With corporate ownership comes a shitload more advertisements.
Find out what's shipping from DC Comics in July, then complain about it in the comments!
Another fine creator that is participating in Alternative Free Comics Day!
Review on Douglas' latest work.
Roll call, international posters, and a car ad.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Superman #262,266,270, For Lovers Only #67.
Trevorrow still involved but not directing.
Agrees with Lawrence Kasdan's description of it.
After five months: the mystery of VARGR revealed!
Jim Lee finally comes through on a commission.
"It's a prison for giant monsters, about as simple as you can get."
Rumors from Bleeding Cool imply heavy editorial control for the relaunched DC Universe.
It's been a rough year and half for the Rat Queens.
The polls are open!!!
Previews of two Valiant Entertainment titles on sale April 20.
"Essentially the book is a reverse alien invasion story where Earth is the main aggressor."
The movie studios have to win the Pokémon battle first though…
BOOM! Box celebrates this landmark issue with extra pages and story content.
That's him, fur real…
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos Annual #7 (Nov 1971), Shanna the She-Devil #1 (Dec 1972), Dagar the Invincible #1 (Oct 1972)
The show has been renewed after only one episode of Season 2.
Should Daredevil start to fear?
So there might be no apparent US release in theaters, it might will only be available on DVD, and will be released in 2017. So the good news is... Is there any good news in this?
"If Alan Moore asks you if you want to do an anthology, you say yes."
Now you can finally afford all those Civil War 2 tie-ins!
The animated adaptation for the comic book will be the first DC Animated movie given the rating.
That makes four.
Get the scoop on this news from the internet's number one Latino-themed Hollywood gossip column!
And Captain America: Civil War covers Entertainment Weekly's Summer Movie Preview issue