Believe it or not, that's a completely straight headline, and this is a real story.
The director's opening sequence for The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XXIV is kind of awesome.
A review of the new original graphic novel from Warren Ellis and Mike McKone.
Top Cow & Heroes & Villains Entertainment bring another week of Samurai epicness.
Could this be the project Marvel teased in February?
On Thursday Quesada rested, on Friday Marvel declared teaser WAR. NOW!
DC announced a five month crossover event featuring four books.
A Cult Favorite show with a Cult Favorite Guest? Ridiculous.
A teaser trailer for Legendary Pictures' Godzilla has shown up. NUFF SAID!!!
And this, fanboys, is why we can't have nice things.
Niam Suggitt reviews this week's Marvel Pop-Art Productions and stuff from Brand Ecch. (Sorry DC) Oh, and there's an Image book too!
The Death Star is revealed and Han Solo is a giant, green alien. Eventually.
Villains: some of them are just 2D rambling fools!
Rarely is a book about a villain going good, well, this good.
Though Samuel L. Jackson is not Disney's official PR rep, multiple outlets are confirming that the younger sister of Mary Kate and Ashley is the Scarlet Witch.
A short teaser for Star Wars: Rebels will be shown on Disney XD this Monday during 7:30 pm ET.
The actor has been cast for a multiple arc appearance on the CW show.
Starting with Megaman #34, the series will include a back-up featuring Mega Man X.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
CD Projekt Red teases the book ahead of NYCC.
Kyle Benning looks at the All-Star Comics revival in the newest Retro Reviews
Meet the Rick Allen (Def Leppard drummer) of comics, Larime Taylor, who created a killer Kickstarter comic that got the attention and green light from Top Cow.
On this week's episode of View from the Gutters the topic is IDW's relaunch of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, featuring original creators Eastman and Laird.
He also offers some advice to young freelancers, but that doesn't make as attractive a headline.
BOOM! will get a portion of box office gross to split with creators while 20th Century Fox gets an option to use a semicolon in their logo.
Once again, we're thrilled to be joined by Matthew Gibbon in a very special episode where we celebrate one of the greatest television shows in history, Breaking Bad.
Luke Anthony interviews writer Rob Levin, slicing up the latest on Bushido like Samurai through Vampire butter. Ew.
Shadowman deals with some unexpected Halloween antics.
Oh, it's just another Marvel one-word teaser. CCCOOONNN!!!
Is this image a peek behind the filming of Ant-Man?