Flashpoint is DC Comics' summer event of 2011 that promises to change the DC Universe unrecognizably until the event's climactic finale, when the DC Universe will instead be left changed somewhat recognizably. In support of the event, DC is releasing 60+ issues of comic books
Prostitution has been explored pretty thoroughly in Hollywood, but I'm not sure anything's approached the superpowered depravity of an animated version of "The Pro." Based on Garth Ennis, Amanda Conner, Jimmy Palmiotti and Paul Mounts' 2002 one-shot from Image Comics, the animated trailer serves as something of a summary of the hooker heroine's adventures in a world of superhero parody
Here's the thing about Jonah Hex: In comics, he was a pretty revolutionary character. He's one of the first real anti-heroes to catch on in comics, trading on the striking visual of his scarred face and the distinctive uniform of the Confederacy that under any other circumstances should've marked him as a villain, operating in a moral area that's just as gray as his coat. He's got a hook to him that other
Power Girl cuts one of the most distinctive full-body silhouettes in comics, and few artists have cut her as distinctively as Amanda Conner during her run with co-writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray that ends today in DC's "Power Girl #12." Judd Winick and Sam Basri will no doubt make their own statement wh
The "Jonah Hex" trailer has finally hit the wider web, and it looks fun! It's an action movie, so pretty much everything blows up, and Josh Brolin rocks the hideous disfigurement of Hex with only minimal slurring. They
Power Girl, as a character, has gotten some variable treatment over the years, but we've loved the "Power Girl" solo series by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray, with its seriously superlative art by Amanda Conner, and were saddened to hear that the trio will soon be moving on. Now, accor
IDW has provided Comics Alliance with a 2-page preview of "The Last Resort," #3, which arrives in stores Oct. 21, 2009.
The Last Resort #3 by Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Giancarlo Caracuzzo, Darwyn Cooke:
Things go from bad to WTF in a matter of minutes as Dean tries to keep the group together... but, as we all know, control is an illusion. This issue features rabid lions, an
I have been looking forward to the Baltimore Comic-Con for quite a while. While Baltimore is not on the same size as a Wizard World show or San Diego it is still one of my favorite events of the year. T
Originally scheduled to appear in SUPERMAN CONFINDENTIAL #6 (MAY070149), the final chapter of the story "Kryptonite," written by Darwyn Cooke and illustrated by Tim Sale, will be rescheduled to appear in a future issue of SUPERMAN CONFIDENTIAL.
Orders for the SUPERMAN KRYPTONITE HC (AUG070281) are cancelled. This title will b