Last week's "Wonder Woman" #600 got the majority of its attention from drastically changing the direction of the book with a new gods-altered timeline, to say nothing of the debut of Jim Lee's controversial costume redesign. As iFanboy pointed out, however, those prominent shakeups were hardly the only worth notici
Being a comics fan means your favorite characters never really go away.
For those who were disappointed to hear that DC has no official plans for Cassandra Cain as of yet, for those who are justifiably skeptical about the rumors that Billy Tucci might write a Cassandra Cain series, and for those who are fond of good, old-fashioned comics meta, there are "Casstoons."
"Casstoons" is a fan-mad
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. SPOILERS FOLLOW.
PETER PARKER, FASHION VICTIM - Siege: Spider-Man One-Shot / Ultimate Spider-Man 9
On the whole it cannot be said that Peter Parker has had an easy life. He's had family members killed, watched loved ones die before his own eyes, been betra
An Adam Hughes-designed Batgirl statue was recently announced in the June solicits for DC Direct, and while pretty, Kevin Church has also noted that it involves Barbara Gordon having a disappointing amount of trouble with basic competence. Will there be an accompanying Batman statue where the Dark Knight stands confused and pouty over a grappling hook that he couldn't quite launch? Like Kevin, we vast
Few things are more cruel than gifting children horribly practical undergarments instead of toys for the holidays. After all, most socks don't feature missile-firing action or battle damage in any enduring way
Miley Cyrus may understand the concept of a secret identity from her years of "Hannah Montana" silliness, starring as a normal girl who essentially puts on a costume to become a rock star. That duality, however, is pretty much where Cyrus' qualifications to play a superhero end