Marvel Comics announced on Saturday the coming of Brilliant, a new creator-owned series written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Mark Bagley. On sale in July and hyped as "More Social Network than Avengers," the serie
This weekend, the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo kicks off its second year in the Windy City's McCormick Place. Sadly, none of the staffers here at ComicsAlliance are going to be in attendance this year, but in a bit of wishful thinking, we discovered that for a relatively new show, C2E2 has a lot going on.
So much, in fact, that it might be a little overwhelming, even for a seasoned con-goer.
As visitors of this past weekend's C2E2 return to their regularly-scheduled lifestyles and allow themselves to process the comics, toys and various plagues they may or may not have acquired over the 3-day convention, it's a fine time to reflect on what went down on the show floor
Between hitting panels and charging my MacBook in the pressroom this past weekend, I couldn't help but notice that the cosplay crowd had heeded C2E2's call in full effect. Thankfully my wife and de facto C2E2 photographer was prepared to catch costumed fans as they alternated between posing and communicating in-character to straight shopping throughout the convention's three-day debut
The classic '90s sci-fi TV show "X-Files" has inspired its share of comics over the years, but as we learned at C2E2 yesterday, Special Agents Mulder and Scully will soon be heading back to comics this for a special story: "X-Files/30 Days of Night." The six-issue miniseries will find the two
The X-Men have faced down (and defeated) Apocalypse more than a few times over the years, but this October Rick Remender and Jerome Opeña will explore how a new team of mutants responds to ancient villain in "X-Force" #1, where they face the world-ending threat of Apocalypse... in
It's not hugely uncommon for less-than-saintly heroes to hit the wrong side of the underworld, but it is rare for the bodies they leave behind to be repurposed by another soul. Unfortunately for Wolverine, his near-unkillable facade is the kind of physical real estate that his many enemies would kill for
Thanks to the "Twilight effect," vampires seem a bit like ubiquitous pop culture garnish these days, but in the upcoming "Mutants vs. Vampires" arc that begins in a relaunched "X-Men" #1 by Victor Gischler and Paco Medina in July, Marvel is aiming to make the bloodsuckers a bit more than storyline sprinkles
Updated: In yet another big announcement out of the's Cup O' Joe panel at C2E2, Marvel announced that Matt Fraction's indie masterpiece "Casanova," which was illustrated by brothers Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon and published by Image Comics, will soon be moving to Marvel's creator-owned Icon imprint, a shift that Fraction says "will allow us to do the book and to do it as we intended to do it."
The book will be repacka