For Ivy Stenova, like millions of other teenagers counting the day till their 18th birthday, high school sucks. Her teachers are vindictive a-holes, her friends seem like they're starting to leave her behind, and even her own mother doesn't support her dream of being an artist. In t
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The reliably amazing The Art of the Title blog has published an uncommonly in-depth feature on the opening credits of Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World. Directed by Edgar Wright and created by design/animation outfit Shynola, the sequence is just the first in a memorable series of seamless mash-ups of graphic
Great news for creators Jim Massey and Robbi Rodriguez, whose Oni Press comic book Maintenance has been freed from Warner Bros. and the clutches of director McG and deposited safely in the loving arms of
If you've glanced at comic shelves in the past few years, you've probably noticed that there are a lot of books out there that try to do mashups of genres and iconic character types that don't normally go together
From a Slimer with boobs to a "The Killing Joke" Barbara Gordon flashing her batarangs, we've been pretty resoundingly scarred by the often-insane "geek burlesque" trend. In the case of the Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, however, a raunchy battle between evil ex Roxy Richter and Ramona Flowers seems plausible enough... if you're into slash fiction.Posted by Yo
It's not like there was any doubt before, but it can't hurt to say again that the best/craziest Scott Pilgrim fans are those from Toronto, the setting of Bryan Lee O'Malley's canonized indie comics opus. Locatio
There are a ridiculous number of awesome comics coming out this week. I have to go read them now. Here is a list of one percent of them.
I'm going to assume that we all know that new comics come out today and move directly to another, more important topic. I'm speaking, of course, about zombie variant covers. How many more Marvel comics have to be turned into zombie versions of themselves to serve our sick fascination with the living dead? My guess is somewhere around 400 or so
Greg McElhatton is back to school us all on indy comics again this week. I will stick up for the lowly superheroes. It's an easy task this week on both sides, with solid choices all around. Let the games begin!
Here's what I'm checking out for sure: