Chew, Jonah Hex, Sweet Tooth and more!
Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers episode 2 impresses with well-delivered Shakespearean dialog and some of the best (to date) comic-recreation animation.
Ken Eppstein, editor for the independent Nix Comic Quarterly, shares his thoughts about the struggles of distributing an small press anthology.
Critically-acclaimed Christos Gage stops by the Outhouse to talk all things Avengers Academy!
Interviews from WonderCon 2011
With the release of today's Image Comics' Green Wake, I interview artist Riley Rossmo!
Become a true desk jockey
Senior TV Columnist Nightfly recaps & reviews his preferred picks from the previous week of primetime programming.
IGW talks about comic characters that should have stayed dead! Plus news, reviews and more!
Editor-in-Chief Dale Mettam visits the Pirate Podcast to talk his book MISSING LINX, his web comics about all things coming from Viper Comics in 2011.
Artist extraordinare Mike Allred stops by the Outhouse to talk about his latest Madman special and his sucess in creator owned comics.
Masterful artist/writer Mike Allred is back with 45 pages of the misadventures of his hero of mythic proportions, Madman!
Find out what The Laughing Ogre, a Columbus, Ohio LCS, is doing to bring in customers!
Indy Hunter reviews the Savage Dragon: Emperor Dragon TPB!
Marvel adds to its collection of Motion Comics with Robert Rodi and Esad Ribic's Thor and Loki: Blood Brothers. Released to bolster interest in the up-coming Thor movie, Blood Brothers is certainly worthy of picking-up Mjolnir.
For many of us, bagging and boarding our comic books is nothing more than a habit. How important is it? Plus, are we over valuing the physical comic book and under valuing the comic book's content or mental impression?
Comic book journalist Rich Johnston stops by the Outhouse to discuss his biographical comic Kate and William: A Very Public Love Story!
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