Originally posted by a creator named Labish under the headline "I want your love and I want your avenge," this animated video of the Avengers busting the distinctive dance routine in Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance" music video is pretty irresistible. Keep reading for the video
Art: Flavorwire collects celebrity paper dolls, including Voltron Lady Gaga.
Locomotion: A Doraemon train in Japan run by Odakyu Electric Railway unintentionally broke the law by effectively advertising for the anime character and will remove the decorations in October.
Upcoming: IDW has announced, The Death of Optimus
Threads: Ever since Disney bought Marvel, classic animated character designs have seemed like the best they were at what they did.
Digital: Arcana has joined the digital retail space with its own iPhone app via comiXology.
Crime: Batman's prevailed against th
In anticipation of Born This Way, the new album from American pop star Lady Gaga, New York Magazine cleverly solicited a series of outrageous dress designs meant to outshine (or outstink) the singer's now infamous meat-dress. Among the fashion designers and cartoonists who contributed new Lad
Like everyone else, we here at ComicsAlliance have been marveling at the absolute torrent of insanity that's been pouring out of Charlie Sheen over the past week. Today, however, Sheen's madness finally extended to somewhere that we never expected: Riverdale,
Illustrator Angie Wang, who happened to be one of the contributors to that Katamari art auction from the other day, doesn't stay within the realm of comics-inspired art in her work, but she does do Sailor Moon like you've probably never seen before. Her style lends itself to flowing compositions and ornate fashion concepts, but as her portfolio shows, she can apply
Last week, pop star Lady Gaga joined luminaries like JK Rowling and Rush Limbaugh as one of the celebrities to have a comic book biography with the release of the first issue of "Fame," the series that keeps the allegedly grand tradition of Revolution's early '90s "Rock 'n' Roll Comics" alive for a new generation.
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Granted, comics and fashion aren't the two most natural worlds to mate together into an artistic hybrid, but since the Tim Gunn cameo in the Marvel Comics series "Models Inc," anything is now apparently possible.
Just listen to this next sentence, if you don't believe me: There are copies of what seriously look like black and white minico