For me, one of the single greatest moments of the holiday season is the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade! But as much as I love it, it just doesn't have enough comics for my tastes. Sure, they've h
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Christopher Hastings' The Adventures of Dr. McNinja isn't just one of the best webcomics going, it's also one of my favorite comics, period. As a result, I'm pretty excited about Dark Horse's release of Timefist this December. Collecting the story of Dr. McNinja's ill-fated experime
Though it's only in its sixth issue, Boom! Studios' ongoing Adventure Time series has already become one of comics' most notable showcases for talent fans know and love from the world of webcomics and social media. In addition to its regular creative team of writer Ryan North (Dinosaur Comics) and artists Shelli P
Art: Anthony Clark has posted his take on the three original starting Pokémon (Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle) on Tumblr.
Photos: As The Adventures of Tintin plays in theaters around the world, HuffPo takes a look at all the places Hergé's hero (and his dog Snowy) have traveled over the years.
Manga: Gantz creator Hiroya Oku wrote in Young Jump magazine that
What's up celebrators of the holiday season? You look like you could use some cards -- and we've got cards! Last year we had the esteemed Anthony "Nedroid" Clark (who recently teamed with Benito Cereno for an amazing Christmas comic) create a variety of holiday greeting cards, and guess what? H
Christmas is a time for traditions. For some, it's all about stringing up lights on a Christmas tree and wrapping up presents to put beneath it. For others, it's spending singing carols door to door to spread holiday cheer. And
I think it's fair to say that when I was growing up in the '80s and '90s, Nintendo's Mario was one of the major heroes of my childhood, right up there with Batman, Randy Savage and Michaelangelo the Ninja Turtle. I spent countless hou
For those of you who don't mark your calendars with comic-centric holidays, yesterday -- February 1st -- was Hourly Comic Day. Much like the more well-known 24-Hour Comic Day, the deal with this one is right there in the n