Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans will be replacing Dimension W when that series comes to an end in May.
Sure, we knew that already. But it's now super double-dog official! Oh, just click it!
It's moving to the CW. What? Come on, CW is hardly a "network."
Presumably, they're just working round the clock on solving the pervasive sexual harassment problem and don't have time for anything else. Right? Right??
"There are things within us all, that can never be unleashed." -Vanessa Ives
Drawing influence from giant monster movies, prison stories, and children's cartoons, Kaijumax Season 2 #1 is something entirely new and astoundingly creative.
In this inaugural column, superstar artist Rob Liefeld reviews the hit Marvel movie, Captain America: Civil War!
We're sure we just reported on this a few months ago.
Now geek culture will have another meaningless ceremony to pat itself on the back.
On this episode, Spencer and I discuss Arak, Son of Thunder #3 (Nov 1981). New episodes of Comic Reflections (usually) appear twice each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!
From days of long ago. From uncharted regions of the universe come's a new legend of Voltron. Still loved by good. Still feared by Evil. You're probably reading this in Peter Cullen's voice.
But don't worry, he makes sure to mention he knows Steve Rogers is a fictional character.
Get your motor runnin'. Head out on the highway. Looking for adventure... in whatever comes our way!
The publisher has been hard at work practicing character building techniques.
There's a surprising amount of dog shit in this book. Not too much though, just the right amount of dog shit.
The sequel to Godzilla, inventively titled Godzilla 2, has been pushed back a year to avoid the next Transformers film.
Smith shockingly reveals that he would perform work in exchange for money.
The new franchise is being nicknamed "Captain China."
It's a reprint of an art book by Frank Cho. Does it really need to be reviewed, or are we just after clicks? Click and find out!
The toy/build your own video game line that Disney has been popularizing the last few years is ending next month. Geez! What the hell Disney?
Company That Still Hasn't Responded to Sexual Harassment Problems Reveals New Pages from Gerard Way's Young Animal LineBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on May 10, 2016
DC may not have made a public commitment to provide a safe working environment for all employees, but they do have a new Doom Patrol character and some sweet artwork.
Sabrina the Teenage Witch will guest star in the comic, since another issue of her own is never coming out.
Southern Bastards #14, Jupiter's Circle #26
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Horror novelist Sam Sattin stops by to talk about his comic book horror debut LEGEND, getting adjusted to comic creating, and working with award winning artist Chris Koehler to create a post-Apocalyptic world run by dogs and cats and evil entities.
In which the host of Comic Reflections makes a NSFW guest appearance on a podcast much better than his own.
The next X-Men film will take place in the nineties, according to producer Simon Kinberg.
The polls are open!!!
It'll still be better than the 3Dnado.