Today is Michael Jackson's birthday, and in addition to cranking up Off the Wall, we're celebrating around here by remembering that time that the King of Pop almost bought Marvel Comics so that he could play Spider-Man in a movie. Seriously: That was a thing th
Marvel's Chairman Emeritus Stan Lee has been making the promotional rounds in support of the company's latest motion picture, The Avengers, based on the classic superheroes he created with Jack Kirby. By this point in his life, the 89-year-ol
Each year, "MAD" magazine selects the 20 dumbest people and events of the previous 12 months for its "MAD 20" list. ComicsAlliance already featured a preview of the Sarah Palin entry last week, but now we're back to reveal the #1 dumbest thing of 2009: Michael Jackson.
Or more specifically, the canonization of Michael Jackson, the brilliant, troubled King of Pop who passed
--Comic creator and industry guru Scott McCloud shares an impressive comic book drawing he made when he was 15 years old.
The news of Michael Jackson's death last week seemed to make all other news come to a screeching halt, even overshadowing the passage of a landmark climate change bill. But wait, there's more: It also only prevented the reunion of Megan Fox and
-- Offworld.com has an insane download of "American Elf Bros," a hacked ROM of Super Mario Bros where you can play as "American Elf" creator James Kochalka.
Like it or not, you have to admit that there were many bizarre circumstances involved in the life of the Michael Jackson. And so it's not surprising that his passing would also leave its share of bizarre events, rippling out into the world in a kind of shockwave of the strange
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The King of Pop is dead. Michael Jackson passed away to the sadness and shock of millions of fans worldwide -- including me
Darth Vader and his Stormtroopers perform the zombie dance from "Thriller." That is all.