This week, Oni Press has released Sharknife Volume 2: ZZ, the long, long, long-awaited sequel to Corey "The Rey" Lewis's 2005 rip-roaring story of video game-style action about a busboy who transforms into a martial arts hero/shark thanks to a magical fortune cookie. I was a huge fan of the original book, and while i
If you've been following my work for a while, you probably know that above almost everything else, I love comics where super-heroes fight animals, and none quite so much as when they throw down on nature's perfect killing machine: The Shark
While we here at ComicsAlliance strive to take Tracy Jordan's advice to heart and live every week like it's Shark Week, the genuine article has finally rolled around once again with the Discovery Channel's five-day celebration of nature's perfect killing machines. It's one of the most mag
Remember those wonderful illustrations of a lightsaber-wielding Batman engaging in combat with a shark by Andrew Zubko? The idea of the Caped Crusader bringing his war on crime away from Gotham City to both the Intergalactic Empire's numero uno badass and the most ruthless predator in the open seas was just too delicious for words. And now, the idea is delicious enough to eat.
Liz Marek of the Artisan Cake Company found inspiration in the Batman
Fans of both the webcomic Nedroid and/or superheroes may wish to take note of the "Beartato Heroes" poster on sale in the site store, where regular characters Beartato (bear), Reginald (bird), and Harrison (shark) step into superhero suits and jump into the air in front of rampaging robots,