Let's face it - Marvel Entertainment's "The Super Hero Squad Show" isn't for everybody. It's very cutesy, featuring incredibly adorable but not particularly serious renditions of your favorite Marvel heroes
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. SPOILERS FOLLOW.
DOWNPLAYING TURNING THIRTY - She-Hulk Sensational One-Shot
This year marks She-Hulk's thirtieth anniversary, which puts Marvel in a bit of a pickle because they'd like to celebrate it but Jennifer Walters doesn't actually have her own book at the moment. The solution? Bring in writers Peter David and Brian Reed and artist
It's Girl Week on ComicsAlliance, and as part of our celebrations of women in comics, we're taking a look at the women who actually are in the comics! Today, we're taking a look at a few of our favorite (and least favorite) super-heroines to see how they stack up, as ranked by CA Senior Writer Chris Sims!
The Queen Mother of all super-heroines, Wonder Woman was one of the first, and certainly the longest running female hero in comics, and in the years since her debut in 1941, she's been a feminist icon, the subject of Frederic Wertham's controversial scrutiny, and one of the core members of the DC Universe. Pretty impressive, considering that
Brian Michael Bendis is a Skrull! That was just one of the myriad shocking revelations unloaded today to comic connoiseurs--some themselves dressed in the most shocking of attires, as Dooley is so nicely illustrating--at Wizard World during the Powers and Avengers scribe's hour-long panel. T