Keb’s look at the Outhouse posters and the Marvel NOW! event continues with a statistical analysis of the re-launched #1 books.
With Harbinger Wars just around the corner, the higher-ups at Valiant take a seat in The Outhouse!
WINNER: Comic Of The Week - 3/20/2013: Daredevil Vol 3 #24 by Mark Waid & Chris Samnee
WINNER: Cover Of The Week - 3/20/2013: Batwoman #18 Regular Trevor McCarthy Cover
We continue our analysis of the Outhouse’s Marvel NOW buying trends and offer up some critique on the numbers for the newly launched titles.
Issue 34 "Good Intentions" of our free weekly webcomic is now up and ready for consumption.
Artists at cons, help me help you. Stop pushing prints.
Drama! Suspense! Intrigue! ...Oh, who am I kidding? Revolution is back after four months and no one cares.
We take a look at how forum members reacted to Marvel’s latest event by looking closer at their willingness to open their wallets.
Really, what does the W stand for?
We've got a super fun episode this week.
So I saw Gerard Butler's latest action flick 'Olympus has fallen' and I'm sure you are all dying to know what I thought of it, so here it is.
Comic Book Reviews in 140 characters or less.
RU continues his exploration of the fanboy mindset to find out why we read bad comics. In this fourth, and final, of four articles, RU examines morbid curiosity and how it relates to the collector's process and adds some closing comments to the discusion.
Greg DAE on why Green Lantern Corp's John Stewart should maybe die.
RU continues his exploration of the fanboy mindset to find out why we read bad comics. In this third of four articles, RU examines hope and how it relates to the collector's process
Indy Hunter interviews Ray Felix, the man being sued by Marvel and DC over their dubious trademark of the word "Super Heroes."
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