The art world has been turned upside down by the innovative masterpiece.
We stole this headline from Alex Zalben of MTV.
Frank feel like Alan Moore….except Frank want money!
I've fallen behind you say? It's December now? I shall forge ahead regardless!
Guest-starring Iron Man
The seemingly innocent press conference could be an elaborate death trap planned by a vengeful Rick Remender.
In other news, I have some bridges I'd like to sell you.
The real fruits of Disney's acquisition of Marvel may finally be starting to ripen.
The Internet's faith in studios not to release crappy posters has been shattered.
Is Man-Bat behind the roost of mutated bats in the caves or could it be some new villain?
At least with a smaller budget, less buildings can be toppled.
This might mean Sony is planning for a movie and it definitely means we all hope they are.
Unmanned drones more accurate than FedEx but they may blow up your house.
Plus sneak peek at what's to come.
Once obscured, the magnificent dragon now flies in plane sight.
Join in on the discussion of the latest episode and mid-season finale of The Walking Dead.
The polls are open!
Surprise: you're wrong.
The future doesn't have to be dark and depressing.
The world’s worst superhero team are bravely laying their lives on the line…to unwittingly uphold the ideals of a multi-billion-dollar private security corporation!
It's taken them almost a decade to sever their professional relationship with Edward Kramer, but DragonCon is finally free.
And she would’ve gotten away with it if it weren’t for those meddling ponies!
Niam/Punchy is back with a bumper-sized Thanksgiving edition of his comics reviews! Even though he's British and therefore not thankful for anything, except for the opportunity to complain about the weather.
TMZ announced earlier that the actor died in a car accident this afternoon in Santa Clarita, California.
Storm Control decides to trade one peril to Earth for another
Indy Hunter Interview:Kickstarter talk with Amy Leigh Strickland and The Indie Guide to Indie PublishingBy J.M. Hunter in ZineSmiths on November 30, 2013
We talk with Amy Leigh Strickland about an awesome kickstarter for The Indie Guide to Indie Publishing!
This week on View from the Gutters the topic is Kingdom Come, the classic series by Alex Ross and Mark Waid.
Unlettered preview art from the December issue
The Inhumans are plentiful. They are powerful. And now they are everywhere.
You think rain gives you a bad hair day? Think about what it does for flames.