"We're pretty sure Henry Cavill is bulletproof." says WB exec.
Creators are protesting against an alleged bias held by many comic commentators.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Hell just got a bit colder, folks. We're sticking up for DC.
On this week's episode of View from the Gutters the topic is 1602, by Neil Gaiman.
Amoebas went through quite a bit of logic to come up with this week's pick: All Star Western #23
Rosalind Morehead is looking forward to never responding to emails from The Outhouse and acting like we don't exist.
The new storefront will allow customers to ditch analog comics from the comfort of their local comic shop!
In soviet Russia, rumor start you!
Matt Johnson discusses whether comic stores selling toys and games are good or bad for the industry.
'The Butcher's Bill'
And making a $75 million dollar broadway play about Spider-Man with music by Bono and the Edge that costs over a million dollars a week to run seemed like such a solid plan...
Guest starring Batman !
Normally we'd make a bunch of jokes to try to spruce this up, but Syfy's programming is absurd enough on its own merits.
For one man who missed the last 14 years of video game progress, the chunky graphics in the new Turtles game are mindblowing.
Previously, you had to work for CBR or Newsarama and write approved fluff pieces and five star reviews for this kind of treatment!
The Million Dollar Solo Debut Of Bat-Cow
Wolverine XXX ditches the porn parody concept and is basically just a regular portrayal of Wolverine, just like in today's Marvel Comics.
The Outhouse has received EXXXCLUSIVE information about the new character (read: we completely made this up).
Image Comics presents 'FAMILY', part ThreeForever
FLASH BACK !
Armed with only a fist, a keyring, and a karate expert sidekick, the DC Comics writer stopped an assault and saved the day.
There's not much more information, so we'll just shamelessly mention Miley Cyrus a bunch of times and hope it gets a lot of hits.
PSI WAR, part 1
El Presidente reports on more minutiae about a movie that's two years away.
If Todd McFarlane announces a new Spawn movie to begin filming next year, but nobody cares, will it make a sound?
Dark Horse released a teaser that may bring the tortured fans of Firefly a year or so of respite from their decade of suffering.
'Of Gods And Butlers'