For the past decade or so, it's almost been a necessity for Captain America to serve as a kind of barometer of the national mood. He fought terrorists in the Middle East, searched for weapons of mass destruction, dealt with angry protest groups, quelled election anxieties, and even surrendered and died when a political rift between heroes grew too wide. It's
If you didn't get enough of Brian Bendis writing about Marvel's Man Without Fear in his 55-issue run on Daredevil, then you are in luck: Next month, Bendis, along with co-writer David Mack and artists Klaus Janson, Bill Sienkiewicz and Alex Maleev return to Daredevil for End of Days.
Despite my initial assumptio
Having gifted the comics and cartooning communities with such prodigious talents as James Jean, Kyle Baker, Phil Jimenez, Peter Bagge and the legendary Archie Goodwin himself, it was only appropriate that New York's School of Visual Arts produce its own comics magazine. Titled INK, the
We've seen some pretty big sums of money dropped in the last year or so on rare Golden Age comics like Action Comics #1, the first appearance of Superman, and Detective Comics #27, the first appearance of Batman, both of which sold for over a million dollars each. Impressive and record-breaking sums to be sure, but not that surprising for two of the most sought after comics in history.