Like a lot of longtime Superman fans, I found myself experiencing my share of cognitive and emotional dissonance watching the new Man of Steel movie. One thing was clear, however: Faora was totally dope! The Kryptonian killing machine has her own unique history in DC Comics lore, but the movie version especially resonated with me because she's essentially the closest thing Dragon Ball Z fans may ever see to a live action Vegeta (the less we all entertain the idea of a sequel to Dragonball: Evolution, the better). Indulge in a comparison chart detailing some key similarities and differences between the two proud/psychotic alien warriors with us after the cut, but beware of mild spoilers if you haven't seen MoS just yet.
It probably goes without saying that here at ComicsAlliance, we've been thinking a lot about shocking returns this week, and not just because they'e a pretty well-worn plot device. We've had some first-hand experience with it over the past few days, and I'm not gonna lie: They can be pretty surreal. Of course, we only have the return of a website to talk about, so I can't even imagine how strange it would be if, say, an entire planet came back from the dead one day.
Over a lifetime of reading comics, Senior Writer Chris Sims has developed an inexhaustible arsenal of facts and opinions. That's why, each and every week, we turn to you to put his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: Chris, there have been a wide amount of versions of Supergirl over the years. Which is the best, which is th
Records: Joe Wos has been working to complete the largest-ever hand drawn maze... since July. So far it looks like the last Guinness World Record holder may be in trouble.
Anime: "Collectors Appear" in a new clip from the upcoming Mass Effect: Paragon Lost anime.
Toys: Scribblenauts fans can now roll through Hardee's/Carl's Jr. for "Carl's
No longer will you have to aimlessly look up in the sky searching for Superman's home planet; astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has discovered Krypton -- or, at least, the closest thing to it in reality -- and he wants to tell you where you can find it for yourself.The discovery comes after DC Comics rea
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