Inspired by the Monsters Unleashed classic comics published by Marvel during the ‘70s, the event of the same name will bring an influx of monsters teaming up with one goal in mind — to conquer Earth. Read more »
In an attempt to completely play out Harley Quinn before the Suicide Squad movie comes out later this year, DC Comics announces another Harley Quinn book. This time in a 6 issue mini series about "Harley Quinn and her Gang of Harleys". Read more »
Marvel recently announced the arrival of its long-rumored 'comic streaming' service: Marvel Unlimited, where for $9.99 a month and $59.98 per year (which Marvel claims is a 50% discount), anyone who signs up at marvel.com/comics/unlimited for online access to over 70 years worth of Marvel Comics, with the ability to download and store up to 6 at a time for offline reading. It works through your web browser if you're on a traditional computer, with apps for iOS and (coming soon!) Android. Read more »
Do you love comics and cartoons? Do you live near or can you get to New York City? MoCCA Arts Festival is on for the first weekend in April (6th - 7th). There you will find the titans of comics and cartoons collected under one roof, and in a more intimate setting than your typical comic con.
The Museum of Comics and Cartoon Art (MoCCA) almost closed its doors for good and was saved from oblivion by Society of Illustrators. They are running the festival this year for the first time. Come out and thank them by showing some love for your favorite American art form.
Check out the full lineup and more info on their website: