Dan Didio told John Romita Jr. to straighten Superman's nose - "not every character is an Italian."
If this were the nineties, this would definitely be turned into an angle.
Ouch. That's gotta hurt.
An interview with Tom Spellman on his insane creation, "Year of the Goat", with the release of issue #2, now on Kickstarter!
The director blamed Fox for ruining the movie.
Bringing you a brand new segment from yours truly. Put some more Indie in your life!
You'll never sleep again after this first issue of John Flood. Find out why!
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!!!
The four volume hardcover aims to teach future leaders about the impact of nuclear weapons.
Check out what's coming from the Eisner Award winning publisher this fall!
Not since the culturally insensitive redesign of Rai’s costume by Valiant has the normally geek-friendly nation of Japan been this upset.
If you let me write this review and endure to it's full potential, I'll let you have two pizzas with stuffed crust. STUFFED CRUST.
Will it be a mind-trip?
Catch this 10-issue monkey-series while you can.
Or are we past five and gone higher than that now? Anyway, new Blu-Ray versions for the Star Wars movies. Yes, we all know what the true question on everyone's minds: WILL THEY BE THE ORIGINAL EDITIONS?!
Lonsdale joins the cast of the best superhero show on television.
You can't beat the price of FREE for this latest #1 issue from Double Take's Ultimate Night of the Living Dead line.
Comic Reflections is on summer hiatus. Please enjoy this ‘classic’ episode from our archives. On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Action Comics #419,420,422,427,431,445,450,454,455,Amazing Spider-Man #139,172,258, the Avengers #19,75.
Surely you've got to be a fan of at least one of those genres!
The classic team-up of Lee and Ditko reunite to bring you a reprint of Mr. A #4!
Guess they don't need to call the X-Men or FF this time…
That's certainly what it looks like in these preview images (trigger warning if true?).
Tensions were high yesterday as creators clashed over how to deal with the lack of diversity in mainstream comics.
Tipper Gore, issue fours, and Transfor(mers).
Weesa think that's a poor trade-off.
Frank Darabont gesturing that AMC will be, in fact, losers.
Calmixx Returns to Super Hero Speak
After reviews for Fantastic Four starting coming out, Fox tries to save face.