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Reportedly, the head of DC Comics told Pope that if he wanted to comics for kids, he can do Scooby Doo.
The Outhouse had a difficult time verifying the rumor when we sent a resident of Philadelphia to get the scoop.
Fans who ask for 'something weird' at the Walt Disney Parks & Resorts pavilion during the D23|Expo 2013 will be treated to a first look at an upcoming Marvel project.
Grant Morrison's animated Mahabharata debuts on YouTube for Geek Week, and no, we are not making this up.
The award winning actor will be the twelfth to play the lead role on the longtime British science fiction series.
The cover indicates that Rick Remender is not through using Rogue as a proxy for readers who dared complain about his metaphors.
In a press release touting the arrival of the digital comics app, Panel Nine CEO Russell Willis has some awesomely harsh words for mainstream comics.
The X-Men: Days of Future Past director posted an alarming picture of himself with a giant, mutant hunting death robot on Twitter.
The readers are having trouble grasping the idea that a comic can actually have an ending.
Dan Didio and Jim Lee claim that DC editorial interference is below average in a worrying interview.
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