I dove head first into this convention: with my own table (for the first time), a wild journey, catching up with old friends, talking with new creators, and taking in a few quickie interviews.
Possible concept design sketches have surfaced of the two famous kaiju, because it's the internet. **Update 7/24** Now we know the answer.
You will believe a girl can fly.
Archie vs. Sharknado is the most ridiculous storm of two franchises that doesn't mix as well as you'd think. Read the review to see why this is a storm that's not entirely worth entering.
A little good…
In which the story from the classic film takes a surprising turn.
We discuss issues 25-30 of SAGA, the SUICIDE SQUAD trailer (again), GI Joe news and wish EYES WIDE SHUT a happy sweet 16!
In a Vulture interview, Ales Kot mistakes reality for a video game.
Morty also comes down with a case of weinerbrain!
Villains week! Sharknado, Loki, and all the Bat baddies!
That's how you make your books accessible to new readers.
Seeking more negative attention, The Donald has shifted his focus to comic books and superhero movies.
Super Hero Speak reviews Marvel's Ant-Man w/ spoilers
It's all connected…
Texters too lazy to tell us in words, can just do it with an image.
See what got The Muppets a run at ABC.
If you haven't torrented the show yet, you probably shouldn't read this article.
"The world needs someone to do the tiny bit of effort it takes to make a female superhero movie."
This could be amazing or terrible, or amazingly terrible.
Will Archie jump the shark?
They better be on their best behavior given this is the second movie Pixar's done this year.
Say No to Five Dollar Comics: Five Comics to Buy for Less Than Five Bucks on May 13th, 2015 (Before They Sold-Out Edition)By Gavin Dillinger in Features on July 21, 2015
Yeah, I remember their creator owned work. It was sooo much better.
Tell 'em, Fred.
The merc with a mouth (for reciting 20 year old stolen jokes) is the latest addition to Marvel's "Color Your Own" line.
Micronauts too, plus more tidbits from the Hasbro Q2 Financial Call
del Toro may travel to a galaxy far, far away…
This week on View from the Gutters our topic work is Lumberjanes, the Eisner award winning series by Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis, Brooke Allen, and Maarta Laiho.
SPOILERS for the Ant-Man movie.
A "modern reboot"?
Following a broadening of the requirements in this year's nomination process, previously ineligible creators are campaigning for next year's awards.