Celebrate the X-Men's 50th anniversary with RU and WIFE!
A teaser for the upcoming super-mega-crossover event takes a cue from the Department of Homeland Security.
Who knew an android might be the best lover I've ever had?
Have you hugged your robot today?
Hellboy... a being from the depths of hell, and still clowns can scare the shit out of em!
Army of Barkness, y'all.
These aren't the production leaks you are looking for. *waves hand*
The title is a little cumbersome but Grindhouse: Doors Open at Midnight - Bee Vixens From Mars #2 is a satisfying conclusion to the first story of this limited series.
Outhouse favorite Larime Taylor blasts Comikaze Expo for it's lack of support for disabled creators.
DC is moving ahead with some sort of plan to jump its comics five years into the future.
Printed in a special horizontal storytelling format
Bob Harras, Bobbie Chase, and Joey Cavalieri could be out, Mike Marts could be new EIC, and there could be friction between Geoff Johns and Dan Didio!
Chapter 4, 'Entropy'
You probably shouldn't read the comments on this article.
The CW is bringing another DC character to television.
The Crow is a bird prone to long poetic rants apparently.
It was is sure to be a critically acclaimed, pretty good book.
It was the Lady Sif show at the Thor premiere in Hollywood.
Ten Grand returns with a new artist.
Oh Conan, you're so silly.
"Remember, remember, the fifth of November….”
Considering the first crappy one earned a sequel, you didn't think the second one, which was actually decent wouldn't get a follow-up as well did you?
Nothing says 'please take my lunch money and stuff me in a locker' like snowsuits and comic book apparel!
Gaiman will join the likes of Sarah Palin and Paula Deen as he gets his own Bluewater biography comic.
Guess who's back?
What? You thought we'd use the word "resurrection"?
Peter Jackson released a new trailer by way of The Hobbit fan event today and here it is.
All New X-Factor line-up features Quicksilver, Polaris, Gambit, and Garth Brooks-like uniforms.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Nelson explains how difficult it was to hold a Halloween costume contest on two coasts.
A crossover is coming! A crossover is coming!