Compounding many longtime DC Comics fans' confusion with respect to the revised histories of the publisher's superhero characters, Co-Publisher Dan DiDio confirmed that tent-pole storylines Crisis On Infinite Earths, Infinite Crisis, Final Crisis and all such universe defining Crises did not occur in DC's New 52 universe. In a posting to his Facebook page, DiDio explained that "major events" like the Crisis stories are "difficult to place" in the compressed histor
From Blackest Night to Flashpoint, today's super-hero comics are all built around the Big Event. But what if those stories had happened forty, fifty, or even sixty years ago? That's the question that ComicsAlliance is trying to answer with the help of artist Kerry Callen (who drew the incredible "Silver
DC Comics recently announced that the long-awaited Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely Vertigo series Flex Mentallo would be returning to print, to the cheers of Morrison fans everywhere. If you never managed to get a hold of the single issues, you're not only missing out on a seminal work by a gre
Perhaps the most most sprawling and continuity-heavy crossover of all time, DC Comics' Final Crisis has already earned its place in comics history as the publisher's most polarizing mainstream works. For eve
Cheap explosions, wasted friends, charred flesh and the strong possibility of irreparable physical damage – while it may be okay for Robert Evans's weekly brunch, it's a bit much for the average person to endure, even on 4th of July weekend.
While Ian and Seacord are off at Otakon this week, they asked me to assure their loyal readers that they'll be back next week ... and if we're all very, very good, they may even return not only with tales from the front, but with photographic evidence of the wondrous sights they saw in Charm City.
Were they here to entertain in their own inimitable style, I've little doubt t