No, really, the idea of this is skeeving me out.
… and tumblr has a sad.
The diminutive residents of Oz rejoiced upon hearing that Aaron would be ending the gushing Wolverine love fest known as Wolverine and the X-Men
The comic book publisher is reportedly suffering from an addiction to releasing awesome new comics.
ZeniMax/Bethesda registered a website with a counter on it, clues may hint toward the next Fallout.
By a stunning coincidence the Guardians of the Galaxy movie comes out in 2014 too!
Knock knock! Who's there? Wolverine and the X-Men is canceled!
Is JJ Abrams latest tweet a confirmation that a good robot will be in the next Star Wars?
"It's not a great week, but I guess I'll go with Umbral #1 from Image" A ringing endorsement if I ever heard one
Rumor says Jackie Earle Haley auditioned for a mystery role in Batman vs. Superman and didn't get it.
In a surprising twist, Jackman says they have some "really cool ideas" for the next Wolverine film.
Thanks a lot, Obama!
Armstrong and Ivar go on the bar crawl to end all bar crawls.
Hungry for some Doctor Who? Well, the BBC will hook you up with "The Night of the Doctor", the prequel to the 50th Anniversary's "Day of the Doctor" special!!
Romero reveals he had been approached to direct episodes of The Walking Dead and talks about his current project with Marvel.
Abe Sapien Is One Step Closer To Xibalba!
A look at the comic references and Easter Eggs from last night's episode.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Will the man with the best haircut in the DCU be able to save us from that murderous alien?
This week on the podcast Eric was joined by Dennis Calero!
The cartoonist makes accusations involving the convention hotel room scandal first reported a few weeks ago.
This has got to be the funniest damn thing I've seen this week.
Shailene Woodley shines in the next teen-fiction movie hit coming to theaters: Veronica Roth's Divergent.
The epitome of superheroism to join supervillain team, use gun in new series.
Jeff Kromer wanted to like Unity #1, and he might have if it had been X-O Manowar #19.
Seeing that the increased quality of the show has brought falling ratings, Marvel hopes to reverse the process by making the show crappier.
Don't make the mistake I did - that's Joe Hill, not Jonah Hill.
Not that Daily Show. Tim Daly. Come watch voice actors spout lines at each other in this weird day dream.
A look at all the comic book references (and there actually are some) from last night's episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
I'm rooting for the villain this time.