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Best Covers Ever (This Year): Archie Comics 2016 Edition
The Holidays are upon as, and the year is basically gone. And as you know by now, that mean that here at ComicsAlliance, we're looking back at the best that comics had to offer in 2016. So here, to give you warm feeling as you head into your holiday weekend, are the best Archie Comics covers of the year.
ICYMI: Guess Who Returned In Ryan & Smith's 'Nova' #11
This week saw the last issue of the current volume of Sean Ryan, Cory Smith, Andres Mossa and Albert Deschesne's Nova, which over the course of eleven issues has been a real coming-of-age story for Sam Alexander, who has grown into confident and worthy successor to the Nova name. In the final issue, Sam finally got answers about where his powers come from, but along the way he set in motion events that returned an iconic Marvel hero to the spotlight.
IDW Reveals Cory Smith's Art Appreciation Cover For 'TMNT'
I'll admit that I'm a sucker for theme covers. Getting a whole month of comics that are all built around a similar aesthetic is always, always fun, and in April, IDW is launching Art Appreciation Month, with covers for all of their titles based on famous works of art. Here at ComicsAlliance, we're pleased to exclusively reveal Cory Smith's cover for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which has taken Leonardo da Vinci's famous Mona Lisa and dramatically improved it with the addition of ninja weaponry. It's pretty fantastic, but it does raise a pressing and immediate question: How are you going to do an homage to Leonardo da Vinci and not have it feature the ninja turtle who is actually named Leonardo?
New Turok, Magnus, Solar And Doctor Spektor Comics Coming From Dynamite In 2014 [NYCC 2013]
A common set of questions at every Valiant Comics panel since Dark Horse wrapped their stint on the properties has been about what's up with a group of characters originally published by Gold Key but later licensed by Valiant in the 1990s: Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, Solar: Man of the Atom and Magnus: Robot Fighter. Those questions can be put to bed now, as Dynamite Entertainment, not Valiant, has ann
Charlie Sheen Makes Final Comics Appearance in Fan-Made ‘Deadpool Team-Up’
As you know, we've been gravely concerned with Charlie Sheen's activities in the two-dimensional universe of comics. Like the evil Anti-Monitor of Crisis on Infinite Earths, the increasingly depraved and demented Two and a Half Men star has been rampaging through the fictional worlds of our most beloved characters; speaking through them, banging their girlfriends or even supplanting them all toget