Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
DC Finally Admits They Plan Their Comics By Playing With Action Figures, Announces He-Man/Thundercats CrossoverBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on July 8, 2016
We knew it! We god damn knew it!
But it still might not be Tony Stark. PLUS! An interview with a high-ranking Marvel executive! Clickity click!
Everyone who is Thor will still be Thor, but now there will be one more.
Is it any wonder how Rich knows everything if he has the power of the Clinton machine behind him.
A compelling tale of the storyteller becoming the story.
Dan Slott is on Twitter taking full responsibility for... bwahaha no he's being his usual charming self.
Shockingly, it looks just like the regular Iron Man costume.
It's the 47th most important Marvel Comics event of the year. Well, of last year, technically.
On this episode of the podcast Eric heads to MASSive comic con and gets to meet one of his favorite voice actors and all around awesome people, Steve Blum.
In a major upset, the Valiant Entertainment comic book has taken a massive lead in the U.S. presidential race.
The comics were announced prior to San Diego Comic Con so that people might actually pay attention to BOOM! Studios.
It's time for a heart to heart, dear readers.
Better late than never.
... and then read it again the day after. And keep reading it until it starts making sense.
The sleazy mainstream comic book industry will provide the slime required for the show's physical challenges.
Marvel spoils Civil War in an attempt to get some mainstream press attention for making Iron Man a black woman (written by a white guy).
Like a Madness song, Miller is taking coloring books one step beyond.
This week we talk about an old(ish) movie and some new comics. Listen in!
So someone released an alternate version of the trailer redone in the original coloring style of the graphic novel. The results are actually quite fascinating.
KFC keeps up their bizarre partnership with DC.
It's the way all the best comics are created - with bell curves.
As they adapt The Warriors for Hulu.
Superman #2, Batman #2, Superman: Coming Of The Supermen #6, Future Quest #2, Aquaman #2.
We've got an EXXXCLUSIVE interview to find out all the deets on this hot new project.
The publisher with 1% market share has more than 35% of the total nominations.
One begins, the other is slated to end.
On this week's show we read and discuss Superman: American Alien, by Max Landis and a host of artists. This series explores Clark Kent and his development into the archetypal hero he will eventually become.
And you thought that your first Drivers Test was difficult.
You didn't see this coming? We didn't either.