Niam Suggitt, Punchy to his friends, is the most humblest of all the Outhouse writers. His easy going manner and ability to see and recognize the point of views of those who he disagrees with has made him one of the most sought after members of our community to resolve conflicts. Although he likes all of you, and considers everyone to be his friend, Punchy would prefer you use “Niam Suggitt” when quoting him for the front cover blurb on your book. Follow this wonder of a man at @NiamSuggitt, if you want to, he’s cool with you either way.
Check out this in-depth, early review of Kick-Ass, the most anticipated R-Rated superhero movie of all time!
Stephen King's writing a Vampire comic, so what? Find out it's any good in the only review that matters, the one from the Outhouse!
Greg Rucka's new Oni Press Detective book is out this week, and wow, it's really fucking good. Seriously, drop something this week and pick it up.
"And in my head there's all these classic cars and outlaw Cowboy Bands, I always kinda sorta wish I'm someone else. When our boots they hit the ground, they made a high and lonesome sound, when our boots they hit the ground down from the clouds, they made a high and lonesome sound."
Criminal returns, and so does Tracy Lawless, for another hard-boiled Noir classic. Goddamn, it's good. No foolin'
Darick Robertson returns to tell the secret origin of Mother's Milk, but does this book suckle, or is it the tits?
Frank takes on Spider-Man in an extra-sized Annual, but is it just too silly?
The world's greatest Martial Artist returned this week with an all new Black and White one-shot. And even though it's got Deadpool in it, it's still worth getting.
Todd McFarlane returns to comics next week with Robert Kirkman, Ryan Ottley, Greg Capullo and Haunt! The Outhouse has the review for you!
Mark Waid and Minck Oosterveer return with another tantalising mystery. And it's even better than the first one. Journey into the Unknown with Punchy's review.
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