It's fairly safe to take the word "rising" out of the "rising star" description of Scott Snyder. After receiving critical acclaim for his award-winning American Vampire series for Vertigo, Snyder was hired to write Detective Comics, which was instantly considered one of the best super hero titles on the stands at the time. All of this led
In 1972, Wonder Woman famously graced the cover of the inaugural issue of Ms. magazine. The iconic image, with the proclamation "Wonder Woman for President" going across the top, instantly became popular both with fans of the character and the new publication. Now, in
It's no secret that we enjoy good fan art at ComicsAlliance, especially when it comes to animation. The current 'Young Justice' cartoon has proven to be very popular with fans, at least in part due to the animation style, and has inspired at least one viewer to apply that style to DC's New 52 characters
Wonder Woman #0 is in stores this week and will feature, like all of DC's zero issues this month, a cover image that has a "burst" design, with Wonder Woman depicted as bursting through the page. Cliff Chiang,
You hear it all the time: "Jack Kirby is the King of Comics." "Jack 'King' Kirby." "Marvel's House of Ideas is The House That Jack Built." Most people, comics critics and the like, usually leave it there
If you thought Aquaman got the raw end of the deal in the first trailer for the upcoming Robot Chicken DC Comics Special, TV Guide's preview of the variant cover to Aquaman #12 should quench your thirst to see the hero command some respect. Set for an August 29 release, Aquaman #12 will sport a re
The First full trailer for the long-awaited Robot Chicken DC Comics Special has finally arrived at IGN, giving fans their first good look at Seth Green, Matthew Senreich and company's irreverent take on the Justice League and its foes in the Legion of Doom. Judging from the trailer, the special will be every bit as raunchy as the 91st episode of the series' Green Lantern segment, which saw a maimed Hal Jordan.
When it comes to the most famous members of DC Comics' Justice League, there's been a lot of official merchandise released depicting Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash and Green Lantern over the years. There's also be