Just because President Obama won re-election last week, that doesn't mean that the apocalyptic horror world that Mitt Romney and various right-wing elements promised us were forthcoming won't actually happen
Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's every week, Senior Writer Chris Sims puts his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: Who's the better American icon: Superman or Scrooge McDuck? -- @crimsondude
A: While my pick for the best American icon in comics would probably go to Wild Dog -- who drives a pick-up truck, wears a football jersey and ca
Superman is perhaps best known for the qualities that make him so different from the average American, like being able to fly, shoot lasers from his eyes, deflect bullets, and generally be a solar-powered, nigh-omnipotent alien. But despite his
On a similar theme, check out this message from Passive Aggressive Notes that an American student left for the European students who share a university apartment with him in England, and refuse to take out the trash:
Note the thoughtful illustrations of the three symbols selected to represent America: Cheeseburgers, flags, and Superman.
The 4th of July may be over, but if you want to be an EXTREME patriot all year round, consider wearing this shirt based on an "Overcompensating" cartoon making fun of Bill O'Reilly.
As the page at the Topatoco t-shirt store explains, this is the new symbol of America: a crying, xenophobic, bat