Do you want the bad news or the good news first? Well, let's get the bad news out of the way first: Venerable Golden Age comics artist Sheldon Moldoff passed away at age 91 this week. Moldoff helped define the look of the original Batman and Robin comics, and co-created Bat-Mite,
week in review
And so ends another week at ComicsAlliance. And soon, a new week at ComicsAlliance begins. In the mean time, here's our weekly look at the week.
-Image Comics announced their 2012 slate of projects at thei
The week may be over, but the week-in-review is just beginning. Meet me after the jump for our weekly recap of ComicsAlliance's weekly coverage.
-Archie Comics will publish a storyline in which the Occupy moveme
Valentine's Day came and went last week, and the holiday dedicated to love, romance and the sexual expression of such got we at ComicsAlliance thinking about sex, sexiness and how those things are portrayed in comics
Hey guys, what up with you? Good, good glad to hear it. What's up with me? Oh, nothing much. And comics, what's up with comics? Well, let's see: Publisher Dark Horse and the creative team behind their official comic book continuation of the TV series are daring what could be the most SPOILERIFIC and controver
Another week of ComicsAlliance content compiled conveniently for you! DC Comics certainly "won" the week in terms of news-making, beginning with our original coverage of the initial Watchmen expansion announcement. Here's some of the initial reaction from creators and industry observers on Twitter, and a collection of reaction quotes
Did you hear about DC Entertainments "We Can Be Heroes" campaign to raise funds for humanitarian efforts in Africa? Or Chip Zdarsky's pitch to DC for a Watchmen 2? Well what about Achewood cartoonist Chris Onstad's new job? If not, then chances are you might have missed a day here at C
It was a week of highly charged controversy at ComicsAlliance, as guest-columnist Mark Pellegrini explored some of the Christian objections to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles that arose during the TMNT's 90s heyday (in the letter columns of their old Archie Comics series, of all places), Andrew Wheeler took at look at the myth of the sexy superman and the lack of equal opportunity ogling in super-comics and a local TV station channeled the spirit of Wertham with an alarmed story on the content
This week Laura Hudson spoke at length with the back-from-hiatus Achewood creator Chris Onstad in a wide-ranging interview, Fiona Staples' beautiful cover for her upcoming book with Brian K. Vaughan Saga caught the notice of painter Dave Dorman for an unusual reason and Diamond Comics Distributo
Welcome to the end of the first week of 2012. It's the perfect time to take one last look at the year in comics that just ended, and we did so with our 11 Best Comics of 2011, which you can review here, if you missed it. This week also saw the mysterious hooded lady that appeared in DC's Flashpoint #5 and all 52 of the publisher's September #1's get a