This week on View from the Gutters we discuss The Losers, Book 1, by Andy Diggle and Jock.
It's a new low for the belaguered Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Is there any place left where it is safe for a man to be a man?
In the NuDCU animated universe, the shark jumps you!
What makes the cut this week?
Most recently, Marvel has cast Tim Dekay as Ward's elder brother.
We know who you are.
The confusion is understandable since both have similar consequences.
To be clear, this is not for an anniversary issue, this is the new regular price.
He needs multiple copies.
See Quesada's take on the Rebel scum.
Weiland is presumably using magic powers gained from selling his soul to the Internet gods in exchange for somehow running a profitable comics website.
Jonathon Hickman and Nick Pitarra recreate the story of the atomic era... and somehow manage to make it way scarier. And perverted? With a hint of cannibalism! And Xenophobia!?
We don't mean to gloat, but... nah, we totally mean to gloat.
Scared, Butthurt Movie Theaters Refuse to Show 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' Sequel Due to Simultaneous Netflix ReleaseBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on September 30, 2014
It's most certainly not because they're afraid of losing an effective oligopoly.
Fundamentally, this is no different than any other site's ratings reports.
Fan funded, Fablewood continues in this story about the gumshoe who finds out who scrambled the egg.
It’s just one more example of comics not understanding their audience.
Everyone, pretend that this wasn't a freakin' inevitability.
The return of the great one!
White House Fence Jumper Reportedly Read Entire Issue of Larime Taylor's A Voice in the Dark: Get Your Gun #1 Before Secret Service Detained HimBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on September 29, 2014
The shocking revelations just keep coming from this crazy story!
In the eigth episode of View from the Gutter's bonus series, The Long Run, we discuss the history of Stephanie Brown, The Spoiler.
Consider this an aftershock to the SCORE! SUPERMAN DOES IT AGAIN shitquake.
The changes may be a little more permanent than most fans are giving Marvel credit for, if Aaron is to be believed.
The reaction of these protesters is still milder than the fan reaction to Man of Steel.
A Vertigo 'Defy Covers' issue! An extra page of action starts on the cover!
Perhaps DC can use these when mailing out apologies about those awful Batman t-shirts.
Stunningly gorgeous, the first issue of the new Single Issue version of the comic line bearing Jim Henson's name is one of the best comics of the year.
Licensed DC Comics Shirts Congratulate Superman for Banging Wonder Woman, Prepare Young Women to Marry BatmanBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on September 29, 2014
Yes, in case you were curious, it is still 2014 and you haven't stepped in a time warp to the fifties.