Now that the dust has settled on DC's week of epic stupidity, where do things stand?
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
On this episode of the podcast, Eric and Jeremy sit down and talk about collecting Starman issues versus reading digitally, the better material of the new 52, Brian Michael Bendis strongest work,some New York Comic Con planning, whether or not Marvel will ever reboot and just so much more!
After the failure that was Week 395's Free-For-All, Stephen Day returns with with Captain America #11
As a #FireDidio hashtag gets some traction on Twitter, The Outhouse bucks the trends and comes to the beleaguered executive's defense!
We're breaking the rules again this week as Kieran starts off the show with some uncharacteristic un-enthusiasm towards DC Comics.
On this week's episode of View from the Gutters the topic is the classic Batman: The Killing Joke, by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland.
Matt Johnson provides his views on the Batwoman controversy and how it impacts retailers.
The Indy Hunter talks to director Patricio Ginelsa about Lumpia, Whilce Portacio, and the soon-to-be decided fate of a Lumpia sequel on Kickstarter!
Variant Cover Edition
The polls are open!
Zechs conducts a series of tests on the theory that DC's lenticular 3D covers can melt and develop a taste of human flesh.
The Indy Hunter speaks with Mini-Matchbook maker of comics Brian John Mitchell about his current Kickstarter Campaign to light the Mini-comics world on fire!
EDITOR SAY WRITE TEASER HERE. TEASER? FRANK HARDLY KNOW HER! HA HA HA!
No one with 5 means a Free For All!
Matt Johnson takes his position as Emporer of Comics seriously and provides games for the entertainment of the people.
Do Marvel's latest trailers point to Fraction's "Inhumanity" event?
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