Back when I was a kid in the early '90s, there was a video game I liked down at the local arcade called Revolution X. It wasn't what you'd call very good, but what set it apart from similar rail shooters like Time Crisis was the plot, where a sinister organization called the New Order Nation had taken over the world, outlawed rock music and kidnapped Aerosmith, and the only way to make the world safe for Youth Culture was to shoot their dominatrix leader's helicopter with a machine gun that also launched exploding CDs.
I bring all this up b
In what is probably more than just an attempt to more credibly justify its booth at Comic-Con, Suicide Girls has teamed with IDW Publishing to create an official comic book based on the iconic and decidedly not-saf
Because we're feeling the pull of the yuletide (whatever the heck that is), ComicsAlliance decided to start a countdown to Christmas in the tradition of that old holiday standard, The 12 Days of Christmas. Except
ADMIRATION AND JEALOUSY. THERE'S PROBABLY A COOL GERMAN WORD THAT COMBINES THOSE - Mystery Society 1
Creating an action hero leading man involves walking a fine line between making a character jaw-droppingly amazing and making him unbearably perfect. Yes, the hero needs to have
The classic '90s sci-fi TV show "X-Files" has inspired its share of comics over the years, but as we learned at C2E2 yesterday, Special Agents Mulder and Scully will soon be heading back to comics this for a special story: "X-Files/30 Days of Night." The six-issue miniseries will find the two
GUT WRENCHING REUNION!
Niles and Giffen bring horror back to high school!
December 4th, 2007 (Berkeley, CA) - This February the creators behind 30 DAYS OF NIGHT and DC's 52, Steve Niles and Keith Giffen, team up with Image Comics/Shadowline for their newest creation, GUTWRENCHER.
"It's no secret I'm a big fan of horror." Niles said. "However, the ancient curse/serial killer sub-genre is one I hav
When the comic book industry releases its upcoming solicitations (two months in advance), there's always a lot of buzz and fanfare over the announcements for the four "front of the book" publishers: Dark Horse, DC, Image, and Marvel. T