Following months of litigation amid a heap of rumors and innuendo, the battle between the two Archie Comics CEOS has ended, with Nancy Silberkleit and Jon Goldwater settling their feud in court.The details of the legal settlement between Silberkleit and Goldwater that ended the publisher's sexual harassment lawsuit
We've talked a lot here on ComicsAlliance about the progressive approach to storytelling that Archie Comics has been geared towards over the past few years, but the way that they've embraced digital comics has been every bit as forward-thinking. They
Syfy just announced their upcoming television development slate, including a new Booster Gold series. Hopefully, Booster Gold will make it past his pilot, but not all comic-to-TV adaptations do. In f
Movies: Yahoo! Movies has posted two new posters for The Amazing Spider-Man. Looks like the Lizard is going to inflict some dino damage on the Webslinger.
Legal: The New York Times takes a look at the ongoing legal battle between Archie Comics co-CEOs.
Books: The Dark
Movies: The German version of The Avengers movie trailer has an extra bit of footage at the end where Tony Stark, Bruce Banner and Cap all say... well, things in German to each other.
Gaming: Gogii Games has a s
All-American teenager Archie Andrews is used to having finesse his way through heated conflicts and make peace between passionate opponents, being unable to choose between the dueling affections of frenemies Betty and Veronica for about 70 years now, but he's going to find himself in the middle of an all-new conflict this July, when the Occupy movement comes to th
Comics: The Marvel Age looks at fan correspondence from Stan Lee that reveals Dr. Strange was originally supposed to be called Mr. Strange, which is a way better name that Fartface Booger Strange if you ask me.
TV: A Green Arr