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In a gorgeous preview from the newest issue of The Flash, on stands today, Barry Allen expresses controversial opinions about coffee that run diametrically opposite to our most deeply held values and beliefs. Kudos to Flash artist (and co-writer) Francis Manapul, who continues to blow us away with his innovative page la
Geoff Johns is quite possibly the single most successful superhero comics writer in the business today, with an almost alchemical ability to transform any struggling franchise or character into a top-tier title ripe for spinoffs and multimedia exploitation. It's a feat the
Reading Comics author Douglas Wolk runs down the hottest comics and graphic novels coming out this week.
^ This is a really great week for coloring aficionados
£ Not franchises
Of all the titles in the DC Reboot, the one that I've been the most curious about is Flash. It almost goes without saying that Francis Manapul is an incredible visual storyteller and I've definitely enjoyed his art from the past, but the transition to writing and drawing a book can be a tricky one. Since his new role on the book was anno
Flashpoint is DC Comics' summer event of 2011 that promises to change the DC Universe unrecognizably until the event's climactic finale, when the DC Universe will instead be left changed somewhat recognizably. In support of the event, DC is releasing 60+ issu
Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's every week, Senior Writer Chris Sims puts his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: Which superhero identity change do you think has been the most beneficial to the character? The most damaging? -- @bryesque
A: With all the hubbub surrounding the reveal of the new Ultimate Spider-Man this week, it's no wonder that the idea of identities and legacy
In today's installment of "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things" news, The Source, the official blog of the DC Universe, has closed down their comments section following a brief but intense flamewar that broke out on a recent post and spiraled into personal attacks against readers, creators, and members of the DC comics staff.
As for what could possibly have inspired so much anger from the readers