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Christian Hoffer is the exasperated Abbott to the Outhouse's Costello. When he's not yelling at the Newsroom for upsetting readers or complaining to his wife about why the Internet is stupid, he sits in his dingy business office trying to find new ways to make the site earn money. Hoffer is also the only person in history stupid enough to moderate two comic book forums at once.


The Reunion Tour: Charles Soule Talks about 27: Second Set

Charles Soule sits down with the Outhouse to discuss his latest series, 27: Second Set!

DC Comes Up Big in September 7th's Power Poll!

Which DC Relaunch book topped the charts? Click and find out!

52apolooza: Batwing

Read some reviews about the Batman of Africa. Is Batwing any good? Read on and find out!

Idiot's Guide Weekly: The Quest for the Mythical New Comic Book Reader: Part Three

The final part of a three part satire about new readers in comics!

52apolooza: Justice League International

52apolooza takes a look at Justice League International #1.  Does it live up to Justice League: Generation Lost's hype?

52apolooza: Justice League

52apolooza begins with six reviews of Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's Justice League #1!

The Nerd Boner Alert: Am I the only one with Wolverine on Cyclops Fantasies?

Katie Hutchison takes a look into the rising presence of LGBT characters in comics in the latest installment of Nerd Boner Alert!

Idiot's Guide Weekly: The Quest for The New Comic Book Reader, Part Two

IGW presents part two of a three part satire about what the comic book industry is doing to bring in new readers.

August Comic Book Power Rankings (Plus Weekly Rankings for 8/31/3011)

PollTron presents the top scoring books for August and the top books for the week of August 31st!

The Still-New, Really Odd Idiot's Guide Weekly: The Quest for the New Comic Book Reader: Part One

IGW presents part one of a satire about new comic book readers and the risks the comic industry takes to draw them in.