’re finally starting to get the recognition they deserve as part of the literary canon. Show More Summary
Comic Book Questions Answered – where I answer whatever questions you folks might have about comic books (feel free to e-mail questions to me at email@example.com). Here is a link to an archive of all the past questions that have been answered so far. Here is a bit of a different one. Jaime Weinman wrote […]
The CBLDF's Charles Brownstein and Betsy Gomez discuss protecting comics from those that wish to ban books and preserving free speech.
Double Take is new to the world of comic books, but that doesn’t make them any stranger to great storytelling. Led by Bill Jemas, former Marvel Comics vice president Double Take will bring the world 10 new ongoing series in September. Those comics are all set in the same universe as the George Romero classic Night […]