While at Comic Con, Grant Morrison dropped several enigmatic hints and subliminal messages to ComicsAlliance about his next mega-event, Multiversity, broke down the divisions between fictional universes, and even proclaimed that he thinks that he's made the world's first real superhero. He says things like that. Some people like him, many love him, and some people straight up hate him. With Multiversity starting up in August, you can be sure that there will soon be legions of detractors proclaiming that Morrison is the most overrated writer in comics, and nothing he's ever done has ever made any sense.
The release of DC's Doom Patrol Omnibus finally equips us to give these people the bludgeoning they deserve. (Metaphorical bludgeoning. ComicsAlliance does not condone actual bludgeoning.)
They say two things you should never discuss in polite conversation are religion and politics. It used to be sex, religion, and politics, but we all have raging porn addictions now, so, realistically, that topic is no longer off limits
Anthony Bourdain, Joel Rose and artist Langdon Foss have been entertaining and perhaps less-than-subtly teaching proper sushi etiquette to fans since their new original graphic novel Get Jiro! arrived in stores at the beginning of the month. Set in a hyper-violent future where foodi
Vertigo came to NYCC armed with a few announcements and plenty of updates this year, including news that many of its ongoing titles will accelerate its transition to a simultaneous digital and print release schedule beginning in November and continuing through 2012. The panel also
Daytripper was the best comic book mini-series I read last year, one of the finest comics I've ever read, and one of the most emotionally powerful experiences I've ever had with visual storytelling. I could prais
Ah Paris, the city of love. Of course, Paris has offered its love to many things over its long history, from art to fine dining to efficient dismemberment of the former ruling class. The latest issue of Northlanders story takes readers back to the city during 885 A.D., when
The closure of WildStorm comics, the DC imprint who spark had diminished somewhat in recent years, is simply one of several somewhat depressing but necessary reorganizations and shakeups to the structure of DC Comics over the past year as DC Entertainment continues building the new DC Comics. CMX, DC's
Scourge of the Hawker Stalls. The Man Who Will Put Anything in his Mouth. Matter-Eater Lad. These are but a few possible superhero monikers for chef Anthony Bourdain, the culinary thrillseeker best known for his best-selling "Kitchen Confidential" and "No Reservations" on Travel Channel. You
Over the years, Vertigo Comics has accumulated a wealth of stories that were canceled, never published, or just left out of print and forgotten. That's the type of thing that happens when a publisher makes a commitment to produce risky material. Lots of the imp
There's been some speculation regarding the DC imprint Vertigo Comics these days, which with the revelation that British sci-fi/fantasy dervish China Mieville's "Swamp Thing" proposal was scuttled, supposedly due to plans to bring the mossy one
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