In honor of this past weekend's New York City Comic Con, mobile and PC game developer Happy Giant rolled out three new videos showing off gameplay from the Beta version of the upcoming Usagi Yojimbo: Way of the Ronin. The first video game bas
TV: We weren't in love with Deadshot's Arrow appearance, but Deathstroke is looking pretty faithful to his comic book counterpart.
Industry: According to ICv2, the digital comics market did very well in the first half of 2012, "tripling vs. the first half of 2011," when the market was already
Two new Marvel animated feature trailers have arrived online, each putting a distinct spin on popular Avengers heroes. The trailer for Iron Man: Rise of Technovore (set for a spring, 2013 release) by anime studio Madhouse has the tone of a more mature techno thriller as Iron Man clashes with both Ezekiel Stane and his own friends from The Avengers after being framed for a terrorist attack. Meanwhile in Marvel Animation's CG animated and more kid-targetted Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United (arriving on April 23), more lighthearted
Coulson Lives! Today at New York Comic Con's Marvel Television panel, Marvel TV head Jeph Loeb announced -- by way of a special video starring The Avengers director Joss Whedon and Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige -- that Clark Gregg will be reprising his role as Agent Coulson in ABC's upcoming S.H.I.E.L.D. TV
Two years ago, after New York Comic-Con, I invited--dragged might be a better word--Ryan Kelly and Kieron Gillen out to dinner with me and a few friends. I had in mind that they'd become friends and someday work together, and my nefarious scheme seems to have paid off
Friday's major Marvel panels at New York Comic-Con were light on announcements - perhaps an inevitable consequence of the way Marvel has been drip-feeding news about its Marvel NOW launches over the past several weeks, as well as the con's proximity to the conclusion of the Avengers Vs. X-Men event that ate th
I've been a fan of Ryan Browne for years based on God Hates Astronauts, the comic where he does superheroes being jerks to each other better than just about anyone else who tries, but his new book, Blast Furnace has exactly the kind of quirky twist that I love. It started as what Browne calls an "Improv Comic," with each page d
In January comic book and graphic novel publisher Oni Press will relaunch its website as a new webcomics hub, featuring free comics every week day. The material will include at least two brand new serials a week and a mixture of previously published comics. After the serials conclude they will be released in print as graphic novels. This long-in-the-works initiative was made official at Friday's Oni Press panel at New York Comic Con, where Editor-in-Chief James Lucas Jones spoke more about the publisher's new projects from creators including Cullen Bunn, Joëlle Jones, Joe Harris, Brian Churilla... and Chris Sims.
Lego let loose a variety of Marvel and DC Universe minifigures back during San Diego Comic-Con this summer and it seems that now, at New York Comic Con, the toymaker has found a few of them proper homes in sets slated to roll out in 2013. On the Marvel Super Heroes side of things, Lego is bringing Disney XD's Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon to life with a "Spider-Man: Dai
Happy isn't Grant Morrison's only foray into creator-owned independent comics these days, it seems. At New York Comic Con, the writer announced a new project with publisher Legendary Comics, entitled Annihilator.The series sounds like a Charlie Kaufman movie gone