Need I say more than the title of the episode speaks for itself?
The third book in the Eli Moonpress Saga, The Spirit Eater leans a little toward the darker side in this new release.
Justice strikes hard as a new team of young superheroes form up to tackle the stink of crime that reeks across the world.
Season 1 comes to a close as Solomon Kane returns to capture Lance and Ilana, demanding answers.
The Avengers find themselves at the mercy of the Leader. Their only hope lies in the branded traitor former S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Hawkeye (dear God too many adjectives!!!), and of course the Hulk.
The Outhouse Book Club takes a look at Paolo Bacigalupi's "The Windup Girl" for November
How do you remember the dearly departed? Do you celebrate the life it lived, or do you lament on the forces that bought your friend to its end? Healthy grief requires you to do both, but when all is said and done, always keep the memories close to your heart.
It's the beginning of a new era of the Review Group. Fourthman had the pick for the week and opened it to the masses with a poll. After much jockeying and campaigning, the Outhouse chose Batwoman #0 as the pick of the week.
Thirty-two years after it's original publication, DC Comics has released two new editions of Superman vs. Muhammad Ali. How does this classic work hold up today?
Due to the recent events that happened in this past week's Amazing Spider-Man #649, the Outhouse pays respect to a character.
Dynamite resurrects one of the most enduring femme fatales in comic history.
GLX reviews Uncanny X-Force #2.
RU reviews his advanced signed copy of Detective Comcis 871 sent to him by author and Friend of the Site Scott Snyder.
It's John Snow's final week as Review Group Tyrant and he selected Hellboy: Double Feature of Evil by Mike Mignola, Richard Corben and Dave Stewart!
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