Day Three saw us talking to Nick Gillespie (director) and Steve Garry (actor) about their short Samuel & Emily Vs.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Day two saw me interviewing SFX guru Shaune Harrison (Harry Potter, World War Z, Star Wars) about his extensive career, his new special effects training school and any upcoming projects (that might just be in a galaxy far, far away.
Steve Yeun will be on hand at the NYCC Legend of Korra panel where attendees will also get a first look at "Beginnings".
ComiXology will now feature Avatar Press comics, including Alan Moore's Neonomicon.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are throwing their hat into making an adult animation comedy for Sony.
Want to complain about a movie that was never even made? This is your chance!
One show continues it's descent into ratings' hell, while another nabs some high ratings.
Another dose of old school style horror in this latest issue.
Thoughts and Easter eggs about the latest episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Dark Horse presents Shaolin Cowboy, the bastard love child of Samurai Jack and Deadpool.
Jeff Kromer reviews Alex de Campi's Smoke/Ashes collection from Dark Horse Comics.
A recent rumor says next year's September gimmick from DC will be a "five years later" event and a weekly series, and The Outhouse tells you why that would, like, totally rule.
BBC Event To Announce Recovery Of Lost Doctor Who Episodes To Include Former Actors From The ProgramBy Juan Cena in News with Benefits on October 9, 2013
Former Doctor Who companion portrayers Frazier Hines and Deborah Watling will help the BBC rip oven the veil of secrecy involving the recovered missing episodes of the series.
Season 9, bitches!
In our second inteview from day one, I chat to James Moran (Severance, Cockneys vs Zombies, Tower Block) about his new short 'Crazy For You' and what his favourite romantic comedy is.
We do spoil you guys.
Shell head teams up with... shell bodies?
The twilight is in their eyes, but these vampires aren't here to win your heart with mixtapes, these guys have a plan.
After months of speculation and thousands of hit-grabbing internet articles, it turns out that the lost episodes of Doctor Who were right in the front left pocket of the BBC's favorite jeans.
It's a book about exorcisms and will be illustrated by Paul Azaceta
No catchy title needed, God Hates Astronauts is just plain awesome.
On this week's episode of View from the Gutters the topic is the long-running webcomic series, Erfworld.
The first major announcement of this weekend's convention is out and it's a doozy.
An Ohio man who was one of the first to obtain an official Superman license plate is already suffering from DC Comics' editorial interference.
The BBC finally breaks its silence on the long-rumored rediscovery of Doctor Who episodes lost for decades.
An actual organization called the Rising Tide is pissed about the Rising Tide in Marvel's popular Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. television show.
While the BBC remains silent, reports of the recovery of long-lost episodes of Doctor Who go international.
The octogenarian is worried there are too many crossovers in comics, but it's Dark Horse and Dynamite, so it will probably be worth it.
THE BIGGEST WEEK IN ENTHUSIAST HISTORY rolls on with our regularly scheduled episode.