When ComicsAlliance contributor Chris Sims wrote a glowing review of "The Punisher" #11 -- in which the title character's dismembered body is stolen by a swamp monster and stitched up by Morbius the Living Vampire so that he can defend Monster Island from a renegade team of Japanese monster-hunting super-samurai -- a reader responded by saying that he didn't see the appeal of this concept being used "in the core Marvel Universe."
Just as it forces users to think in 140 characteres, Twitter's tiny avatar space requires a bit of inspired design to keep images iconic. That's why comic book and video game fans searching for a new look might be pleased to see Adam Koford a.k.a. Ape Lad's ("Laugh-O
Anyone who follows Geoff Johns' Twitter feed (especially in the wee hours of the morning) knows that the "Green Lantern" and "Flash" writer's love of comics can only be rivaled by his seeming addiction to sugar.
Slurpees and candy bars are self-proclaimed favorites, but u
The comic book corner of the Twitterverse is alive and well today following major shakeups at DC Comics Entertainment, the return of Steve Jobs and developing news on the Disney/Marvel acquisition. Fortunately for followers, the reactions from pros and commentators alike are just as entertaining as any of today
The news that Disney is buying Marvel Comics for $4 billion dollars has swept across the internet today, and reactions among comics fans have ranged from excitement to outrage. But while details about the merger and its implications are still emerging, fans aren't the only ones r
If you've ever read Warren Ellis' Twitter account, you are probably familiar with his profane, creative name calling and out-of-this-world non-sequiturs. Some creative fans took it upon themselves to actually crea
"Agents of Atlas" writer (and @comicsalliance twitter follower) Jeff Parker just started a Twitter meme called "Hawkeye So Poor," devoted to mocking the Marvel superhero for his lack of ends in traditional "yo mama" fashion. Check out the hashtag for yo
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