Although just two issues of Daredevil have been released so far, it seems very likely that the relaunched Marvel Comics series about a blind superhero lawyer will find itself on nearly everybody's best-of lists at the end of the year. Writer Mark Waid's fairly radical reinven
As we discussed in a recent piece on Barbara Gordon, the mobility-impaired hero known as Oracle, the representation of disabled persons is an often overlooked component of fiction not just because it's important for readers in wheelchairs or in any number of situations see themselves depicted respectfully in the media, but also because it's important for people who don't live under such conditions to be mindful of the diversity of our society. Along those lines, the Marvel Comics superhero Daredevil serves an important funct
One of the great and unique things about comics as an art form is the readers' ability to bring the combination of words and images to live at whatever speed and in whatever manner they choose, but at Comic-Con 2011 this year, ComicsAlliance asked a series of creators to give us a live interpretation of their own comics in a series of Dramatic Readings.
Senior Editor Steve Wacker led an all-star panel of Spider-Man talent on Friday at Comic-Con International in San Diego, where the Marvel crew discussed what fans can expect from the upcoming "Spider Island" event, whereby everybody in Manhattan finds themselves in possession of the same powers as Spider-Man, as well as new series like Daredevil and The Punisher. Panelists included Zeb Wells of Avenging Spider-Man, Humberto Ramos of Amazing Spider-Man, Mark Waid of Daredevil, Ric
This week on War Rocket Ajax, Chris Sims and Matt Wilson strike up a conversation with the legendary writer of Flash, Impulse, Captain America, Fantastic Four, Empire, Gatecrasher, JLA, Ruse, Kingdom Come, Legion of Super-Heroes, Superman: Birthright and a dozen others about... well, about everything, including his upcoming run on Daredevil! And you can listen to the whole show
Comics fans and illustration lovers were anything but disappointed in the first issue of IDW Publishing's Rocketeer Adventures, a four-issue miniseries featuring all-new tales of Dave Stevens' cult classic action hero by some of the most talented creators in comics. On sale this week, issue #2 lives up to t
On sale in July is the first issue of the all-new Daredevil series from Marvel Comics. Written by Captain America: Man Out of Time's Mark Waid with artwork by the incredible Paolo Rivera and Marcos Martin, Daredevil promises to be a heroic reinvigoration of the blind vigilante following a decade spent almost exclusively in noir territory. Marvel's released an advance preview of Daredevil #1 that you can check out after the cut, including a variant cover by Neal Adams.
First announced at C2E2 in March, the new D
In case you aren't aware, there's a movie coming out later this summer called Captain America: The First Avenger. It's based on the legendary Marvel Comics superhero created by Jack Kirby and Joe Simon, and that means Marvel has to publish a smorgasbord of standalone projects to capitalize on the film, one of which, inevitably, must be an origin story.
Under normal circumstan
In the debut episode of the new GeekWeek Web series ComiCenter Live, writer and industry legend Mark Waid and ComicsAlliance editor Andy Khouri sat down for an extremely frank discussion about the state of digital comics. Hosted by Atom! Freeman with Bryan J. Daggett, the conversation covered virtually all areas of the topic, from issues with pricing and dist