As 2011 draws to close, ComicsAlliance has assembled its annual list of the best comics and graphic novels of the year with the help of our editors, writers, and readers. Like any list, it is naturally subjective, but we've packed it chock full of eleven comics that have awed us, excited us, and entertained us over the last 12 months and books that we're passionate about recommending. Read about #11-
Have we told you we like Marvel's new Daredevil comic book? In particular, we're extremely fond of series artist Paolo Rivera, whose art you've seen lots in CA's Best Art Ever (This Week) feature and in the Hitler-punching Captain America: The First Avenger poster. Rivera's work o
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, check out this advance look at Daredevil #7, featuring the return of artist Paolo Rivera following a brief fill-in by the equally brilliant Marcos Martin. The Mark Waid-written series is among the best received of
Rocktober? Shocktober? Mohawktober? Here at ComicsAlliance, we just can't decide what we want to celebrate this month, so we're bringing you a different monthly theme every day! Today, we're honoring the achievements of Matt Murdock, who rose up from childhood poverty to become one of New York's most accomplished trial lawyers. We understand he is a
On sale this week from Marvel Comics is Daredevil #3, continuing Mark Waid and Paolo Rivera's compelling new take on the sonar-guided hero of Hell's Kitchen. The new issue finds Matt Murdock out of a job and Daredevil squaring off ag
Senior Editor Steve Wacker led an all-star panel of Spider-Man talent on Friday at Comic-Con International in San Diego, where the Marvel crew discussed what fans can expect from the upcoming "Spider Island" event, whereby everybody in Manhattan finds themselves in possession of the same powers as Spider-Man, as well as new series like Daredevil and The Punisher. Panelists included Zeb Wells of Avenging Spider-Man, Humberto Ramos of Amazing Spider-Man, Mark Waid of Daredevil, Ric
After 70 years of countless published illustrations, the most famous image of Captain America remains his very first appearance on the cover of Captain America Comics #1 in 1941. Created by Joe Simon and
TV: Fans will have to wait until at least 2013 to find out for sure, but HBO's plans for adapting Neil Gaiman's American Gods sound pretty legit -- like a $3-4 million budget per episode under Tom Hanks, legit.
Sci-Fi: Not every spinoff is sound,
On sale in July is the first issue of the all-new Daredevil series from Marvel Comics. Written by Captain America: Man Out of Time's Mark Waid with artwork by the incredible Paolo Rivera and Marcos Martin, Daredevil promises to be a heroic reinvigoration of the blind vigilante following a decade spent almost exclusively in noir territory. Marvel's released an advance preview of Daredevil #1 that you can check out after the cut, including a variant cover by Neal Adams.
First announced at C2E2 in March, the new D
Animation: The Venture Bros. has at least two more seasons in store, plus a special. Psyched!
Publishing: Disney's making with the Marvel magazinery this summer, with Thor and Captain America on the agenda.
Threads: Brian Azzarello fans, heed the call. Threa