If you're reading this, then I'm pointing out the obvious, but I'll say it anyway: ComicsAlliance has a new look. There are a lot of changes, some great new additions, and one or two regrettable losses, and we figured we'd briefly walk you through it all.
It's time again to break down the convoluted history of comics in the recurring segment we call Comics, Everybody! Written by Curt Franklin and drawn by Chris Haley of the webcomic Let's Be Friends Again, today's subject is one very near and dear to our hearts: us.
This week on ComicsAlliance's War Rocket Ajax podcast, Chris and Matt get to know Joe Hughes as CA's new Editor-In-Chief joins us for an interview! He talks about the path that led him to ComicsAlliance, from fan to retailer to Assistant Editor at DC Comics and finally to being our new boss -- and you can listen to the whole show right here!War Rocket Ajax #129: I Love Twins with Joe Hughes
(WARNING: Contains NSFW language)
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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
In the event that you missed the ComicsAlliance vs. iFanboy faceoff panel at WonderCon 2011 -- a description which fits everyone in the world except maybe a hundred people -- we're pleased to present the video (courtesy of iFanboy) where our respective staffs faced off in a friendly competition in the following categor
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
Though the menace that is Krampus traditionally taunts/beats/drags children off to meet the devil during the first two weeks of December, it's always a good idea to maintain vigilance throughout the entire holiday season - especially if you're a ComicsAlliance reader. If you read our stuff, we can only imagine the kind of comic book content you indulged in over the co