The DC Co-Publisher has deleted or suspended his account, and one rumor-mongering website suggests it might have something to do with Eddie Berganza.
Aren't most superheroes basically social justice warriors?
The Paper Lobby continues its control over the digital publishers.
Despite ratings success, the cost is too damn high.
Out with the hood ornaments, in with that metallic sheen.
The network has said no in optioning a new cartoon series featuring the return of the Radical Squadron.
Also other characters they'd like to see in Marvel movies
Angry viewers will be forced to actually read a comic. Or they can read the letter in this article.
Probably good before he had the chance to swap the artwork with CGI.
More info on the new content and casting.
The turtles spring into action to battle Shredder, mad scientist Baxter Stockman, Bebop, Rocksteady and the notorious Krang... Wait, what am I reviewing?
THAT’S A BAD IDEA: “Biotech Company Granted Ethical Permission To Attempt To Use Stem Cells To Reactivate The Brains Of The Dead”By GHERU in News with Benefits on May 4, 2016
THIS IS NOT A TEST!
Just hand over your six dollars per book and stop complaining, god damn it!
Can we have an explanation, por favor?
And top comics media sites are first on the scene to report.
When asked about “Batman v Superman” Mr. Lombardi pointed out that Superman sucks and deserves to be punched in the face.
Why eat the rich when you can feed them a revolver?
The Big Guy is hungry... for more equitable treatment of workers!
We have another trailer to the TMNT sequel, to make folks who didn't see the previous one want to see this one. Whomever you are, I envy you.
The writer for the movie, Ben Ramsey, apologizes to the Dragonball fanbase and to any poor soul who saw the unholy abomination of a film.
Comic Reflections #252: Thor vs Hyperion! Plus, a battle for the ages against Heimdall! (well, maybe)By Nicholas Prom in Podcasts on May 4, 2016
On this episode, Spencer and I discuss the Mighty Thor #280,322 New episodes of Comic Reflections (usually) appear twice each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!
Sally Floyd & Front Line left out of the loop in this Civil War.
Fialkov and Fleecs take everyman Jeff Steinberg on a galactic adventure, whether he likes it or not.
Covers and available interior pages for Superman: Coming Of The Supermen #4, Scooby-Doo Team-Up #16, Midnighter #12, Green Lantern #52
"Die, industry, die!" ~Jim Steranko
More kaiju on the big screen
4 Kids Walk Into a Bank… and star in the best comic of the year.
And it's a good thing, because the final issue of the Faith mini-series has convinced me I don't need to come back for the relaunch.
Because we really needed a grim and gritty adaptation of Santa Claus.
Titan Comics, according to a Bleeding Cool report, allegedly tried to keep this one a secret (or maybe not - updated).