Comic industry news so shocking, you’ll wonder how it took the Outhousers this long to make it up!
You can't keep a a good pair apart.
Leaked Photo of Apocalypse from 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Confirms Hell has Frozen Over and Fox is Listening to FansBy Zechs in News with Benefits on September 11, 2015
There's a new picture supposedly of Oscar Issac's Apocalypse making the rounds and making hell itself reach a cold temperature of 60 degrees.
Variety is reporting that these two iconic creatures are REALLY REALLY close to having their long-awaited rematch.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
50 creators- Writers and artists alike, all under one spot.
The Big Two publishers are vying for the title of who can screw over customers more.
Nothing is revealed, but it still looks cool.
Report: Rich Johnston's New Best Friend Ike Perlmutter Now Biggest Advocate of X-Men, Fantastic FourBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on September 10, 2015
Johnston has changed his tune, seemingly to a sexy slow jam.
Mysteries deepen, dangers threaten! Tensions just got raised in the Warzone.
The company isn't going to let shoddy quality control ruin player experiences this time for more than four to six months at most!
SPOILERS – He’s playing a cop.
Following the announcement of Marvel's Red Wolf, from the thoughts of presenting a stereotype stems the question: what is the line between offensive and negative stereotypes versus positive portrayal in the sense of cultural pride.
Man Enjoys Visiting Local Comic Shop for Recommendations on What Books to Buy Later That Day on Amazon.By The Professor in News with Benefits on September 9, 2015
Citing the warm atmosphere, helpful staff, and great selection of indie titles, comic fan Dillon Williams said SNIKT! Comics & Coffee of Harrisburg, PA is by far his favorite shop to check out new comics before going home and buying them online.
Atomic Robo returns to print, with tail tucked between legs and skull no longer attached? The super action scientist scrambles to make sense of a world in peril with its heroic robot MIA. Things boom, words science, and English no longer grammars in this opening issue!
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss the Justice League stories from 'The Brave and the Bold' #28-30.
The cat is back… What life is this one?
Man, AMC must be feeling pretty stupid right about now.
If you trust the recommendations of names like Cullen Bunn and Jude Terror, you'll want to drop whatever you're doing and get a copy of this right now!
All covers. All week.
Brian Haberlin helps take comics into the 21st century.
As SHIELD is overrun by the forces of the Regency, Spider-Man learns the crazy truth about Regent!
This week the guys sit down with Ryan Browne creator of God Hates Astronauts.
DC Comics Announces Plan to Boost Sales by Burying All Copies of Next Event in New Mexico Landfill, Waiting 20 Years.By The Professor in News with Benefits on September 9, 2015
Inspired by reports that copies of recently unearthed ‘E.T.’ Atari Games dug up in New Mexico had sold for over $108,000, DC Comics announced plans to follow suit by burying all copies of their next crossover event directly in a landfill. #DCPU
We may not have the answers, but maybe it's time to start asking the question.
"Damn, I guess I really have no clue," the 34-year-old comic fan admitted sheepishly while pointing at Israel.
Deadly Class #16, Injection #5
Basically, just take Superman out entirely.
The IDW / DC Universe cross-over continues.
Architect of Marvel Universe Jonathan Hickman Once Again Upstaged at Hickman Family BBQ by Engineer Cousin.By The Professor in News with Benefits on September 8, 2015
The all-star writer and artist grit his teeth and smiled sheepishly as relatives reminded him that his cousin Phil is an ‘actual’ architect that designed the new TD Bank in downtown Charleston.