Amazing Spider-Man #9, Death of Wolverine: Life After Logan #1, Hulk #8, Avengers & X-Men: Axis #4, All-New X-Factor #16
The characters will be radically changed to help the show appeal to the octogenarians that form the majority of CBS's readership.
Don’t be too alarmed. I know this is shocking, but be grateful Marvel is giving us six months to prepare ourselves for the excitement of everything changing forever…again.
The most terrifying thing isn't the alien, it's really Wilford Brimley.
Rumor: Sony is Maybe Thinking About Possibly Considering Making a Female Spider-Man Character Team MovieBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on October 31, 2014
It's a minuscule wisp of a rumor. Not even worth reporting really. Except for those unique hits!
Rumor: Warner Bros Drunk on Female-Driven Superhero Movies, May Make Wonder Woman Trilogy Spanning 100 YearsBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on October 31, 2014
It looks like the floodgates may have opened for female superheroes!
Especially appealing to furries and those who like wood.
Ewan McGregor Calls Star Wars Fans Parasitical Lowlifes and !@#$ing Wankers, Defends Phantom Menace, Kills Puppies for SportBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on October 30, 2014
Obie Wan is on the Jedi warpath.
The Halloween-themed comic was released this week as a digital exclusive on Amazon.
Rori forms a team of the strangest teens of all and we learn a little bit more about the source of her powers as some grown-ups hatch some plans.
Tim Seeley and Jim Terry bring out the crazy, as this perfectly Halloween friendly story continues.
In which we pick on Zenescope for pretty much no reason.
Directorial debut for Dredd screenwriter Alex Garland tells the story of the ultimate Turing Test.
Because Dan Slott wants to attain immortality via fans' tears.
A look back at the comic references and Easter eggs from last night's show.
Nothing could have prepared Zechs for the true horror he was about to witness with this film.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
The title will be appearing… in the future.
This week on View from the Gutters we discuss The Big Book of Barry Ween, by Judd Winick.
This week's mainstays!
Fight corporate greed and halt the price gouging in comics by refusing to purchase any corporate comic priced at $4.99 or higher!
We die according to how we lived...
You’re like the pied piper, with irritable bowel syndrome.
An optimistic look at the beleaguered show's ratings performance.
Finally! Something less cost efficient than a five dollar comic!
A look back at all the comic book references and Easter eggs from last night's show.
Paper Moon sounds like an indie song about people feeling feelings, which actually works pretty well here
No strings attached; this version is official and in in high definition.
A short teaser
If the previous slasher fare he reviewed wasn't enough, Zechs gets drilled with another entry from the golden age of slasher films, the 80s.
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