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Nina Matsumoto is far from unknown in the world of comics. Her manga-style "The Simpsons" masterpiece put on the map for a lot of people, and she periodically pencils stories in Bongo's official Simpsons series. Her efforts there even netted her an Eisner back in 2009. You're missing out on her full range of art powers if you haven't seen the Calvin and Hobbes, Futurama a
Music: Wavves frontman Nathan Williams is teaming with artist Nicholas Gazin for Negative Dad, a potentially 12-issue comic series about "...heshers, evil parents, cat people, juvenile delinquents with partially functioning mutant powers, aliens, dreams." It'll come wit
ComicsAlliance readers no doubt remember with enormous fondness the early seasons of The Simpsons. That period of the series is without question the single biggest influence on all American primetime animation that followed, featuring a number of classic characters and relentlessly hilarious stories and jokes that is truly staggering. Among The Simpsons bits that stand out for certain generat
As part of his ongoing quest to be king of all media, Neil Gaiman revealed on Twitter that he's currently recording an upcoming guest appearance on The Simpsons. As his Twitpic reveals, a huge portion of The Simpsons budget seems to be going towards cree
Photography: Hoffer Photography showcases the wedding of Erin and Tim, whose party seemed to have a secret identity all its own.
Conventions: According to organizer ReedPop, this past weekend's New York Comic Con was attended by more than 95,000 attendees over its three days of operation.
Cosplay: Hollywood's crackdown on costumed
Could TV's most iconic funnybook peddler be headed for great Android's Dungeon in the sky? According to Bongo Comics' August solicitations, "The Simpsons" portly supporting cast member Comic Book Guy will meet his maker in the pages of "Comic Book Guy: The Comic Book" #2 with a funeral eulogized by none other than Stan "The Man" Lee
While most of us continue to have mad love and respect for the golden age of "The Simpsons" -- whatever you consider that to be -- most of us would probably agree that this golden age is not currently taking place, and may not be watching the new episodes every Sunday as we once did before.
And so you
Dean at Springfield Punx has outdone himself. As longstanding pop culture morphers, the blog's unleashed its share of comic book characters fit to mingle with Radioactive Man, but this past weekend's "Lost" mashup is a real triumph.
The Beat brought "The Losties" to our attention, pointing out i