Baldur's Gate returns!
It’s also over 300 pages long and sells for $14.99.
DC dominates this week!
The secret origin of Jack's sword revealed.
The retail toy chain is pulling the entire line of Breaking Bad figures from their website and store shelves.
Ok, it's not exactly an official trailer...
Out from undercover
Event fatigue, blah blah, change universes forever, yadda yadda
No snark, this is good news.
Toys R Us Pulls “Breaking Bad Figures” All Involved Arrested By FBI, Tarred and Feathered, Renditioned to Cuba, and Received a Bad Mark on Their Permanent RecordBy GHERU in News with Benefits on October 22, 2014
The NSA is currently tracking down the IP addresses of everyone who supported the toys.
A look back at the Easter eggs and comic references from last night's episode.
Will this help the ratings-starved series?
The movie along with Stephen King's It that set clowns in a positive light several years is spotlighted or it would be if Zechs wasn't curling up in a corner.
Your weekly look at the week that was last week in comics, the week of October 15, 2014.
Some members of the deaf community didn't find this story as heartwarming as we did.
Let's see what's in those (digital) shorts…
The movie will be join Jem and the Holograms at Hasbro's Allspark Pictures.
This is getting out of hand…
Also, twenty-seven mentions of "Wolverine," and She-Hulk is canceled.
Sounds like he is doing his best…
Marvel Intern Exhausted After Hand-Writing Inserts for New Cassette Tape Version of Guardians of the Galaxy SoundtrackBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on October 21, 2014
Also, yes, there is going to be a cassette tape version of the Guardians of the Galaxy soundtrack.
Sure, it was meant to end there, but we needed a more catchy headline.
There's probably an 50% chance Zechs will be "altered" by this movie. But will it be for the better?
The latest Marvel event teaser shows fans a little more Magneto than they needed to see.
The character, who doesn't exist in the books (so far?), will be named Malko.
Bryan Cranston aka Walter White aka Heisenberg himself responds to the Breaking Bad action figure controversy. This is gonna be good.
Two Jasons sounds like a bad 90's song, but hear they sing a different Song of the South. A review of Southern Bastards Vol. 1.
Spoilers ahead, naturally.
The tradewinds must have been good.
The cover represents Ross's most modern work ever.