On sale right now in comics shops and via DC Digital is iZombie #19, the latest issue of Chris Roberson and Michael Allred's cult hit Vertigo series about sexy zombie girl Gwen (who has to eat brains to keep from becoming a full-on unsexy zombie) and her variously dead or otherwise supernatural friends as they navigate an increasingly vibrant world of paranormal intrigue (and romance). The Eisner-nominated series is a consistent presence in ComicsAlliance's Don't Ask, Just Buy It! feature, and with the title now available "same day digital," Vertigo provided us with the preview to help e
A repeat offender on ComicsAlliance's "Don't Ask! Just Buy It!" feature, iZombie begins this week a brand new storyline that will give you even fewer excuses not to follow this consistently excellent Vertigo series. Written by Chris Roberson (Superman, Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love) with artwork by Michael Allr
We're big fans of MAC Cosmetics and DC Entertainment's Wonder Woman line of makeup and other products. Like the Hello Kitty collection from Sephora, the Wonder Woman line is as cool and tasteful a cross-corporat
Beginning today and last through January 2, Floating World Comics of Portland, Ore. will host SPACENITE 2, the store's second ROM: Spaceknight-themed art gallery benefiting former attorney and prolific ROM scribe Bill Mantlo. Organized by store owner Jason Leivian, the SPACENITE 2 gallery contains the work of dozens of creators including Mike Allr
"I, Zombie" #1 hit shelves this week from DC/Vertigo, a new comic that follows the exploits of Gwen, a female zombie gravedigger who, once a month, is driven to eat the brains of one of her corpse clients, and in the process absorbs the memories and last wishes of said deceased, prompting her to solve mysteries and embark on adventures. The concept, from writer Chris Roberson, could really go either way, but one thing's for sure, though: Robe
Despite my affection for holiday anthologies, 2009 did not work out well for those particular reading habits. A few missed Wednesdays at the comic shop resulted in me missing nearly every holiday special, including "The House of Mystery Halloween Annual" from Vertigo and its 8-Page prequel to May's ongoing "I, Zombie
We've already mentioned Mike Allred and his new project today, but it'd be mad of us not to post about something as awesome as this mash-up of AMC's sexy '60s drama "Mad Men" and Allred's signature comics character Madman.
Illustrated by comic artist Andre Szymanowicz, the drawing captures "Mad Men" ad man D