Chris: Hello everyone, and welcome to this week's installment of Spider-Man Japan, our unnecessarily in-depth series on Toei's 1978 live-action Supaidaman show! This week... I think the only word that even
Last month, the original story planned for Superman #712 was given the axe and replaced with a six year-old fill-in story. Here at ComicsAlliance, I suggested that the last-minute switch was the result of DC being gun-shy about Superman teaming up with
After ComicsAlliance's discussion yesterday about the 11th hour scrapping of Chris Roberson's Superman issue where a Muslim superhero works with the Man of Steel to confront religious prejudice, a rumor surfaced that rather than pulling the issue because of the controversial subject matter -- which had previously produced conservative backlash -- it was actually because of kittens. As ridiculous attempts at spin go, this was an unexpected and deeply welcome gi
Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson hit the town with "Beasts of Burden" from Dark Horse Comics this week, a four-issue expansion of their Eisner-winning short story about a ragtag band of animals hell-bent on protecting Burden Hill from occult forces.
Could this housebroken band of brothers join the pantheon of great heroic animals in comics? Maybe. Before we kni
If you have read my profile you know that I have been reading comics for years. In all that time it has been because I liked comics. It may have been a specific artist or writer that drew me in or maybe I liked the storyline. I