All 2014 nominees are now officially on the satirical website's 2014 shit list.
A large and rambling recap of last weekend's Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo
This...actually might be the coolest premise for a DC comic I've heard of in a while.
The film will star Michael Keaton, Zack Galifianakis, Emma Stone and Naomi Watts, and will not be about the real Birdman.
Citing "fool me twice, shame on me," readers are taking the announcement about the long-awaited series with a grain of salt.
Scalped is the latest Vertigo comic to get the TV treatment.
The man believes his friend should have prefaced his statements with a spoiler warning in case the book he was talking about was ever made into a popular television show.
Well, the back of his head is, at least.
Anime breaks through Wall Cartoon Network in May
Get X #0-10 for $3.99 and The Victories #1-13 for $4.99 in Dark Horse's latest Brutal Bundle!
The broadcasting icon gave The Outhouse a one on one interview about writing the forward to Vol. 2 of Todd, The Ugliest Kid on Earth.
A look at the responses from the industry's leading creators, journalists, and social justice activists twenty-four hours after Outhousers EIC's historic editorial on INVINCIBLE rape scene.
Rogue blogger Janelle Asselin ripped the upcoming Teen Titans reboot cover a new one in a CBR article, prompting a quick response from DC stock artist Brett Booth.
The teaser mimics a private communication on a computer terminal screen, an obvious mockery of the people suffering from the devastating effects of the Heartbleed SSL bug.
Fox threatens to use her terrible acting and working relationship with Michael Bay to ruin Thundercats, Sailor Moon, and more!
Fans will vote on whether the book will be rocked to its foundations, shaken to its core, or changed in some other unquantifiable way that won't make any real difference.
Yes, Kevin Conroy reprises his role as the Batman in this 75th Anniversary Dark Knight animated-short and we've got it here for you!
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