You knew the end of League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century was coming, and as its publication date draws closer we can finally get a pretty good look at the shape it will take. Top Shelf Productions has released the cover, a five-page preview and some info regarding League of Extraordinary Gentleman: Century #3, th
Jim Lee's come a long way over the course of his comic book career. In just two decades he's progressed from illustrating Marvel's Alpha Flight to founding Wildstorm and, most recently, becoming the Co-Publisher of DC Comics itself. While L
Led by new Senior Vice President of Digital Comics, Hank Kanalz, DC Comics' final panel of New York Comic Con 2010 spotlighted the publisher's various initiatives in the emerging digital comics market, including an upcoming DC Android application and some teases about more simultaneous digital and print releases.Also on the panel were DC Co-Publisher Jim Lee, former Zuda maste
The closure of WildStorm comics, the DC imprint who spark had diminished somewhat in recent years, is simply one of several somewhat depressing but necessary reorganizations and shakeups to the structure of DC Comics over the past year as DC Entertainment continues building the new DC Comics. CMX, DC's
Following yesterday's big announcements that DC Entertainment will be moving to Los Angeles and that the Wildstorm imprint will be going to be closing down at the end of December 2010, ComicsAlliance had a chance to speak with not only DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson, but also the two Co-Publishers of DC Comics, Dan DiDio and Jim Lee.
The longtime Executive Editor at DC, DiDio was promot
Shortly after their big bi-coastal restructuing announcement, DC Entertainment has also announced the ending of Wildstorm, the imprint Jim Lee created and that dates back to the founding of Image Comics, and Zuda, their beleaguered online comics imprint that shut down its website earlier in the year. The
The most famous heroic Lombax/robot team in video games should instantly snag the equivalent status in comics when DC/WildStorm launches a new Ratchet and Clank series on September 3. The comics will pick up where the franchise last left off on the PlayStation 3 in 2009's "Ratchet and Clank Future: A Crack In Time" with a follow-up story by Insomniac Games senior writer T