Udon's been doing its best to satisfy Street Fighter fandom's craving for comics by posting its archive of its previously published material daily online, but given that it's been more than two years since the last printed SF title from the publisher, those cravings have been intensifying. Fortunately for the famished, Udon's delivering big time on January 30 with
In January comic book and graphic novel publisher Oni Press will relaunch its website as a new webcomics hub, featuring free comics every week day. The material will include at least two brand new serials a week and a mixture of previously published comics. After the serials conclude they will be released in print as graphic novels. This long-in-the-works initiative was made official at Friday's Oni Press panel at New York Comic Con, where Editor-in-Chief James Lucas Jones spoke more about the publisher's new projects from creators including Cullen Bunn, Joëlle Jones, Joe Harris, Brian Churilla... and Chris Sims.
Instead of our usual format of comics reviews, recommendations and interviews, this week's episode of the War Rocket Ajax podcast opens up the floor for a listener question special! Chris and Matt answer everything our listeners have to ask -- and you can listen to the whole show right here at ComicsAlliance!War Rocket Ajax #130: Church On Time Listener Question Special
(WARNING: Contains NSFW language)
We are available on iTunes! Click here to find ComicsAlliance Presents War Rocket Ajax in iTunes, where you can subscribe and leave
You might think you know the real story of Count Dracula, but how much can be certain when our only account of the legendary vampire is a composite of multiple persons' different points of view? Who's to say Jonathan Harker wasn't a vicious liar? How do we know Van Helsing wasn't fiercely insane? Those are among the highly dubious positions CA writer Chris Sims has taken in order to create Dracula the Unconquered, a new comic book series that has the audacity to put forth not just the real story of Count Dracula, but also tell us what happened next. Spoiler: it involves a certain amount of rising from the grave, a certain a
It's been a little more than a week since we got home from Comic-Con, which means our bags are (mostly) unpacked and our lives have returned to whatever passes for normal in the blogosphere. Rested and cured of Con Crud, we're reflecting on what went on when we weren't on duty and had a chance to celebrate the true meaning of Comic-Con: Buying awesome things
Tonight, something very special is going to happen for the ComicsAlliance family: an appearance on The Daily Show. Yes, you heard me correctly. Our very own Senior Writer (and Senior Batmanologist) Chris Sims will be appearing in a segment to address the controversy over the Muslim superhero Nightrunner.
You may remember the ComicsAlliance editori
As readers of the "Ask Chris" column are already aware, Chris Sims knows an awful lot about comic books. But there are a lot of other die-hard fans out there with serious devotion to certain characters, and that's never on display more than at Comic-Con, where cosplayers who have spent months and months on their outfits dress up and walk the floor.
We decided to pit Chris against the fans of Comic-Con in a game that we c