Last week, as most Americans geared up for their annual turkey-themed face-stuffing holiday, we asked ComicsAlliance readers to tell us what they were thankful for this year, particularly in relationship to the world of comic books
From Wi-Fi at McDonalds to G.I. Joe action figures with more than 11 points of articulation, 2010 has a lot of things that the '80s sorely lacked. One thing that decade did better, though, was the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. It's been a few years since I've woken up before noon to catch it, but if YouTube is to be believed the Masters of the Universe Float from '84 and the Marvel Floats from '87 and '89 alone are proof alone that the parade's floats just ain't what they used to be. See Skeletor whack Orko in the face with his Havoc Staff and the Silver Surfer hold on for dear life after the jump.
The Thanksgiving holiday is nearly upon us, so we're starting our weekend contest early! We'll have a reduced posting schedule over the next couple days as we travel to see our families, face their innumerable questions about our futures and explain how "blogging" is a real job for the 30th time, and try not to kill each other over turkey and cranberry sauce.
For me, one of the single greatest moments of the holiday season is the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade! Not only does it signal the official start of the Christmas season, but it's the perfect combination of crass commercialism, holiday festivity and high school marching bands. And yet, as muc
No, that's not a double entendre. Unless you want it to be, in which case let me beat you to the punch and acknowledge the comedic value of the phrase "Wonder Woman lassoed the banana missile." This picture from the "Superheroes Super Healthy Cookbook," a DC comics themed recipe collection from the early 80s
The Jade Giant and others want nothing more than to join the fun, but nobody seems to rival the Web-Slinger in terms of popularity - especially not M.O.D.O.K.