I don't know if anyone has ever made literally one million dollars from t-shirts, but if I had to make a guess on who would be the first, I'd pick Rocky Davies -- and I don't even know if he has t-shirts yet. What he does have, however, is a series of amazing art pieces that take your favorite villains and give them an '80s laser portrait makeover, along with song lyrics that reflect their personalities, yearbook-quote style.
Lego has historically embraced the comic book medium given how nicely it plays with their signature building set instruction booklets. The thing is, usually Lego's magazine and pack-in comics and posters -- like their video games, movies and other multimedia brand extensions -- stick with an official style that es
Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's why we've given Senior Writer Chris Sims the punishment pleasure of stepping into the grand tradition of the Answer Man as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: I want to read more classic Wolverine stories. I've read Origin and Weapon X. Is Claremont/Miller mini any good
Lucy Knisley ("French Milk") imagines what the "Harry Potter" might have looked like in the late 80s with a comic that makes the idea sounds surprisingly awesome, casting John Cusack as Harry, Christopher Lloyd as Dumbledore, with guest appearances from David Bowie, triumphant synth music, and Falkor the Luckdragon