Comics Have a Strong Year

Comic books have been doing amazing business at the movies, and they’re also doing well at the newsstands too. And oddly enough, actual paper comics are still selling better than digital editions, much like actual paper books still haven’t been totally eliminated by Kindle.

The language of Dead Space: Liberation

The trilogy of Dead Space graphic novels is complete alongside the trilogy of games.

Review: The trips of Everybody Loves Tank Girl

Will you love the new Tank Girl? Well, it depends on which Tank Girl you already love.

Tomb Raider comic fates the shipwreck

The new Tomb Raider, from Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics, is a reboot of the classic gaming franchise.

The birds of The Assassin’s Creed graphic novel

The short sequential art tale, based on the video games, is now available in hardback.

Star Trek’s new Klingons spotted in deleted scene

When it was decided during post production that the prison escape scene near the beginning of 2009’s Star Trek film didn’t need to be in the final cut, we lost the opportunity to see J. J. Abrams’ redesigned Klingons.

The future of Star Wars comics under Disney

Now that the acquisition deal between Disney and LucasFilm is official, one can't help but wonder what other side-effects the deal will have on the rather expansive Star Wars universe. 

The machines of the Astonishing X-Men

Marvel has released Astonishing X-Men on Blu-ray. The self-contained adventure offers a rather interesting look at some of the often unexplored elements of the X-Men saga.

Review: The vibrance of Alien - The Illustrated Story

A new remastered printing of the original graphic novel is out - and it definitely stands up to the test of time.

First episode of Dinosaurs vs. Aliens comes in for a landing

Liquid Comics has posted the first chapter of the Dinosaurs vs. Aliens motion comic online.

SDCC2012: Sandman prequel on its way

Veteran genre scribe Neil Gaiman was not in attendance at the Vertigo panel at this year’s Comic-Con.

Zenescope’s Wonderland is coming to the small screen

Zenoscope and Lionsgate will be bringing the classic Wonderland graphic novels to television screens sometime next year.

Comic-Con 2012: Legitimizing graphic novels as literature

Northern Kentucky University has long been one of the few schools in the country where one can take several classes specifically about comic books and graphic novels as literature.

Sin City sequel is starting to take shape

Last month it was announced that the sequel to the 2005 hit comic book adaptation was out of development, and would begin shooting this summer.

Warner Bros. eyes Lore adaptation

IDW’s graphic novel Lore has been up for bidding since 2010, with several film studios expressing interest in the title.

No, Alan Moore doesn't own Watchmen

Alan Moore is celebrated as a genius comics writer, but also widely seen as a curmudgeon of sorts.

Bendis talks Powers on paper and screen

It’s been nearly a year since we reported that a live-action series was in development based on Powers, a super hero detective comic line.

DC announces Watchmen prequel books

Watchmen is widely recognized as one of the greatest - and best-selling - graphic novels in history.

The fated arrivals of Batman: Year One

Last fall, Warner Bros. published an animated adaptation of Batman: Year One, the graphic novel on which Batman Begins was partially based, and the current canon origin story for The Bat.

Prequel to Jim Henson’s Labyrinth announced

It’s been just over 25 years since the release of Labyrinth, a puppet-based fantasy musical by Jim Henson, and now, a long rumored graphic novel prequel is finally in the works.