Artist Phil Postma, who recently brought his toon style to a September variant cover on IDW's Judge Dredd series, has posted a series of images to his blog of some sadly fictional cerealsSuperman fans may soon be clamoring to make real. Cereal manufacturers Kellogg's, General Mills and Post will want to pay heed, too, as the artist's design work stands head and shoulders above most super market aisle fair. Most CA readers probably couldn't walk past boxes bearing these designs without filling a shopping cart... or three.
DC's WTF month continues apace with the newly revealed gatefold cover of Superboy #19 insinuating that the titular character could be the son of a surprising pairing, though his previous appearances seemed to indicate he was a clone similar to the pre-New 52 Superboy.
Also curious: Solicited writer Tom DeFalco's
With the Injustice: Gods Among Us Battle Arena social media campaign rolling out in-game fighting footage and associated character reveals it's easy to lose sight of one of the most important facts associated with the DC Comics fighting game: Lex Luthor is a huge jerk. A new trailer for one of the upcoming game's Collector's Edition offerings (which includes "New 52" costume skins for Bat
Just how brutal will the fight between the World's Greatest Superheroes get in this Spring's upcoming Injustice: Gods Among Us video game? A new trailer offers some quick glimpses at in-game footage featuring the Flash, Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman in action... as well as a chance to see a certain battlesuit-sporting bald scientistget in on the whole thing, as well. Click through to see Lex and friends doing what they do.
Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes continues to provide curious fans with fresh looks at its blocky cast of heroes and villains, debuting three new screen shots this week on VideoGamer. Set for release on basically every videogame system on June 19, Lego Batman 2 will pit Batman, Robin, Superman, Green Lanter
Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's why every week, Senior Writer Chris Sims puts his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: With which character is there the greatest gulf between the quality of the hero and that of their villains? -- @JammyNorman
A: After last week's column about the Riddler, I've gotten a lot of questions about villains, but none had the precise grammar of this one. Plus, it's a pretty interesting subject. I mean
While some folks view the Republican primaries as America's greatest reality TV show, left-leaning viewers may see it as a choice between four political supervillains (or three supervillains and the somewhat less potent Ron Paul). Fron