I really feel like the source should be "common sense" on this one.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
“Where the white (and non-white) women at?”
The actor will no longer be providing his Scottish villain voice to the film.
Some of the more noteworthy comics articles of the past few days.
Stop messing with my emotions!
El Presidente has all the hot, hot details.
The battle for the heart and soul of the comic book industry continues!
In what is quickly becoming a futile effort, we encourage you not to overpay for comic books.
While the artwork can be confusing, the story is simple and fun.
On this episode of the podcast Eric is joined by independent game creator and awesome writer/composer Austin Jorgensen.
Yea, this article was always only about muuuuurder
Also: Gambit and Hellion in short shorts.
This week on View from the Gutters we discuss Flashpoint, by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert.
Seriously. Too many variant covers.
We now know who has been cast in the "Son of Batman" animated sequel which continues the New 52 Animated Movie Universe.
Beaten at their own game, Marvel's Star Wars #1 won't be the top selling comic this week after all.
The lovable British rumormonger had some choice words for Marvel's VP of Publishing and Mashed Potatoes.
Putting an end to EXCLUSIVE inequality one set of copied and pasted solicitations at a time!
Shocking. Just shocking.
Some of the best comic related articles from the last few days.
Marvel hasn't sent us a review copy of Star Wars #1, but that's not going to stop ol' Jude Terror from reviewing it!
At least, that's what we're guessing based on this latest teaser.
Striking a blow in the name of freedom and pageviews!
Rioters burned couches and vandalized historic landmarks in response to Netflix's alleged pulling of BBC programming from their service later this month.
The collection will be released in September 2015.
CBS: Mixing forward thinking with boring ass television.
Now you don't have to watch a silly championship title game to see it.
A new trailer for the Venture Brothers special, that airs next Monday. Wait.. WHAT?!
Love: the Tiger is a deep and visceral tale. It is both brief and vast, beautiful and disturbing, and quite worth your time.