Artist Marco D'Alfonso imagines a Marvel/DC crossover that would make for an insane sitcom.
We're always giddy when Marvel or DC announces that an exciting new creator is taking over the writing or art of a favorite character, but there are even more talented creators that the Big Two could be drawing from. Here are just a few of our favorites.
Superhero comics are filled with aliens, talking animals, and parallel dimensions, but what if they were also filled with Muppets? Various artists imagine the meeting of Muppets and superhumans.
We've seen numerous western superheroes drawn in the styles of Japanese manga artists, but what if famous Japanese characters had been designed by American artists? Jack Kirby's take on Akira might have been an American version worth looking at.
When Captain America tries to pose like Catwoman, it becomes painfully clear how unnatural that position is.
Some people like their romantic comedies with a heaping scoop of blood. This past week, CBR's The Line it is Drawn paid dubious tribute to the wonders of love by asking their guest artists to draw comic book characters coupled up. Some of the fictional pairings enjoyed romantic rooftop dates while others painted the…
I'm not big on Valentine's Day, but I'm a huge fan of goofy Valentines from the Internet. CBR's The Line it is Drawn celebrates the Hallmark holiday by pairing off comic book characters, sometimes from different publishers. He's a Marvel. She's a DC. They're both crazy. Can they work it out?