Every year around this time, shops and advertisers start harshing the collective mellow of millions of youngsters by rolling out back-to-school gear. But have heart, students! There's still several weeks of summer left and you can readily savor the spirit of fun-in-the-sun with next Wednesday's Adventure Time: Summer Special 2013 #1. Containing stories by Noelle Stevenson, Ryan Pequin, Emily Partridge and the team of Frank Gibson and Becky Dreisdat, the issue promises sunburnless stories starring heroes who are on an eternal summer vacation (although Finn could probably use some math lessons, if we're all being honest with ourselves). Boom! has provided us with an early look at the special issue, and you can read it all after the jump.
It's been awhile since we checked in on Chris Yates' artful line of handcrafted puzzles and it seems we discovered a new wave his Baffler comic creator collaborations not a minute too soon. Actually, in a sense, we're several hundred minutes too late! You see, the eBay auctions just wrapped for Yates' latest Baf
Pendelton Ward's Adventure Time animated series is beloved in its usual form by viewers, cosplayers and readers of Boom! Studios monthly comic book series, but season three's episode "Fionna and Cake," which reversed the cast's genders (and in Jake's case, species) is arguably the most popular. With this in mind, B
It's not every day a sentient hot dog that looks like an actual dog turns... three? That's why Princess Bubblegum, Lumpy Space Princess and other esteemed royal ladies of the Land of Ooo have come together in "Happy Birthday Hot Dog Princess," a special backup story by Frank Gibson and Becky Dreistadt running in Adventure Time #8. HDP's b-day soiree won't
Here at ComicsAlliance, we love Pokémon. Part of it, of course, is that we fully endorse the idea of dropping out of elementary school and wandering the country alone at the age of 10, fighting massive gangland conspiracies with the aid of a trained animal that can shoot lightning out of its face. But the other part of it is the Pokémon themselves, and the designs that take familiar thin