Three covers and six interior pages for this month's somewhat innappropriate and completely crazy-fun new issue.
Previews for two of Wednesday's new Marvel Comics titles.
Episode two of this podcast, covering the 1985-1987 series chronicling the history of the Marvel Universe.
The new Spider-Man animated series appears to be just like the previous one with Spider-Man being joined by two other web-heads and oh yeah Venom's gonna be a featured villain again.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Joe Casey is going in a new direction.
Probably for most characters taken credit for.
Growing up is hard. Add in mythical creatures, and it's extraordinary!
A clever trick allows for some literary analysis of the main characters.
Some naughty, some nice, and a couple of lumps of coal.
Original solicits have the book out December 14.
Don't expect him back on the show any time soon.
What an exciting year it was!
Known in Japan by its superior name Akumajō Dracula.
There's a reason zombie movies end.
Just one awful crossover after another.
I'm expecting at least four Comic Book Dot Com articles about this news.
Depending who you ask.
Ariel Olivetti brings a realistic touch to the HannaBarbera-verse.
How is this the strangest news of the day?
The Flash #13, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #11, Sixpack And Dogwelder: Hard-Travelin' Heroz #5.
It's clearly a slow news day.
Well given how much today has sucked, here's clip of an animatic from Season 3 of the show.
Does this mean the clickbait about Capaldi leaving the show will stop?
Because nothing pays Jim Viscardi's bills better than a tragedy.
Slightly being the keyword.
The actress suffered a heart attack on Friday.
The polls are open!!!
Previews for two Dynamite titles on sale December 28.