In anticipation of Born This Way, the new album from American pop star Lady Gaga, New York Magazine cleverly solicited a series of outrageous dress designs meant to outshine (or outstink) the singer's now infamous meat-dress. Among the fashion designers and cartoonists who contributed new Lad
Synchronizing with the popular costume changes of the current members of the Fanastic Four, Mighty Fine released a set of Future Foundation t-shirts just in time for Marvel Comics fans to update their wardrobes. Hit the jump to step into the fu
It seems like lately superhero-inspired clothing for women has been put in a pretty polarizing position. Fans can either pick up affordable logo tees and the like, or splurge for overpriced fashionista fare. No o
If you're sitting in your computer chair reading a Comics Alliance blog post, chances are very good that you're already the proud owner of some form of comic book fashion apparel - whether that's a T-shirt, some shoes or a hat, you're probably in possession of some article of clothing that has something to do with the superhero community
Let's be all the way real for a second here: Most comics-related clothes suck. The ones you can find in "Previews" tend to be a hero or villain's logo on a solid color. And, okay, that's cool or whatever, I guess. It's just sort of boring
Comics historian Alan Kistler sits down with Gunn to go over the Man of Steel's many costume choices over the years and the results are equally insightful and endearing.
Tim Gunn has made no secret of his love of comics before, notably when the "Project Runway" star appeared in Marvel's "Models Inc," and now he's back for a video discussion with Alan Kistler of Crazy Sexy Geeks where he critiques the questionable clothing choices of some of our favorite superheroes.
In this installment, Gunn takes on Mister Miracle, Black Canary's f
Warner Bros. is working hard to expose the general public to the DC Comics library by way of the newly organized DC Entertainment, a recently launched video game studio in Montreal and a plethora of animated adventures courtesy of Bruce Timm and other creative minds
A manga adaptation of "Gossip Girl" is coming out in a week or so from Yen Press! Technically, it should probably be called "manhwa" since artist/writer HyeKyung Baek is Korean, but since most of America still can't pronounce "sudoku" correctly and continually refers to the popular monster fighting series as