But is it too little, too late?
Vertigo is closing its doors, per a Friday announcement from DC. It's heart wrenching news for a medium losing one of its seminal publishers,...
Shudder will focus on queer horror in its next documentary
This is why fans read the MCU's Bucky Barnes as queer.
Thirty years ago, the fans voted to kill a sidekick. Today, we look back and talk to the editors who let them do it.
While we don’t have any market research, the eyes don’t lie. If you go to conventions and comic book stores, more and more female...
by Laura Sneddon--Over the last few weeks, my good friend Pádraig Ó Méalóid has been writing a series of articles about Alan Moore and Superfolks, which became an edgeways look at the long running friction between Moore and fellow writer, Grant Morrison. While Moore has previously spoken out about his thoughts on Morrison in various interviews, Morrison has generally kept quiet on the issue. There have been occasional barbs of course, and plenty of praise, but very little on the actual facts of the matter.
Chelsea Cain deleted her Twitter profile following controversy over Man-Eaters #9.
Uncanny X-Men should not have gone this route.