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Gaiman will join the likes of Sarah Palin and Paula Deen as he gets his own Bluewater biography comic.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Nelson explains how difficult it was to hold a Halloween costume contest on two coasts.
A crossover is coming! A crossover is coming!
With visual and sound effects that must have cost literally tens of dollars, the trailer for Stan Lee's new animated movie dazzles viewers.
We're betting he'll do a better job than Ben Affleck.
TEASE, if you please! debuted at Bar Fedora in Los Angeles on Friday, and for some reason, The Outhouse was invited.
The addition of an extra hour to most clocks on Sunday morning may be an indicator that the timestream is irrevocably broken.
In response to a Marvel.com list of the top 50 X-Men celebrating the X-Men's 50th anniversary, one fan took to social media with a rebuttal.
A comic book blogger is relieved to find that the world didn't end when he neglected to post every teaser Image sent out for Rick Remender's Black Science as a separate article.
As Mark Waid's Daredevil concludes with a digital story, fancy artist Chris Samnee is replaced by Peter Krause.
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