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Someone smoked a lot of pot before writing this press release for Black Metal 3 and Helheim: The Witch War TPB. Rock on, guys.
After being mistaken for the Boston Red Sox while on a creative retreat in Boston, the bearded creators pulled off the first World Series clincher in Boston since 1918.
The beleaguered rumormonger is under attack on Twitter for reporting DC's move to Burbank, CA.
Nobody is mad that X-Men: Battle of the Atom #2 has "The Great One" Brian Bendis on the cover despite being mostly written by Jason Aaron.
The Outhouse struggles for minutes to come up with more than a paragraph about the news, which is probably longer than Millar spent writing the script for the glorified movie pitch of a comic.
The company nearly drove legendary artist Al Plastino to tears with stupidity that occurred over fifty years ago.
With the final issue of the wanton teenage death comic in stores in November, Tumblr bloggers and other overly-sensitive types scramble to get in their final emotional tirades.
Ender's Game hits theaters this week, and fans of the series of books by prominent bigot Orson Scott Card can't wait to downplay his anti-gay activism to justify supporting the movie.
Claims that the epic conclusion to Marvel's latest super-mega-crossover event will send shockwaves throughout the comic book industry sent shockwaves throughout the comic book industry.
The comic book publisher hopes to do away with expensive artist costs by having children draw comics for free.
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