Comic book artists breathe life into new creations each and every year. Some of these new characters might start as a doodle on a napkin, or as a well-thought out addition to a long-standing comic book. It’s such a momentous occasion either way, but why do we stop there? Why
This year, Comic-Con shows its caring side with a panel about superheroes who save lives – not in comic books or on the silver screen but in real life. Cartoonist Craig Yoe will be joined by Stacie June of Unilever’s health soap brand Lifebuoy, to talk about how the ‘School
It’s June and to celebrate Phoenix Comicon, FilmBar is showcasing Superheroes all month long. Screenings of The Crow (with a First Friday Superhero Photo booth), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (with a Pizza Party),Superman II – The Richard Donner Cut (where you can create your own Superhero Undies) & The Dark Knight (with Batman Trivia & Comic Giveaway)
The Wolverine hit theaters last weekend, and we saw the prototype for Rocket Raccoon at SDCC two weeks ago. Clearly, Marvel is betting big on animal-themed characters. If they ever run out of ideas, here are 11 that would make excellent franchises.
11. The Sloth - He fights villainy with his
In the last decade or so superheroes have become an integral part of our entertainment; so much so that hardly a month goes by without some new superhero related or inspired TV series or film coming out. We're used to see the dashing; the charming; the fearless; and the heroic,
Hello Comic Book Fandom:
Each week Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Image Comics, Dark Horse Comics, IDW Publishing, BOOM! Studios, and others release comic books every Wednesday and sometimes fantastic comic books get lost in the shuffle. I'm here to help you sift through the piles.
This following is a list of books
Most people don't need instructions on how to be a dick at a convention; they take cuts in line, block vendors from potential customers, and harass the costumers. But if you want to get noticed as a superdick, here are 11 methods you can try. Just don't come crying to
The forces of good and evil clashed in the streets of downtown Scottsdale, as an Epic Superhero Battle rocked the city.
The brainchild of Improv AZ, this event was part flash mob, part public improvisation. Participants were asked to download an mp3 beforehand, and show up at a staging area in