Seattle's Emerald City Comicon has confirmed that the very talented Adi Granov (Iron Man: Extremis) will provide the cover artwork for this year's edition of Monsters & Dames, a limited edition hardcover book compiling original illustrations from some of comics' best artists including Bill Sienkiewicz, Camilla D'Erricco, Kevin Nowlan, Tony Moore, Bruce Timm, Katie Cook, Francis Manapul & Agnes Garbowska, Mikeatron!, Scott Morse, Phil Noto, Mike Allred, Paul Guinan, Brandon Graham, David Petersen, Moritat, Dustin Nguyen, Nat Jones and many more. Sales of Monsters & Dames go to support Seattle Children's Hospital, who've received more than $20,000 since
Digital: Marvel's comiXology app is now available on Android devices. Additionally, Marvel content is now also available on the Comics by comiXology Android app.
Gaming: The upcoming Transformers: Fall of Cybertron will include the Combaticons and their combined form Bruticus.
Movies: Will the next Wolverine movie have an R-rat
TV: The Walking Dead's season two premiere on October 16 will be 90 minutes, but the season itself will have a slow march in two sections. The first six eps will air in the weeks following the premiere with the rest to resume February 12 and its following Sundays.
Gaming: DC Universe On
For many years Venom was known more as a t-shirt design than a comic book character. But then the '90s ended,and the world collectively realized that wearing black all the time, while awesome, could not go on forever. If we over-consumed t
In what the artist quite rightly described as "very, very sucky," Tony Moore has reported the suspected theft of five pages of original artwork from Venom #1, his new Marvel Comics series with Rick Remender. The completed pencils were shipped to inker Danny Miki via FedEx, but the package that arrived was obviously "tampered with." Some artwork was damaged and five pages were missin
Launching this March is a new Venom ongoing series by Rick Remender and Tony Moore. The announcement of a new project by the creators of Fear Agent and lunacy-laden run on Punisher gave us quite the thrill back in December, but we reserved a full commitment to the book pending the identity of Venom's new host, whose name
Announced this week to great fanfare from the comics Twittersphere as well as here at ComicsAlliance HQ was Venom, a new ongoing series by Rick Remender and Tony Moore. The creators of Dark Horse's Fear Agent and a memorably insane run on Marvel's Punisher will bring their signature style of charm and ul