ABC's six-season magical-realist "Lost" -- largely spearheaded by showrunners and co-creators Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse -- came to its end on Sunday night, bringing to a close an extended, complex time-traveling epic. Was it satisfyi
The widespread love of "Lost" among comics creators has been well documented, from Faith Erin Hicks' sketch work to Travis Pitts' Charlie Brown John Locke, and that love did not diminish leading up to last night's series finale on ABC. Even if the show's conclusion left the world with no more new episodes to look look forward to, it did leave us with a
It's no secret that I love "Lost," so I'll gladly take any excuse to talk about it when offered. Luckily, there's a relevant reason to discuss Jack, Kate, Sawyer, Locke, the Others and the others here on Comics Alliance - a comic book tribute
Dean at Springfield Punx has outdone himself. As longstanding pop culture morphers, the blog's unleashed its share of comic book characters fit to mingle with Radioactive Man, but this past weekend's "Lost" mashup is a real triumph.
The Beat brought "The Losties" to our attention, pointing out i
Leave it to Charlie Brown to address one of the single greatest mysteries of "Lost." Over the years, fans have come to know John Locke, the bald headed boar hunter and former paraplegic played expertly by Terry O'Quinn. Badass tho
Even though viewers have had a few episodes to get back into "Lost," the show's massive cast, multiple timelines and ongoing mysteriousness over the years has resulted in no shortage of curiosity-bordering-on-confusion