Movies: Two new posters from X-Men: First Class show Charles and Erik in their prime. If only they'd have looked into their reflections in puddles of water and glimpsed the future. So much fighting could h
While it's pretty safe to say that the timeless joy of Bill Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes comic strips at least partially eclipses the more sinister ambiguity conjured by the 1999 cinematic adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk's Fight Club, there's something to be said for Gorilla Mask's trailer mashup of the two. Attempts to comedically re-frame the relationship between young Calvin and his tiger pal H
Merrrry Christmas, ComicsAlliance readers! Because you've all been so awesome about contributing your creativity to the numerous contests and other participatory events we've had in 2010, we wanted to give you something special during this gift-giving season
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It's hard to believe it's been ten fifteen years since the last Calvin and Hobbes comic strip, but it has (deal with it). Bill Watterson famously
The success of Christopher Nolan's "Inception" has had a lot of viewers (ourselves included) pondering the nature of dreams - specifically the idea of layered realities or dreams within dreams. So naturally, "Calvin and Hobbes" creator Bill Watterson explored the matter to some ext
There are some mysteries sequential art fans will take to their graves. Who was really under V's mask? Was Batman originally intended to let KGBeast die? Perhaps the most unsolvable mystery, however, pertains to Bill Watterson's "Calvin & Hobbes" and whether its protagonists were living in a world of magical mystery or simply pure imagination.
There was quite a bit of cosplay at the recent Emerald City Comic Con, as with most conventions, and we chased down several costumed fans on the floor to get their pictures. We've already talked about this guy, but we've got a few other f
In 1995, "Calvin and Hobbes" creator Bill Watterson retired his beloved comic strip about a creative young troublemaker named Calvin and his toy tiger, and quickly removed himself quickly from the public eye, refusing to participate in interviews, merchandising, autographs, and any further creative ventures, and reportedly took up landscape painting instead
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