Various comic websites reacted favorably to the poster during a slow news day.
This week on the show, we're back to our usual tricks as Kieran is once again recommending his favourite band (because he's not had a chance to listen to anything else), we talk about the changing nature of what constitutes a live album and at least one of us recommends the best worst TV show on screens at the moment.
The way of the Bushido is way, way awesome this issue.
Indy Hunter gets to chat with the very busy but always hospitable Dirk Manning about his Kickstarter campaign to bring his widely-popular Tales of Mr. Rhee to print. Finally because you demanded it!
On this week's episode of View from the Gutters the topic is Revival, a supernatural horror comic by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton
Titan Magazines will launch a comic book based on the television show based on a comic book!
'Revolt of The Orange Lanterns' begins here!
The Dude reveals that the first Iron Man movie had no script and scenes were all improvised as the movie was filmed.
Metron3 loves him some leather.
Jeff Kromer has a look at the $1 debut issue of Oni's Letter 44.
This week, we're getting ourselves ready for The Enthusiast's favourite holiday, Halloween!
Images have leaked of the two characters, who STILL for some reason haven't been confirmed by WB.
Cartoon Network has pulled the cartoon from it's Saturday morning line-up.
Zechs grabs a hearty helping of the newly colored works of the classic TMNT comics from Mirage.
The polls are open!
What led Clayface to become the monster that he is? The answers lie here.
#4 of 6, 'The Cavalier's Attitude'
Want the full scoop on this week's best comics? Well then look no further! Niam has reviews of Superior Spider-Man, Wonder Woman, Zero, Uncanny X-Men and much much more!
Rumor has it that it will be less like Iron Man 3 and more like Avengers.
Many Bouthans blogged to bring us this information.
We lose another of the founders of Filmation.
You done fucked up now, Marvel.
Nowhere Men finally returns from publishing Limbo!
Marvel's one-word teaser format takes a turn toward the macabre in the latest series of poorly photoshopped images.
The new tv spot is making the rounds and you'll see it all over the boob-tube soon enough, but it was so cool I had to go ahead and share it now.
With Williams and W. Haden Blackman's final issue of Batwoman out this week, Williams muses about the plans the pair didn't get to execute.
A normal family dinner on the moon.
The news is making its way around the blogosphere with far more misleading headlines than this one.
The actor, famous for playing tough lawmen in film, has passed away.
The co-publisher of DC will be appearing on tomorrow's episode of the View. Yes, you read that right.