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 […]
If you missed the excitement and tension of Wednesday's Philae lander completing its 10-year journey to a comet's surface, here's a pretty fantastic way to relive it. Web cartoonist Randall Munroe, creator of the massively popular xkcd, live-cartooned the Philae module's separation from the Rosetta spacecraft and its gradual, often nerve-wracking descent to the surface of comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. Despite the marketing and media world's obsession with producing real-time content, Munroe truly created something light years beyond what most big-budget brands or news outlets would attempt (or even imagine in the first place).
Sometimes, something comes along that’s so brilliant and creative, you don’t even feel guilty letting it suck away an hour (or more) of your workday.
Axe is creating a graphic novel (aka, a comic book) called Anarchy that's about two experimental fragrances that are unleashed on the world. It will feature hot chicks with gravity-defying anatomy and a plot created by you, the Axe fan.
Arianna Huffington has achieved some pretty impressive things in her career. But do her accomplishments make her a superhero? One comic book publisher apparently thinks so.
To understand the drama of the Dickwolves, you must first understand that Penny Arcade is not just a Web comic. It is a two-man multimedia empire that has cranked out […]
On Jan. 8, Marvel released a special inauguration issue of Spider-Man with Barack Obama on the cover. The edition has already sold out twice and is currently rushing into a […]