Dilbert creator Scott Adams came to our attention last month for the first time since the mid to late '90s when a blog post surfaced where he said, among other things, that women are "treated differently by society for exactly the same reason that children and the mentally handicapped are treated differently. It's just easier this way for everyone."
Now, he's managed to provoke yet another internet maelstorm of derision by popping up on mes
Over the past two weeks, the Internet comics community has been buzzing with the news surrounding Rob Granito, a talentless parasite that managed to con his way into comic book conventions as an "artist" who sold commissions and "originals" that were completely ripped off of other artists' work. The Wonder Woman piece above, for instance, is swiped wholesale from John Delaney and Rob Boyd's cover for Advent
Last week's post about The Governator was met by the ComicsAlliance audience with a measurable degree of incredulousness. For some reason, you thought a new comic book and animated series created by Stan Lee and based on the life of movie star
Because Bluewater didn't think of it first, Marvel Comics legend and Stripperella creator Stan Lee will launch a new comic book and animated series called The Governator, based on former California Governor and Terminator star Arnold Schwarzenegger and that cute nickname we used to call him that never got old. The series will depict Schwarzenegger taking up superheroics following his e
The super set rarely concerns itself with cold-sores, what with all their healing factors and magic powers and whatnot, but what of the less immune civilians they fight to protect? Who will save your average leather jacket wearing fellow with an infected mouth from a fuzzy puppet representing a date-ruining affliction?
In the French Alps is a city called Grenoble. It is protected from the forces of laziness, ignorance and filthiness by a masked superhero called Super Tri. Translated to "super sorting," the character's mission is to educate and enforce strict
Settling one of the most juvenile yet compelling superhero debates that has raged across generations, Marvel Comics architect Stan Lee confirmed this week that Ben Grimm, better known to Fantastic Four fans as the monstrous The Thing, does indeed have a penis made of orange rock.
Disney Dream Portraits is a Disney Parks initiative whereby Annie Leibovitz, the world's most famous photographer, assembles a cast of similarly celebrated individuals to appear in a series of unbelievably ghastly images that sloppily recreate the characters and settings of classic animated films from Walt Disney Pictures. Leibovitz's prodigious Photoshopping made it possible (and obvious) that none of the models were present at the same time or even in the costumes they're meant to be wearing, making this new
Humanity's new omnideity Charlie Sheen has already asserted himself in the two-dimensional realm of comic books by way of cartoonist Michael Kupperman, who drew the ceaselessly bitchin' and winnin' Two and a Half Men star into the very first strip of Peanuts, causing a cosmic d
The question you need to ask yourself is, am I capable of making a life-size Megatron tank? if the answer is yes then you must immediately ask yourself a second question: why haven't I made a life-size Megatron tank? It doesn't matter, you're out of excuses
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