The most important news about Fantastic Beasts you'll read in the next five minutes!
Cumberbatch is in Nepal filming for the upcoming Doctor Strange movie.
Spider-Man will hit stores in February, it seems.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Had enough of the Big Two? Let's go to the other side, the Indie Comic side!
The winners of the week battle for Moment of the Month!!!
Another character from the comics runs to the small screen
Looks like Peggy will have yet another foe…
Comic Reflections #231: Cap vs Batroc! Super Adaptoid! Swordsman! Power Man! (No, not that one) and the Red Skull! (Maybe you've heard of him?)By Nicholas Prom in Podcasts on November 5, 2015
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss the Captain America stories from Tales of Suspense #83-90. Comic Reflections appears three times each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!
Current showrunner exits.
In which a class of eighth graders teach all of us a lesson about the Wonder Woman lunch box controversy.
No, there's no Luke Skywalker character poster.
If you have a Facebook or Twitter feed, we advise seeking shelter immediately.
Lee will engage in two straight hours of activity, the most since his Batman: Hush run in 2003.
If hearts and retweets were ratings, SHIELD would be number one!
Santa, soldiers, and social media.
This week the guys from Super Hero Speak sit down with Eric Dean Seaton
The endangered male gaze will be choked and tossed into a sarlacc pit, according to the latest rumors!
Also meet the bad guy this time around.
Previews for Rasputin #10, Citizen Jack #1, Lazarus #20
The “Grand Old Party” is asking each site to provide their Top Ten inoffensive questions for review.
Roundtable interview with some highly regarded individuals in independent comics.
Former Charlie Hebdo staffer details a childhood in the Middle East.
The former Fort Knox Guard has installed a variety of security measures including laser beams, attack dogs, and even a moat to prevent aspiring creators from breaking in.
Did Ash vs Evil Dead live up to your expectations? It did ours. Listen in!
This week on View from the Gutters our topic work is Journey into Mystery: Fear Itself, Vol. 1 & 2, by Kieron Gillen, Dougie Braithwaite, and other illustrators.
Batman & Robin Eternal #5, Green Arrow #46, Bat-Mite #6, Harley Quinn And Power Girl #5
We're pretty sure we've done our research on this one.
Just so you don't get caught by surprise.