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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.

 

Streaking with KHOI PHAM

Khoi Pham talks with the Outhouse about Chaos War and more!


Chaos War #1 Review

The Chaos War is upon us!  Will the final arc in the Incredible Hercules epic live up to the hype surrounding the beloved book?

James Asmus Tries to ESCAPE FROM THE NEGATIVE ZONE

James Asmus, award-winning playwright and Marvel writer, stops by the Outhouse to discuss his upcoming crossover, Escape from the Negative Zone, as well as his origins, upcoming works and the...

Ten Questions with Bill Rosemann

Bill Rosemann answers ten questions about the role of an editor and teases  some upcoming titles from the House of Ideas!

David Liss Talks BLACK PANTHER: MAN WITHOUT FEAR

David Liss talks with the Outhouse about his upcoming run on the new Black Panther: Man Without Fear title and what it holds for both Hell's Kitchen and T'Challa.

Streaking with Charles Soule (27, Strongman)

Charles Soule, writer of the recently announced Image miniseries 27, sits down with the Outhouse to talk about music, breaking into comics and his upcoming works.

Thor #615 Review

Thor #615 heralds the beginning of the Matt Fraction era of the long-running title.  With the movie looming in the not-so-distant future, how does the title look?

Streaking with Nick Tapalansky

Eagle Award nominee Nick Tapalansky sits down with the Outhouse to discuss the conclusion to the hit graphic novel Awakening, the zombie genre's effects on society, and which president would survive...

Justice Society of America Special #1 Review

Justice Society of America Special #1 isn't a JSA book at all.  It's a book about a character who really should have never left the cautionary story he was spawned in.

Idiot's Guide Gets Serious: Event Burnout

Idiot's Guide gets serious and examines the era of the event comic, what it's doing to storytelling in comic books, and what needs to be done about it.