Rob Liefeld - Page 5
Anyone who's been paying attention to the DC Comics slate for the past year or two has probably noticed an increasing number of titles written and drawn by the same person. While some of these are by
Who would win in a fight, Wade Wilson or Hal Jordan? Although we may never see the two battle it out mano a mano, it seems that two Hollywood film studios could be going to war over the presence of Ryan Reynolds
For the ComicsAlliance staff, HeroesCon was a weekend of highlights, but one of our favorite moments of the show was when Editor-in-Chief Laura Hudson, Assistant Editor Caleb Goellner and Senior Writer Chris Sims got their picture taken with none other than Rob Liefeld:
For the record, Liefeld was as nice in person as you've probably heard, and was totally cool with three people running up to grab a picture when he was picking up a package at the front desk. We imagine he gets that a lot.
Still, as great as
It's hard to remember that there was a time when even Wolverine was nothing more than just another inscrutable loose cannon known for killing, but that's exactly what he was before he gained his notoriety
Despite having a solid twenty years of Cable comics to draw inspiration from, military science has yet to create a rifle with the diameter of a good-sized oak tree that can still be carried around by one person, but as we learned this morning, the people at Area51Tactical.com have done the next best thing.
Earlier this week, we talked about Stan Lee's upcoming super-hero project with Archie, and while there were plenty of interesting things batted around, what caught our attention most was the fact that Stan Lee will actually be appearing in the comic, using his knowledge of super-heroics to mentor characters like Laser Lord here. It won't be the first time Stan's shown up in his own comics (he and Jack Kirby were famously denied entrance into the Fantastic Four's wedding
From his contribution to the upcoming "Deadpool: Merc With A Mouth" #7 to his pencils in the "Image United" event, Rob Liefeld's been keeping busy revisiting some of him most popular characters of late
You're probably tired of hearing it, but yeah, "New Moon" is out. As much as you may or may not care (or pretend not to - I know at least a few of you are seeing it!) there is one crazy comic connection you must learn in order to fully appreciate the cultural significance engulfing our plane of existence this weekend