Following the success of Spaceman, the Vertigo miniseries that reunited the entire team behind the multiple Eisner award winning 100 Bullets, DC Comics and Vertigo have announced that writer Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso are revisiting the world of their critically acclaimed crime series, and once again the r
Today is the first day of Emerald City Comicon in Seattle. It also happens to be the first day of Women's History Month, and Dynamite Entertainment is kicking off both with a big announcement, as the publisher revealed today that Gail Simone has signed on to write a new ongoing Red Sonja series, with the first issue arriving in stores this summer. Further, each cover will be created by a rotating cast of women artists,
Today much of ComicsAlliance is en route to Seattle to cover Emerald City Comicon, where we'll be serving up our usual brand of coverage from the floor, from panels and, of course... from the shado
Spanning three floors of the Seattle's Washington State Convention Center, this past weekend's Emerald City Comicon 2012 was piled high with two of ComicsAlliance's favorite things: comic creators and their fans. This cross sect
Oni Press announced at Emerald City Comic Con today that it is now the official publisher of Penny Arcade, a massively popular gaming webcomic that revolves around Gabe and Tycho, the alter egos of creators Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins. The success of the strip, which boasts four million monthly readers, has lead to spin-off
This evening at Emerald City Comicon in Seattle, Washington, Bryan Lee O'Malley announced that his hugely acclaimed and best-selling Scott Pilgrim, a six-volume black and white graphic novel series from Oni Press, will be reissued as a deluxe, resized, full-color hardcover series beginning this year. The new coloring comes courtesy of Nathan Fairbairn, known to ComicsAlliance readers for his
Animation: The cast and crew of Disney XD's Ultimate Spider-Man discuss the upcoming show alongside a dash of new footage.
Movies: It seems the live action Flash movie is still making a run at it, according to screenwriter Dan Mazeau.
Tech: The Tricorder from Star Trek is a little bit closer
This weekend, comic book fans and pros are flocking to Seattle for Emerald City Comicon. It's a magical time, when the aisles are lined with quarter bins and fans can tell their favorite writers exactly where their comics went wrong. Conv