Because we know you cannot get enough of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
SHIELD was beat by The Flash in ratings and total viewers this week, but we're not going to make a big deal out of it.
Fans of that really pissed off goalie get their wish. The game has been fully funded via Kickstarter and one day ironically shy of Friday the 13th.
...and takes a look at one of its most prominent victims: Dan Slott.
What future do these cards hold? Doesn't matter. You won't get to see it play out before the next super awesome mega wow crossover reboot.
The X-Men visit all of the familiar territory in this all-new, extraordinary series!
"We've really sweat blood over it and for it... hopefully that shows, and hopefully it's paid off!" Outhousers talks to Dan Watters and Caspar Wijngaard, the creators of Image comics series Limbo!
The figure will slide in to aid the team and add padding to the roster
Entertainment Weekly's new issue has a crapload of Star Wars: The Force Awakens coverage.
Liefeld's triumphant return to Marvel is due out sometime next year.
Check out this incredible new promotion from our friends at Double Take!
The Trial of Hank McCoy begins! And then it just kind of ends.
This week the guys from Super Hero speak sit down with Zack Howe of Superhero Overload!
Isn't there something else happening in February too?
That means you need to watch their Thursday lineup.
Justice League United #15, Darkseid War - Green Lantern #1, Darkseid War - SHAZAM #1, Constantine: The Hellblazer #6
The fresh young voice is sure to make an impact on the comics medium.
The show may return in the not too distant future, but not next Sunday A.D. Fa-La-La-La!
If you're not buying them, we're taking you off our holiday card list.
Subsequently, Jessica Walter cast as Lucille.
Look out, Mark Millar! Oni Press is gunning for your spot!
He also promised more footage from the movie before the end of the year.
The Shadow #4, The Misadventures of Grumpy Cat And Pokey #2, Alice Cooper Vs Chaos! #3
More promotion for a show you were going to watch anyways.
Kirkman's Skybound will join with the Dutch East India Company to colonize TV and video games.
The film is being called "Pixar's 'Memento'"
The Newspaper kind, not the vitamin kind… Also a book.
GLX gives his take on The Invisible Lesbian.
This week our topic work is Black Canary and Zatanna: Bloodspell, a 2014 original graphic novel by Paul Dini and Joe Quinones.
A closing statement in the coverage of Upchurch exemplifies the problem with covering harassment in comics.