If you've ever wanted a thoroughly authentic glimpse at modern university life which sometimes also features extended sections of foxy boxing, then ComicsAlliance has some very good news ahead for you: BOOM! Box have announced that they'll be bringing a new story from John Allison's Giant Days to print in March of next year.
Following a group of girls - and their doting hangers-on - during Fresher's Week at uni and beyond, the series features all the familiar perils of life away from home; flu, food thefts, tutus, Enya; all the familiar perils. With the move to BOOM! Box, however, the series is going off in a new direction from the original webcomic. Allison will write, but artist Lissa Treiman will be coming in to pencil all six issues - that's her cover for issue #1 you can see up top.
It's that special time of year when we at CA are lucky enough to receive season's greetings from some of our favorite comic book publishers. The second card we received this year came fromOni Press, which called upon the talents of John Allison of Bad Machinery fame for a special Krampus-based card. See what St. Nicholas' monstrous sidekick is up to with Oni this holiday season, after the jump.
From a bird piloting winged pizza to an ironically-named groundskeeper reenacting the cover to Action Comics #1 with a golf cart to a lollipop gazing into a sepia-toned past, there's nothing regular about Boom! Studios' upcoming covers for Regular Show #1. Joining writer K.C. Green a
This week, DC released their solicitations for September, and with them, the eyebrow-raising art for Catwoman #0, in which artist Guillem March -- an artist we're generally pretty fond of here at ComicsAlliance -- poses the title character in a way that we can charitably refer to as "anatomically dubious." Featuring a high-angle shot of Catwoman in which her face, breasts and butt are on display at the same time (plus a single foot, for those of you who are into that), it honestly loo
John Allison's Bad Machinery is, head and shoulders, one of my favorite webcomics of the year. The successor to Allison's immensely popular Scary-Go-Round, Bad Machinery centers around two groups of grammar schoolers -- a trio of gi
It was Hourly Comics Day earlier this week, an event launched by "Pictures for Sad Children" creator John Campbell that asks artists to draw a comic every hour they're awake during February 1st that details what happened in the last 60 minutes.
Like it or not, you have to admit that there were many bizarre circumstances involved in the life of the Michael Jackson. And so it's not surprising that his passing would also leave its share of bizarre events, rippling out into the world in a kind of shockwave of the strange
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