There's a sentiment you hear a lot in comics -- expressed most recently and eloquently by Neil Gaiman -- that the most important thing to do if you want to create art is to simply do it. You don't have to be the best artist in the world; your work doesn't have to be per
Jim Davis's Garfield has become something of an institution in the world of newspaper comics, notable not only because it has transformed a certain fat, orange cat into an instantly recognizable cultural icon, but also because it how somehow found a way to discuss Monday-hating and lasagna-eating for 33 years running. Now, Garfield has expanded beyond th
Originally posted by a creator named Labish under the headline "I want your love and I want your avenge," this animated video of the Avengers busting the distinctive dance routine in Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" music video is pretty irresistible. Keep reading for the video
Enjoy this two-part Fantastic Four radio show from 1975 based on some of the original comics, and featuring not only the narration of Stan Lee, but the voice of a 25-year-old actor named Bill Murray as the Human Torch.
It's great to see superhero comics doing a better job of not omitting gay characters from their stories (or leaving them to idle in the background). But it's worth noting that while diverse characters make comics richer and more representative of the real world, they're also an opportunity to reflect the many ways that we are not so different from each other
Things have been up and down for the NBC comedy Community lately, with a fantastic three-part season finale that included an 8-bit episode featuring the cast as video game characters (that's good!), the news that the fan-favorite show would return for a fourth season (that's good!) but that it would do so withou