Furry pilots take to the skies
The Outhouse has the exxxclusive about Young Skottie's new Marvel hip hop album Baby Raps.
The currency of the United States will never be the same again!!!
Coincidentally, they line up with the leaked pages that hit the web last week. (SPOILERS)
Jim Butcher throws you a bone while you wait for the next novel.
The company will reduce the number of shows it produces as a result of the loss.
Did you know Rob Liefeld created Deadpool? Let Rob Liefeld tell you about it!
Also the poster.
He'll be on his own variant covers and other titles too.
No staff can make this look grow on you, or look any better. But it might drive fans to a giant headache. So win?
Punishingly claustrophobic, addictively intriguing. Dept. H is an instantly engaging deep-sea murder mystery
"But, well, hey--poop happens, right? Pardon the French." --Satan, Hot Damn #1
Covers and available interior pages for Doctor Fate #11, Astro City #34, Poison Ivy: Cycle Of Life And Death #4, Titans Hunt #7
Comic creator Jarret Williams stops by to talk about his new book HYPER FORCE NEO, his chaotic thought process, and creating fun diverse characters.
Previews for East Of West #25, Criminal 10th Anniversary Special, Tokyo Ghost #6
Eight five dollar books, twenty-six Civil War 2 tie-ins, and fifteen banner ads in CBR's copy of the Marvel July 2016 solicitations!
The 2016 nominations have been released, and we're sure we got one!
He'll be the first DCMU member to be familiar with the source material.
The roster of characters has gotten so large, Warner Bros can't even keep track of which ones belong to them.
With corporate ownership comes a shitload more advertisements.
Find out what's shipping from DC Comics in July, then complain about it in the comments!
Another fine creator that is participating in Alternative Free Comics Day!
Review on Douglas' latest work.
Roll call, international posters, and a car ad.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Superman #262,266,270, For Lovers Only #67.
Trevorrow still involved but not directing.
Agrees with Lawrence Kasdan's description of it.
After five months: the mystery of VARGR revealed!
Jim Lee finally comes through on a commission.
"It's a prison for giant monsters, about as simple as you can get."