In case you aren't aware, there's a movie coming out later this summer called Captain America: The First Avenger. It's based on the legendary Marvel Comics superhero created by Jack Kirby and Joe Simon, and that means Marvel has to publish a smorgasbord of standalone projects to capitalize on the film, one of which, inevitably, must be an origin story.
The endearingly ludicrous Suicide Girls notwithstanding, there's an increasing number of comic books that deal with sexual themes and situations in fairly explicit yet very sophisticated ways, despite identifying or otherwise qualifying as "erotic" or even "porn" comics. One that comes to mind is Chester 5000, wherein cartoonist Jess Fink depicts in x-rated fashion the sexual relationship between a Victorian era housewife and her steampunk
A ComicsAlliance favorite for his sexily violent art for Bite Club, Murderland and the silly but superbly illustrated Suicide Girls, David Hahn's most prodigious work was actually completed several years ago but has never seen the light of day -
Image's Morning Glories has getting a lot of buzz lately, which comes as no surprise, given that Spencer spent the last year becoming one of comics' biggest breakout stars, rocketing into mainstream super-hero comics like Jimmy Olsen and Iron Man 2.0. With Morning Glories, though, Spencer, Ei
While Anthony Clark is perhaps most famous for chronicling the adventures of Reginald and Beartato at Nedoird Picture Diary by 2011 standards, a few years back the webcomicker gained a lot of attention for successfully (and hilariously) taking on a friend's challenge to illustrate 200 Bad Comics. The series of short strips was a mega hit consisting of appropriately awkward jokes, nonsensical humor
In the five years since writer Grant Morrison assumed writing duties for Batman, he has redefined the character for a new generation. By looking beyond the dark and gritty work of Frank Miller – the model that informed every Batman story for over twenty years – and sending the character on an inverted journey through pre-Dark Knight history, the franchise has become reconnected with roots that once seemed permanently excised. And now, with Batman Incorporate
Perhaps the most most sprawling and continuity-heavy crossover of all time, DC Comics' Final Crisis has already earned its place in comics history as the publisher's most polarizing mainstream works. For eve
The girls are back in town with yesterday's relaunch of "Birds of Prey" #1 by Gail Simone, and as usual they're making headlines. Sure, you can get the big stories anywhere, but God and gossip are in the details, and only we here at Bird on the Stree
It probably goes without saying, but here at ComicsAlliance, we love comics, and occasionally, we like to our spotlight onto a book that we especially enjoy in the hope that you'll love them just as much as we do. This week, with
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