Top Shelf is Pretty Proud of The Underwater Welder, August Moon, and Their Upcoming Digital ReleasesBy Royal Nonesuch in News with Benefits on August 6, 2012
Read up on the praise for The Underwater Welder (just not ours), please the upcoming August Moon and some news for Top Shelf's digital store!
Guest-starring Batwoman !
Who's Marvel's good little (alleged) lackey...?
"To The Grave"
Alphas co-stars Malik Yoba and Erin Way talk about tonight's fight club episode and introducing Kat.
In an interview with Marvel.com, Kieron Gillen reveals some details about his upcoming Marvel NOW! Iron Man book!
It's true. White Kryptonians can't dance !
Nope, it's just a very bearded version of Hugh Jackman.
Does Blud Blood become the latest member of Batman Incorporated? No, but let's save that idea for another time.
Nickelodeon is advertising a one-hour premiere event for its new TMNT cartoon. It's all downhill from there.
Yeah, we're not proud of that headline. Dark Knight Rises held the top spot at the box office for the third week in a row.
In this brand new episode of This Just In - Superstar Artist Rob Liefeld Returns to Bloodstrike!. So this is our first crack at a new webcomic, with the intention of doing it daily. It was Jon's idea to create this television news show strip where Anarkid and Doctor Baby, two characters he had been planning to use for another concept (Jon has a lot of concepts), would spout off some quick lines about the latest news in the comics and geek world. This would be a good way to cover the sort of stuff that maybe we wouldn't have enough time or material to write a long article on, and it would be a never-ending source of material for jokes. Jon and I had also talked in the past about doing a "modular" webcomic, where the set and the characters would be drawn ahead of time and they would just be placed in photoshop to create the strips, thereby making it so someone with no talent (like me) could put together a strip without requiring someone with talent (like Jon) to spend hours drawing it each week. Last year, Jon drew some pieces like that for a webcomic Jeremy Shane was doing called Geek Readers. Super uses a similar concept for the set of Just a Little More Blood, though the characters are drawn fresh each strip. So all of this kind of came together into this strip. Jon, being the obsessive compulsive that he is, after trying to motivate other people to join him for a few weeks on skype, but failing because we are all lazy, just went ahead and did 99% of it himself: the set, the characters, and two finished strips, and when I saw the results, I knew I had to ride those coat tails, so I put some finishing touches on it like the newsticker at the bottom. Yes, that's my sole contribution. A newsticker. We're hoping to get some other people to jump on the bandwagon as well, so you may see those written and produced by credits up at the top right grow in the next few weeks. As we're hoping to produce one of these each day, it will require more people writing and preferably more people putting the strips together in photoshop, so we hope this can be a nice collaborative effort that eventually Jon can sell the movie rights for and keep most of the money, since he's got that sweet creator credit at the top of the page! They'll be paying me royalties for my newsticker though! A genius idea that is totally essential to the concept! Really! This is probably the longest of these things I've ever written, mostly because SuperginraiX is stubbornly refusing to answer my skypes, which means I only have a black and white version of Just a Little More Blud to post, so that may have to wait until morning. Likely, he just doesn't want to color me in a giant penis costume, which is fair I suppose. Anyway, I hope you enjoy this, and I hope we have the stamina to keep it going. You won't see this until morning, at which point I am hoping all the automatic thingamabobs I set up autopost it on the Outhouse correctly. If not, I will wake up to all kinds of chaos and angry Facebook posts and shit. -Jude Terror - 11PM in San Francisco Read This Just In at The OuthouseOriginally Published at http://thisjustin.theouthousers.com/?id=1
Skyler White is a prisoner, but she has an escape plan. It's just not a very good plan.
"Tellus .. you've been keeping secrets. I cannot wait to spring these nasty little surprises on your teammates"
DC's Senior Vice President of Sales Bob Wayne and Vice President of Marketing John Cunningham were happy to point out the success its company continues to experience since it reboot last year.
Live from an undisclosed location mere hours away from London, it's a completely unofficial and unsanctioned Olympic TWiP Special! Except it's got nothing to do with the Olympics at all, it's about comics. Although I think some of the athletes may have been dosed with some of that Mutant Growth Hormone if ya know what I mean.
Rather than give the usual "big plans", Nightwing writer Kyle Higgins gave an actual honest answer to the fan favorite character's future in DC.
Marvel NOW! Extends it's teaser lineup featuring another title; this time featuring Fraction and Allred.
Paul Dini, writer of Batman: Arkham Asylum and it's sequel Batman: Arkham City, will not be coming back for another round with its prequel.
The indie smash hit's victory in the month of July has been tainted by accusations of cheating and illegal doping.
Neil Gaiman is writing a new adult novel, and no matter how good it is, fanboys will think it's better.
A great action-adventure zombie story by comic book legend Gilbert Hernandez takes us into corporate corruption (and zombies).
Written by Simon Spurrier with art by Tan Eng Huat
Something witty and funny about Captain America being a facist mutant-hater.
Fraction will be teaming up with Mark Bagley and Mike Allred to work on two new family titles.
At N.I.C.E., the Northants International Comics Expo in the UK in September, legendary wizard and comic book creator Alan Moore will finally come out of hiding.
Damnit Jim! McCoy is hired to do a rewrite for the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy movie.
On this episode of the podcast, Scott Lobdell offered to come back on and answer fan questions from theouthousers.
Producer Bryan Singer confirms the title for the X-Men: First Class sequel as "Days of Future Past"
On the Twitter today, superstar artist Rob Liefeld called every writer and artist to ever work on Deadpool "D-List talent."