After months of anticipation, the reboot is finally here with this week's release of Justice League #1, ushering in a new era for the DC Universe. It's an era of big changes, and if you want to experience them for yourself, it's obviously best to avoid the spoilers that are going to be cropping up on the Internet. If, however, you want to be thoroughly entertained, those spoilers are exactly what you should be looking for -- mostly because they're fake.
For as long as they've existed, comic books have been getting a bad rap, but earlier this week, comic book writer and ComicsAlliance contributor Gail Simone set out to shine a spotlight on the good they've done. The result: Twitter's #comicsdidagoodthing tag, in which people shared stories of all the good things
Fundraising: Alan Amato's planned "Illuminate Parkinson's" touring art show, which is designed to raise awareness about the disease, is currently seeking donations. Grant Morrison, Neil Gaiman and more have lent their support by appearing in gallery photos.
Twitter: What's wit
Neil Gaiman has achieved a nearly unrivaled level of stardom for a comics creator, although some of that fame is derived not just from his work on Sandman, but his novels, children's books, and screenwriting for film and television. Nonetheless, he passes the rather rigorous mom test of mainstream re
There's a lot to be said about the typically vapid and shamelessly self-serving behavior of celebrities on Twitter, which is ostensibly designed as a medium for relevant exchange and interaction with one's friends, fans or other kinds of followers. But
As part of our ongoing effort to serve you, our valued readers, ComicsAlliance has been kicking it into high gear across Relevant Socialnetworkdom. We do the Digg, we make with the Facebooking and we Twitterze like it's nobody's business