The X-Men Family

The X-Men Family

May 20, 2013

Since its first comic book release, the X-Men franchise has grown to include a multitude of characters, many with complex backgrounds that intermingle with those of other X-Men. For those who haven’t been following X-Men history religiously, these relationships can seem very complicated. Some mutants are tied by family relation while other have dated, are […]

Comic Book Color Palettes

Comic Book Color Palettes

March 30, 2013

Behind the colors: a closer look at comic book color palettes and their meanings for heroes and villains. Includes color analysis, superhero examples and changes in comic books over history. Source

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Superheroes and Superpowers

February 19, 2013

Since the 1950s, comic book heroes have awed us with their otherworldly abilities. Different iconic superheros have brought new and exciting powers to the table and many have multiple powers and attributes that further their crime-stopping, life-saving agendas. Can you name all the special powers we have seen in popular culture? Here is a complete […]

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New York City Superheroes

December 25, 2012

New York City would have been destroyed a hundred times over if it wasn’t for all of the superheroes who call Gotham City home. If any villainous mastermind tries to mess with this metropolis, Marvel superheroes would be on the scene instantly. This inforgraphic shows a map of where New York’s superheroes reside and why […]

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Comic Book Fans

December 20, 2012

This infographic provides a series of questions that leads the reader to the outcome of whether they are a strong enough fan to attend Comicon or not to attend Comicon. Source

The Most Successful Kickstarter Comics

The Most Successful Kickstarter Comics

December 2, 2012

As the final days of the year wind inexorably down, ComicsAlliance continues its year-end wrapup with a series of infographics about comics in 2011 by Wired Art Director (and former Comic Foundry Editor-in-Chief) Tim Leong, who previously graced ComicsAlliance with his charts summing up Comic-Con 2011. Source

Learning About Contrast in Design

Learning About Contrast in Design

August 21, 2012

In this comic, you’ll learn about the fundamentals of contrast, which is an important part of design. This comic touches on key areas of contrast like grayscale, tints, readability of text, along with examples and fun explanations. Enjoy this informative comic strip! Source

Wayne Enterprises: Indepth

Wayne Enterprises: Indepth

July 23, 2012

This is how I imagine the New York Times graphics team (Or Gotham Gazette) might cover Wayne Enterprises Source