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Midnighter and Apollo Mixtape

Midnighter and Apollo is both brutal and tender, so this playlist reflects these two beating hearts of the series.

Dan Mora / Boom Studios

Hopeless On The Rise Of Seth Rollins

We chatted with Hopeless about adapting wrestling into comics, finding his place in established continuity and his relationship with WWE corporate.

Gary Frank / DC Comics

Superman’s Top Villains

We’ve tabulated the results and assembled a video counting down the definitive top 10 Superman villains.


Comic Artists Cover David Bowie

Moonage Daydream is an art exhibition that describes itself as an "illustrated tribute" to David Bowie, wiith 21 artists taking on 21 different albums or singles.

Full ‘Powerless’ Trailer Brings DC References and Bat-Details Galore

DC Powerless Trailer Extended Batman References

We’re still not entirely certain the DC universe is built for serial comedy (any more than it was ultra-grim movies), but NBC’s Powerless is giving ample opportunity to flex that DC connection. See for yourself in a new extended trailer, and details of just how much Batman we can really expect to see in the Wayne Security world.

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‘Logan’ Gifts Us With Two More Images, Plus a Trailer Announcement!

20th Century Fox
20th Century Fox

Logan looks like no other superhero movie we’ve ever seen before, and Hugh Jackman and James Mangold have been especially plugging its desolate, dingy look. They’ve given us image after image, all of which have kept this really great post-apocalyptic western look. Today, They’ve given us one more in preparation for tomorrow’s new trailer, which Jackman seems very excited about.

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‘Arrow’ Extended 2017 Trailer Teases Flashpoint Behind Laurel’s Return

Arrow 2017 Extended Trailer Laurel Flashpoint
The CW

The CW already seemingly spoiled the explanation behind Arrow returning one of its biggest characters in midseason finale “What You Leave Behind,” but there’s wiggle room yet. Case in point, an extended 2017 trailer for next week’s “Who Are You?” hints at a Flashpoint explanation, along with new wrinkles to the Prometheus story.

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Hawkeye Finally Joins ‘Avengers Academy’ But Also More Importantly So Does His Dog

Marvel Entertainment
Marvel Entertainment

The absence of Clint Barton in the hit mobile gaming app Avengers Academy has been somewhat of a running joke between fans and developers, but after being promised for so long the archer Avenger is finally joining the game. Unfortunately for him, he's signing up for class just as all of the robot practice dummies rebel as the villain of the new event is none other than the metallic menace of Ultron!

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Of Snowmen And Mortality: A Tribute To Raymond Briggs


If you grew up in the 1980s, The Snowman was inescapable, especially around Christmas. Not Frosty, you understand, but the nameless, wordless living Snowman in the green hat and scarf, who befriended a little boy and took him on a magical adventure. Even children of the time understood on some level that this was a different sort of Snowman, more contemplative in his nature, more artistic in his realization. The Snowman wasn't a commercial product, like Frosty the Snowman has almost always been. It's the creation of an artist with vision, Raymond Briggs, and while it's certainly the most prominent, it's far from his only contribution to art and culture.

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Bizarro Back Issues: Aquaman Minus Aqua (1959)

Adventure Comics #267, DC Comics

I've made my share of jokes about him before, but I'm really starting to think that 2017 is going to be the year that I do my best to get into Aquaman. As much as I love DC's Silver Age, he's my biggest blind spot of the entire era, and it's time to fix that. There's just one problem: I don't think I actually like reading about underwater adventure, and that's... that's gonna be an issue.

But maybe there's hope. This week, Twitter's own @YellFeat and Local Aquaman Expert Megan Nielsen alerted me to the existence of "Manhunt On Land," a story where Aquaman takes on a landlocked crime spree by loading up a pickup truck with his underwater friends and driving around with a fishbowl on his head. And it's amazing.

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Does This New ‘Walking Dead’ Photo Answer the Boots Mystery?

Walking Dead 2017 Photo Junkyard Boots

The Walking Dead has plenty of ground to cover when Season 7 picks up again in February, so is there time to introduce another community? Looks like we’re going to find out, as new photo introduces an apparent junkyard gang, and perhaps an answer to the boot-wearing mystery figure from the midseason finale.

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Miles Morales Confirmed For Lord And Miller’s Animated ‘Spider-Man’ Feature Film

Sara Pichelli / Marvel Comics
Sara Pichelli / Marvel Comics

Since his creation several years ago, Miles Morales has become of the biggest fan-favorite characters in recent years and those fans have been clamoring to see him break out of the comics and take to the screen. Today, Sony Pictures confirmed that Miles will be the lead character of the upcoming animated Spider-Man film written by The Lego Movie's Phil Lord and Chris Miller, but what does that mean for the character and how will they approach possible ties to the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

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The Song Is Ending: How ‘Solanin’ Speaks To The Truths Of A Life In Music [Music Week]


First published in the defunct Weekly Young Sunday magazine, the introspective and shoegazey Solanin by Inio Asano is a slice-of-life seinen (teen/adult male) manga about the role that music can play in a young person's life, and the promises and heartbreak that music can represent.

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Dennis Hopeless On The End Of The Shield And The Rise Of Seth Rollins In ‘WWE’ #1 [Interview]

Dan Mora / Boom Studios
Dan Mora / Boom Studios

While there have been many attempts to adapt the world of WWE, no-one has tried to fill in the gaps between weekly episodes of Raw and SmackDown, a gap in the market now filled by Dennis Hopeless and Serg Acuña's new WWE title at Boom Studios. With the first issue of the ongoing on sale today, ComicsAlliance chatted with Hopeless about adapting wrestling into comics, finding his place in established continuity and his relationship with WWE corporate.

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