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
For the past few weeks, the jolly elves here at ComicsAlliance have been offering up rundowns of our favorite holiday comics, starting with DC and then moving on to Marvel! But with 70 years' worth of holiday specials floating around out there, they can't all be great.
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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
In an announcement that reads something like the coolest buddy cop movie trailer ever, Image Comics has revealed that founders Todd McFarlane and Rob Liefeld along with artist Greg Capullo have joined forces for an upcoming finale of the "Spawn: Endgame" storyline.
The story effectively ushers in a brand new Spawn (the original
A new "X-Factor" comic by Peter David recently revealed that Shatterstar, a previously rat-tailed warrior from a gladiatorial alternate dimension, was gay or bisexual after he shared a surprise kiss with male teammate Rictor.
Rob Liefeld -- Shatterstar's creator who used to draw him as the pouch-adorned anatomical curiosity depicted