HeroesCon 2010 was nothing short of amazing for the ComicsAlliance staff -- the highlight of the convention season, hands down -- and we'll have lots of content coming from our time at the event, but even among the rich store of wonderful moments the convention provided, one thing stands out as a shining jewel: Colleen Coover's drawing of Tarot,
The second issue of Marvel's "Girl Comics" miniseries has just hit stands, an anthology of work by female creators including Colleen Coover, an artist who has illustrated a wide range of distinctive and frequently adorable Marvel backup stories for comics like "X-Men: First Class," "Wolverine: First Class," "Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers," "The Age of the Sentry," "Power Pack," and recently "Thor and the Warriors Four."
ComicsAlliance recently visited Periscope Studio and talked at length with Coover abo
"Dragon Age" #1 comes out today from IDW, a comics adaptation of the swords and sorcery role-playing video game that made news a while back for including same-sex liaisons among its possible romantic entanglements. And while we were initially intrigued at the idea of bringing the rich storytelling of the game into the world of comics, we
As MODOK Month draws to a close, I think it's only fitting that we all take a moment to reflect on our personal relationships with the Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing. That's why I asked a handful of comics creators including Fred Van Lente, Jeff Parker, and Colleen Coover and to write short essays on the theme "What MODOK Means To Me
If you missed Emerald City Comic-Con over the weekend in Seattle, no worries -- we've still got the highlights here on CA. And while we were making our rounds on the floor, we also snapped photos of the entertaining things and people we found, including Jeff Parker, Ben Templesmith, Steve Lieber, Kate Beaton, and the world's gayest He-Man animation cel. Check out the full gallery after the jump!
Jeff Parker plays wit
Next week, the first issue of Marvel's "Girl Comics" anthology -- a title written, illustrated, edited, colored, and lettered entirely by women -- hits the shelves, and ComicsAlliance has an exclusive preview of the first ten pages