As satire has come under attack in recent weeks, we take a moment to wonder when we, as geeks, lost the ability to laugh at ourselves.
Keb takes his final super-serious look at comics, taking a serious look into Jack Kirby's Fourth World.
Who is the Man in the Purple Suit? Ken Eppstein does his best to unlock the secrets of the enigmatic RM Rhodes in the newest installment of his Indie-On-Indie Spotlight!
Keb continues his look at taking comics seriously (since comics are seriously serious) by examining a comic that gets serious about food: Chew!
Does Avengers vs. X-Men #9 spell the beginning of the end of the Marvel Universe?
After some 3 years away, Keb returns with new material for the Outhouse's historic column. This first piece takes a serious look at Frank Miller and Jim Lee's classic All Star Batman & Robin the Boy Wonder.
One last look at a previous Peeing in Your Shower column, this time dealing with Hellboy and the Satan character from Milton's Paradise Lost.
Zechs takes a look at the SDCC exclusive MASTERS of Evil three-pack.
Another blast from the past! In this piece, Keb takes a look (and a snipe) at Brian Wood's Local and where the series went right and wrong.
Another look back at previous PiYS columns. This one is about Casanova and its effect on the spy genre.
In preparation for the re-launch of the Outhouse's first column "Peeing in Your Shower", Keb is posting his favorite past columns to give new readers an idea of what it's all about!
Zechs takes a look at the official earbuds from the motion picture smash!
Toy News International may have gotten first dibs on the floor of San Diego Comic Con, but this reporter was the first to notice something peculiar and exciting amidst their pictures: a 3.75" action figure line from DC Collectibles.
RU is here to talk comics, and be totally happy about it! No, really, he liked all of his books this time!Angel & Faith vol. 1: Live Through This, American Vampire: Lord of the Vampires #1, Wolverine And The X-Men #12, Fatale #6, and The Sixth Gun vol. 3
So you got yourself a CGC comic that's either rare or a blank cover that has art on it and you so want to display it. What's the best frame for them? Well Zechs takes a peek at two brands of CGC frames!
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