The T&A Panel at New York Comic Con, named for Marvel Comics editors Tom Brevoort and Axel Alonso and featuring Arune Singh, kicked off Friday with a couple of bangs. Captain America is getting a deluxe miniseries just in time for hi
I've got to admit, I've been pretty skeptical of motion comics since they first hit the scene a few years ago.
Part of my skepticism comes from the fact that I'm a die hard snob about comics as a medium: I believe very strongly in the idea that comics are as valid as any other form of entertainment, and don't need to be anything else. That's not to say that I don't ever wan
"Astonishing X-Men" by Joss Whedon and John Cassaday remains one of the most acclaimed X-Men runs in recent history, where the A-list creative team wrote standalone stories about the popular mutant team that gave readers a fresh jumping on point, while remaining within the larger continuity of the other X-Men comics.
While the constant barrage of Hollywood announcements about comics-to-film projects are no longer surprising, motion comics and animation suddenly seem like the hottest train to jump on, with more and more comics moving towards movement:
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