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 firstname.lastname@example.org). 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 […]
We've got a huge haul of comics this week, since there were a handful of books that I missed in the SDCC rush and really wanted to talk about. We also have the winner of that free copy of Fantasy...
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In an attempt to protect the fragile minds of young comic book readers, in 1993 DC created a special age-restricted imprint called Vertigo that would house its more “adult” titles. Free from the constraints of capes and continuity, some of the Vertigo books—like Sandman and Hellblazer—became big hits with both readers and critics. Show More Summary
Every week in the App Store, an app or game goes free for seven days. This week, Halftone 2 will let you unleash your inner comic book artist. Halftone 2 is an app that helps you make your own comic and scrap books, and its this week's Free App of the Week on the App Store. Show More Summary
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For the fourth year in a row, Diamond is holding their Halloween ComicFest, where comic shops will have special Halloween-related events and offer a bunch of free comics. Basically, it's like a Halloween-themed Free Comic Book Day, which seems like a fun deal all around. Show More Summary
On Free Comic Book Day this year, I met a family of superheroes: two brothers, their little sister, and their slightly frazzled but very determined mom. Mom had a lot of questions, not just about recommendations for books, but also about...Show More Summary
Unable to get a copy of Marvel's "Attack on Titan"/Avengers crossover on Free Comic Book Day? Now you can download the story for free!
The new Google Photos, with its unlimited photo storage but also its creepy implications, is the latest example of the trade-offs that have come to dominate the era of smart appliances, social media, and Big Data. How much of our personal...Show More Summary
In this feature I spotlight changes made to comic book characters that are based on outside media. I’m sure you can think of other examples, so feel free to e-mail me at email@example.com if you want to suggest some other examples for future installments. Today we look at something I addressed in a Comic Book […]
This is the first installment in a new feature where I spotlight changes made to comic book characters that are based on outside media. I’m sure you can think of other examples, so feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to suggest some other examples for future installments. We begin with the […]
Over the past few years, I've often wondered why comic book publishers weren't taking advantage of the opportunities that we've seen through the growth of webcomics, hooking new readers with free content and then using that to drive them towards the established market. Show More Summary