Pretty cool, if you're into that sort of thing.
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Will it be an anthology of interest?
The book is selling 20,000 copies above the previous series at the same point in publication.
This week on View from the Gutters we read and discuss Mystery Society, by Steve Niles and Fiona Staples
Will they walk like an Egyptian?
"Penetrating Rule" is another amazing read over at The Nib.
It's a Crisis of Infinite Marketing Hype in the latest round of Secret Wars revelations from Marvel Comics.
Previews of five $3.99 titles
The answer: whoever he wants, because he's also producing it!
"Lighten Up" tells the story of the time Ronald Wimberly was asked to change the skin color of a character.
Things didn't go so well the last time a tall, skinny, popular comic actor named Jim donned the green question mark tights!
Sabrina, which last came out in October, and Afterlife with Archie, last seen in December, will have new issues in "the spring."
Sloppy editing mars this cool promotion! Outrage!
Cullen Bunn can't write everything, you know!
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Though it lacks a certain "Vision"…
Will it be a colossal hit?
The show's ratings woes are starting to result in casualties.
Prepare for an even "WORSE" world.
The tears, the gun pointed at the crotch, the lipstick smear, and the finger in the face were all added at the request of management.
Seriously, this apparently qualifies as news and has been covered on multiple outlets.
Here are Some Statements, Tweets, and Blog Posts on the Valerie D'Orazio and Chris Sims Cyber-Bullying StoryBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on March 18, 2015
A collection of posts from around the web talking about an issue that hits close to home for the comics blogosphere.
… A month ago.
The book is expected in stores next Fall.
He says that freedom of expression wasn't violated and he decided to pull the cover due to understanding the criticism, not pressure. Also, be nicer to each other.
That’s 9 for those of you who have forgotten fourth grade math.
… of books.
Is a positive review enough to keep Brian Wood from hating the newest member of the review team?