Thanks to everyone leaving recommendations in the comment section, and even challenging me on certain opinions. It's honestly really cool to hear from people and discuss comics in a respectful manner. I kn
Let me start this week's column off by apologizing to Darths & Droids and The Trenches, both comics are not my particular brand, but I'm happy that there are supportive fans out there that enjoy both. As well, both comics clearly have dedicated creators who work hard to publish the material, and I wish them
As we move into the second installment of our weekly webcomic round-ups, I want to thank everyone for their suggestions, and to keep things as transparent as possible, mention a few things about how comics are included in each week's list.
To start, the
There hasn't been quite enough webcomics coverage on ComicsAlliance recently. Sorry. So let me welcome you to the first of an ongoing, weekly column where we round-up some recent updates to comics around the web
With the Dark Horse Comics release of Evelyn, Evelyn (a graphic novel interpretation of the bizarre band project by Dresden Dolls singer Amanda Palmer and Jason Webley with art by Cynthia von Buhler) only days away, ComicsAlliance conducted a short interview with Amanda Palmer about the book, a blackly humorous modern fable about two conjoined twins. We've also got some exclusive art from Evelyn, Evelyn, which also features an afterword by Palmer's husban
Read Comics In Public Day on August 28th was a success in the sense that people did in fact read comics in public all around the world, and in the sense that, unlike last year, we were able to round-up more than four photos of people. See some of the best photos submitted, a few the CA staff took, an
Adult Swim's popular animated series The Venture Bros. returns tomorrow night at midnight with a mockumentary episode titled "From the Ladle to the Grave: The Story of Shallow Gravy" that follows a three-hour marathon of the cult-hit show.
The folks fr
Two larger new editions of Craig Thompson's autobiographical graphic novel Blankets came out yesterday from Top Shelf, reprinting the Eisner Award-winning book about Thompson's first love as a young man from a deeply religious family. Thompson newest work, the much-anticipated Islamic-lore-inspired Habibi, hits stores in a few week from Pan