Jude Terror is the Webmaster Supreme of The Outhouse and a sarcastic ace reporter dedicated to delivering irreverent comics and entertainment news to The Outhouse's dozens of loyal readers. Driven by a quest for vengeance, Jude Terror taught himself to program and joined The Outhouse. He instantly began working toward his goal of forcing the internet comics community to take itself less seriously and failing miserably. A certified trash eater ruining the pristine field of comics journalism with his sarcasm and goofiness, Jude Terror is secretly friendly and congenial, so if you've got a complaint, why not just bring it up to him instead of subtweeting like a jackass, jackass? You can find him on Twitter or try your luck with an email, but keep in mind that he is notoriously unreliable and may not get back to you right away. Unless you want to send him free stuff, in which case he'll get back to you immediately.
Kristi McDowell and Sean Ian Mills Talk Gamer Girl & Vixen, A Lesbian Supervillain Love Story on KickstarterBy Jude Terror in Features on May 19, 2015
Looking for a fun comic to take your mind off all the grim and gritty super-mega-crossover events of late? Look no further!
In the United States, the movies would be considered pornography.
But we're willing to bet that some desperate DC fanboys still won't believe it.
Report: Removal of X-Men and Fantastic Four From Two Secret Wars T-Shirts Clearly Just a CoincidenceBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on May 19, 2015
It couldn't possibly be the result of an ongoing personal feud between Marvel and movie rights holder Fox.
But this is nothing like DC's reboot at all. Wait, did we say reboot?! We didn't mean that!
Mad Max: Fury Road Fails to Break $50 Million as Moviegoers Mistake it for Documentary About AustraliaBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on May 18, 2015
A lack of understand of the film's premise hurt ticket sales for Mad Max: Fury Road.
Why is DC challenging Rihanna over a trademark? We've got the full story!
Her real first name, that is: Robyn.
Conway still disagrees with DC's equity policy, but apologizes for ascribing nefarious motives to its architects.
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