Marvel finally admits its been lying to us all along. It feels good to come clean, doesn't it, Marvel?
In a world where wizards look down on the masses from the top of ivory towers, and the commoners live in squalor in the shadows below, what choice does the ungifted have but to steal?
The committee was going for irony with originally four nominations, before realizing they had to nominate it one more time because it blew that badly.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Red Sonja enters a new chapter in her story as volume 3 begins.
The Big Bearded Giant of Comics discusses Injection, sanity, and the inevitable My Little Pony Cinematic Universe, of all things, with us.
I thought this was a done deal after two red-band trailers?
Much like the existence of the comic itself, the date may surprise you.
WIFE: K9 is adorable.
A team of researchers uncovered a comic book called "Secret Wars #9" in multiple retail stores today.
Sad part is, a top five list isn’t even 15% of the possibilities.
President Obama talked about the major issues facing the country in his speech in Washington last night, and laid out a plan for the future.
Starfire #8, GLC: Edge Of Oblivion #1, Earth 2: Society #8, Superman: American Alien #3
Then again, Marvel kills off so many characters, it's hard to keep track.
At this point we're about as confused as you are at how ridiculous this is getting as the sequel to the movie of giant robots vs. giant monsters is still on.
Producers won't answer the actor's phone calls after announcing an appearance of the character Brolin played in the 2010 film.
The project has "lost" its director, according to reports.
Scott Summers deals with his own death as the X-Men from the past continue living in a present they never made.
Marvel has corrected a clerical error that would have accidentally hired Creed singer Scott Stapp instead of Creed director Ryan Coogler.
Mick Rory gets his moment this time.
And no, it won't just be a recounting of the previous night's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ratings! What's wrong with you people?!
UPDATED: Toyman, Indigo, Silver Banshee and Bizarro-Supergirl are announced.
Who is Rey? Squirrel throws out a ridiculous theory. Listen in!
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Justice League of America #110,111, John Carter Warlord of Mars #3,6, Jungle Action #2-4, The Man from UNCLE #6.
Get all of the “do you mean the musician” jokes out of the way now; this isn’t one of those articles.
Kevin Conroy & Mark Hamill Tease Reprising Iconic Roles in 'Batman: The Killing Joke' Animated MovieBy Zechs in News with Benefits on January 11, 2016
The two actors known for being THE voice of Batman and the Joker respectively are teasing on Twitter that they are reprising their iconic roles for the animated movie. Not only that but we know when the movie will premiere plus one other detail!
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.”