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
In 2011, we've plumbed the depths of a slew of insane superhero origins in thanks to the tireless efforts of writer Curt Franklin and artist Chris Haley of Let's Be Friends Again and their CA series Comics, Ev
It's no secret that we at ComicsAlliance dig the holiday season. Hanukkah, Christmas, Winter Solstice, you name it -- it's the best time of year to gift unwitting friends and family with sequential art! In that same spirit of giving, we've teamed with up Anthony "Nedroid" Clark to create a variety holi
No matter where you are this Christmas, we here at ComicsAlliance hope that you're spending some time with the people you love most, because that's what the holidays are really about. And for me, that means spending some time with Batman.
If hundreds and hundreds of holiday comics, TV specials and movies have taught us anything, it's that Christmas is a time of truly magical sights. And that even applies if you're somewhere like Gotham City, where"magical sights" tend to be the last thing you see before you're murdered by a mental patient or, if you're lucky, rescued by an equally terrifying vigilante. 'Tis the season for m
In our recurring feature, ComicsAlliance writer Chris Sims and a rotating cast of talented artists imagine a finer world to bring you a look at the Best Comics Ever that Did Not, Will Not, and occasionally Can Not Happen! This month, we're switching it up a little to bring you a special holiday themed installment every week, and for the last week before Christmas, Chris and artist Steven Sanders (Marvel's S.W.O.R.D.and Deadpool Team-Up) bring you a true Yule
I've been writing full-time for ComicsAlliance for almost a year now, but it was only a few weeks ago that I realized what may be the most important thing I've discovered since I quit my day job: Since I work from home, I can watch two hours of Walker, Texas Ranger every single day. And that has been a life
Despite the fact that a good chunk of my floorspace is taken up with long boxes and bookshelves, I consider myself more of a "reader" than a "collector," except for two things I hoard shamelessly: Christmas comics and Abraham Lincoln appearances. If I see Santa Claus or our 16th President in a comic book, I buy it -- no questions asked.
And as a result, I've picked up my share of Christmas stories that are truly bizarre -- and considering this is a weird little sub-genre that routinely features stories about Ultron being reprogrammed to give out toys, Batman stopping all crime in Gotham City by singing "Joy to the World" with the GCPD choir, and a Jack Kirby tale entitled "Santa's War Against the Seal Men," that's saying something. So this year, I've rifled through the comics under my tree to bring you The Five Most Insane Christmas Comics of All Time!
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