Last week, DC announced that they were going to be producing a new digital-first series based on the 1966 Batman TV show, with the creative team of Jeff Parker and Jonathan Case. For those of us who love Batman '66 with what some might refer to as "religious fervor," this is pretty exciting news.
And it's good news for Parker, too. While he's most widely known for work at Marvel
Finally, after forty-five years, writers across the country have a good reason to drop "Biff! Pow!" into their headlines again. After finally settling licensing issues last year and paving the way for toys and merchandise based on the classic Adam West Batman show, DC will be publishing a new digital-first Batman '66 series by Jeff Parker and Eisner-winning artist Jonathan Case, with covers by Michael Allred.
The Batman '66-inspired stories are scheduled to hit Comixology and the DC app this summer, where they'll join their fellow TV-inspired properties, Smallville
Where some conventions skew more toward pop culture than comic books, this past weekend's Emerald City Comicon 2013 stocked Seattle with hundreds of prominent creators from every corner of the medium. ComicsAlliance
Local and national comics talent galore showed up in full force this past weekend at Stumptown Comics Fest 2012 in Portland, Ore. with fans arriving with equal fervor to scope out the latest graphic novels, indie titles, art prints a
On sale this week is Dark Horse Presents #11, the latest issue of Dark Horse's prestigious anthology series. Featuring no distracting advertisements, the 80-page book contains new material by such comics creators as Francesco Francavilla (introducing The Black Beetle), Mike Richardson, Tim Seeley and Victor Drujiniu (introducing The Occultist), John Arcudi and Jonathan Case (introducing The Creep), Frank J. Barbiere and Luke Radl (introducing The White Suits). Additionally, the latest issue features continuations of serials by Steve Horton and Michael Dialynas (new
Ten years ago this November, serial killer Gary Ridgway was arrested for the murder of four women. Within two years the Seattle area "Green River Killer" had confessed to strangling 48 prostitutes through the '80s and '90s as part of a plea bargain to avoid the death penalty
Dark Horse Comics has announced that it will be publishing Green River Killer: A True Detective Story, a graphic novel about the crimes and capture of Gary Ridgway, also known as the Green River Killer. Ridgway was convicted of murdering 4
After a week and a half of amazing art, it's finally the 12th day of Christmas at ComicsAlliance in our 12 Days of Christmas original art series by the creators of Periscope Studio. We close today with 12 Drummers Drumming, an aquatic hellscape by artist Jonathan Case where a rampaging sea monster celebrates his v
Here's a quick litmus test: When I say the name "Blondie," do you think of Dagwood Bumstead's wife, or Debbie Harry? Comics creator Jonathan Case illustrated the latter in piece for a hotel's "Tide is High" room, floating down a flooded street in a boat that looks heart-shaped disco ball while Kermit the Frog climbs aboard. I don't know what that means, but I like it.
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