An upcoming Marvel NOW project and what else might be coming to Marvel.
A shorter show than usual this week as Kieran had a gig to go, and the lads find themselves picking the same thing for a few different topic.
Especially if you don't stay for the credits.
Self inflicted stupidity now 5th most common cause of death in the world
Reports back: harder habit to kick than heroin
Vampirates vs Samurai. October is packed with 5 weeks of awesome. Enjoy this 9 page preview!
Fans prematurely celebrated when Lobdell stated he had been fired from DC, only to learn it was a joke.
Has Hollywood done something stupid today?
After holding out for five years, the man has finally given in to the pressure from friends and relatives, deciding to give the show a chance next Sunday.
Just like the bible, this story is made up too.
The polls are open!
The popular animated show will be moving from Nickelodeon to Nick Toons starting in October. UPDATE**
The DCU is unleashed in the latest entry to the Scribblenauts franchise.
The track listing for Batman: Arkham Origins has just gone up. Does it reveal another assassin or just a few more foes for Batman to handle?
Brace Yourself: Death is coming.
Niam Suggitt runs the gauntlet with this week's comics, including the last lot of Villain's Month stuff, a load of Image Comics goodness, the final issue of Gambit, more of Infinity and more X-Men crossover madness. Oh yeah.
For anyone else, announcing to operating systems, innovative controllers and more would be huge news, but when you are Valve it's known simply as "Not Half-Life 3."
A new modern fantasy series from Image Comics.
Some of comics best talent come together for another round of genius.
For a soulless, corporate mega-site, they were actually pretty okay.
In an extravagant display of excess, Marvel casually releases half a dozen variants for the second month of the X-Men crossover at one time.
Marvel lied, bloggers cried.
After a relentless assault of Marvel Now 2 teasers this week, the comics media is glad for a weekend respite.
Remember a few days ago we posted a really crappy quality leak of the SDCC Avengers 2 teaser? Well, a good version is officially out and here it is.
Though often heralded for its scientific doodle accuracies, the show rarely gets specific in the comic world, but all that changed last night.
Bethesda released a new trailer for their horror game The Evil Within today, offering a longer look at the gameplay.
WB has sold a Constantine TV show to NBC, as the number of DC Comics television shows continues to grow!
On this episode of the podcast, Eric was joined by show creator of the Hot Package (premieries October 3rd on Adult Swim) Derrick Beckles.
What will happen when Marko and Alana finally meet their idol, author D. Oswald Heist?