In 1997 Christophe André was kidnapped while serving with Doctors Without Borders in a town near Chechnya. Guy Delisle’s Hostage recounts the three months that André spent in captivity and proves the idea that all you really need to make a fantastic comic is a captivating story and a sense of style.
With an entirely straight face, yesterday’s final issue of Patsy Walker, a.k.a. Hellcat! asks you to ponder what deviousness a villain could possibly be getting into at the mall. The answer should be obvious: purposefully mis-arranging everything in the nearest Marshall’s.
The vast majority of Greg Rucka and Liam Sharp’s Rebirth-era Wonder Woman series has focused on Diana’s search for a path back to Themyscira and her fellow Amazons. In this week’s issue #21, we finally get an idea of where Paradise Island just might be and why she can’t return.
The live-action Teen Titans are finally coming to television (sorta) by way of a new digital streaming service from DC. As anyone who follows the Titans knows, though, they’ve got a pretty fluid roster of heroes that changes constantly. Today’s news has us wondering: which Titans are we going to see?
When you see Gal Gadot kicking ass (again) as Wonder Woman later this summer, you should try to remember there’s a pretty good chance that you’re seeing the actress doing her crazy stunts five months pregnant.
Because beginning next year, you’ll be able to travel to the new Warner Bros. World in Abu Dhabi and visit, amongst other WB-themed locations, Metropolis and Gotham City-inspired theme parks. Becuase everybody knows how much family fun people have in Gotham City!
While the chances are very slim that Spider-Man and the Punisher will ever cross paths directly in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you can take comfort in the idea that actor Tom Holland played a significant role behind-the-scenes in helping Jon Bernthal get cast as Frank Castle.
If the world were ever to suddenly become overrun with evil, sentient, terrorist bears, who would you call for help? The Avengers? The X-Men? They’re all busy with Secret Empire. No, see, when you’ve got a killer bear problem to deal with, there’s really only one man for the job: Image’s Shirtless Bear-Fighter.
While New Brunswick-based artist Gisele Lagace has worked on comics for Dynamite, IDW, Archie, and Marvel, she’s also a freelance illustrator. Like many freelancers, she saw Chicago’s C2E2 as an opportunity to do some important self-promotion and potentially sign on to do some commission work.
We’re living in a golden age of clever animated shows focused on the adventures young kids doing what kids do best: defeating magical monsters and solving mysteries. As great Steven Universe and the Gravity Falls twins are on their own, though, haven’t you ever wondered what would happen if they teamed up?
Nick Fury Jr., the biracial son of the original Nick Fury, has always been blessed with his father’s superhuman slow-aging and Samuel L. Jackson’s good looks. In his brand-new ongoing series written by James Robinson and penciled by ACO, though, the younger Fury does something that neither of his “fathers” has managed…
On Monday evening, Marvel Studios invited a small group of reporters into its innermost sanctum (a screening room) for an early look at a number of its upcoming films.
Back when I was a college student living in Washington, D.C., I used to (secretly) fantasize about running for public office one day. It’s the kinda thing that happens when you live with a bunch of poli-sci nerds who all think they’re destined to become the next generation of kingmakers. It gets you thinking, “Hey.…
We live in a world that’s increasingly being shaped by complex algorithms and interactive artificial intelligence assistants who help us plot out our days and get from point A to point B.
On December 21, 2016, Jacqueline Craig, a black woman living in Fort Worth, Texas, called 911 to report that a white, male neighbor was choking her seven-year-old son, allegedly in retaliation for the child littering on his lawn.
The plot of Walter Hill’s new neo-noir crime thriller The Assignment is as straightforward as it is insanely transphobic.
When fans of Ghost In The Shell first learned that Scarlett Johansson (a white woman) had been cast as Major Motoko Kusanagi (a Japanese cyborg), an audible groan swept over the internet as everyone realized that Paramount was going to whitewash the hell out of a beloved franchise.
America Chavez, Marvel’s first queer woman of color to ever star in her own ongoing comic book, closed out the inaugural issue of America by traveling back in time to World War II, pushing Captain America out of the way, and punching Hitler in the face.