It's Thanksgiving today here in America, which means that the streets of New York City have been overtaken by the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade! As usual, it was a pretty big deal for those of us who enjoy ushering in the holiday season with Pikachu, Spider-Man and, of course, Santa Claus himself. In 1989, however, there was another guest who appeared to kick off Christmas: Batman's arch-nemesis, The Joker.
It is... not the best public appearance a supervillain has ever made. It is, in fact, so terrible that it might actually be a supervillain plot. Check it out below!
Last year we collected 35 comic book covers celebrating Thanksgiving and, in the spirit of being thankful that ComicsAlliance is around for yet another feast holiday, we've returned for a second helping that tacks on 15 more pieces of comic book covers and other artwork (we had to cheat a little, there's just not very many covers!) that mark the fourth Thursday of November here in the United States. You can see them all, presented in no particular order, after the jump. And yes, we did find even more examples of Donald Duck's contempt for his fellow bird the turkey. He's an... odd duck. *chortle!
For many Americans, the Thanksgiving holiday is a time of blessing and gratitude that facilitates the coming together of friends and family both close and disparate to break bread, reflect upon their lives and relationships with one another, and to contemplate the depths of their unspoken disdain.
For other Americans, Thanksgiving is all about Black Friday and Cyber Monday. The busiest shopping days of the year come with bargains accurately advertised as “insane,” and they’re to be found in virtually every dimension of the retail universe. It’s the ideal time of year to fill the deep, dark holes in our souls with material goods that reflect or enhance our personal brands and lifestyle idioms, and you can believe comic book merchants are getting in on the action.
Because we are the second kind and know you are too, we've assembled some helpful comics-related sellers who will be offering some unbelievable bargains this holiday season.
The American version of Thanksgiving is this week, and whether you celebrate the holiday as a gathering of family or a get-together for friends, the day can always be a mixed bag in terms of the quality of people who show up. Sometimes they're family members you're obligated to invite, sometimes they're friends of friends, but somehow there's always someone who makes the day memorable, but not necessarily in a good way. Here are ten characters who might rain on your Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Next week Americans will gather 'round their respective tables with friends and family to reflect on all of the things they're thankful for. Delicious food is generally what folks focus on, sure, but it's important not to forget about a Thanksgiving table's all-important centerpiece. After all, how are you supposed to add depth to turkey/tofurkey Instagram photos without some extra pilgrim-looking jazz around? With this in mind, we've collected a few action figure options that can help transform your day off from work from "perfectly acceptable" to "more pilgrim-ed than average." Hit the jump for four pilgrim action figure recommendations to spice up your Thanksgiving.
On behalf of the ComicsAlliance staff, we hope all our readers had a fantastic thanksgiving, and the best of luck to all of you looking for Black Friday comic book deals (you can check out our Black Friday shopping guide here). With the holiday upon u
The time is once again here for Thanksgiving in America, and while most of us just use the holiday as an excuse to binge on turkey, there is a deeper meaning behind it. It's the day that we set aside to honor the time that the Native Americans helped out the Pilgrims, who would not have otherwise survived the harsh winter in their new home. Things
For many Americans, the Thanksgiving holiday is a time of blessing and gratitude that facilitates the coming together of friends and family both close and disparate to break bread, reflect upon their lives and relationships with one another, and to contemplate the depths of their unspoken disdain. For other Ameri
Holidays: It's Thanksgiving here in the United States, so we're doing the holiday thing. Hope you folks are enjoying yourselves, even if you're abroad and have to pay the bills today! Toys: Mimoco has announced a new line of Mimob
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