A more appropriate name for DC Comics' Convergence event, at least the miniseries that will accompany the main series for two months next spring, may be "Nostalgia Trip."
DC has been rolling out titles and creative teams for the 40 planned series week by week. The first batch focused on the publisher's pre-New 52 continuity. The second focused on the 1990s (including WildStorm), and the third seemed to center on the 1980s.
The fourth and final group of miniseries, which DC announced Tuesday, covers a much wider time period: All of DC's pre-Crisis On Infinite Earths continuity. And there's another twist: They all take place on defined and listed alternate Earths which existed before the company's last line-wide reboot in the 1980s.
Last year's winner of the Eisner award for Best Anthology, Dark Horse Presents has been one of ComicsAlliance's favorite titles since it was relaunched in 2011 to continue the classic and influential series' tradition of showcasing emerging talent alongside some of the greatest writers, artists and cartoonists mainstream and underground comics has to offer. Each issue comes with quirky, undiluted excursions into th
Time travel has a mixed reputation in sci-fi. Sometimes it's used as part of cautionary tales, other times it's a force for pure awesome. Adventure Time #7 will touch on this discrepancy in all its algebraicness out August 22, and the consequences could be suitably mathematical. The issue's main story will be
Fresh off his Eisner win for this year's I Thought You Would Be Funnier, a collection of cartoons rejected by The New Yorker, Shannon Wheeler is back with a new project that some people may also find objectionable, or at least feel a little guilty about laughing about. Grandpa Won't Wake Up is illustrated by Wheeler from a story by Simon Max Hill, and depicts the extremely grim but increasingly outrageous attempts
"I thought it would be funnier If I got left off the Eisner ballot, but I guess not!" said cartoonist Shannon Wheeler in a press release discussing the accidental omission of his I Thought You Would Be Funnier graphic novel -- which is nominated for Best Humor Publication -- from the online ballot. A revised ballot is now available on Comic-Con's website,
San Diego Comic-Con is over, and as both fans and pros wend their way through the recovery process, ComicsAlliance talked with creators across the industry about their best and worst moments from the leviathan convention that annually eats the comics industry whole, spins up our bones, and uses them for toothpicks
In an exciting break away from his limelighted character, Too Much Coffee Man, Shannon Wheeler delivers Screw Heaven, When I Die I'm Going to Mars. This masterful collection of intense coffee-fueled cynicism sheds a humorous light on life's little nuances and annoyances. The trials an
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