When I started soliciting questions for my Halloween-themed Ask Chris columns, one of the questions I got pretty often was about whether there was a comic book character that I found to be genuinely frightening. There are certainly a few, like the Invunche from Swamp Thing that are built from such disturbing, horrifying imagery that they stick with you
There's nothing quite like the cognitive dissonance dog owners every time they take their pooch out to, uh... eliminate. On one hand, you're proud of your pup -- especially if you house trained it yourself -- for doing its thing outside
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DC Comics may have left Clark Kent's longtime super-pet to a grim fate on the planet Krypton as part of their New 52 Superman continuity shakeup, but Krypto's spirit lives on in Sonny, the beloved canine companion of comics writer Steve Niles (30 Days of Night, Criminal Macabre). An 8-year-old greyhound mix, Son
DC Comics' kids line may include titles like "Super Friends" and "Batman: The Brave and the Bold," but there's never too many avenues to hook youngsters on the magic of superpowered adventuring. With that in mind, the publisher has partnered with Capstone Imprint Picture Window Books for six new children's books starring the DCU's most powerful pets illustrated by none other than "Tiny Titans" maestro (and Eisner winner) Art Baltazar. Can I get an "Aw Yeah
As one of the most beloved super pets in comics, Superman's dog Krypto can usually be counted on for a sunny disposition. But what if the popular pooch succumbed to a Kryptonian version of rabies? How would the Man of Steel respond? Fortunately the twisted mind of Max Huffman has the answer in