While much of the comics world bustles around the convention center in Chicago at C2E2, writer Greg Rucka wasn't able to make the show year, but he was able to able to offer fans -- many of whom are still mourning the end of his Batwoman run -- a teaser of project
At his Wondercon spotlight panel over the weekend, writer Greg Rucka made a series of surprising announcements, most notably that he had finished his work at DC Comics and would not be writing the previously discussed "Batwoman" comic. Beyond tho
Following our breaking news that Greg Rucka's will be departing from DC Comics and will not be writing the "Batwoman" comic, his "Detective Comics" collaborator J.H. Willliams III weighed in on the announcement on his blog today, echoing the sadness expressed many fans that Rucka will not b
If you're a regular comic book reader, you already know what I'm about to tell you: J.H. Williams III is amazing. The art that he's doing on "Detective Comics" will make your eyes drop out of their sockets and leave you scrambling to find them on the floor. His current run on the Batman title with Greg Rucka -- w
ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest -- and best -- comic books hitting the shelves this week.
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Superheroes and sex are inextricably linked. Since the dawn of the superhero comic, the genre has been infused with a sexual suggestiveness that has grown and evolved over time. At first it was very "aw shucks" with its wholesome, preteen male power fantasies that played on every nerdy boy's desi