The new book from Victor Gischler features sexy clowns, causing a conflict of interest for a particular demographic.
Creators who haven't been relevant in 20 years have opinions about the comic industry that are out of date.
In 1959, a newly formed group of heroes banded together, and defended our world from a pan-dimensional invader who wanted to consume our world. Today, possibly aided by a certain comic book writer, that invader has returned.
Now with Magneto (young and old), Professor X (young and old), Blink, Beast, Warpath, Wolverine, Storm, and Mystique STILL in tears. Probably because it hasn't been released yet. Yeah, what's up with that Fox?!
The all ages comic book star poses in a very revealing outfit on the variant cover for Afterlife with Archie #1.
So really like the Arkham series? Want something really sweet? Then the Collector's Edition for Batman: Arkham Origins is what you need and we have details of what's on it.
Dirk Manning has a new book coming out in September, and we are threatening you with bodily harm if you don't buy it.
Kevin Feige says Marvel has planned out the next seven-plus years of your movie going life.
Wizards of the Coast changed things up in their most popular D&D setting and found out fans don't always like change.
The publisher has announced that it will be releasing non 3D covers for Villains Month due to shortages.
OMG, Tom Hiddleston's in it. SQUEE! SQUEE! SQUEE!
Ed Boon has revealed that the character will be the next playable DLC character in Injustice.
This is where the Marvel meets the Mouse! Want an advanced screening of Agents of S.H.E.I.L.D.? you need to be a registered fan of Disney and be at the Anaheim Convention Center August 11 at 3:00 p.m.
Most wanted for Muppet fans...
Reportedly, the head of DC Comics told Pope that if he wanted to comics for kids, he can do Scooby Doo.
Kol learns how to stop Alduin and faces off against him for the first time in the latest issue of our weekly webcomic.
According to stars Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp, and director Gore Verbinski, it's the critics' fault.
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