Comic covers are meant to get their message across in a single striking image, with the implication of movement provided only by the reader's imagination. We see the single frozen moment; our brain tells the story. Yet some talented digital artists have discovered that there's some fun to be had in animating these images and providing just a little more movement to the moment. We've collected some of our favorite examples of animated comic covers from the past few years, from an endlessly recursive Batman to a lolling Hobbes; from a struggling Spider-Man to a spinning Justice League.
Look, we've all been there: Sometimes, your anti-crime basement that you constructed so that you could wage an unceasing war on all evildoers gets a little cluttered. But what do you do when things go... a little too far? Kerry Callen has the answer.
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In our recurring feature, ComicsAlliance brings you the best comic book adventures that do not, could not, and sometimes should not exist: Great Comics That Never Happened! This week, Chris Sims and the amazing artist Kerry Callen bring you the greatest team-up of all: B
In our recurring feature, ComicsAlliance brings you the best comic book adventures that do not, could not, and sometimes should not exist: Great Comics That Never Happened! This week, Chris Sims and the amazing artist Kerry Callen bring you the Silver Age version of Supe
Many comic book fans have learned important lessons from comics, like the power of friendship, the fact that it's ok to be different, or the difficult but important task of standing up for what's right. Unfortunat
Why stop when you're on a roll? Cartoonist Kerry Callen is back with more cleverly animated versions of comic book covers for your enjoyment. The artist of a hilarious series of Golden Age superhero trolling strips and a contributor to ComicsAlliance's Great Comics That Never Happened, Callen's l