The crossover you never asked for now comes with lenticular covers!
Indie publisher Source Point Press paid a perfect homage to the TV series.
Regarding the timing, Marvel said, "Close enough."
Check them out before Pitchfork does.
Park Jung-hyun claimed his wife committed suicide.
On this episode, Spencer and I discuss Green Lantern #4 & 5.
The film is being called Lethal Weapon in space.
I'm on the fence about this one. Let's see what you think.
Yellow Lantern Rings! WCW Stars! Talk Shows! Punching! Smackdown Live!
Interesting that Broderick is the main character.
It's a drama following parents of mutant children.
You've always wanted Bloodshot leggings, right?
The actor previously played Bolivar Trask in X-Men: Days of Future Past.
It's Ares, which in French is Ares.
A bright, fun, and colorful clash of champions with a pace that could leave The Flash in the dust.
Seriously, what time is it? There's a lot of time travel shenanigans in this issue.
Bendis said, "Oh, there's a tv show happening?"
Harrelson is also apparently good at ping pong.
Perlmutter is set to advise on Veteran's Affairs.
This week on RAW, we get 1.5 title matches, performance reviews and the returns of HB and The Undertaker! (no, this is not an episode from 1996).
It's the first of 27 parts!
81 stars weren't enough.
And everyone gave a collective sigh of relief.
Five preview pages and more updated uses of their Silver Age superhero personas.
First lesson is proper hashtag usage.
A 3-page preview for this month's new issue. And check out Latour's generous gift to help out with online harassment.
It's Ayesha, also known as Kismet.
It's about time.
Consider this your trigger warning!
Anything's a better alternative to clones!