He may have seemingly burned bridges at both Marvel and DC in recent years, but there's no reason to feel sorry for Rob Liefeld just yet. Not only are his creator-owned titles undergoing new critical appraisal thanks to last year's
Good news for fans of comics journalism: Indie publisher Drawn & Quarterly has announced that Sarah Glidden, the cartoonist behind 2011's stunning How To Understand Israel in 60 Days or Less, will continue her travels -- and, more importantly for readers, her travelogues -- with a new book, Rolling Blackouts, due late next year.
Glidden's new book will see the cartoonist travel through the Middle East, exploring the fall-out from the Iraq War not only on the region, but also on
Not a dream, not a hoax - Paul Pope's imaginary story Battling Boy has been scheduled for release by First Second Books three years after everyone had initially expected it, finally giving comics fans a chance to see the character that comics savant Pope describes as "the Superman we need for today."
In an interview to accompany a ten-page preview of the first volume in the two-book series at Entertainment Weekly, Pope explained the genesis of the
Launching today, DC Comics' new Injustice: Gods Among Us digital comic sets the stage for the upcoming video game of the same name that pits the heroes of the DC Universe against each other for -- of course -- the future of humanity. To coincide with the digital comic's launch, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Interactive have revealed details of a special edition of t
AMC's The Walking Dead has a new showrunner - the show's third in four seasons - and this one has some previous experience in bringing horror comics to the screen. Unfortunately, said experience consists of the movie Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. Ladies and gentlemen, meet Scott Gimple.Gimple was
Fleeing Belize after being named as a "person of interest" in a murder investigation, then deported from Guatermala after entering the country illegally - faking two heart attacks along the way in an attempt to slow down his deportation - where next for the increasingly-strange tech maven John McAfee? Portland, Oregon, of course - and it's all because of a comic book. Insert your own "Put a jailbird on it" joke at your leisure.The bi
Marvel Comics has announced a new X-Men title launching in April that spotlights the female members of the team. Yes, finally, a book dedicated to some of the many X-Women who have won fan hearts for years! The X-Women who have dominated the franchise since the Chris Claremont days! Obviously, then, this book celebrating X-Women is called X-Men.The gender-confused name doesn't bother w
After testing the waters with digital releases, one-shots and a mini-series, DC Entertainment has announced that it's ready to move to Eternia full-time starting in Spring, as Keith Giffen and Pop Mhan use the Power of Grayskull to launch an all-new Masters of The Universe monthly series.The new series follows on from a series of