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?!
Introduction of Greg Anderson-Elysee's new comic column (Heard It Thru) The Griot Vine - a column of his ramblings and experiences pertaining to his love for the comic mediums, talks of diversity, and chats with various creators.
We are definitely leading up the end... of something...
No razors allowed beyond this point! Interviewing Dan Dougherty on his comics, "Beardo" and, "Touching Evil".
Say No to Five Dollar Comics: Five Comics to Buy for Less Than Five Bucks on August 12th, 2015 (DC Can't Win Edition)By Gavin Dillinger in Features on August 10, 2015
It takes more than a $2.99 price to sell comics.
That's a bad sign, as Mark Millar will make a movie pretty much anywhere.
I am Groot, I AM Groot, I am GROOT.
Super Podcasto Magnifico! Ep. #216: Fantastic Four! The Death of “Superman Lives”! This Damned Band! John Flood!By Super Podcasto Magnifico! in Podcasts on August 11, 2015
Another Fantastic Four movie review... and some other stuff.
More DC characters headed to the small screen.
This week on View from the Gutters our topic work is Sex Criminals, by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky, with colors by Becka Kinzie.
Fox decides to hurt comic fans more, be more spiteful against Disney, probably sew Deadpool's mouth shut a second time, and utterly turn a blind eye to the cinematic disaster it unleashed this past weekend.
A sexy STD for your eyeballs that only took 4 years to reach around.
All-Star Section Eight #3, Earth 2: Society #3, Action Comics #43, Justice League United #12, DC Comics Bombshells #1
Can you spot the difference?
We have nothing bad to say about this.
Ricki and The Flash did even worse than Fantastic Four at the box office!
The variants will be priced at a buck-o-nine.
An interview with Brandon and Brian Spicer on their debut into comics.
'SWAT-Kats: Revolution' Kickstarter Breaks Over $100,000! A Two-Minute Animated Teaser & More Confirmed!By Zechs in News with Benefits on August 10, 2015
The Kickstarter for a relaunch of the classic 90s animated series has just reached it's $100,000 "thruster funding" stage, and that means a new two-minute animated teaser is guaranteed!
Comic Reflections is on summer hiatus. Please enjoy this ‘classic’ episode from our archives. On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Marvel Tales #20, The Avengers #76, 99, Action Comics #461,462,464, Batman #188,236, Shazam! #5,15.
The Titan Comics weekly event begins.
The movie made only $26.2 million dollars and came in second to last week's winner Mission: Impossible- Rogue Nation. You might say the movie is- DOOMED.