The former Dark Horse Editor in Chief has responded to a accusations of inappropriate touching, licking, and biting.
The new show was announced today by the BBC.
The show will mark a new milestone for the comic book industry in screwing Alan Moore.
Writer Joe Harris has come forward with the allegations, working with journalist Janelle Asselin.
The company is positive the book will really come out this time.
The DC Comics Co-Publisher will take a well-deserved break after all his hard work.
All is well for the flagship Marvel TV show, just as we've always said it would be.
Thank goodness! We were worried we might not get another event comic soon enough!
Outhouse Guessing Game: Which Of These Three Unfinished Books Might (But Won’t Really) Get An EndingBy GHERU in News with Benefits on September 30, 2015
The answer might surprise you…if you didn’t see the news yesterday.
When reached for comment, Mr. Zdarsky assumed we were telemarketers.
Batman v. Superman Nabs PG-13 Rating, Ensuring Wanton Violence and Grimdark Themes Still Appropriate for ChildrenBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on September 30, 2015
The movie contains lots of violence, but also "some sensuality."
The series will give the Psiot known as Zephyr her own title.
Should comic creators charge fans for back rubs? While many decry the practice others say that charging is needed to help cover the cost of hot stones and sensual oils.
Does it matter whether creators charge thirty dollars for autographs when the real victims are suffering?
A report from the Baltimore Diamond Retailers Summit brings portents of doom for the ailing comics industry.
The comic will come out today, last week, and ten thousand years from now, simultaneously.
The spunky reporter has spent three weeks disguised as a tree in order to read over Rick Remender's shoulder as he writes his latest comic book.
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