Ah Paris, the city of love. Of course, Paris has offered its love to many things over its long history, from art to fine dining to efficient dismemberment of the former ruling class. The latest issue of Northlanders story takes readers back to the city during 885 A.D., when
On sale now is Northlanders #37, beginning the "Siege of Paris" storyline. Illustrated by Simon Gane (Dark Reign: A New Orleans Story) with color by Dave McCaig and covers by Massimo Carnevale, this latest three-part tale from Brian Wood retells what Vertigo calls a relatively unsung chapter in Vik
It's been a month of milestones for Brian Wood and Vertigo Comics. In the span of just a few weeks, the writer's prominent "DMZ" arrived at its 50th issue, followed by the return of he and Becky Cloonan's "Demo" with a brand new second volume. The achievements aren't quite over, however, as the Nordic-themed "Northlander
With 2009 about to draw to a close, now seems like a good time to look back on a year of Wednesdays and remind myself of the reason I buy new comics every week. To remember that it's worth sifting through the piles of never-ending zombie comics, celebrity biography cash-ins and Barack Obama team-ups because every once in a while you find a great story with beautiful artwork
ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest -- and best -- books coming out this week.
STOP ME IF YOU KNOW HOW THIS ENDS - Captain America: Who Will Wield the Shield?
If I learned anything from the holiday classic "Jingle All the Way," a movie which I have never actually seen, it is that the true meaning of Christmas is finding that one special gift that no one else can give because there is a limited supply and you got there before everyone else did.
Appropriately, this is the quandary at the hea
MR. MOUSE, MEET YOUR NEW FRIENDS Strange Tales #1/Incognito #6
The phrase "jiggling, voluptuous chaos that is the human female form" is probably not the first thing most of you think about when Disney is mentioned. I recognize that for s
ComicsAlliance runs down the biggest -- and best -- books of the week.
GRATEFUL FOR A STORY LONG OVERDUE IN Detective Comics #854. When DC reintroduced the character of Batwoman, the mainstream press had a field day with the announcement that she was a lesbian. Executive Editor Dan DiDio said, "th