Halloween is nearly upon us, and as the less-organized among us rush to decide on Halloween costumes (and complete them!) ComicsAlliance will be presenting tutorials on how to make costumes for some of the most popular comic book Halloween costumes, starting today with one of the most fashionable ladies from one of the most popular comics of the year: Ramona Flowers of Scott Pilgrim.
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If there's one thing I learned during my days as a commuter, it's that people love bumper stickers. Whether they're showing off their politics, religion, or just the fact that they're really, really into Iron Maiden, people love 'em -- and the same holds true for your favorite super-heroes and villains. After all, what'
By now, everyone and their mother has probably seen the video that mashes up the audio of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" with footage from "The Matrix," but from what I can tell, that's only the start. Toda
It's fair to say that most video games based on movies or comic books suck. There are a few exceptions -- "Spider-Man 2," "Marvel vs. Capcom" -- but by and large, if it's a tie-in, conventional wisdom suggests you get a friend to buy it so you can play it at their house without wasting your hard-earned cash. That