Make sure you sweep all those little pieces of paper up too.
Ms. Marvel, Nova, Miles Morales, and Hulk have had enough of this shit... how about you?
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
The answer may shock you.
Scary Cleve has a chat with the filthiest, most diabolical writer in mainstream comics about her equally twisted Vertigo series.
Scary Cleve interviews Brian Azzarello, master of crime comics and facial hair.
Marvel just can't stop killing off its characters for shock value and short term sales boosts.
Squeaking this one in right before the end of Pride Month!
As if it wasn't wrecked enough…
I know which payment plan I’d chose.
The teaser exactly mimics the tile pattern the man has had in his shower since 1997.
We're happy to do the job for him!
In the new films, Mace Windu survives his fall and goes on to have an amazing Jedi career.
Brandon Routh wants to appear on all of CW's superhero shows next season.
Whole Foods, Gelato, and the announcement of Rob's newest and perhaps most extreme project to date!
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Iron Man #24,37. New episodes of Comic Reflections (usually) appear twice each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!
Mostly centering around a truck.
While it's not a perfect finale for an arc, Jem hits the high notes where it counts.
The show will attempt to set the world record for lowest ratings of a network television premiere.
Divergent star in early negotiations
Brought to you in glorious stilted animation!
Luke Cage will debut at San Diego Comic Con.
Turns out it was just mind control after all, despite Marvel's claims that it wasn't. (SPOILERS)
According to Mark Waid, the company's investors have started demanding creators sign over rights to the subscription digital comics service.
Ant-Man's status, Wasp's role, and comic inspiration.
The movie's take on the classic character.
There's a new roster picture making the rounds, and it hints at how obscure the show will get with which DC Heroes will be in it besides the Trinity.
Nexus Returns and New Creators are Born in Dare2Draw's First Mentorship Anthology
The director of Drive, and, currently in theaters, the Neon Demon, confessed that he still wants to direct a female DC Super Hero, even name-checking Batgirl.
Because deep down we all want to hear that glorious theme by Jerry Goldsmith and see these little creatures troll the living hell out of people on the big screen again.