C2E2: Marvel Reveals "Choosing Sides," Buttload of Tie-Ins You'll Need to Read to Understand Civil War 2By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on March 19, 2016
You might as well take out a second mortgage now.
The title pretty much says it all.
Someone's got to clean up after the other panels.
Find out how Marvel plans to continue the slow death of the industry this July!
Because if they truly wanted to improve, they would do the most basic portion of their job.
Because one dying print medium just isn't enough.
Better late than never?
Sweet for subscribers…
Whatcha gonna do, brother, when lawyermania runs wild on you?!
He's worked on several genre films and… oh.
C2E2: Livid Mark Waid Turns All-New All-Different Avengers Panel Into "Superman Doesn't Kill" TiradeBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on March 18, 2016
Attendees to the Marvel panel got more than they expected when an angry Waid changed the subject at the last minute.
That's what you wanted, right?
Wait, people willingly want to have no choice but to work at DC?!
Yeah, under the sea (under the sea)!
Prepare for the future episode, by reliving the past, with old friends long gone.
Yeah, Spidey, that's how we feel about it too, buddy.
Hopefully Rob can maintain interest in this project, unlike his Kickstarter.
In addition to a tie-in for the Star Wars spinoff film, Marvel strikes back against the Valiant and DC EXXXCLSIVE signings!
The essay on female comic book readers is almost worse than their new name!
The number went from 300 copies to 300,000 this morning alone!
Because of course they are.
And now, everything makes sense.
Fanboy Rampage: Mark Hughes vs. Dan Slott vs. Kurt Busiek vs. Devin Faraci vs. Mark Waid over Superman Killing in Man of Steel... AGAIN!By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on March 18, 2016
It's time. Time to have that same old argument for the billionth time! Yay comics internet!
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Outhouse advice: Bring some diapers to Civil War.
They're calling it a "six issue periodical," but we're... uh... pretty sure that's a comic.
I think it's safe to come out now.
The comic book movie pitchman is endorsing his second anti-equality politician in a speech this weekend.
"Who is Danny Rand?" now answered.
Oh CBR, your EXXXCLUSIVES are so EXXXCLUSIVE, it really turns us on.