With this week's release of the first "Twilight" graphic novel and the truly hilarious trailer for "Eclipse," it's become increasingly apparent that this whole "Twilight" thing is planning on sticking around for the foreseeable future. And when ComicsAlliance Senior Writer Chris Sims actually read "Twilight" and liveblogge
The central concept behind "Twilight" -- and its sequel, "New Moon," which is currently destroying box office records -- is that a pretty young thing falls in love with a monster best known for preying on humankind, but she nonetheless has absolute faith that their love will overcome his desire to kill her all the time.
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Yesterday may have seen the release of Grant Morrison's "Batman and Robin" and Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon's "Punisher," but the new comic release we've been looking forward to the most was the "Female Force" biography of "Twilight" creator Stephenie Meyer!
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"Twilight" scribe Stephenie Meyer will soon be getting her own bio comic in the "Female Force" series, titled "Twilight Unbound: The Stephenie Meyer Story," which so far has only been notable for the fact that the artist decided to pull a "Fitness" magazine and lop off like a third of her body because of the strict "no fatties" (and "no slightly chubbies") code in comics illu
Xkcd imagines what would happen if "Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer went head to head with 4-chan... and it doesn't end well for the trolls.