Actor and equal rights advocate George Takei, whose role on “Star Trek” made him a sci-fi legend, is appearing in a comic series about Riverdale’s only gay teen.
The decision appears to be the first time that a comics publisher has made all its titles — not just graphic novels or collected editions — available for sale on iPads, Kindles and Nooks.
North Texans will have a chance to go into full geek mode this weekend, as the Dallas Comic Con comes to the Irving Convention Center on October 19, 20 and 21.
When DC Comics decided to blow up its universe and create a diverse future, Geoff Johns drew from his own background as an Arab-American when creating a new character.
Wonder Woman and Superman are an item, locking lips in a passionate embrace as the pair realize that there’s no one out there like them.
Comics have always been a portal for escapism and fantasy but have also labored to reflect a contemporary climate, a process that shows no signs of slowing whether it involves super villains, breast cancer or other complicated realities of modern life.
A collection of comic books purchased for dimes in the late 1930s and early 1940s has sold for a whopping $3.5 million through a Dallas auction.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Wait, it’s just thousands of Dallas Comic Con attendees who busted out their capes and masks and briefly became their famed comic book heroes Sunday.
There’s a MADD Cowboy on the loose at Riverdale High, but that’s no reason to panic.