WHY CAN'T WE HAVE GOOD THINGS, DC?
Marvel Launches Share Your Universe Initiative, We Think It Has Something to Do with Giving Kids StuffBy ThanosCopter in News with Benefits on July 9, 2013
Seriously, they're not being very clear here.
The first teaser poster for Captain America 2.
The Eisner Awards are a little over a week away. Who will win big at SDCC?
Kol works to save the College of Winterhold from a magical disaster in the lastest issue, out today!
The online bookstore has entered into the comic publishing business.
The comic book publisher may face bankruptcy after producing an extravagent trailer for the blockbuster event comic, Infinity.
This week: Surprise Zechs Edition
So many callbacks, so little time.
Though we may have battle cyborgs by then…
The fan favorite writer was not listed in the credits for Suicide Squad #24, causing The Outhouse's hand to hover over the counter reset button.
This week's issue of Avengers Arena has LEAKED! Want to be SHOCKED by what happens?! SPOILERS!
Blacklist or no, here's your full DC Comics solicits for October, 2013!
The famous artist has fled to the green pastures of BOOM! Studios.
Marvel has released a teaser for the upcoming Share Your Universe teaser they plan to release tomorrow.
Good News for those wanting to attend the convention, but holding out because of Kramer's involvement.
Not content to hog up most of Superman's movie, Jor'El wants his own film.
We can definitely tell you that we're pretty sure these rumors are completely true.
The Octogenarian was really looking forward to the movie based on the old timey radio show from the 1930s.
For reals, guys. This time it's actually happening.
A bit of a sparse week this week, pop-culture wise, but we make do.
Angela's Twitter tips on how to survive San Diego Comic Con.
The polls are open!!
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is hard at work on his next movie, filming Hercules and has been using his twitter to share a peek at filming.
Tonight the Chiller network counts down America's 13 Greatest Slashers in horror.
This article will only hope to heighten the legend of this Indy character.
Punchy's world-renowned column is here! Now with paragraphs!
Despite the objections of the powerful wizard, Rebellion Comics has printed and sold out of 1000 copies of the "lost" comic.
"He's European," explained normally stalwart critics of the overly-sexualized depictions of females in comics.
Reading Realms Reviews James Enge's prequel to his Morlock series: 'A Guile of Dragons'