This week, DC released their solicitations for September, and with them, the eyebrow-raising art for Catwoman #0, in which artist Guillem March -- an artist we're generally pretty fond of here at ComicsAlliance -- poses the title character in a way that we can charitably refer to as "anatomically dubious." Featuring a high-angle shot of Catwoman in which her face, breasts and butt are on display at the same time (plus a single foot, for those of you who are into that), it honestly loo
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Meredith Gran will be joined by a quartet of killer cover artists next month as the new Adventure Time spinoff comic from Boom! Studios, Marceline and the Scream Queens, rocks on across the Land of Ooo and into comic shops. Today The Boom!Pen let loose cover art from June's Marceline and the Scream Queens #2, featuring the wor
Adventure Time fans, prepare for a double dose of monthly comics. Joining Boom! Studios' regular monthly AT comic in July is an all-new spinoff series, Adventure Time: Marceline and the Scream Queens. Written and illustrated by Octopus Pie cre
When I was nine years old, Nickelodeon introduced my brain to the Nicktoon, and my brain never looked back. I spent sick days watching the dystopic adventures of Rocko's Modern Life. I wrote my college thesis with Hey Arnold! playing in the background. I spent many a b
Cartoonist Kate Beaton has created another characteristically hilarious webcomic lampooning the popular treatment of female characters in mainstream American comics. Called Strong Female Characters, the strip is inspired by characters Beaton created in a Twitter-based collaboration/conversation with fellow cartoonists Meredith Gran and Carly Monardo. The violent, scantily clad team of female commandos includes Georgia O'Quee
Pokémon can evolve into scary realistic things when put into the hands of the right artists, and a cabal of creators including Meredith Gran of "Octopus Pie" and Aaron Diaz of "Dresden Codak" has unleashed a Tumblr account full of original creature entries imagining themselves as Water, Poison and Dark types with cartoonist-appropriate abilities.
The Pokémon self-portraits outline their evolutionary stages in th