Join us as we explore a world where Civil War just kept going on and on... and on...
Hawkeye 22 is actually out. For real.
Barely new, barely different might be more apt.
You backed the Kickstarter. You're buying the comics. You love The Outhouse. You are getting sleepy. Verrry sleeeeepy. Crap, we were supposed to do that part first.
This week the guys sit down with Rusty Gilligan
DC reveals that they know nothing about what makes their characters popular. Expect Superman and Batman to be killing soon.
And she's actually excited about it?
Maybe? Hard to tell. Might feature VR.
Zdarsky feels writers don't get their due and demands that Matt Fraction be awarded to his nomination for Sex Criminals.
The Batman v. Superman actor compared his recent comic con experience to genocide, causing an uproar on the internet.
The comic that sells itself based on the title alone! Interviewing independent creator, Jave Galt-Miller on this madness! (For Mature Audiences)
Featuring the return of rapping Joe Quesada and Axel Alonso.
All just to make me a Rumplestiltskin figure.
Fox has taken a different approach to the various trailers leaked from SDCC; in releasing the trailer to a movie no one wants to see. You have only yourselves to blame for this.
Until then, she will be Schrodinger's Jennifer Lawrence.
Comments on SDCC trailers and THE TOMORROWS #1.
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EXXXCLUSIVE!!! Ant-Man and Gordon Gekko team up to take down Wall Street!! Suck it, other comic book sites! We scooped your sorry asses!!
Zechs Raids G-Fest Again. Yes, he chose this over SDCC. He loves the Kaiju-Genre that much.
Now that SDCC is over, previews are gradually coming in.
This week on View from the Gutters our topic work is Nimona, by Noelle Stevenson.
The walking not-quite-dead.
Well they are. In November.
The version that's official and won't get pulled down again, and again.
According to reports from Farinas on Twitter, Pires had to be held back for over an hour.
Hopefully Fox doesn't get too butthurt about it.
The eighties British cartoon revival just added some star power!
There’s really no excuse.
Previews for a selection of this week's titles.
And the Eisner for most smarmy, self-righteous article of the year goes to Deadline!