Or maybe the choice isn't quite so simple.
Neil Gaiman recently gave a four hour talk at a Minnesota library. He was paid $45,000. Given that the current economy is a zombie -- brutally slain, raised up again through questionable forces, and likely to go for someone's throat - when the story made headlines, it ruffled a few feathers.
The Lantern Rings were meant to be a giveaway promotion, but like everything else, they've got a price. Comic book fans tend to have a collector mentality. I would know. I own not a single issue of "Blackest Night," but I do have every one of the Lantern Rings. W
With Mother's Day just around the corner, you may be preparing for a phone call -- or a visit -- to the family home, something you may be either looking forward to, or dreading. You can't choose your family, as the old saying goes. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't be prepared to, just in case you get the chance. If you could choose any heroes from your favorite comic to join your family tree, which ones should you choose? We've got a list of ten comics characters that you'd definitely want at the reunion.
We all know that Christopher Nolan -- the director of dark and gritty Batman flicks "The Dark Knight" -- will be working on the next Superman movie. Will that mean a darker color palette, a darker history, and a Kal-El who growls at wrongdoers? There's no way for us to be sure