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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
Kanye West loves comics-inspired fashion and even has a book out that adapted his work to comics, so it's fitting that comics became a popular means for West's fellow users to critique his posts when he signed up for a Twitter account last week. In fact, after seeing how well his words go with a series of New Yo
Need to kills some time between panels at Comic-Con? Can't live without Twitter? Love awesome prizes? Well, my friends, ComicsAlliance and Dark Horse Comics have just the contest for you. Starting Thursday, July 22, you can enter to win three volumes of Mike Mignola's library edition "Hellboy" hardcovers by going on a special Comic-Con Twitpic scavenger hunt.
Given the number of Hulk incarnations that have existed over the years, from mindless smashing machine to peacemaking king to mindless smashing machine again, it was only a matter of time before The Strongest One There Is took his anti-establishment leanings and joined up with one political movement or another
On their blog The Source, DC Comics reminded readers of a Twitter read-along feature (presumably to be regular) that launches tomorrow on the Twitter accounts of newly minted executives Jim Lee ("All Star Batman & Robin, the Boy Wonder") and Geoff Johns ("Blackest Night"). The first book to get the treatment is the first issue of
As perhaps the most prominent female writer in superhero comics today, Gail Simone might not be the first person in the industry that you'd expect to get called out for sexism and misogyny. And yet, a male reader (and self-proclaimed gender studies student) -- who