Indie has decided to get on the case...
Pure speculation has turned out to be true.
Magnetic Press' Editor-in-Chief and Publisher Mike Kennedy talks to The Outhousers' Chris Lear about their first year: Eisner nominations; the kinetic, international flavor of their books, and Tom DeLonge's Poet Anderson universe. (Part 1 of 2)
"Sesame Street" will be airing on HBO. Expect such guest stars as Omar Little, Tyron Lannister, and Hannah Horvath.
Sorry Moon Boy your pal has a new friend…
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Fans So Terrified of Fox's 'Fantastic Four' They Have Made a Petition Demanding They Give the Rights Back to MarvelBy Zechs in News with Benefits on August 13, 2015
You knew someone was gonna make a Change.Org petition about this subject. Funny thing is, the petition has over 25,000 signatures and counting.
A Kirby-Tastic widescreen wonderland from the mind of Scott Kolins this is Adam.3 #1 from Dark Horse Comics.
That which we call a tauntaun/By any other name would smell as sweet
Comic Reflections is on summer hiatus. Please enjoy this ‘classic’ episode from our archives. On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Avengers #111, 115,128,148, Action Comics #465,466,467, Batman #248,267, DC Special #29, Super DC Giant #25.
Marvel goes for the laff$
Since Season 2 utterly owns everyone's' ass and makes any other television program pathetic, Adult Swim decided to give the show a third season.
First images of Black Panther from "Captain America: Civil War" set. None of them punching Iron Man in the face because you know he needs it in "Civil War."
"This is where your story ends." Oooooohhhh!! Ominous!!!
Zach Galifianakis joins "The LEGO Batman Movie" and The Outhouse makes lame jokes about his name.
Look! Walton Goggins! There's no way that he will be evil in this!!
Mad Max: Fury Road scored big at the box office this year, but the studio is still taking a very different approach for the sequel.
Star Wars bad guy gets the cover of Entertainment Weekly
Jon Miller from Outpouring Comics joins the guys from Super Hero Speak
Tie-ins, imaginary issues, and statues come to life.
Our first guest on (Heard It Thru) The Griot Vine, is DC Comic's Midnighter writer, Steve Orlando, here to discuss his book upcoming book VIRGIL, queersploitation, and doing the proper research when it comes to writing diversity.
Also a hint?
You know. The good one?
(Sad trombone noise)
On this episode of the podcast Eric is joined by the returning and always awesome Jeremy Haun and artist and comic retailer Jason A Hurley as they talk about their new book "The Beauty".
First it was words. Then tweets. Now it's finally come to fisticuffs. Of course this means the two are fighting at Summerslam.
The Spectrum War cross-over continues as new ring bearers are chosen.
While NASA scientists accept the possibility that alien life may exist, they refute claims that even aliens would enjoy such a terrible movie.
Mel Gibson is finally making his comeback! No, wait, it's Tom Hardy.
Well, Captain Marvel, but do you want to be the one to correct her?!