Since superpeople spend a vast majority of their time trying to conquer and/or save the world, they sure don't seem to have a lot of hours in the day to go shopping for life-enhancing novelties. You may find yourself wondering how these exceptional men and women manage to do it all
If you're not already way into artist Cameron Stewart's work, then we recommend another trip to your local comic shop, since it's pretty hard to miss. Between his Eisner Award-winning webcomic "Sin Titulo," his artwork on "Batman &
DC's Event Horizon panel, moderated by Ian Sattler, promised some big announcements but largely involved sharing bits of news about upcoming titles that we've already heard about before. Sticking around did pay off a little bit, though:
The big moment during the Q & A: when asked by a fan about
Yesterday's Image Comics Show panel at Comic-Con provided fans with some nice bits of news about upcoming projects from the publisher, as well the announcement that TV and comics writer Marc Guggenheim has formed Collider Entertainment, which will aim to bring some of Hollywood's best creators into making comics. Guggenheim said
In today's fast-paced world, it's important to have an edge, something that sets you apart. There was a time when all you needed was a double-breasted power suit and the right tie, but it's time to admit that those days are over
This Sunday marks America's 234th Independence Day. If you live in the USA, then the 4th of July is a celebration of national independence. It's a good time for resting, relaxing, (enjoying some comics) and hosting a good old-fashioned barbecue
The status quo of storytelling in Big Two comics is an endless series of status quo shifts and it's been this way for quite some time. The aftermath of one "big story" usually leads right into the next one, and what seems like a third of any given set of titles will fall under some sort of banner, letting us know that the book in question is a part of a larger story, even if the connection is tenuous at best
This week marks the hardcover release of DC's controversial "Justice League: Cry for Justice" story, which unfortunately resulted in Roy Harper having his arm cut off by the villain Prometheus, not to mention the death of his daughter Lian
A close reading of Marvel's recent "Siege" event revealed a very unique structure underlying the story: the whole thing read a lot like a giant Pokémon battle between superheroes and supervillains with Asgard as the arena. Just imagine Thor and the Sentry stored inside Pokéballs, waiting in Captain America and Norman Osborn's potion-lined pockets and the whole thing totally just works. That, combined with the recent announcement that "Pokémon: Black" and "Pokémon: White" are poised to hit retail in spring of 2011 ensures both properties are weighing heavily on our hearts, minds and souls.
This realization led assistant editor/Photoshopper Caleb Goellner and I to a most interesting question: What if the Marvel Universe merged with the Pokémon Universe? Keep reading for our picks of 12 PokéMarvel Mashups!