The controversial superhero movie has finished production, much to the ire of haters everywhere.
Inuyasha: The Final Act moves up an hour, Cowboy Bebop HD premieres, and Deadman Wonderland returns for another run starting January 3rd.
Roberto Orci is... GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHNNNNN!!!
Rich Johnston didn't spend four years in culinary school to get that pot-stirring degree for nothing!
The 153 year old author is reportedly in negotiations with Warner Bros to write the script.
Reed Richards actor Toby Keller had some choice words for critics of Fox's (Don't Call Them) Fantastic Four.
Look for 500 copies of this in your local twenty five cent bin in 2034.
Hellboy tags along with the B.P.R.D to Brazil!
We guess something about his spending didn't seem Kosher.
Nailbiter #8 continues the sudden slump in what was initially a promising series.
Hopefully in new direction they change the designs, recast April, keep Shredder, and the all the voice actors save Johnny Knox.
This... does not compute...
The comics is slated to debut in March.
The comics retailer trade organization revealed the possible misuse or misappropriation of funds on its Facebook page today.
Liar, liar, pants on fire.
But don't get us wrong; we'll take your unique pageviews anyway.
Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes!
People are really going to love an Ant-Man comic this time! Really!
The real question is; who will they get to play Bill Hicks.
Find out what happened the night of Lindy's murder!
This is getting way too Meta for me.
The comic book publisher is gonna get itself some of that sweet college athlete exploitation action!
Did you actually think he wouldn't be back?
Just because something's been watched a bunch of times doesn't mean its popular.
Banner Week For Comic Book Shows As Both The Flash And Arrow Join Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. With Ratings SuccessesBy GHERU in News with Benefits on December 4, 2014
Combined with the new high Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. hit it seems more people should be reading comics. Too bad they're too expensive.
And he seems completely unique in terms of The Walking Dead universe.
One is called “The Climb” and the other “The Man in the Yellow Suit.” Can you guess which is which?
A look back at the comic book references from last night's show.
I’d really like to be excited about this, but I haven’t had enough coffee and Skyfall was horrible
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?