After Matt Murdock's father is murdered in the streets of Hell's Kitchen, he takes to the skies as newly formed acrobatic hero Daredevil.
On this week's episode of View from the Gutters the topic is the trippy Jack Kirby inspired comic, Gødland.
Kyle Benning takes a look back at the classic Conan run!
In the midst of packing, Monday Night Football, and exhaustion, WIFE and RU sit down to interpret four wordless pages from Thor: God of Thunder #14
Four actors in an upcoming fan film inspired by Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Rises are in critical condition thanks to toxic Batgirl Stephanie Brown.
One of our most wild and bizarre episodes this week as we go all 'round the houses, in our most off-topic show ever.
The minds behind the late Thundercats reboot were on a panel discussing what was in store for the characters, had there been a Season 2.
Spoiler alert! It features some snow.
The company is working to make sure future generations of readers can enjoy DC's stupidity too.
Rockstar advises players not to install Grand Theft Auto V's play disc as it will cause orphanages to explode.
Arrow shows off one of the first big rogues it'll be introducing in Season 2, the Bronze Tiger!
Reading Realms Reviews Mira Grant's new futuristic thriller series.
In related news, AMC likes money.
Doc Jon changes up his 'fifty reasons why it sucks' format to tell us why Ben Affleck will rock as Batman!
Bieber Kelley Edition
Punchy reviews this week's comics, including Villain's Month, Infinity, King's Watch, Indestructible Hulk and more.
A new leaked picture from Transformers: Age of Extinction shows off four new weapons that no doubt key into the plot for the movie.
The polls are open!
Want to meet the star of Cliffhanger, Oscar, and Stop or My Mom Will Shoot? Better bring your wallet!
...is a headline we would use seriously if this wasn't just some epic trolling by The Beebs.
To survive today perhaps you need to read this spotlight entry.
Barry Allen will be played by the Norfolk native.
Superstar artist Rob Liefeld produced this Millie the Model cover as a joke for "The Great One" Brian Michael Bendis, but damn, we'd totally buy that book.
After exhausting all possible avenues to shift the blame, DC is forced to publicly admit they were wrong.
The special effects and imagination will blow you away in this clever short from Toronto International Film Festival.
In which members of the Scarlet Spider Fan Club fight for the survival of the series ending with December's issue #25.
Check out this short animation from Fangirls creator Leigh Lahav.
A trailer from Dark Horse Comics for all of their upcoming horror books combined is reportedly just too terrifying.
Would you buy that for a dollar?
Now that the dust has settled on DC's week of epic stupidity, where do things stand?