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'sMark 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.
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.
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
After 28 straight months of making deadlines and history with Irredeemable, BOOM! Studios' best-selling book ever, Peter Krause will step down from his job as series artist to pursue new opportunities outside of comics. Krause leaves behind not just 28 issues of consistently excellent c
A prolific comics convention grifter was run out of the proverbial town over the weekend thanks to the vigilant efforts of the comic book Internet community. Rob Granito has reportedly been banished from a number of high profile conventions for his unscrupulous practices of tracing or otherwise duplicating existing comic book artwork and selling it as his own; misrepresenting himself to convention organizers and other parties as a working professional; claiming to be the "ghost" creator of famous comic book works; and, most distastefully, attempting to strengthen his fabricated reputation by lying about a working relationship with the late Dwayne McDuffie.
Marvel Comics confirmed at Saturday's "Cup O' Joe" panel at C2E2 the relaunching of its Daredevil title with a new issue #1 from the new creative team of writer Mark Waid and artists Paolo Rivera and Marcos Martin. The series debuts in July of this year and will truly begin a new era for the Man Without Fe
This weekend, the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo kicks off its second year in the Windy City's McCormick Place. Sadly, none of the staffers here at ComicsAlliance are going to be in attendance this year, but in a bit of wishful thinking, we discovered that for a relatively new show, C2E2 has a lot going on.
So much, in fact, that it might be a little overwhelming, even for a seasoned con-goer.
Last week, renowned comic book writer and editor Mark Waidannounced that he was leaving his position as Chief Creative Officer at Boom! Studios to focus not only on his freelance work as a comic book writer, but particularly on digital comics and experiments within the space of digital distribution. Long an outspoken supporter of digital comics -- often to controversial effect -- Waid talked with ComicsAlliance edi
After three years as an executive, Mark Waid has stepped down from his staff position at BOOM! Studios to return to freelance writing. Waid joined the Los Angeles-based publisher as Editor-in-Chief in 2007 and transitioned to Chief Creative Officer in 2010. Accomplishments during Waid's te
Right now there are approximately two things that Superman or a Superman-analogue character can do to inspire vitriolic hatred. The first is to take a walking tour of major U.S. cities while using his powers to settle local problems. And
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