If an infinite number of Rob Schneiders write an infinite number of blog posts he will eventually be right, but never funny.
Poor Alan Moore - everyone keeps exploiting his ideas!
Is this going to be a daily thing?
This news is exclusively everywhere, but come read it here.
He could have just pretended it did happen. No one would have remembered anyway.
If you were wondering whether or not the Vision would stick around for future movies, I don't know why, but wonder no more.
In the meantime, a teaser for the teaser
Chris Evans and Chris Pratt had a little wager on the Superbowl and guess who Captain America was rooting for?
Because there is not enough Avengers titles.
Hopefully this kung-fu will be good, eh?
Will it be double the fun?
A fan-favorite character from Star Wars: the Clone Wars will be showing up in Star Wars: Rebels.
Because we don't want to say "let it go" to the clicks.
PREPARE FOR EXTERMINATION OF YOUR WALLET!!!
Carrie-Anne Moss will play a character named "Harper" on Marvel's Netflix drama.
Not much to tease here, title pretty much gave it all away.
Compared to her previous costume, this one might actually serve a functional purpose in battle.
If true, it is a giANT spoiler
Exclusive: First Good Look at Powered Up Human Torch in Fantastic Four Reboot Revealed During Super Bowl Halftime ShowBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on February 2, 2015
The first look at Michael B. Jordan after "flaming on" is not what most fans were expecting.
DC superheroes will allegedly appear in show about DC superheroes.
The groundhog confirmed that George R. R. Martin's next book won't be released until 2021.
Batman Eternal #44, Grayson #7, Green Lantern #39, New 52: Futures End #40, Action Comics #39, Superman #38, Earth 2 #31, Earth 2: World's End #18
The polls are open!!!
Reviews of Bakuman, Andre the Giant: Life and Legend, Ant Colony, Flash Vol. 1-3 and Thor: God of Thunder Vol. 3
Someone leaked an image of John Romita Jr's redesign for Superman's costume onto the Internet.
A 3-page preview of next week's new issue.
Watch the new trailer and then listen to the houses ask for your allegiance in these new promos.
In which we have a change of heart right in the middle of our article.
This week on View from the Gutters we discuss The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 1, written by Kieron Gillen with art by Jamie McKelvie and colors by Matt Wilson.
Terry Crews is at it again, trying to get cast in a superhero movie.