Cartoonist Mike Maihack concludes his trilogy of one-page Supergirl/Batgirl strips with this eminently cute Christmas-themed one-off in which the Girl of Steel once again defeats her old chum on the battlefield of fashion. In this case, Batgirl endures the superhero equiv
Artist Shane Davis (Superman: Earth One), editor Matt Idelson, writer Mike Green (Supergirl), artist Mahmud Asrar (Supergirl) and writer/artist Dan Jurgens (Superman) took to the stage at New York Comic Con to tell fans what they can expect from DC Comics' line of Superman titles. Click below the jump for news on the new creative team of Superman, the next volume of Superman: Earth One, the new loo
Mike Maihack's Supergirl/Batgirl #1 was among the standouts of DC Fifty-Too, a project led by cartoonist Jon Morris that saw independent artists from across comics and the Web create their own version of the DC Comics relaunch. Always a ComicsAlliance favorite and a regular guest star in Best Art Ever (This Week), Maihack's idea of pairing the Girl of S
Last Friday, we announced the all-new Superman family of comic book titles for the DC Comics relaunch in September, with new takes on Action Comics, Superman, Superboy, and last but not least, Supergirl, where the young female Kryptonian can be seen sporting a brand-new costume in the teaser art.
Reactions to the new costume have been mixed, as they usually are, and it seemed to quash the rumor that all the
After yesterday's announcements, there were only four titles left out of DC's 52 new #1s, and it wasn't difficult to figure out what they'd be: Action Comics, Superman, Superboy and Supergirl. Namely, the four main Super-titles.
And so, led by the prodigious
Brilliant artist, eminently approachable comic con celebrity and steadfast defender of Power Girl's boobs, Amanda Conner is one of our very favorite artists and today is her BIRTHDAY! In honor of this festive occasion, ComicsAlliance put together a gallery of artwork to reflect her career, which has included memorable work with characters including Vampirella, Power Girl, Catwoman, Supergirl, Painkiller Jane and many more of superhero comics' most beloved female icons. With a unique synthesis of humor, sass and sexiness, Conner's expressions of female characters are as empowering as they are endearing
Here at ComicsAlliance, we like to keep up with the litany of inexplicable choices that is the Sexy Halloween Costume industry, and even though that holiday's still eight months away, the next bold move was revealed today by our friends over at Topless Robot:
Yep: a line of costumes based on DC Direct's Ame-Comi statues.
Over at the CostumeCraze blog -- whic
Just in time for the gift-giving holidays, New York City jewelry maker nOir has debuted a luxurious new line of rings, necklaces and other precious items based on the women of DC Comics. Fittingly launched on a Wednesda