Neil Greenaway has sent us such an epic collection of swag from Phoenix Comic Con that it dazzles the senses. We'll leave it to your exploration:
By Spencer Ellsworth Nick Roche got his start as a comics artist at IDW Publishing, illustrating and soon writing the company’s incarnation of
Posted by Olly MacNamee With our recent coverage of Noel Clarke and Joshua Cassara new comic The Troop debuting from Titan Comics December 9th at a comic
By Abdulkareem Baba Aminu When I met the fan-favorite comic book artist called Bengal at the Magnetic Press booth (thanks to the awesome David
By Chris Hayden In his new series We Stand on Guard, writer Brian K. Vaughan, famous for his masterpiece Saga, continues to do what he does best:
By Olly MacNamee Best known as the co-creator of V for Vendetta, David Lloyd has just celebrated the third birthday of his digital-only ACES Weekly
The Super Awesome Comic Review Show – Star Wars Shattered Empire, Invincible Iron Man, Karnak, Tokyo Ghost & More!
The Super Awesome Comic Review Show returns to Bleeding Cool, recorded at the one and only Astro-Zombies Comic Shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico. They say:
Zainab Akhtar is, amongst many things, the creator of ShortBox, the collated small press comic book publisher. Talking about the contents of the next
Wonder Woman #6 introduced the Cheetah as a personification of the power and allure of jealousy from DC Comics in 1943.
With a gigantic dose of pulse-pounding action, this deeply mythic series is back with raised stakes and effective storytelling. The character building of
Wolverine's two most famous assets won't help him now, so he's going to need two different stiff, pointy phallic objects in Wolverine #12.
Despite everything, Steve Rogers still believes in the American Dream in this preview of Captain America #29. Is he an idealist? Or a fool?
In Superman Red & Blue #3, Batman attacks the institution of journalism, but Wonder Woman comes to its defense. Check out a preview here.