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.
The answer: whoever he wants, because he's also producing it!
"Lighten Up" tells the story of the time Ronald Wimberly was asked to change the skin color of a character.
Things didn't go so well the last time a tall, skinny, popular comic actor named Jim donned the green question mark tights!
Sabrina, which last came out in October, and Afterlife with Archie, last seen in December, will have new issues in "the spring."
Cullen Bunn can't write everything, you know!
The show's ratings woes are starting to result in casualties.
The tears, the gun pointed at the crotch, the lipstick smear, and the finger in the face were all added at the request of management.
Seriously, this apparently qualifies as news and has been covered on multiple outlets.
Here are Some Statements, Tweets, and Blog Posts on the Valerie D'Orazio and Chris Sims Cyber-Bullying StoryBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on March 18, 2015
A collection of posts from around the web talking about an issue that hits close to home for the comics blogosphere.
He says that freedom of expression wasn't violated and he decided to pull the cover due to understanding the criticism, not pressure. Also, be nicer to each other.
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