Practically every comic book character has an alternate identity. Many have more than one. Here’s a list of well-known comic book characters, both superheroes and villains, and their real-life identities.
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Comic-Con International: San Diego began in 1970 when a group of comics, movie, and science fiction fans — including the late Shel Dorf, Ken Krueger, and Richard Alf — banded together to put on the first comic book convention in southern California. Check out the hottest, sexiest cosplayers from this year’s 2013 San Diego Comic […]
Comixology comic book reader rolls out “Continue” feature that remembers reading position on all devices
Comixology released a pretty cool feature yesterday, one that’s common on reading apps – a continuous bookmark feature. With the new feature (called Continue), that’s being rolled out to all platforms (Windows 8, iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, etc), the Comixology comic book app will remember your last reading position allowing you to pick up reading […]
Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce the signing of Fred Van Lente, who will pen a quirky zombie tale. Van Lente is hot off his Marvel Exclusive! Fans of The Walking Dead and George Romero movies will not want to miss this series, coming in 2013 from Dynamite Entertainment!
Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster originally conceived of Superman as a bald, telepathic villain bent on controlling the world. In 1933, Shuster reinvisioned Superman as a superhero and spent the next six years searching for a publisher to bring his vision to life. Here are 30 of the top Superman and Action Comics covers from […]
In Denmark, parents got sick and tired of all the time their kids spent in front of the television set. Disney Channel and Cartoon Network smothered the kids not only in humor, but in product advertisements conditioning the little ones into zombie consumers. In a desperate attempt to reign in Danish viewers, the DR Ramasjang […]
Robot Chicken DC Comics Special airs this Sunday, September 9 at midnight (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim. Don’t expect Seth and the crew to go easy on these guys just because they are superheroes. Word on the street is that they are going to get canned just like everyone else on Robot Chicken. Expect […]
As of September 4, 2012, here are the top grossing superhero movies of all time. The Avengers (1.5 billion) The Dark Knight Rises (1.01 billion) The Dark Knight ($1 billion) Spider Man 3 ($890 million) Spider Man ($821 million) Spider Man 2 ($783 million) The Amazing Spider Man ($705 million) Iron Man 2 ($622 million) […]