Some promises are easier to keep than others. Keeping a promise to pick up your grandparents from the airport is pretty simple, for example, while keeping a promise to disband your team of trained killers after the resurrection of an incredibly dangerous, immortal supervillain is a little harder
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DC Comics' flagship heroes may be coming up on 700 issues, but Marvel's most merry mercenary isn't about to let a little thing like reality stop him from retaining the highest mainstream comics count. This August, Deadpool celebrates his 1000th issue (sort of) and Marvel's sparing no expense to help the anti-hero ring in the occasion
The X-Men have faced down (and defeated) Apocalypse more than a few times over the years, but this October Rick Remender and Jerome Opeña will explore how a new team of mutants responds to ancient villain in "X-Force" #1, where they face the world-ending threat of Apocalypse... in
"Fear Agent" creator and current "Punisher" writer Rick Remender released the following image yesterday evening, teasing a new comics project entitled "Earth Zero." The question is: What is it?
Is "Earth Zero" a new ongoing series? A new original graphic novel? Who's publishing it? Dark Horse, Marvel, Icon? Why so mysterious Remender?
All we know for sure is that Remender will be writing and Greg Tocchini will be handling illustrative duties - or at least, that's what we can infer based on traditional creative team credit placement on teasers in the past.Given Remender's flair
We're big proponents of all manner of fan art here at ComicsAlliance, but as noted by Robot 6, Adam Trosper's video game based on Rick Remender and Tony Moore's "Fear Agent" goes beyond the call of duty by bringing the sci-fi action to life in 3-D.
Created by Trosper and a team of fellow students (including Josh Tuftee, Mike Russano, Brad Benson and Andrew Dutton) at the Illinois Inst
The superhero pastiche has become so common in comics that it's practically its own genre. And overall it's not a very good one. While some writers and artists of genuine talent have applied themselves to the reinterpretation of iconic characters, so have a lot of unskilled hacks who just can't think of anything original
ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest -- and best -- books coming out this week.
AND AT LAST WE ARRIVE AT THE END -- Planetary #27
I believe I may be required by law in this review to address the following topic first: This week Wildstorm is releasing the 27th and final issue of Warren Ellis and John Cassaday's Planetary. The series premiered with issue one way back in the spring of 1999 and in 2000 was nominated f
Dark Horse Comics proudly presents a new ongoing superhero event sure to have fans of the genre buzzing. For his return to the world of comics, renowned artist Mat Broome teams up with critically acclaimed writer Rick Remender in The End League. A merging of The Lord of t