The young princess will be “learning to be a leader.”
Previews for two BOOM! Studios titles on sale this week.
EXXXCLUSIVE: You'll Wish for a "Chorus of Silence" When You Hear What May Be Nathan Edmondson's Musical MasterpieceBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on January 11, 2016
The Outhouse presents the worldwide debut of the single "Jake," apparently by controversial writer Nathan Edmondson.
Co-publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee reportedly told Warner Brothers executives that they had “a system.”
On this week's show we read and discuss the Sci-fi/Superhero Police Procedural by Alan Moore, Gene Ha, and Zander Cannon.
The writer / directory / Greg Land body “reference” / creator was heard to say “definitely before Image United #4.”
The polls are open!!!
The actor best known as the Tall Man in the Phantasm franchise has passed away at the age of 89.
Apparently it's following the standard super-mega-crossover event template.
With a new year comes a new goal.
Previews for All-New X-Men #3, Extraordinary X-Men #5, Scarlet Witch #2, Squadron Supreme #3.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Justice League of America #57,92,94,98,102,106, Iron Man Annual #2, Iron Man #40,42,43,157.
The unsealed deposition claims "crisis-level problems".
Will the Bizarre Blood Feud Between Marvel Execs Block Inhumans and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Crossover Potential?By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on January 8, 2016
S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Clark Gregg doesn't expect a big crossover between the two properties.
NBC takes a do-over with DC Comics shows.
The man who went on a social media rampage about a Star Wars character being a "Mary Sue" will adapt Douglas Adams' novels for television.
Like Making a Murderer, it was filmed over the course of ten years.
It's hard to believe, but it's apparently true.
One student has been causing trouble for teacher Scott Snyder as DC attempts to groom its next crop of writers.
We told you this would happen.
At this point Marvel Studios is just picking on DC.
Graphic novelist Igor Baranko stops by to talk about Shamanism, a fantasy sci-fi tale following a reality where America was never invaded by Europeans, the intensive research needed, and his art process!
Regardless of being born in the 80's or being able to honestly use the phrase "scout's honor", this should be an essential part of your pull list.
Slide, glide, slippity-slide
You get the picture.
The star of Netflix's "Making a Murderer" is reportedly responsible for the show's cancellation.
The man behind the Will/Jayden Smith sci-fi affair is taking his "talents" to television.
The final result of this week's controversy is yet another condescending response from the festival.
We're somewhat ashamed that we fell so deep down this rabbit hole.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?