Tomorrow marks this year's final observance of Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights. In honor of the holiday, cartoonist Jon Morris created an illustration of one of comics' Jewish characters for each night of Hanukkah, including some superheroes and cartoonified real-life legends, to create a cool and clever comic book menorah.
The creator of the Cornered, DC Fifty-Too and Marvel Universe Too blogs is an artist frequently spotlightedhere on ComicsAlliance, but Morris may have outdone himself with this lovely holiday series. Note how each character is perfectly expressed not just in how Morris draws them, but in the way they interact with their candles i.e. Batwoman perching on hers or Arthur worrying about dropping his.
The eighth night of Hanukkah is upon us, and we at ComicsAlliance still want to sincerely (if unintentionally retroactively) wish the very best to all of our friends, family and valued readers who celebrated the festival of lights. Thanks to the help of our own David Wolkin and the artistic prowess of Nedroid creator Anthony Clark, we've posted a special card commemorating the annual observance in the Considerably Compelling ComicsAlliance Custom.
Feel free to print or copy them and send to your friends so they'll know exactly how much you're thinking about them this holiday season!
Last year we collected 110 classic comic book covers celebrating different aspects of the holiday season and it was so popular, we've decided to add even more images to the fray this year. In the grand tradition of Pokémon, there's 150 (sorry, 649 wasn't in the cards this time around) covers for you to browse. Dig into the seasonal goodness after the jump.
It's the holiday season, and Santa Claus or whoever suits your taste is coming back. The holiday snow is white on the ground, or maybe just nonexistent depending on your climate. In any case, when old Santa or totally non-Santa gets into town, they'll be coming down the chimney, down
What's up celebrators of the holiday season? You look like you could use some cards -- and we've got cards! Last year we had the esteemed Anthony "Nedroid" Clark (who recently teamed with Benito Cereno for an amazing Christmas comic) create a variety of holiday greeting cards, and guess what? H
If we've made anything clear this last month, it's that our love of the holiday season is pure and true, and also that we want pay people as often as we can to make comics about it. Aside from our holiday cards by Anthony Clark of Nedroid and our recent Kris Kringle origin story Let's Be Friends Again, we also commissioned four different Great Holiday Comics That Never Happened. from artists li
It's no secret that we at ComicsAlliance dig the holiday season. Hanukkah, Christmas, Winter Solstice, you name it -- it's the best time of year to gift unwitting friends and family with sequential art! In that same spirit of giving, we've teamed with up Anthony "Nedroid" Clark to create a variety holi
In our recurring feature, ComicsAlliance writer Chris Sims and a rotating cast of talented artists imagine a finer world to bring you a look at the Best Comics Ever that Did Not, Will Not, and occasionally Can Not Happen! For December, we're switching it up a little to bring you a GCTNH Holiday Special every week 'til Christmas! This week, we're commemorating the final night of Hanukkah with artist Kevin Mellon (Zombie EP, Hack/Slash and the upcoming Deadline with B. Clay Moore) as we
It's the eighth night of Hanukkah, and as the holiday comes to a close, ComicsAlliance contributor Eric Drumm shares some of his favorite (and less-than-favorite) fellow Jews from the comic book world, mostly based on his stylized bad-to-the-bone factor. From the heroic
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