It's a new design of an old car of a new design of an imagined classic.
The legendary creator has reportedly put a curse on Sequential and their families.
What does it mean when Kevin Smith says the new Batman costume is like nothing fans have seen before?
Explore new territory in this upcoming graphic novel - your mind!
...that we know about.
Jeff Kromer is reading a trade a day for the month of November. It's going... ok?
Something something Once Upon a Time...
The debut issue of our new web zine: Indy Hunter Presents: The ZineSmiths!
A fan-made comic that shows what would happen if the Joker finally got his wish and broke Batman.
The polls are open!
...with a little help from Loki.
Damn you, hyper-sensitive PC American culture!
Lost footage from a special edition laserdisc of Return of the Jedi recovered, restored, and uploaded.
Shenanigans on Bleeding Cool's message boards involving a comic shop owner, a Marvel editor, and superstar writer Dan Slott validate our existence.
For one month the two Lantern titles become one title. And a surprise DC character becomes the newest Red Lantern
Niam Suggitt reviews this week's comics, including Superman Unchained, Amazing X-Men, East Of West, Forever Evil, Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Action Comics and more.
A BATMAN: ZERO YEAR tie-in!
A FOREVER EVIL tie-in: 'Dark Art'
Smith. Tennant. Hurt. The trailer to the 50th Anniversary Special is here!!!
Tell us what you thought of the movie here, we want to know!
This week on View from the Gutters the topic is Strange Attractors, by Charles Soule. An amazing original graphic novel about math wizards who save New York!
Have you become what the message demands?
Everynow and then the Indy Hunter's conciousness goes to war with his common sense. Find out why Indy's pazzing out about format and intentions with Mini-comics and trying new things.
Brian John Mitchell has been on our show a few times now talking about his custom Mini-comics the size of Match-books! Now, with our review, we will actually put them to the test and after burn their success, on the Indy-5-Ohh!
The company has apparently contracted an STD so disgusting it can be transmitted through comic books.
The Outhouse can exclusively reveal the name of the villain in Marvel's next big super-mega-crossover event: 'Who Watches the Neighborhood Watchmen?'
DC will be releasing the two one-shots in February.
The sudden increase in teaser quality has led to allegations of performance enhancing mist usage.
Image is hoping people will read a Christmas comic all year long. And they probably will.