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
Love it or hate it, the "Smallville" TV show has been one of the most popular mass media adaptations of a comic, reaching millions of viewers each week with stories of what Clark Kent's life was like before he became Superman. Now, we're mark
After a long 26-issue run on the title, creators Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle are saying goodbye to DC Comics' "Supergirl." Beginning with January's issue #60, the series' new creative team will consist of Nick Spencer ("T.H.U.N
"Superman/Batman: Apocalypse" is the latest direct to DVD animated film from DC Entertainment, an adaptation of the Superman/Batman six issue story arc "Supergirl" originally created by writer Jeph Loeb and artist Michael Turner. The film's title, Apocalyps
For those of you who have endured the horros an innocent "Supergirl" image search can yield online, prepare for a touch of redemption. In "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse," your favorite female Kryptonian is only kinda naked
Waking up on Earth after years of space stasis would be pretty weird, but it's nice to see Kara Zor-El has the sense not to totally freak out and run around in nothing but a trench coat blowing up cop cars in the latest "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse" animated trailer entitled "Run." Oh... wait. Scratch that. She
If you weren't impressed by the behind the scenes featurette on "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse," the forthcoming direct-to-video DC Universe Animation original film - and let's face it, with a complete dearth of actual footage from the film, it's absolutely okay if you weren't impressed - you might sing a different tune after watching the actual "Apocalypse" trailer.
Those of you already familiar with the "Superman/Batman" run of comics from Jeph Loeb and Michael Turne
They've been the "World's Finest" as well as "Public Enemies" together, and now longtime voice actors Kevin Conroy (Batman) and Tim Daly (Superman) are joining forces for the upcoming "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse