Get a look at Lego Asgard and more in today's Link Ink.
Guardians of the Galaxy #1 hits stores today, a new series by Brian Michael Bendis and Steve McNiven that hopes to boost the profile of Marvel's space-faring super-team ahead of next summer's movie release, so that when your non-comics friends ask you, "Who are these Guardians of the Galaxy?", you don't answer, "the who-dians of the what-now?"
But... who are the Guardians of the Galaxy? They're actually talking owls from a series of fantasy novels about... no, sorry, my editor is telling me that is not correct. Let's see... the series tells the story of Jack Frost, Santa Claus, the Sandman and... no, I'm getting another note here, hang on... A talking raccoon and a tree? That can't be right.
If you're feeling a little confused, don't panic! ComicsAlliance is here to tell you everything you need to know about the Gladiators of the Gridiron! And then some.
If the name of a new character appearing in the third issue of DC Comics' upcoming sci-fi series Threshold sounds more than a little familiar, then there's a reason for that. Yes, Keith Giffen and Tom Rane
If you were wondering just how Marvel could up the stakes for their movies after introducing Earth's Mightiest Heroes in Marvel's The Avengers, then Kevin Feige has four simple words in response: Guardians of The Galaxy.
Talking to Crave Online, Feige said that
Though he was created by by Bill Mantlo and Keith Giffen and popularized, to a degree, by the art of Hellboy creator Mike Mignola in a 1985 limited comic series, It wasn't until the past few years that Rocket Raccoon got a major chance to shine. Now a regular i
Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson hit the town with "Beasts of Burden" from Dark Horse Comics this week, a four-issue expansion of their Eisner-winning short story about a ragtag band of animals hell-bent on protecting Burden Hill from occult forces.
Could this housebroken band of brothers join the pantheon of great heroic animals in comics? Maybe. Before we kni