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A Monthly Look into the World of a Wannabe Comics Penciler

A Monthly Look into the World of a Wannabe Comics Penciler

By Mike Mumah in Features on November 30, 2006

Hey everyone, Mike Mumah has a new column on the site called The Writing on the Wall.  It should be a hoot! [...]

Coming Soon!

Coming Soon!

By Outhouse Staff in Features on November 30, 2006

Tony “Deadfett” Mourlet and I have something big coming your way!  Keep checking the Outhouse for the next few days.  We may or may not be more excited than you are. Also, don’t forget to eat your vegetarians.

On Comic Myth II: Sandman Mythology

On Comic Myth II: Sandman Mythology

By Keb Ellis in Features on November 29, 2006

  We’ve heard about it, read about it, and read it.  But do we understand it?  That depends on how many times we’ve read it.  I’m talking of Neil Gaiman’s masterpiece The Sandman, a series layered with both intellectual goodies and comic book intricacies.  So what is so appealing in the mythological sense of [...]

Leaving the Seat Up - Nat Turner

Leaving the Seat Up - Nat Turner

By L’Indépendant in Features on November 25, 2006

Nat Turner #1-2 Written and Illustrated by Kyle Baker Kyle Baker Publishing Review by L’Indépendant This is the first “Leaving the Seat Up,” a new column highlighting series that were either cancelled or never finished. The subject of the first column, “Nat Turner,” will finally be finished and distributed in February, one and a half years after the first two [...]

Five Flushes for the Week of November 22nd

Five Flushes for the Week of November 22nd

By Various in Features on November 20, 2006

Welcome to the Outhouse’s newest column, Five Flushes. With this column, you’ll get to know what is the best of the best as your fellow Outhousers predict what will be great this week. Unforunately, The Outhouse didn’t get enough people interested in this so we only have three flushes, Y: The Last Man Vol. 8: [...]

The Love of the Trade

The Love of the Trade

By Isaac Yañez in Features on November 17, 2006

DISCLAIMER: I haven’t written anything in quite a while so please bear with me. I received my monthly box of comics almost three weeks ago. Included in there were seven trades, but it wasn’t until I flipped through the pages of Red Sonja that inspiration kicked in and I had to write about [...]

Wikipedia Hates the Outhouse!!!

Wikipedia Hates the Outhouse!!!

By Outhouse Staff in Features on November 16, 2006

Wikipedia has declared war on the Outhouse by threatening to shut down the Wikipedia page for the Outhouse by saying it’s not “an article about a web site, blog, online forum, webcomic, podcast, or similar web content that does not assert the importance or significance of its subject”. You mean that the article about the [...]

Advertising Season!

Advertising Season!

By GCom in Features on November 10, 2006

In this column, our man GCom discusses advertising salespeople’s tricks and how silly they are. ______________________________________________________ Written by GCom Damn! I almost forgot about it until yesterday. “Advertising Season” is my term for the second and fourth fiscal quarters of a year. Roughly April to June and October to December. These are the times when people looking to score [...]

On Comic Myth I: Comic Mythology at a Glance

On Comic Myth I: Comic Mythology at a Glance

By Keb Ellis in Features on November 9, 2006

 In this installment of Peeing in the Shower, I take a look at the notions of myth and how they relate to the comic books that we all love to read.

Bono Owns your Worthless Soul, Stop Bitching about Him!!

Bono Owns your Worthless Soul, Stop Bitching about Him!!

By wisdom000 in Features on November 9, 2006

Written by Wisdom000 I often wonder about the state of the world, when people can criticize someone for actively doing everything they can to help others. I am, of course, speaking of U2’s Bono. I have been seeing increasing hatred towards this man over the last few years, usually categorized by statements such as “he should [...]

Comic Books and the Significant Other: How to Get HER to Read ‘em Too

Comic Books and the Significant Other: How to Get HER to Read ‘em Too

By Mike Mumah in Features on November 5, 2006

Despite popular myth, many comic book readers can and do manage to have a healthy social life, even going so far as attracting members of the opposite sex. Many of our legion are in fact women, but this column is aimed mostly at the fellas, so ladies, please don’t feel left out, I’m [...]

Interview: Pia Guerra

Interview: Pia Guerra

By Outhouse Staff in Features on October 31, 2006

Pia Guerra is the artist and co-creator of Y: The Last Man with writer Brian K. Vaughan. Enjoy, you children of the night: The Outhouse: Let’s start with the basics, okay? Why did you decide to go into comics? How did you get hooked up with the art chores for Y: The Last Man? Pia Guerra: I’ve [...]

I Serve My Shorts with Delicious A-1 Steaksauce!!!!

I Serve My Shorts with Delicious A-1 Steaksauce!!!!

By wisdom000 in Features on October 30, 2006

Written by Wisdom000 My name is Wisdom000, and I am a geek…. I have been getting some complaints and criticisms lately, directly and indirectly, and I am going to take this opportunity to address them… Honesly, I have never been quite sure what Hawk was thinking when he gave me a column, and I have never been quite [...]

Interview: Jonathan Hickman

Interview: Jonathan Hickman

By Outhouse Staff in Features on October 30, 2006

Jonathan Hickman is the writer, artist, letterer, colorist, and grip boy for The Nightly News, a new series from Image Comics. The Outhouse had the pleasure of getting an interview with Hickman. Enjoy, critters: The Outhouse: Here’s the get-to-know-you part, Jonathan. Why did you decide to try your hand at comics? How did you do so? Jonathan [...]

Interview: Stuart Moore

Interview: Stuart Moore

By Outhouse Staff in Features on October 29, 2006

Stuart Moore (Firestorm, Wolverine, JSA Classified) is the talented writer behind Firestorm right at the moment with artist Jamal Igle. He also doesn’t drink toilet paper and lives in a very old brownstone with the ghosts of the Loch Ness monster and Steve Guttenberg’s career. Yes, I made that last piece about the ghosts up. [...]

Phone Solicitors

Phone Solicitors

By GCom in Features on October 26, 2006

Written by GCom My office door is knocked upon, and I sitting at my desk notice. In walks Filthy Assistant Dusty. “There’s a ‘Winnie’ in the phone for you” he says. I give him the nod and reach for the phone. Filthy Assistant Dusty scurries off, closing the door. “Hello, Gary here.” I say into the phone. “Hi Gary!” says [...]

Sermon for October 26th

Sermon for October 26th

By wisdom000 in Features on October 26, 2006

Written by Wisdom000 I realized something today boys and girls…. I realized it after an encounter with an attractive, if somewhat vacous, young lady. I was talking to a friend about music, more specifically about the loss of all talent, heart, and meaning in today’s hip hop, and reminiscing about the hip hop of yesteryear, along the [...]

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