In Jiro Matsumoto's Velveteen & Mandala, two high school girls, the eponymous Velveteen and Mandala, go from spending idle time on a riverbank to fighting against hordes of the undead. They're cute schoolgirls -- one blonde, one with black hair -- they've got easy access to weapons, they live in a tank (kinda), their zombie enemies still mill around go
Music: Kirby Krackle's new album, "Super Powered Love," has arrived on iTunes and other digital outlets, just in case you didn't catch them at Comic-Con.
Movies: According to Deadline, Dodgeball director Rawson Thurber is rewriting Universal Pictures' live action adaptation of The Umbrella Academy.
Anime: The Underworld films will be getting their own anime-
Music: Wavves frontman Nathan Williams is teaming with artist Nicholas Gazin for Negative Dad, a potentially 12-issue comic series about "...heshers, evil parents, cat people, juvenile delinquents with partially functioning mutant powers, aliens, dreams." It'll come wit
Upcoming: Out of Chaos War comes Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente and artist Neil Edwards' Herc #1, an ongoing series debuting in April that pits a far more mortal Hercules against new challenges in a decidedly more street-level setting.
Digital: Much of Ben Templesmith's IDW work (Wormwood: Gentleman
For those of you who haven't been keeping up with the headlines lately, I've got some bad news: Since January 1st, there have been dozens of reports of mass animal deaths coming in from all over the world. From blackbirds in Arkansas to doves in Italy to over 150 tons of fish in Vietnam, critters all over the place are falling out of the sky and/or washing ashore, with no apparent reason why.
Guys. It's the friggin' apocalypse.
'Form follows function' is a principle of modern design. Things should look like what they do. Buildings made for the towering ambition of business people should jut upwards. Court houses should be solid, ev
The trailer for the AMC "Walking Dead" TV show, originally shown at Comic-Con, has been released! The 4.5 minute video begins roughly where the comic book series begins: with small-town police officer Rick Grimes getting wounded in a shootout, and waking up in the hospital... in the middle of a
Since zombies, comics and metal are essentially a recipe for edgy pop culture peanut butter and jelly (and honey!...that is, if you like honey), it's a wonder the deliciousness doesn't ooze from every pore of the entertainment industry
Yeah, zombies are still scary - particularly the zombies from AMC's "The Walking Dead," which have an all-too spry penchant for popping up online on their march toward their "Fearfest" debut in October