Just as the first issue of his new comics anthology CLINT sells out, writer Mark Millar (Ultimates, Kick-Ass) has announced an expansion of his comics entrepreneurship in the form of Kapow!, a new convention that he promises will bring the San Diego Comic-Con experience to London. In a video message announcing the endeavor
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In the final issue of Grant Morrison's Batman and Robin, arguably the best reviewed comic book starring Batman since Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns in the 1980s, billionaire Bruce Wayne makes public something that has heretofore been one of the great secrets of DC Comics' Batman myth.
When Warner Bros. adapts DC stories into animated features, there's always a question of how many details will transcend comic book continuity and enter a final feature intended for general audiences
As you might expect, we here at ComicsAlliance staff sees a lot of previews come across our desks, to the point where it's pretty easy to get jaded, even with things that are acutely designed to get us interested in upcoming comics. But every now
Just as DC reintroduced readers to Archie's Red Circle characters and enfolded them into core continuity, so too will the publisher tackle updating Tower Comics' '60s adventurers the "T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents
In honor of Wednesday's release of "Superman" #700, the DC Universe Blog is celebrating a week devoted entirely to the Man of Steel, and today, they're taking a look at what is probably -- and by that I mean definitely -- the best Superman story of the past 20 years: Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's "All-Star Superman."
The twelve-issue series gets the deluxe Absolute format treatment this fall, and in addi