This is what "Dead No More" is actually titled.
Spider-Man: Dead No More True Title Revealed: "The Clone Conspiracy"
"The Clone Conspiracy" kicks off in October and will be a standalone five-issue miniseries from writer Dan Slott and artist Jim Cheung. "Amazing Spider-Man" #16-18 will lead up...
Marvel Announces Steve Rogers To Return As Captain America
Current Cap Sam Wilson will remain in the role, meaning Marvel will have two Captain Americas.
"When Steve handed the shield to Sam, it didn’t come with any caveats. It’s his. Steve respects and admires what his old...
This is an interesting topic to talk about. This article writer is boycotting Marvel because of the lack of black creators and gay lead characters.
What are everyone's thoughts on this?
Why I'm Boycotting Marvel Comics
ComicsAlliance TV Presents: Calvin
As a boy, Calvin made it through the difficult times with a little help from his four powerful alter-egos: Stupendous Man, the superhero; Tracer Bullet, the hard-boiled detective; Spaceman Spiff, the space-faring adventurer, and Invisible Calvin, the boy...
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Comics have had many bad/horrible/craptastic/etc. things happen since Loeb said, "I have an idea!". So what do you think is the worst? Maybe you'd like to create a list here of your Top [insert number here] of the bad crappy moments. From whether it's about characters, story arcs, certain...
The Walking Dead is an American monthly black and white comic published by Image Comics beginning in 2003. The comic was created by writer Robert Kirkman and artist Tony Moore, whom was replaced by Charlie Adlard from issue seven onward. Moore continued to do the covers until issue twenty four...
What are some of the most important milestones in comics history? I don't mean anything specific to a character or story necessarily, but more for the industry and how it operates. A few I thought of...
The creation of the Comics Code Authority
Coming directly out of the events of the whole...
First: This is not a thread designed to imply that Obama's term is the dawn of a new paradise or whatever... or exploring the political implications his term will have for the industry itself.
Second: This is a thread exploring what implications a new political zeitgeist has for comics...
Felt like doing this for historical purposes. All it is is my 10 favorite books at this very moment. Feel free to post your own.
10. Young Avengers
9. Ultimate Extinction/Galactus trilogy
8. Marvel Zombies
7. Ultimate Hulk vs. Wolverine
6. Supreme Power
5. Astonishing X-Men