Thumbnail is a new recurring feature on ComicsAlliance in which we invite our writers to reflect on comic book details that deserve a little extra attention, whether it’s a favorite character, and artistic choice, or a striking page. For this installment, Steve Morris looks at the meaning behind Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson's The Wicked & The Divine covers — and the cruel joke they've been building up to.
After 12 years My Chemical Romance has come to an end, but just as the band and its music live on, so too will Dark Horse's upcoming comic set in the futuristic world of their alter-egos, The Killjoys. MCR frontman and acclaimed Umbrella Academy creator Gerard Way, co-writer Shaun Simon, artist Becky Cloonan
It's just a few weeks until Seattle's Emerald City Comicon takes over the Washington State Convention Center from March 1-3, and with that in mind, Boom! Studios has unveiled its full assortment of convention exclusives. Fans will be able to pick up new editions of first issues for Deathmatch, Bravest Warriors, Freelancers, Adventure Time Wi
Last year we collected 110 classic comic book covers celebrating different aspects of the holiday season and it was so popular, we've decided to add even more images to the fray this year. In the grand tradition of Pokémon, there's 150 (sorry, 649 wasn't in the cards this time around) covers for you to browse. Dig into the seasonal goodness after the jump.
It wasn't previously thought to be a particularly important issue in the 50-year career of Marvel's friendly neighborhood wall-crawler, but 1990's Amazing Spider-Man #328 has ended up in the history books - and it's all because of the cover. Well, it does feature Sp
A few weeks ago, we posted images from a fan sketchbook with a "Calvin and Hobbes" theme, where various indie comics artists had drawn their own versions of the inseparable boy and tiger duo. Since that time we have discovered or been pointed to a plethora of other artists with their own take on the great and much-
To celebrate its 70th anniversary, Marvel is asking readers to cast their votes for the top 70 Marvel Comics covers of all time. You only have to choose five, but they've got a search tool on site that lets you find nearly any cover from any Marvel comic since 1939, which has a good chance of eating up the rest of your day anyway.
I say "nearly any cover" because an attempt to revisit the early 9