Here on the last day of 2014, we look back at the year and share some of our favorite writers and comics.
See where your favorite creator placed!
Here's the top ten most read articles from this year.
Christian Hoffer wraps up his thoughts about 2014.
Or does the promo suggest she is going… rogue?
It's a cheesy documentary comparing sports heroes to super heroes, for the low low price of $14.99.
It's simply stunning.
A new banner for the film seemingly confirms the past leaked image.
Elder Scrolls Online Masters the Art of Keeping Veteran Players from Getting Too Far Ahead of New PlayersBy Jeremy Shane in News with Benefits on December 29, 2014
There has always been a gap in MMOs where players can be hesitant to jump in when they feel there are already tons of players so far ahead. (Updated)
Promotional artwork reveals more on the origins of Ultron and Vision from Avengers 2. (Updated with more promo art)
Christian Hoffer continues his look back at the year in comics.
Well, hopefully it isn't a "bad" movie this time as Zechs and Jordan take on this year's most "controversial" movie.
Karl Kerschl said the book is burning out artists, but colorists paint a different picture involving pay rates.
Chris Oatley Art Academy and Painting Drama alumni, artist Jim Gallo speaks with J.M. Hunter about art before and posts Photoshop. Also, Jim’s latest effort to run a GoFundme campaign to get back on track and show people his digital painting prowess!
It’s like what would happen if Skeletor and Count Dooku somehow had a kid together, and he was black.
Not to be confused with “Holy *@#$, 'Agents of SHIELD' Is Still On The Air?
Perhaps it was because the man was Vin Diesel, and the photo implied he will star in the Inhumans movie.
Editor in chief Christian Hoffer gives some of his thoughts about the last year in comics.
The polls are open!!!
Previews of DC Comics New Years Eve releases.
And offers a demonstration on how bad his vision is.
The X-Files X-Mas Special would have been a great holiday present for casual fans if it had been released a week earlier.
"He turns green. He punches stuff and roars mostly."
Marvel didn't love it, but I heard Ditko was alright with the idea.
Tom Taylor continues to forget who his comic is about and tries to convince us that a person turned evil by magic has a motive.
He's still on board… for now.
Whoever could it be?!
Sequential Offering Over 180 Digital Indy Graphic Novels at Steep Discount, You Uncultured Philistines!By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on December 26, 2014
Put down the corporate superhero comics and try out the boutique graphic novel app.
The publisher has announced one last blow out before Marvel takes over the license.
After difficulties with the hotel, Detroit Fanfare has been canceled this year and will not continue.