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Green Wake #6 Preview

Green Wake #6 Preview

By GLX in Previews on October 25, 2011

Check out this preview for Green Wake #6, which hits stores tomorrow.

Guarding the Globe #6 Preview

Guarding the Globe #6 Preview

By GLX in Previews on October 25, 2011

Check out this preview for Guarding the Globe #6, which hits stores tomorrow.

The Li'l Depressed Boy #7 Preview

The Li'l Depressed Boy #7 Preview

By GLX in Previews on October 25, 2011

Check out this preview for The Li'l Depressed Boy #7, which comes out tomorrow.

A Charles Soule Q&A

A Charles Soule Q&A

By Christian Hoffer in Features on October 25, 2011

Charles Soule held a question and answer session last Friday at /r/comicbooks.  Take a look at some of his responses!

The Red Wing #4 Preview

The Red Wing #4 Preview

By GLX in Previews on October 25, 2011

Check out this preview for The Red Wing #4, which hits stores tomorrow.

The Vault #3 Preview

The Vault #3 Preview

By GLX in Previews on October 25, 2011

Check out this preview for The Vault #3, which hits stores tomorrow.

intellectualminds: superman vs. goku

intellectualminds: superman vs. goku

By xaraan in Blog on October 25, 2011

intellectualminds: superman vs. goku Authors: xaraanRead more http://theouthouseblog.tumblr.com/post/11915984312

Vescell #3 Preview

Vescell #3 Preview

By GLX in Previews on October 25, 2011

Check out this preview for Vescell #3, which hits stores tomorrow.

Tales of Mr. Rhee: Chapter 7 - Part 3

Tales of Mr. Rhee: Chapter 7 - Part 3

By BKThomson aka Brad Thomson in Webcomics on October 25, 2011

Sweet Charity

Review: Green Wake #6

Review: Green Wake #6

By GregDAE in Reviews on October 25, 2011

The return of Green Wake! But does the new issue hold up to the strength of previous issues?

Our staffer GHERU’s “RU”views.  This vid he...

Our staffer GHERU’s “RU”views.  This vid he...

By xaraan in Blog on October 24, 2011

Our staffer GHERU’s “RU”views.  This vid he covers the top three and bottom three books with “Sh*t you should, and should not; be reading”Authors: xaraanRead more http://theouthouseblog.tumblr.com/post/11884546451

Outhouse Roundtable: At The End...

Outhouse Roundtable: At The End...

By Royal Nonesuch in Features on October 24, 2011

The Nerds of the Roundtable can be a bunch of vicious jerks who take great joy in the deaths of characters.  Here are some of their favorite death scenes!

RUviews: Sh*t You Should(n't) Be Reading

RUviews: Sh*t You Should(n't) Be Reading

By GHERU in Columns on October 24, 2011

Hello there Internet People, it's been a while but your good buddy, RU, is back to help you with your comics' decision-making process.

One of the OH posters has an X-Men Gender Swap thread where he...

One of the OH posters has an X-Men Gender Swap thread where he...

By xaraan in Blog on October 24, 2011

One of the OH posters has an X-Men Gender Swap thread where he is putting up some computer renders of characters.  I really like this Female Havok concept myself, but there are a lot of cool ideas in the thread.  Click the pic to check it out.Authors: xaraanRead more http://theouthouseblog.tumblr.com/post/11881560992

Marvel First Looks: New Mutants #34

Marvel First Looks: New Mutants #34

By SuperginraiX in Previews on October 24, 2011

Marvel gives us a First Look Preview of New Mutants #34... featuring Blink!

Colossal Collection of Action Poses Review

Colossal Collection of Action Poses Review

By Jeff Haas, Outhouse Contributor in Reviews on October 24, 2011

Looking for a photo reference book to help strengthen your skills as an artist?  Then check this review of Colossal Collection of Action Poses!

Marvel First Looks: Avengers Origins: Scarlet Witch & Quicksilver #1

Marvel First Looks: Avengers Origins: Scarlet Witch & Quicksilver #1

By SuperginraiX in Previews on October 24, 2011

Marvel sends us this First Look Preview for your entertainment!

Outhouse Pirate Podcast episode 74

Outhouse Pirate Podcast episode 74

By loltron in Podcasts on October 24, 2011

The Outhouse Pirate Podcast talks comics, video games, movies, tv and more.  Listen here or download free on iTunes!

The new edition of “What Outhousers are saying about...

The new edition of “What Outhousers are saying about...

By xaraan in Blog on October 24, 2011

The new edition of “What Outhousers are saying about Comics” is out (for comics on 10/19).Authors: xaraanRead more http://theouthouseblog.tumblr.com/post/11869873317

The Outhouse Pirate Podcast - Ep. 85

The Outhouse Pirate Podcast - Ep. 85

By xaraan in Blog on October 24, 2011

Join us for the Live Outhouse Pirate Podcast Sunday nights at 9:30 PM ET at the following link http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/84036 and if you miss it you can download the show for FREE on Bludcast Radio on Itunes! http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/bludcast-radio-the-official/id340111408 This week’s show we talked about Video games Batman Arkham City, X-Men Destiny, Spider-Man: Edge of Time. For TV the Walking Dead Season 2, Young Justice, and the new shows that are hot, cancelled or soon to be. We also talk about COMIC BOOKS! The end of Fear It Self, Spider-Island, and the Marvel Books that got canceled. We cap the show off with The Marvel Layoff controversy, but not before I sneak in a review for the newish Kevin Smith movie Red State!Authors: xaraanRead more http://theouthouseblog.tumblr.com/post/11869507423

One Book, Two Book, Red Book, Blue Book: Avengers #18 vs. Batman #2

One Book, Two Book, Red Book, Blue Book: Avengers #18 vs. Batman #2

By Veggieleezy, Outhouse Contributor in Reviews on October 24, 2011

It's a clash of the titans as Avengers faces off with Batman.  Which book will emerge victorious?

Starlord: Top to Bottom for 10/19/11

Starlord: Top to Bottom for 10/19/11

By Brian Burchette in Reviews on October 24, 2011

A random seven were drawn and I'm happy to say there were better than not this week. Also keep reading these reviews for your chance to win a little extra cash for the holidays!

What Outhousers are saying about Comics 4

What Outhousers are saying about Comics 4

By Jeremy Shane in Features on October 24, 2011

Quotes from comic readers about the latest comics hitting the shelves.Feel free to join in our discussions every week in the Newstand or even add your own thoughts on the books here!

Dark City

Dark City

By David Bird in Blog on October 24, 2011

Dark City (1998)Directed by Alex Proyas, Starring Rufus Sewell, Kiefer Sutherland, and Jennifer ConnellyI hadn’t watched Dark City in many years, when I decided to pop it in this week, and I wondered first of all if I would still in enjoy it as much as I once did. The film has had a devoted following amongst science fiction and fantasy fans since its release, though it wasn’t a box office success at the time (in spite of generally positive reviews). I had picked it up on VHS, but never upgraded my copy to DVD or Blu-ray (I rented a DVD copy).The opening narration spills all the secrets: the Strangers are a dying race and studying us because they believe we may hold the key to their continued existence. John Murdoch wakes up in a hotel bath tub to find out he has no memories and that there is the body of a dead, carved up prostitute on the floor beside the bed. Fleeing the scene he is stopped by the clerk who tells him that the automat has called. He’s left his wallet there. The wallet leads him to his home, a wife who’s cheated on him, and a psychiatrist who’s been helping him deal with the breakdown of his marriage. If he’s off to a bad start, it only gets worse as he discovers strange powers and encounters the Strangers themselves, all while trying to figure out who he is and how to elude the police.It’s at these times that the movie is strongest. Proyas has assembled a strong cast and the story works best when puzzling over koans like, how do you get to Shell Beach? But in the second half of the movie story development is given over to a series of chase and fight scenes (which largely translates into people staring really hard at each other) and it just isn’t as interesting. It rests on atmosphere and set design, which become somewhat repetitive after a while. I mean, how many noir-ishly lit streets does one need? In the end Sutherland’s character comes up with an impressive way to save the day, but it’s used to generate a conventional comic book ending (read: principle characters hitting one another).A good movie if you’re looking for something different, or want to entertain a SF fan (though they’ve probably already seen it); but it’s an uneven film.NOTE: This film shares with The Matrix the ideas that the world isn’t what it seems and that we’re being controlled by malevolent forces. Dark City was released first, thirteen months before the Wachowski Brothers film.Originally Pubished at: David Bird

Dark City

Dark City

By David Bird in Blog on October 24, 2011

Dark City (1998)Directed by Alex Proyas, Starring Rufus Sewell, Kiefer Sutherland, and Jennifer ConnellyI hadn’t watched Dark City in many years, when I decided to pop it in this week, and I wondered first of all if I would still in enjoy it as much as I once did. The film has had a devoted following amongst science fiction and fantasy fans since its release, though it wasn’t a box office success at the time (in spite of generally positive reviews). I had picked it up on VHS, but never upgraded my copy to DVD or Blu-ray (I rented a DVD copy).The opening narration spills all the secrets: the Strangers are a dying race and studying us because they believe we may hold the key to their continued existence. John Murdoch wakes up in a hotel bath tub to find out he has no memories and that there is the body of a dead, carved up prostitute on the floor beside the bed. Fleeing the scene he is stopped by the clerk who tells him that the automat has called. He’s left his wallet there. The wallet leads him to his home, a wife who’s cheated on him, and a psychiatrist who’s been helping him deal with the breakdown of his marriage. If he’s off to a bad start, it only gets worse as he discovers strange powers and encounters the Strangers themselves, all while trying to figure out who he is and how to elude the police.It’s at these times that the movie is strongest. Proyas has assembled a strong cast and the story works best when puzzling over koans like, how do you get to Shell Beach? But in the second half of the movie story development is given over to a series of chase and fight scenes (which largely translates into people staring really hard at each other) and it just isn’t as interesting. It rests on atmosphere and set design, which become somewhat repetitive after a while. I mean, how many noir-ishly lit streets does one need? In the end Sutherland’s character comes up with an impressive way to save the day, but it’s used to generate a conventional comic book ending (read: principle characters hitting one another).A good movie if you’re looking for something different, or want to entertain a SF fan (though they’ve probably already seen it); but it’s an uneven film.NOTE: This film shares with The Matrix the ideas that the world isn’t what it seems and that we’re being controlled by malevolent forces. Dark City was released first, thirteen months before the Wachowski Brothers film.Originally Pubished at: David Bird

The Nerd Boner Alert: Things That Would Amuse Me if They Happened in the Avengers Movie

The Nerd Boner Alert: Things That Would Amuse Me if They Happened in the Avengers Movie

By Katie Hutchison, Outhouse Contributor in Features on October 24, 2011

Katie Hutchison lists what she wants to see happen in the new Avengers movie in the latest installment of Nerd Boner Alert!

The Walking Dead Season 2:

The Walking Dead Season 2: "Bloodletting"

By Royal Nonesuch in Reviews on October 24, 2011

As Carl lies dying, it looks like our intrepid band of survivors will be growing in number.

The Sunday Slammer!

The Sunday Slammer!

By J.M. Hunter in Webcomics on October 24, 2011

{hide_in_full_view}Annnnd we are back! Back with 31 Days/Weeks (who's counting), of Halloween!!!{/hide_in_full_view}

Nightfly's TV Week in Review 10/16/11 - Supernatural, 2 Broke Girls, and more!

Nightfly's TV Week in Review 10/16/11 - Supernatural, 2 Broke Girls, and more!

By Nightfly in Features on October 23, 2011

Nightfly lists his preferred picks from the previous week of primetime TV and the world of entertainment.

Marvel's Fear Itself Mega-Event reading

Marvel's Fear Itself Mega-Event reading

By xaraan in Blog on October 24, 2011

One of the most awesome columns at the Outhouse is Super Reads.  The guy reads all the giant crossovers, every book and breaks it down for you each week so that you don’t have to.  Now that Fear Itself has wrapped up, if you want to fill in the blanks or catch up on the whole story before the trade lands start right here: Super Reads 138 Follow the column week by week as he reads all the crossovers: Super Reads Column It was a huge undertaking as you can see, ending at Super Reads 163. It’s a lot cheaper than reading every single Fear Itself book marvel put out and probably less time consuming and from what I can tell you, more enjoyable.  I’m pretty sure by the end of most of these the writer is borderline insane so hopefully he catches his breath again before Marvel gets going with this “Point” thing they talked about at NYCC. He also puts these little scenes in them to break up the long reads, I’m pretty sure he’s changed the speech bubbles in them.  No way are they really this entertaining.Authors: xaraanRead more http://theouthouseblog.tumblr.com/post/11844667924

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