Call me a sucker for marketing if you will -- I am, and I've been called worse -- but I've been pretty excited for the Marvel Now! initiative ever since it was announced. I'm already a fan of most of the creators involved, and it's always fun to see them tackling new projects, especially when it's something you never expected
Comic Strips: To coincide with Tuesday's election, Blondie's Dagwood will be running a (likely imaginary) campaign for president this week.
Trailers: The new trailer for GI Joe: Retaliation reveals the real reason for its release-date delay. They, like all of us, needed more of Magic Mike himself, Chann
Among the many Marvel Comics characters who are part of the publisher's Marvel NOW relaunch initiative is of course the mighty Thor, who's now quite the star thanks to actor Chris Hemsworth's excellent performance in Kenneth Branagh's live-action film and some scene-stealing moments in Joss Whedon's Avengers. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1962, the superhero take on the son of Odin has been presen
Devised by the Ignition Sequence (Isotope proprietors James Sime and Kirsten Baldock and iFanboy co-founder Ron Richards) MorrisonCon was first announced in January as a kind of hip, forward-thinking antidote to the organizational chaos and overt commercialism of the traditional comic book show. A collaboration with preeminent superhero comics writer Grant Morrison, the event was also p
This is the twelfth and final installment of ComicsAlliance Vs. AvX, our unofficial scorecard for Marvel's big summer publishing event, Avengers Vs. X-Men. Jason Aaron is your writer, Adam Kubert is your penciller, and I am your humble score-keeper, one last time.
Round twelve! From the shores of Subt
Ever since it spun out of the events of Schism, Wolverine and the X-Men has been hands down the most entertaining X-Men title on the stands, and easily one of the most enjoyable comics I read, period. With this month's issue, though, it somehow manages to get even better as Jason Aaron, Mike Allred and Laura Allred finally
First announced back in January, MorrisonCon is designed to be a stylish and forward-thinking antidote to the chaos and commercialism of the traditional comic book trade show. Curated by Grant Morrison and the Ignition Sequence (a collaboration of Isotope proprietors James Sime & Kirsten Baldock and iFanboy co
On shelves in comic shops today is Scalped #60, the final issue of the critically acclaimed Vertigo series. Created by Jason Aaron and artist R.M. Guera, Scalped takes place in Prairie Rose, a fictional Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Described in the series as "a third world natio