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Imagine someone told you there were going to be more Watchmen comics without Alan Moore or Dave Gibbons. Now you have some idea of what The Boondocks fans felt on Friday when news broke that the long awaited fourth season of the award-winning animated series would finally debut on April 21, but without its revered creator, cartoonist Aaron McGruder.
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Movies: The Robot Chicken DC Comics Special is set for release on Blu-ray and DVD on July 9.
Lego: New images of the Lego DC Universe Super Heroes "Superman: Battle of Smallville" set have arrived online, wit
After a two year wait that was much-too-long for fans of the series, The Venture Bros. is back. The irreverent comedy, from creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer, has been one of the premiere features of the Adult Swim lineup for over a decade, and was renewed for two more seasons almost purely on the strength of the demand from its fervent fan base.
Season five kicks off May 19th at midnight, and Adult Swim has released
Now available from IDW Publishing and The Library of American Comics is Genius, Illustrated - the middle entry in a three volume project that examines the life and career of the undeniably great and simultaneously vastly unappreciated artist Alex Toth. Written and compiled by Dean Mullaney and Bruce
Starting next week, Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block will officially restore your chance to anime your life away via basic cable on Saturday nights. That's right, the fan-favorite Toonami will return on Satu
As the record will show, checking out nifty art and watching cartoons are two of the things we love more than anything else here at ComicsAlliance. That's why we were pretty excited about the the Adult Swim themed art show at the pop culture themed Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles. With artists taking their ins
As announced earlier this month at New York Comic Con, the pop culture parody show Robot Chicken will make the heroes of DC Comics the focus of an upcoming animated special in the tradition of its very popular Star Wars skewerings. Adult Swim released on Monday our first look at the show with a clip starring Green Lantern Hal Jordan and his classic villain Sinestro. The video, which