Jeff Lemire has had a busy year. Along with continuing his critically-acclaimed work on Sweet Tooth for Vertigo, his run on Animal Man has been considered among the highlights of DC's New 52 initiative, and the Underwater Welder, his creator owned book from Top Shelf, is a New York Times bestseller and one of the most highly regarded graphic novels of 2012. Again, he's had a busy ye
Fans who read the original run of Valiant Comics' Harbinger would almost certainly identify Faith Herbert, a.k.a. Zephyr, as the beating heart of the book's team of super-powered teen protagonists. A fun-loving fan of all things nerdy, Zephyr wa
Upcoming: None other than Ninjak will make his return to comics in Valiant's X-O Manowar on September 12.
TV: The next Power Rangers series, Power Rangers Megaforce, will apparently include 42 episodes, two holiday specials and run for two seasons through 2014.
Opinion: Alyssa Rosenberg discusses how men can con
The newly revived Valiant Comics has officially announced the creative team behind its first release. The Surrogates and The Homeland Directive writer Robert Venditti and artist Cary Nord of Conan fame will bring a time-displaced Visigoth trapped inside the most powerful weapon in the universe to stores in X-O Manowar #1 on May 2. More X-O, plus other preview material, will also be available in Val
The latest incarnation of Valiant Comics will give fans a first look at its new takes on X-O Manowar, Bloodshot, Harbinger and more on May 5 as part of Free Comic Book Day 2012. According to Valiant's press release, the Valiant Comics 2012 FCBD issue will coincide with the release of its new line of #1 issues, establishing a rough time period for when fans can expect to see the publisher's material arrive in stores. The FCBD issue will feat
This week marks the North American release of "The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks" on the Nintendo DS, the latest adventurous installment in one of the richest and most popular videogame series of, well, all time I suppose. And every beloved video game series deserves comics to go along with it, amirite?
The Super Mario Brothers aren't just the stars of this week's biggest video game release on the Wii, nor were they simply the heroes of one of the most disastrous films of the 1990s - they were also comic book legends.
Well, legends might be pushing it, but brothers Mario and Luigi certainly have some comic book credibility to their name. TRsRoc