While the advent of ComiXology has made several classic comics available to read digitally, the migration of comic strips to the digital world has been comparatively slow. That's now changed, as Universal Uclick's GoComics has launched a free app that enables you to read many classic comic strips on your tablet and phone for free, including Peanuts, Doonesbury, Garfield, The Boondocks and more. But the most notable inclusion may be Calvin and Ho
Louie, the FX show created and produced by comedian Louis C.K., ranks right up there with Dan Harmon's Community as one of the most innovative comedies on TV today. As such, when I initially saw this brilliant video mash-up of Louie and the Peanuts gang, with Louie as Charlie Brown, my first thought was that it could easily be a clip from the show itself. Anyone familiar with the series knows that Louie is
We are not the mainstream.
That's a truth understood by anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or in any other way queer. We are not the audience. We are not the market. We are not the
We've showcased our share of Francesco Francavilla's awesome art here at CA. From his work for Marvel (Black Panther, Captain America & Bucky), Archie (Archie Meets Kiss) and other major publishers to his regular contributions to Comic Twart, Francavilla has covered a lot of comic book character ground with his bold style. His series of Hellboy-meets-
TV: A new preview of this week's episode of Harry's Law sees former Smallville star Erica Durance beating up a dude while dressed in Adrianne Palicki's costume from David E. Kelley's failed Wonder Woman pilot.
Anime: Brigid Alverson digs into the recent fall of Bandai Entertainment in North America.
On sale now from BOOM! Studios' all ages kaboom! imprint is Peanuts #1, launching a new monthly comic book series based on the classic and beloved characters created by Charles Schulz. The notion of new Peanuts stories not created by Schulz mi
Amazing: Tumblr user Transie's Poké ball rose by any other evolution would look as awesome.
Crime: A copy of Amazing Fantasy #15 worth an estimated $15,000 has reportedly gone missing from a comic collector's home in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Industry: Cowboys and Aliens rightsholders Platinum Studios apparently lost $7.5 million in the first half of 2011 and are now work