This is basically one big post of comics spoilers, so you are warned.
We meet the people behind the masks at London Comic Con 2014, over the weekend of 24-26 October.
There are many superheroes/villains out there, but can you guess these less popular ones?
Don’t you really want to know how he got those scars?
Feel free to re-rank and show which villains you’re most excited to see!
Try finding the latest issue of ANYTHING at your local store. If there is such a thing :(
Whether you’re a comic book aficionado, a staunch DC fan, or have never touched a comic book in your life, there is something for everyone in Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye comics from Marvel. I suggest giving them a shot. You won’t regret it.
Some pretty stellar reads you might not have heard of.
It’s really such a shame Michael Jackson never got a chance to play Spider-Man.
Giving Marvel and DC a run for their money, the indie publisher renaissance is NOW.
Just because they’re an allegory doesn’t make them special. What they’re really fighting for is to maintain the status quo.
In the 1940s, comic books were often feminist, diverse, and bold. Then the reactionary Comics Code Authority changed the trajectory of comic book culture for good.
Comic books have become increasingly important to Hollywood, but the community of artists and fans remains relatively small — and mostly ignored by mainstream media. Pat Loika is the industry’s beloved hybrid podcast host/journalist/superfan/convention photographer, with enough influence that artists sometimes draw him into their books.
If you’re not familiar with the work of Brian Michael Bendis, he is a prolific comic book writer and artist. And while he is pretty good at comic books, his true talent is tumblr responses. (Via Cory Copeland on Imgur.)
Art that pops right off the page. Literally.
You’ll be grinning from ear to ear, whether you like it or not. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
So like Spider-Man teams up with the cast of…Saturday Night Live? WTF?!
A mix of awkward, sexy, heartbreaking, and down-right adorable.
In the midst of Wrestlemania season, CM Punk has broken up with the WWE. They need to win him back ASAP.
Collecting comics is one of life’s few great pleasures. However, most everything involved in the collection process is a total pain.
Your definitive list for the best in superheroes, zombies…..and cats who can tell if you are LYING.
Sony Pictures has hired the writers of Star Trek Into Darkness, Men in Black, Cloverfield, and Fringe to transform the Spider-Man franchise into a Marvel Studios-style mega-franchise. The Amazing Spider-Man 3 is also already in the works.
Puppy bombs, space sharks, Bat-cows… 2013 was a pretty great year for comic books.
Since 2008, Marvel Studios’ eight movies have grossed $5 billion in global box office, all thanks to one simple, radical invention: the mega-franchise. Can Hollywood catch up? And should they?
Plus 8 horrifying texts from online dates, Sony patents the “smart wig,” and five superhero movies that need to be made ASAP.
From 1941-1986, the superheroes appeared in their own comic book series, World’s Finest Comics, and it was ridiculous.
Plus the most epic mustaches ever, a tribute to Edna Krabappel, and 50 of the most challenging novels ever.
As Tony Stark might say, “let’s do a head count here”.
Because he rocks these frocks and he’ll cut a bitch who thinks otherwise. When Disney acquired Marvel, David J Prokopetz commissioned the artists of Tumblr to make Logan feel right at home.
After all this time, Neil Gaiman falls back into his universe with aplomb. BuzzFeed got an exclusive look inside the first new Sandman story to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary.
How do you think that went down in court? BuzzFeed got an exclusive peek inside this month’s edition of Li’l Gotham.