Superhero names can be so confusing, can't they? If it begins with a Super, it's a DC, right? But what if it begins with a Wonder? Also a DC? So what about Wonder Man? Wonder Man is a Marvel! Like Power Man! So is Power Girl a Marvel? No! She's a DC!
So if you're ever having trouble remembering which combination of superlative and person belongs to which publisher, ComicsAlliance is here to help. Just print and cut
Not to freak you out, but you could die today. Random accident, sudden aneurysm, violent crime. It's the thought that any of these things could happen at any moment that stops us sometimes, and makes us reflect on how close that truck came or how easy it would be to just slip over the railing. The though
For years now I've felt like Wonder Woman is a character that I wanted to enjoy reading about more than I actually did. Regardless of the take on the character, something always felt just slightly off, slightly missing, as if all the individual elements were there for a great story but no creator was putting them together in a way that felt right to me. But
Good crime comics used to be so hard to find. After the Comics Code Authority spelled doom for the genre after their heyday in the '40s and '50s, they virtually disappeared from the medium for decades. Than
"Epic" is a word that's often thrown around before the phrase "sword and sorcery," probably because when there are wizards with white beards of formidable length abnd enchanted arms and armor and taverns that serve ale in wooden tankards, the stories that will follow are rarely succinct. Generally,
Dealing with characters in a historically accurate environment can be tricky. Origin stories for villains with vague, unspecified pasts can be pretty hard to pull off, too. Typically, unsuccessful forays are quickly sloughed off in continuity sheddings, relegated to "imaginary story" status, and brushed away as interesting, but non-canonical, non-essential chunks of ignored lore. That
A couple weeks ago we gave you our Top 10 favorite comics of 2009, but as you can imagine in any list that short and subjective, it was hard to fit in all the comics, graphic novels, strips, and webcomics worth talking about from the last 365 days. So the CA crew -- Laura Hudson, Brendan McGuirk, Jason Michelitch, Chris Murphy, Nick Nadel, and Chris Sims
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