A repeat offender on ComicsAlliance's "Don't Ask! Just Buy It!" feature, iZombie begins this week a brand new storyline that will give you even fewer excuses not to follow this consistently excellent Vertigo series. Written by Chris Roberson (Superman, Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love) with artwork by Michael Allr
TV: Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes gives Booster Gold a stern talkin' to in new Smallville images.
Anime: Warner Bros. Supernatural anime will see release in the US on July 26, Jared Padalecki's voice is all over the first season, but co-star Jensen Ackles fans will have to hunt for his voice through an unspecified amount of episodes.
Upcoming: Titan Comics will release the first issue of its n
"I, Zombie" #1 hit shelves this week from DC/Vertigo, a new comic that follows the exploits of Gwen, a female zombie gravedigger who, once a month, is driven to eat the brains of one of her corpse clients, and in the process absorbs the memories and last wishes of said deceased, prompting her to solve mysteries and embark on adventures. The concept, from writer Chris Roberson, could really go either way, but one thing's for sure, though: Robe
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. SPOILERS FOLLOW.
WHAT, WAS DEADPOOL BUSY? - Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine 1
You would figure that Wolverine and Spider-Man would be able to get along. They have so much in common. They're both fundamentally loner outcasts who at the same tim