Lets Be Friends Again
Your favorite man on the street reporter, Clark Kent, is back with the question everyone's asking this week: What is your New Year's resolution?
Enjoy a brief interlude from the fierce torrent of critically important and hugely relevant news that comes every October 31 with this special edition of Let's Be Friends Again in which Curt Franklin and Chris Haley imagine the Halloween costumes of our favorite superheroes.
Lil' Bruce Wayne as Superman and Lil' Clark Kent as Batman
Guess who I am, Br
These are difficult economic times in America, and nobody knows that pain quite as acutely as large, multi-national corporations. Even Bruce Wayne's Wayne Enterprises has felt the squeeze, and with so many extra... R&
These days nearly everyone you meet seems to be connected in a social network like Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, or Linked In -- even, unfortunately, people like your bosses and parents. But what about super-heroes? If they lived in our world, caped crusaders would surely be enmeshed in social networks, so what would that look like? ComicsAlliance is here to help you imagine what might happen in a recurring piece called Super-Hero Social Networking, by Curt Franklin and Chris Haley of the webcomic Let's Be Friends Again.
Today we find Superman str
In today's original comic by Curt Franklin and artist Chris Haley of the superhero webcomic "Let's Be Friends Again," we continue breaking down the history of Superman in a recurring segment we call Comics, Everybody! Check out our first installment to learn more about Superman and his nemesis, rocks, and then read on!