The actor famous for so many roles passed away at the age of 77.
Or as he calls it, Hatebook.
He co-wrote We Can Never Go Home.
They're still only publishing four books a month though.
The series is now delayed by four months.
Because technically I've still been writing for the site.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
In an attempt to force comics to blend in with socially acceptable formats, graphic novels (et. al) will now be counted as part of the literary genre’s they best fit into.
Just say Noir.
"Drumroll please, for Speedball--the trademark-trashing, bouncing boy wonder!!"
All we're certain of is that their hair will be amazing. Especially Thor's.
When reached for comment the New York Times said “Is 15,000 copies of an issue really something to brag about?"
GLX has some thoughts on Thunderbolts Vol. 1: There is No High Road.
The Royal Rumble is upon us! If you're a betting person, you can use these bold and 100% guaranteed to come true predictions to line your pockets with sweet cheddah!
We know the truth about Lan Diep.
Is there a wedding on the horizon?
He's directed four of the six X-Men films.
Marvel has finally adopted DC's strategy in also having bi-weekly comics. But boy is there a price for it!
Gorgeous art carries a well-crafted one-off.
The guide will help fans sort through all of Marvel's constant renumberings.
It could go as high as 10%.
A fan-beloved hero lives long enough to become the villain!
During an interview at the Sundance Film Festival, the co-creator of the show manned up and blames himself for the delay citing "creative complications".
Check out this first look at the 6-issue mini-series.
A five page preview for the second issue of the IDW/DC Comics collaboration.
I'm just gonna reopen a very old wound, and spoil this. It was nice knowing you all.
Sanchez is the pterodactyl-like singer of Coheed and Cambria.
Turok, Solar, Magnus, and Doctor Spektor are back, but did anyone notice they were missing?
Starlin created KGBeast, Thanos, Gamora, and Drax.