Depending on how you want to look at it, there was either one big story this week (San Diego Comic-Con International), or a million smaller stories this week (all the stuff everyone even tangentially related to comics is announcing this weekend). We've got plenty of CA staff reporting from the floor, and, after the
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This week Marvel announced a large, concentrated relaunch and re-branding effort of sorts they're calling "Marvel NOW!", which will launch news series, relaunch older series with new #1s, shake up creative teams and redesigns many costumes over the course of the next few months. Andy Khouri spoke to Marvel execs Joe Quesada, Axel Alonso and Tom Brevoort about their plans h
As Pride Month draws to a close, ComicsAlliance is proud to share the results of a massive survey of comics and comics characters important to LGBT readers, as chosen by an expert panel of comics folks. You can read the list of 50 char
If you only read one post at ComicsAlliance this week, it should be this one, as this post is (almost) all of the posts combined into one post. Convenient, huh? After the jump, the week in ComicsAlliance coverage in review
If you only read one post at ComicsAlliance this week, it should be this one, as this post is (almost) all of the posts combined into one post. Convenient, huh? After the jump, the week in ComicsAlliance coverage in review...
If you read as much comics news as we do every week, you know only one thing happened in the world of comics this week: Marvel superhero and longtime X-Man Northsar proposed to his boyfriend, and the ceremony is scheduled for the very next issue of Astonishing X-Men (Well, two things happened this week, if you count Marvel's Distinguished Competition noting that one of
Sunday is Mother's Day, so don't forget to make your mother a card. If you need some help coming up with some ideas, Chris Sims and some of your favorite superheroes have got your back.
But that's Sunday. What about this past Monday through Friday? Read on, after the ju
Another week of ComicsAlliance content compiled conveniently for you! DC Comics certainly "won" the week in terms of news-making, beginning with our original coverage of the initial Watchmen expansion announcement. Here's some of the initial reaction from creators and industry observers on Twitter, and a collection of reaction quotes