Category: Comicalliance

Take Me to Your Teacher: Trevor Mueller and Gabo Discuss ‘Albert the Alien’ [Webcomic Q&A]

Trevor Mueller / Gabo When preparing for the first day of school, having the correct supplies is essential. Are your pencils of the number two variety? Do you have a…
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Coming Of Age: The ‘Persepolis’ Mixtape

Sony Pictures Classics Marjane Satrapi’s incredible work Persepolis focuses on the experiences of a young Marji and her family growing up during the Iranian Revolution. The Revolution caused many changes…
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The Walking Dead: A New Frontier, Episode 3 – ‘Above the Law’ Review (PC)

Telltale Games Telltale Games has always excelled at showcasing the humanity at the heart of crisis. Whether it’s in The Walking Dead, Batman, Tales from the Borderlands, or any of…
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‘Riverdale’ Post-Show Analysis, Season 1 Episode 8: ‘The Outsiders’

Welcome to Riverdale, the latest CW show based on a comic; but instead of DC superheroes, this one is all about Archie Andrews and his pals ‘n’ gals! Archie Comics…
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Colinet And Charretier Announce ‘The Infinite Loop Volume 2: Nothing But The Truth’ [Exclusive Interview]

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Five Stars: Starting At The End With Jeff Smith [Interview]

Scholastic There are few cartoonists more admired than Jeff Smith. Inspired himself by the serialized newspaper strips he read as a child, Smith went on to create a string of…
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Reading List: The Ten Essential Jack Kirby Stories

Obviously Jack Kirby is the greatest comic book artist of all time, but most will agree he’s also one of the medium’s greatest writers. He wrote the way he drew:…
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Costume Drama: The Ever-Changing Look of America Chavez

Joe Quinones / Marvel After a couple of years as the undisputed champion of ‘character most bafflingly lacking their own comic’, Ms America Chavez finally has a solo title. With…
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Comics Alliance Presents: Why We Love Comics

Comics are great. Comics are so good. Comics, as I’ve written about before, directly led to me realizing I was trans. Before I read Neil Gaiman’s (and various artists) “A…
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‘Justice League’ Is Probably Not as Long as That Rumored Three-Hour Runtime

Warner BrosOn Wednesday night, the tweets started flying out of CinemaCon, claiming that Justice League’s announced runtime was a luxurious two hours and 50 minutes long. Articles were posted, fans…
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