General Electric may be 125 years old, but when it comes to innovative social media campaigns, it's often light-years ahead of most marketers.
If there were ever a person who shaped and molded the childhoods of millions, it would be Stan Lee. His decades-long tenure at Marvel produced some of America's most beloved […]
DC Entertainment has become a major force in the television world over the past few months thanks in large part to an aggressive slate at the CW, but there's more […]
Archie Andrews, the iconic American comic book character introduced 73 years ago, will die this month when he takes a bullet meant for an openly gay U.S. Senator who supports stricter gun control.
What kind of Wikia fan are you?A massive, 100,000-person survey by the popular wiki farm and audience insights company VisualDNA has classified Wikia users according to nine groups, unearthing potentially valuable consumer data for advertisers.
For adult comic fans, superheroes and beer always go together. But Orlando, Fla.-based graphic designer Marcelo Rizzetto is taking that pairing to a new level by creating beers inspired by each member of D.C.'s Justice League.His first six bottles honor Batman (of course), Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and the Flash. In addition to incorporating each hero's logo into their beer label, he's created varietal names that correspond with each character. For example, Batman is a dark ale, Green Lantern is a pale ale, the Flash is an Irish red ale, and Wonder Woman is a classic American lager.Honestly, that last one should have gone to Aquaman, just to continue the old joke about American beer being mostly water.Check them all out below:Via Design Taxi.
It's been a long way for Preacher from the comic book page to the small screen, but an adaptation of the salty DC Comics horror/Western book (formerly with DC's corporate sibling HBO) might finally be getting closer to full-fledged production, this time at AMC.
Superman turns 75 this year, so Warner Bros. commissioned Man of Steel director Zack Snyder and animator Bruce Timm to put together a short cartoon recapping Superman's career in comics, TV and movies.
As the nation's geeks and nerds pack away their spandex and cardboard cosplay costumes (until October's New York Comic-Con of course) staff writer and office comic book aficionado Sam Thielman explains who should be TV's next smash hit superheroes.