The first big announcement from Image Expo!
The winners of the week battle for Moment of the Month!!!
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Yeah, this is rumor-ish. So what? You think this is the Wall Street Journal?
Mother knows the best way to start a series.
The recently conceived child of Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter is already making headlines.
This week on View from the Gutters our topic work is Watchmen, by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. Happy 100th!
A lot of "The Ones..." this week.
What to buy when you're not supporting corporate greed!
The house reportedly has four bedrooms and seven baths. Do most houses have more baths than bedrooms? I want seven baths.
Hey look, it's another Spartacus actor!
No use crying over spilled blood.
*According to the Tapirapé people of central Brazil, a particularly evil demon
Is this Alphabet Guild policy?
I’m still mad about how bad Skyfall was.
James Gunn and Nicole Perlman Nominated for Writers Guild Award for Adapted Screenplay for Guardians of the GalaxyBy GHERU in News with Benefits on January 7, 2015
Is it just me or are there to many “for”s in the headline?
We could tell you the release date of the series in the title, but then you wouldn't have to click on the article.
Twelve Killed Including Four Cartoonists in French Terror Attack on Satirical Magazine Charlie HebdoBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on January 7, 2015
It's a sad day for comics, satire, and the world.
The fan is happy that Marvel is abandoning their strategy of making exciting, unique looking films.
Shrinkage isn't always bad.
Earth 2 #30, Lobo #4, New 52: Futures End #36, Scooby-Doo Team-Up #8, Swamp Thing #38, Green Lantern #38, Green Arrow #38, Action Comics #38, Justice League 3000 #13, Earth 2: World's End #14
We'll get to the bottom of this if you let us get to the bottom of your unique hits!
Marvel Shocker: Soule and McNiven Launch "Uncanny Inhumans: The Search for More Adjectives" in AprilBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on January 6, 2015
That gives McNiven four months to actually draw the book. We hope that's enough time.
Entertainment Weekly holds the magnifying glass over Marvel's New Ant-Man Poster.
The presidential candidate and DC editor will host a summit this week to discuss major issues.
The poster is entirely blank except for the movie logo.
Called Hackers, the show will examine "ripped from the headlines" cyber attacks with real computer hackers.
IDW announced the purchase this morning.
Should there be another question here?
The movie will be released October 7, 2016.
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