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How to Enjoy Comics: You’re the Boss

How to Enjoy Comics: You’re the Boss

By Outhouse Staff in Features on March 7, 2007

Written by john lewis Welcome to the very first edition of How to Enjoy Comics. Comic book fans have always been stereotyped as devoted, bordering on addicted, people who focus way too much on the details and it is the duty of myself and How to Enjoy Comics to fix the problem (and it helps with [...]

Peeing in the Shower: Captain America

Peeing in the Shower: Captain America

By Keb Ellis in Features on March 7, 2007

In light of recent events, I’d like to issue a spoiler warning.  Don’t read this if you haven’t read the latest comic news. Captain America is dead. At least for now he is.  And it makes me wonder how far this pushes the political spectrum of Marvel comics.  Civil War was meant to push American values and [...]

Flush That S#!T #3

Flush That S#!T #3

By Tony Mourlot in Features on February 28, 2007

Hey everyone! We decided to pull it together and bring you a new edition of Flush That S#!t and this time Misac and Sgt. Marvel came to party. This editions topics include the Ghost Rider movie, Joe Quesada, Spiderman’s return to black, The Boys and the single issue vs. the trade paperback. [...]

The Order of Meetings

The Order of Meetings

By GCom in Features on January 28, 2007

By GCom I’ve a 2:00 appointment to sit down with a gentleman wanting me to sell a book. We’re going to sit down, discuss this deal. It’s a small press book from a creator who’s just getting out his first project. I’m talking to his ‘manager’, I think. They want me to give them shelf space for [...]

The Lateral Progress

The Lateral Progress

By GCom in Features on January 20, 2007

By GCom Wow, it’s been a while since I wrote one of these, huh? Okay, let’s fix that. What’s been occupying me lately? CIVIL WAR: For a series that started with so much positive feeling, good publicity, support, and general happiness and cupcakes, this is falling away within my store. The sales are down across the board, including [...]

Riding Coat-tails

Riding Coat-tails

By Keb Ellis in Features on January 19, 2007

 Note: Major spoilers if you’ve been living under a rock for the past six months!  It’s been one hell of a year for commercial comics.  Actually, it’s been a hell of a ride for the last three years or so.  In 2004 we saw the landmark Avengers: Disassembled begin a saga that would run [...]

Everything I Needed to Know

Everything I Needed to Know

By wisdom000 in Features on January 9, 2007

By Wisdom000 When faced with confrontation, stress, or merely a question about morality, my mind often wanders to comic books… As a child, the following lessons were made clear to me through the wonderful medium of sequential art. Peter Parker taught me that you have to always do the right thing, even if it means putting yourself [...]

Peeing in the Shower: Quality vs. Quantity

Peeing in the Shower: Quality vs. Quantity

By Keb Ellis in Features on January 2, 2007

(Just a quick point: This column is about a month late) I’m sitting here and reading the latest issue of Ultimates 2.  It took something like 6 months to come out, I think.  I don’t know because I stopped keeping track.  The series still isn’t done and I’m waiting because I just want to finish the [...]

Flush That S#!t for December 18th

Flush That S#!t for December 18th

By Tony Mourlot in Features on December 18, 2006

Hey everyone, welcome to our 2nd edition of what used to be called “F&$# That Noise”, which has been renamed “Flush That S#!t” in a more productive manner.  This week we talk Avengers, Avengers, Avengers! (okay, not that much Avengers…) and Fantastic Four, and like…one thing from DC.  Ooh, we also have a very special guest.  You’ll [...]

Interview with WOWIO.com’s Brett Burner

Interview with WOWIO.com’s Brett Burner

By Outhouse Staff in Features on December 4, 2006

The Outhouse has for your reading pleasure an interview with Brett Burner of WOWIO.com. Enjoy: The Outhouse: What exactly is WOWIO.com and how did it to come to life? Brett Burner: WOWIO is a revolutionary online bookstore dedicated to providing consumers with free, downloadable books through the use of paid, targeted advertising opportunities. WOWIO’s “Free Books + Free [...]

Flush that S#!t: Premier Edition

Flush that S#!t: Premier Edition

By Tony Mourlot in Features on December 3, 2006

Welcome to “Flush that S#!t” a new discussion-like column by Tony “DeadFett” Mourlet and Keb Ellis. It focuses on the hot news items of the week, and both Tony and Keb will be discussing them in as much opinionated detail as possible. This “Premier Edition” is basically a test-run to gauge some reader [...]

The Outhouse Needs People!!

The Outhouse Needs People!!

By Outhouse Staff in Features on November 30, 2006

Outhouse need writers, artists, and contributers (and booze). No pay but almost complete freedom and get to say all the dirty words you want (like poopy). If interested, e-mail me at \n This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . john lewis The Outhouse

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: [...]

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