Marvel Comics has announced a new X-Men title launching in April that spotlights the female members of the team. Yes, finally, a book dedicated to some of the many X-Women who have won fan hearts for years! The X-Women who have dominated the franchise since the Chris Claremont days! Obviously, then, this book celebrating X-Women is called X-Men.The gender-confused name doesn't bother w
This week, those purveyors of pricey housewares at Williams-Sonoma company announced that they're teaming up with Marvel Comics for a new line of kitchen equipment featuring Marvel's mightiest super-heroes. They've kicked things
Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's why we've given Senior Writer Chris Sims the punishment pleasure of stepping into the grand tradition of the Answer Man as he responds to your reader questions.
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As most everyone who reads comics knows at this point, Marvel's "Siege" event ended this week with a book that a number of fans have found to be a little lackluster. If you'd like to see something that makes it look like fried storytelling gold, however, I'd suggest the epilogue to "Siege" found in "The Sentry: Fallen Sun," because brother, that thing is rough.
Even beyond the title (
The ladies of Marvel have never been more kawaii than the Kotobukiya imported Marvel Bishoujo statues! Except maybe for "X-Men: The Manga." And "X-Men: Misfits." And OK, a bunch of times, shut up. But it's the first time
I wasted a lot of energy in my rocking and rolling teenage years trying to convince people that "emo" wasn't a thing, but you know what? I'm too tired to care anymore, so let's just marginalize a style of rock and roll I enjoyed at 16 and agree that sad things are cute, eh?
That's the best way to appreciate the truly awesome "Super 'Emo' Friends" prints by JSalvador Design, which as i09 has pointed out, are availa