Christmas is a time for traditions. For some, it's all about stringing up lights on a Christmas tree and wrapping up presents to put beneath it. For others, it's spending singing carols door to door to spread holiday cheer. And
'Tis the season for giving, and as such, the comic-inspired rockers of Seattle's Kirby Krackle have released an absolutely free holiday single, appropriately celebrating a famous misfit's horribly disfiguring -- but ultimately necessary -- mutant power. That's right Kirby Krackle's released a brand new cover of "Ru
A positively algebraic holiday card from Cartoon Network arrived at ComicsAlliance HQ yesterday featuring the cast of Adventure Time wishing us good cheer. CN also shot along some fun magnets bearing inspirational phrases to carry our soaring spirits into 2012 (Lumpy Space Princess's catch phrase is especially contagious in these parts). Check out the Adventure Time h
Crime: Police arrested a 33-year-old man after he allegedly attacked shoppers at a Portland, Ore. Toys 'R' Us with a blue lightsaber toy. The dude apparently resisted arrest and managed to deflect a taser cable before getting tackled and taken to a hospital for a mental evaluation. I'm glad nobody
Since its introduction this year, Hasbro's KRE-O line of brick buildables has given Transformers fans an entirely new method of changing Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron, Starscream and more from robotic warrior to supercharged vehicle. What's more, the line co
Upcoming: Spinning out of Uncanny X-Force is David Lapham and Roberto De La Torre's Age of Apocalypse #1, coming in March 2012.
Lego: Wal-Mart's Sams Club has pulled Brendan Powell Smith's Lego-filled book, The Brick Bible, from its shelves due to what it considers "mature content."
Contests: If you've ever wanted to be drawn into a vampire com
DC Universe Online is ringing in the holidays with a touch of avarice in "Season's Greedings," a new game update that sees heroes and villains alike working to stop Larfleeze's planetary plunder. Similarly to 2010's Gree
Gaming: According to Warner Bros. Montreal, after the success of Batman: Arkham City, they're "not satisfied anymore with sub-par superhero games" and are currently working on games starring other DC characters.
As much as we here at ComicsAlliance are still typing through a haze of eggnog, Christmas is over and it's time once again to box up our Yuletide content until next December. But before you shuffle off like Charlie Brown through a snowstorm, we're going to take one more day to stave off that inevitable post-holiday comedown by sharing five of our favorite pieces of Christmas content that we didn't have time to talk about before the big day!
#1: The Countdown to Mitchmas Advent Calendar
It's been a pretty great year for creative presents, but one of the neatest things I saw this year was an artistic advent calendar drawn by Matt Reid as a gift for his wife (Rachelle Goguen, of Living Between Wednesdays and the Stolen Minks), where each day featured their one-year old son Mitchell drawn as a d
If we've made anything clear this last month, it's that our love of the holiday season is pure and true, and also that we want pay people as often as we can to make comics about it. Aside from our holiday cards by Anthony Clark of Nedroid and our recent Kris Kringle origin story Let's Be Friends Again, we also commissioned four different Great Holiday Comics That Never Happened. from artists li