G.I. Joe will crossover with just about anyone.
We're running full steam ahead with this rumor before anyone can stop us!
And this article will spoil it for you too, so click at your own risk.
Stan Sakai's Rabbit Ronin Reaches A Milestone!
This week our topic work is Catwoman. For this episode we read the 2002 Catwoman series by Ed Brubaker, Darwyn Cooke, Cameron Stewart, and other artists.
Do they allow F-bombs on AMC? We try to figure it out. Listen in!
Also a micro-sized look at the possible Transformers 5 movie logo.
Oh, and when you can watch the rest of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 3 too.
Rather than retelling their old stories under the guise of a super-mega-crossover event, these will be retellings of old stories by South Korean artists.
Adams will produce Superman: The Coming of the Supermen and a crap load of variant covers in February.
AWESOME FACIAL HAIR BROS!
Check him out while you still have the chance!
Instead, they'll show next week's Thanksgiving episode a week early.
It's the first thing about the movie that hasn't been widely panned.
Interviewing the man behind one of the greatest books in indie history: Touching Evil... Dan Dougherty.
The polls are open!!!
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Action Comics #246,247,Superman #126. Comic Reflections (usually) appears three times each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!
Look, you've got nothing better to do if you're reading this at 3AM, so you might as well sign it.
It's almost like a new movie is going to hit theaters…
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Fantastic Four #12-15. Comic Reflections (usually) appears three times each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!
Liefeld says that Shatterstars sexual preferences are not his concern.
Special we guess, but not exclusive…
Also a surprise promo was shown (sorry we don't have video of it)
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
A tiny bit of light shed on the two mysterious characters.
Read up to three issues of Sabrina per year!!!
Take that, racists!
If you've read the headline, you've read the article.
Ultron wants to party
Because we know you cannot get enough of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.