Humans, Strigoi, and Nuclear Weapons for all
This week the guys from Super Hero Speak geek out over the Justice League: Gods and Monsters.
The series will be going on hiatus with #55, and the final arc will kick off with #53.
There's a new kid new in town…
Because sometimes you just be a giant monster and destroy an entire city.
The next expansion pack for Destiny is coming with a new abilities for each new class.
It's E3 and the hottest game for geeks everywhere is about to arrive, so of course we're given one more trailer to dig into before the game arrives
"You will not see a more emotionally engaging Batman movie in your entire life." - Former Filmmaker, Present Podcaster Kevin Smith
Revenge is quite on the mind of this Sith Lord, as he takes on the entire crew of the Ghost in this preview clip from the season premiere.
Hulk smash? No Star-Lord in GotG 2? No…
Happy birthday Hal Jordan! Happy birthday Alan Scott! Happy birthday John Stewart! Happy birthday Stephen Colbert! Happy birthday Steve Carrell!
Has Selz.com done something stupid today. Yes.
IDW tackle their very own mini Secret Convergence Wars! Only with Ghostbusters and no one else... Look It's better than it sounds, you guys.
The finale of a thoughtful, moving series and the ending this story deserved.
New Peanuts and Adventure Time Hardcovers! Cartoon Network show comics!
Joe Frankenstein #4, Transformers #42
A new 30 second TV spot and some San Diego Comic Con exclusive dolls.
Brian Fuller and Michael Green will serve as writers and showrunners, while Neil Gaiman will executive produce.
Lemire, Suayan, and Baron push Bloodshot to the forefront of emotional complexity.
Comic Reflections appears three times each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages! On this episode, Jeff and I spent a perplexing length of time discussing World's Finest #278,280.
This we tackle the inherent logic gaps of being a Mutant in the Marvel Universe and wonder if their plight would be more powerful WITHOUT all those pesky Avengers around.
The comic book adventures of Rick and Morty continue into a third issue! While much of this series is hit or miss so far, in the end it's still better than no Rick and Morty at all - amirite?
Covers and available interior pages for titles on sale this week.
This week on View from the Gutters our topic work is Moon Knight, Vol. 1: From the Dead, written by Warren Ellis with art by Declan Shalvey and colors by Jordie Bellaire.
Walking with Transports…
Mature Readers Advisory.
The titular superhero is just so virile and manly that simply reading a book starring him can now result in pregnancy.
What did Dusty mean to this long-time fan? Read this story to find out.