Ben Templesmith is one of the most idiosyncratic artists in mainstream comics, with pages whose figures and settings often seem much more dreamlike (or nightmarish, as the case may be) than anything like the harsh realism strived for by many of his peers. The layperson k
Normally, ComicsAlliance Senior Writer Chris Sims answers comics and comics culture questions from our readers every week, but as Halloween approaches, things are about to get terrifying! This month, Chris answers your spoooooooky questions... from beyond the grave!
Superhero comics have with increasing frequency been turning out stories that match epic scope with epic length, with massive world-saving adventures featuring casts of hundreds covering several issue-long arcs crossing over into multiple other books with spin-offs and tie-ins. And
Sequart Research and Literary Organization has released a new trailer for Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts, the forthcoming documentary film about the acclaimed and influential comic book writer. The new clip features va
On sale now is SVK by Warren Ellis and Matt "D'Israeli" Brooker, a new detective story that's particularly remarkable not just because of the typically superlative work of both creators but also because of the technology the book employs. SVK uses an invisible ultraviolet ink to conceal the inner monologues of it
The WonderCon edition of Marvel's Cup O' Joe panel began with the new theatrical trailer for Captain America: The First Avenger and the latest animated teaser for Fear Itself. Chief Creative Officer Joe Que
Created by Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson, Transmetropolitan took a vivid look into a possible (maybe likely?) future where excess and depravity and technology and convenience converged with paradoxically beautiful and wretched results for humanity and politics, as seen through the eyes of outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem. The Vertigo series was one of the most idiosyncratic comics on the shelves, and the aestheti