Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Screw comics, a hockey team from Ohio made the Stanley Cup Playoffs!
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The comic formerly known as Collider is getting a film adaptation produced by Dark Knight scribe David Goyer.
This week on View from the Gutters, we discuss Annihilation, the 2006 Marvel event that included the return of Starlord to comics.
DC promises that the “New Suicide Squad” is so good they want it out NOW!
Excuse me, Marvel, for not being able to make it to a theater within four days of a movie’s release. Dicks.
A look at the first issue of DC's new weekly Batman series.
The wrestling world is in shock as one of its greatest legends has passed away suddenly at the age of 54.
A very pro-weapons poster is probably also the best pro-Bay you'll have Zechs say about this film.
The network is holding some kind of contest where people on the internet give them ideas for TV shows.
Frank miss DC funny book ever since they take Kyle Baker’s “Plastic Man” away from Frank.
The company will no longer be purchasing boxes from Uline, both showing their support of gay marriage and saving one billion dollars in exorbitant shipping costs.
The writer got his six year old son a job writing Adventure Time comics for BOOM! Studios.
Green Lantern Corps #30, Justice League 3000 #5, The Royals: Masters Of War #3, Superman/Wonder Woman #7
Despite pretty unimpressive numbers, HBO picked up the show for two more seasons.
No, not a comic (at least not yet)...
A Teen Titans Reboot. A Deadly Bee Weapon... Bees. My God.
Can Vincent Krall finally get the girl of his dreams?
The topless Dunham pushes computers on the floor and then guzzles soft serve in the wild Season 3 preview!
Magnus: Robot Fighter #2, Kings Watch #5, Flash Gordon #1
In which Christian Hoffer rambles a bit about small press comics.
"That'll show 'em," said executive producer Mayor McCheese, a man with a giant hamburger for a head.
Archie Press to Kill Off Archie in "Life of Archie" Finale, Outhouse Sets World Record for Most Mentions of Archie in a Single Archieriffic HeadlineBy ThanosCopter in News with Benefits on April 8, 2014
Archie's killing off their iconic redheaded character this summer.
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It's almost like DC Vs Marvel Comics...
Craglorn and Trials will be the first expansion for ESO and it may be just what the game needs.
Fans shocked at scripted end of fictional streak in fixed sport.
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