On Monday ComicsAlliance previewed five pages from Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey's sixth and final issue of Comic Book Comics, a series distilling the most pivotal moments in sequential art history in a humorous and easy-to-digest context. In today's second exclusive preview from Comic Book Comics #6: Comics of the Future, which arrives in print and in digit
Action Philosophers all-stars Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey have spent the better part of the past few years chronicling a concise history of the comic book industry in their appropriately titled series Comic Book Comics. Much the same way Scott McCloud has used
In today's original comic, writer Curt Franklin and artist Chris Haley of the inimitable superhero webcomic "Let's Be Friends Again" sit down to do their best Wikipedia impression and explain the convoluted history of a notable comics character in a segment we call Comics, Everybody! Today's test subject: Aquaman.
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It's hard to remember that there was a time when even Wolverine was nothing more than just another inscrutable loose cannon known for killing, but that's exactly what he was before he gained his notoriety
Until you have found yourself standing among a mass of people jamming up a pedestrian artery eight feet wide, with women clutching sketchbooks and talking excitedly about whether they're going to
Yes, superheroes have a rich history in the of wars own invented universes (Secret, Civil) as well as real-life conflicts like WWII and Vietnam, where heroes like Captain America and the Punisher showed up to lend a hand in the pages of their comics.