Possessed with an unusually strong command of layout and a mastery of multiple illustration styles, former Daredevil artist Paolo Rivera’s work is a favorite of not just other artists but also to fans of design and drawing. The artist caters to both on his blog, which is frequently updated with fascinating process pieces that include his own reference photographs and helpful discussions of technique. We've excerpted several of these on ComicsAlliance before, but none as fun as these wedding invitations Rivera created to pay homage to his new wife April but also the great characters -- notably Tintin creator Hergé -- for whom the couple shares a great love.
Movies: USA Today has debuted a new still from Man of Steel... which is Superman standing around with some military peeps like in the trailer.
Video: It's the pairing you seriously never dreamed in fan Adrien Fauconnier's Tintin Vs. Dragon Ball trailer.
As great as many blockbuster films look on screen these days, we live in a strange age where most official movie posters are essentially constantly-reconfigured collages with many devolving into outright Photoshop Disasters. In the tradition of Mondo's stable of artists delivering much more interesting contemporary and classic movie posters in
This just in from the Department of "What Were They Thinking?": The Brussels Appeal Court has upheld the decision to keep Herge's Tintin Au Congo (Tintin In The Congo) on the shelves, ruling -- somewhat amazingly -- that the 1931 comic strip isn't actually racist after all.
Here's the thing; I have no problem with the decision to keep t
While other sites may be content to bring you Rocktober, Shocktober or Mohawktober, ComicsAlliance is committed to commemorating the things that really matter! That's why this month, we're bringing you 31 days of Tintin's nautical pal as we celebrate Captain Haddocktober!DID YOU KNOW...
- Hergé did not reveal Captain H
Comic Book Comics, the six-issue miniseries by Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey that retold the history of comic books in comic books, finally gets collected on May 23 (note: not May 9, as previously announced) in an IDW trade paperback collection titled The Comic Book History of Comics: The
Movies: Eiga's got scads of new stills from Capcom's Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, directed by Takashi Miike and opening in Japan on February 11.
Photos: In Brussels, Hergé's Tintin and his buds are simply all over the place.
As embarrassing as it might be for someone with my job to admit it, I've never read Tintin, the classic comic series by Belgian artist Hergé. It's always been described to me not only as a masterpiece, but as exactly the kind of genre-busting all-ages adventure story that I love, but it's just been one of those gaps in my comics knowledge that I've never gotten around to filling. In that respect, I n
After extensive research, I have determined that I am never, ever going to get tired of superhero comics getting mashed up with other things, particularly other things I like, which today includes Belgian cartoonist and Tintin creator Herge. Beho
Upcoming: Fantagraphics has unveiled its Spring/Summer 2012 distributor's catalog, which includes works by Gary Panter, Mort Meskin, Malcolm McNeill, Basil Wolverton, George Herriman, Josh Simmons, Gilbert Hernandez, Jaime Hernandez, Tom Kaczynski, Nicolas Mahler, Jacques Tardi, Gabriella Giandelli, Guy Peellaert, Lorenzo Mattotti, Ulli Lust and many, many more.
Freedom of Speech: The offices of French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo were firebombed, presumably by Islamic extremists, a day after the magazine named the Prophet Muha