BuzzFeed got to sit down with the ladies from “Broad City” at NYCC and ask them 10 important questions.
There are many superheroes/villains out there, but can you guess these less popular ones?
They’re simply Marvelous.
“Do you sleep in turban? How long is your hair? Do you use conditioner?”
Avoiding work is hard work.
Batman! Superman! Johnny Depp!
Superheroes are an American thing, right? Wrong.
There’s a lot more to comics than spandex and superpowers.
We asked writer Monty Nero to walk us through his must-read comic. Warning: strong language.
“I’m so tired of these fake geek guys. They’re just trying to impress us real nerd girls.”
“Great people do things before they’re ready.” All art by Zen Pencils.
Marvel’s vice president wanted to make sure the man responsible for Guardians of the Galaxy’s foul-mouthed raccoon got to finally see him in action.
“This is not She-Thor. This is not Lady Thor. This is not Thorita. This is Thor.”
“He could have saved Betty. He could have saved Veronica. We get that, but metaphorically, by saving Kevin, a new Riverdale is born,” Archie Comics co-CEO Jon Goldwater told Mashable.
It’s really such a shame Michael Jackson never got a chance to play Spider-Man.
For summer reading that breaks glass ceilings.
Hilarious comics by Tumblr user frenums.
Important comic from Cat And Girl.
“All the feels,” tweets my grandchildren as they rub my e-tombstone. Comics by Toothpaste For Dinner!
Presented without comment. Inspired by this Comic Vine thread.
Hayley Campbell’s The Art of Neil Gaiman offers exclusive glimpses into the author’s artistic roots and romantic education.
The toons they are a-changing.
YOLO is an exigology. A comic by Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.
On awkward neighborly relations between Arabs and Jews, and shady real estate schemed aimed to gentrify poor Arab neighborhoods.
*Falls asleep on the couch watching History Channel.* Drawings by Toothpaste For Dinner.