One is a kind, caring and sweet person who wants to make a difference. The other is brash and feels isolated from a world that would paint it as an outsider. Somehow, they find a common bond and fall in love, which makes both of their lives a little bit more complete. The archetypes behind the classic fairy tale "The Beauty and the Beast" are ones you can spot again and again in stories dating back centuries. We've assembled some of our favorite examples of "beauty and beast" romances in comics.
The curious habit of collecting digital trading cards continues to grow, with major companies like Topps and Upper Deck holding center court. There's plenty of room in the space for smaller companies to pick up the slack though, and as users of Quidd can attest, that app has being doing a more than serviceable job hitting more niche properties. Already hosting card and "sticker" sets based on Bob's Burgers, Valiant comics, Star Trek and more, Quidd is now teaming up with Cryptozoic to bring some Cartoon Network favorites to fans eager for more Steven Universe, Rick and Morty and Adventure Time collectibles.
In just over a decade, Boom Studios has established itself as one of the most important publishers in comics, and key to its success is the all-ages Kaboom imprint, headed up by editor Shannon Watters.
A former Tokyopop copy editor and assistant editor on titles like Irredeemable and Elric, Watters has been a part of Boom from the ground up, and even with licenses for some of the biggest properties on the planet, Watters and the creators under her have consistently traced their own path, to the delight and benefit of critics and readers.
The Castlevania video game series has long been rumored for one adaptation of another, so might an animated series finally be getting off the ground? That’s the rumor du jour, as reports suggest Adventure Time executive producer Fred Seibert is gearing up to announce a new take on the vampire property.
At least some of Adventure Time’s enduring appeal has to do with a cheerful face atop what seems to be a post-apocalyptic world, and before the series finally ends in 2018, it seems fans may finally learn the full story. A new 2017 miniseries teases an answer to the absent humanity, and we’ve already got the opening credits.
It’s that blessed time of the year where we all try to take stock of what we’ve done with our lives and what other people have created that we enjoyed. That’s right, it’s time to start putting together our “Best of 2016″ lists, and today we’re going to take a look at the Best Boom Studios Covers of 2016.
Every once in a while an animated work comes along that's able to charm viewers among children and adults alike. Adventure Time is most definitely one of those shows, thanks to its fantastic wit and the occasional bit of grim reality underneath its candy coated surface. It’s no wonder then that with such a following, Adventure Time has seen quite a bit of love from cosplay community.
As a franchise, Adventure Time has been a huge boon to Boom Studios, with an incredibly successful ongoing series, multiple minis, and a host of original graphic novels lighting up the sales charts. Now the publisher's Kaboom imprint has announced Adventure Time: Islands, an original graphic novel from show writer Ashly Burch and artist Diigii Daguna, which goes back in time to the aftermath of the Mushroom War for a story featuring Bunny Girl and her tribe of human survivors.
“Our mission is to make everyone on the face of the planet a comic fan,” says Comixology CEO David Steinberger. Today, Comixology has revealed a new step in that plan with Comixology Originals, a line of digital comics in partnership with print publishers, available exclusively on Comixology and Kindle.
The adventure is officially over. Yes, Cartoon Network’s most beloved cult hit has officially named a time to bring the long-running Adventure Time to an official close, albeit one we have a few years to build up to. Find out what creators have to say about the end, as well as the future!