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SXSW: Marvel Getting Into the Civil War Documentary Business
Ken Burns is gonna be pissed! Oh wait, it's not that kind of Civil War?
'Beware the Batman' Not on Cartoon Network's 2014-'15 Schedule
The on-hiatus series is not on Cartoon Network's new programing schedule for next season.
'Star Wars: The Clone Wars' Filoni Shows Off Sketches from Final Writer's Meeting
The now former producer of the show gave fans one final treat: various sketches from the final writer's conference along with one final spoiler on a character's fate.
Outhouse Volunteers to Be Voice of Reason in Canadian Convention Sexism Scandal
Fan Expo Canada is calling for a fair and reasonable journalist to accurately portray their side of the story. Look no further, canucks - we're right here!
SXSW: Tempers Flare as Marvel Announces All-Ages Infinite Ultimate Spider-Man Comic
A small disagreement over the title left four dead and twenty-seven wounded at the festival in Austin, Texas this weekend.
DC Still Not Interested in Booster Gold to Fans' Dismay
Writer Brian Keene demonstrated DC's lack of interest in promoting a new Booster Gold book when he revealed his rejected pitch for one.
Like a Drug Pusher in a Dark Alley, comiXology Giving Readers First Taste of Digital Comics for Free This Weekend
Pssst. Hey you! Yeah, you! You like digital comics? Wanna try some?
CAPS Stan Sakai Benefit Auctions Started Today - Go and Buy Something
Help out legendary comics creator Stan Sakai by buying original art from hundreds of cartoonists.
DC Makes White Character Black Right Before St. Patrick's Day
Pale white people were either offended or drunk because of the change.
Stu Snyder Exits Turner Animation, Considers Work Ruining DC Animated Universe Complete
The "most hated" man in animation has resigned from his position as head of Turner Animation (aka the man who ran Cartoon Network) effective at the end of March.
Miami Heat Jersey Debacle Opens New Avenues for Avoiding Responsibility
After Lebron James blamed Jerseys for a 111-87 loss against the San Antonio Spurs, the entire comic industry is trying to use the excuse.