The career of Joss Whedon has contained all manner of interesting detours on his way to becoming the director of the third most successful movie of all time, whether it's writing X-Men comics, directing a musical web series or that whole Dollhouse thing. But did anything prepare us for his first post-Avengers project - heading up a SQUAT team and taking on a giant mo
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We are not the mainstream.
That's a truth understood by anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or in any other way queer. We are not the audience. We are not the market. We are not the
The co-founder of Blur Studio, the animation and visual effects house best known lately for the very memorable opening credits for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and to ComicsAlliance readers for The Goon animations, Tim Miller will direct a live action film based on Gravel, the Avatar Press comic book seri
Last year, artist and Dr. Sketchy's founder Molly Crabapple turned 28 years-old. To celebrate, she locked herself in a New York City hotel for an entire week, covering the walls with white butcher paper, drawing on every blank space with black art markers. Crabapple turned to K
Comics writer Warren Ellis has long been a proponent of the space program, even going so far as to compare off-world travel as a critical Noah's ark for humanity: "The single simplest reason why human space flight is necessary is this, stated as plainly as possible: keeping all your breeding pairs in one place is a retarded way to run a species," which is a rather progressive thought marred slightly by a decidedly unprogressive slur.
Now, Ellis has reacted with skepticism to the Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich's promise to
Logos: Bongo Comics has unveiled its new logo, along with new book titles across its entire line.
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Ben Templesmith is one of the most idiosyncratic artists in mainstream comics, with pages whose figures and settings often seem much more dreamlike (or nightmarish, as the case may be) than anything like the harsh realism strived for by many of his peers. The layperson k