New #1s. New(ish) attitudes. New(ish) heroes. More variant covers than interior pages. It's Marvel NOW!
The toys are back to play.
Captain Carrot and the Zoo Crew!! Numerous Legions! Oh, plus Wally West, Cassandra Cain, Stephanie Brown, and Renee Montoya too!
Even less of a sausage fest!
A top DC executive admits to wanting to kill an employee over creative differences.
Johnny Depp and Chris Pine star in the film version of the Broadway classic musical Into the Woods.
They're going to have to work overtime to handle this one.
Looks like the creative summit will be even more of a sausage party next year.
They want Google to reveal details about the leaker's YouTube and Google + accounts. Joke's on them; nobody uses Google +!
Just imagine; a re-telling of a yearlong event under the paradigm of decompression written by Johnathan Hickman.
Millions were impacted by the announcement of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
A look back at the comic references and Easter eggs from last night's episode.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
But we'll be damned if we can figure out what it is.
Marvel Random Crap Doubleshot: Ant-Man, Age of Ultron Footage, Plus Agent Carter Premiere Date, S.H.I.E.L.D. Return DateBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on November 6, 2014
Two relatively pointless articles for the price of one!
On this episode of the podcast Eric is joined by constant collaborator and longtime friend Jeremy Wiggins, Voice actor extraordinaire and all around awesome guy Lord Jazor and good friend as well as fellow Fan Mogul and actor Justin Pietropaolo as the 4 talk about their favorite adaptions from Sherlock Holmes to Fantasy to a certain man who is the law, they cover a lot of ground in just under 2 hours!
Costa Ronin cast, also scheduling info.
We're looking forward to the Count Olaf jail shower scene.
Here's what you should buy instead of Amazing Spider-Man, Life After Logan, Miracleman, and other shamefully overpriced comics.
I do not approve of this metaphor.
This week on View from the Gutters we discuss Thor, by J. Michael Straczynski.
Nolan says he was misquoted, and The Guardian blames Zack Snyder.
This Is In No Way Related To The Election Results From Last Night, But They Are Making A Comedy About HitlerBy GHERU in News with Benefits on November 5, 2014
No, really, totally unrelated.
HARD HITTING COMICS JOURNALISM IN ACTION, PEOPLE.
Tell me again how sad you are to have to let people go right before the holidays?
See what made the grade!
But you made me who I am, doctor!
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Ratings, Outhouse Readers to Blame for Landslide Republican Midterm VictoriesBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on November 5, 2014
We hope you're all satisfied now.
...for an Entertainment Weekly magazine cover. What? Did you think it was for Ghostbusters 3?
Nice guys finish last.