Wonder Woman and Superman have long seemed like they'd make a nice match -- they both have blue eyes and blue-black hair, they're both superheroes with similar powers, they wear matching costumes. But maybe they look a little too much alike to work? In any case, since one or both of them are usually romantically entangled elsewhe
Marvel's Director of Communications - Publishing & Digital Media Arune Singh introduced the members of the publisher's "Next Big Thing" panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday: Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso, editor Sana Amanat, talent scout C.B. Cebulski, writer Marjorie
It's become something of an annual tradition, comics/geek websites producing clever and condescending guidelines for convention etiquette, especially with respect to that most holy privilege of interacting with creative professionals
Over the past few years, IDW has become the premier publisher for licensed comics with properties like Ghostbusters, Star Trek, Godzilla, and Doctor Who under their belt, and today, they're getting even bigger with the huge announcement that they will be adapting Tommy Wiseau's groundbreaking film, The Room, into a five-issue comic book miniseries.
"The Room is a franchise with almost limitless potential," said IDW editor Irving D. Wilmore. "These are characters that have captured the imaginations of an entire generation, characters that
Marvel's Welcome to the X-Men panel at New York Comic Con discussed "X-Men: Serve & Protect," the newest "X-Men" storyline from Victor Gischler and Chris Bachalo, and Editor Axel Alonso revealed that the fallout from the "Curse of the Mutants" storyline will be a miniseries called "Wolverine and Jubilee."Kathryn Immonen is providing the script for "Wolver
Arguably the most influential voice from DC's original "Young Justice" comic book is back for more. From Comic-Con comes news that Peter David will be writing for Cartoon Network's upcoming "Young Justice" animated series
Superhero comics have always featured a lot of explosions and people in brightly colored spandex punching each other, but despite some of the more fantastic aspects of the genre, numerous writers and artists have used comics to address serious and timely social issues