As most of you know, I'm the editor-in-chief of ComicsAlliance. I created this site a little over three years ago at the behest of AOL, and because I am a very lucky person, it somehow grew from a weird little blog where I was the sole contributor -- an awkward era I in no way encourage you to revisit -- to one of the biggest comics sites on the Internet with a staff of enormously talented editors and contributors who have made ComicsAlliance into something so much larger than just me, something shaped and infused with the individual passions and personalities of some pretty amazing people. It has bee
It's time once again for the monthly roundtable episode of ComicsAlliance's War Rocket Ajax podcast, and this week, CA Editor-In-Chief Laura Hudson and contributor Bethany Fong join us to discuss the biggest story of the month: DC's New 52! And you can listen to the entire show, right here!War Rocket Ajax v.2, #16: I'm Not a Monster with Laura Hudson and Bethany Fong
It's been a little more than a week since we got home from Comic-Con, which means our bags are (mostly) unpacked and our lives have returned to whatever passes for normal in the blogosphere. Rested and cured of Con Crud, we're reflecting on what went on when we weren't on duty and had a chance to celebrate the true meaning of Comic-Con: Buying awesome things
When I was little, I used to draw little stories on Post Its and staple them together -- sort of proto-comics, if you will. Most of the time they revolved around heroes and My Little Ponies and adventures, but the last time I visited my parents, I found something... special.
While the mainstream superhero comics audience remains predominantly male, it shouldn't be news to anyone reading this blog that women like comics, too. They write them, read them, draw them, blog about them and show up in healthy numbers at comic book conventions. Recently, however, there was some interesting backlas
Rejoice! If you didn't get a chance to go to New York Comic-Con and check out the Ask ComicsAlliance panel, now you can watch it ONLINE. And if you were one of the lucky 400 people that got to come to our panel, now you can see it again!
Every week, I sit down to answer your questions in ComicsAlliance's "Ask Chris" column, and since Laura Hudson, Caleb Goellner and I were all in Charlotte this past weekend for HeroesCon, we decided to do it live and in person! It was a blast, but if you weren't at the convention and missed out on seeing it, don't fret: thanks to my pal Dr. K, we recorded the entire hour-long pa
If you're heading to HeroesCon this weekend, we got good news: We're coming too! The entire senior staff -- Laura Hudson, Caleb Goellner, and Chris Sims -- is traveling to Charlotte, NC to cover the event, and as a special bonus feature, we'll have our own ComicsAlliance panel at 2 PM on Sunday in Room 206 where you can thrill to meeting us all in person!
We'll be doing a special live version of our "Ask Chris" feature, which we imagine will look a lot like the Rusty Shackles image above, where Chris and I brawl it out while Caleb quietly judges us from the sidelines. Mostly, though, we're going to need you to make the panel go round, so
We've got a special holiday treat for you today on ComicsAlliance: A "Blackest Night" Christmas carol parody to the tune of "Silent Night," written and performed by myself and the Eisner Award-winning Douglas Wolk in two-par
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