Do you have "Extreme Talent"? Would you like to have your story illustrated by Rob Liefeld in an upcoming Image comic? If the answer to either of these questions is a resounding "yes," then Liefeld's contest calling on burgeoning creators to reinvent one of his Extreme characters for publication in an upcoming issue of Youngblood and Bloodstrike could be for you.A reportedly relatively
We've had movies about the behind the scenes drama involved in launching social media companies and building baseball teams, so why not one about the real-life tale of seven friends going it alone and launching their own comic book company? At least, that's what Image founder Rob Liefeld believes - and he's even gone so fa
He may have seemingly burned bridges at both Marvel and DC in recent years, but there's no reason to feel sorry for Rob Liefeld just yet. Not only are his creator-owned titles undergoing new critical appraisal thanks to last year's
Rob Liefeld fans have even more reason to be excited about the upcoming Deadpool video game than they may have initially thought, with the revelation that another of the creator's signature Marvel characters will be showing up to co-star in the game. Hint: He's a time-traveling cyborg with a glowing eye and bad attitude.
Liefeld excitedly shared the news -- via scans of Xbox
While other sites may be content to bring you Rocktober, Shocktober or Mohawktober, ComicsAlliance is committed to commemorating the things that really matter! That's why this month, we're bringing you 31 days of Youngblood's teenage strongman as we celebrate Badrocktober!DID YOU KNOW...
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Over a lifetime of reading comics, Senior Writer Chris Sims has developed an inexhaustible arsenal of facts and opinions. That's why each and every week, we turn to you, to put his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: What's the one thing about comics you have been wrongest about? -- @adampknave
A: Listen up, Adam: Just because you got your question answe
The year is 1991. George HW Bush is the President of the United States. Oil fields are burning in Kuwait. Terminator 2 is breaking box office records. C+C Music Factory, Color Me Badd and that terrible Bryan Adams song from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves are all over the airwaves. Oh, and comic books are selling like hotcakes. Thi
Rob Liefeld has quit DC Comics. What's that, you say? He did that last month? Well, yes - but that planned 2013 departure has been moved up significantly "to preserve my sanity," he told Twitter yesterday.Citing "too much BS," Liefeld announced that his final DC issues would appear next month instead of some time in 2013, explaining "I belie
One of my favorite genres in comics is the space opera. There have obviously been great space operas in television, books, and movies, but to me there's something about the medium of comic books that makes it especially effective for the genre, particularly when in the hands of Europeans, or at least European-style artists. Moebius, Enki Bi