Hey Nerds! Original Star Trek Newspaper Strips to Be Collected in Hardcover
IDW will collect the first Star Trek newspaper strips in a 264 page, partial color hardcover book.
Will Gwildor Make His Triumphant Return To The Big Screen?
Probably not. However, rumors are in the air that John M. Chu is in talks to helm a live-action Masters of the Universe movie.
Fox Holding Marc Webb for Ransom for Amazing Spider-Man 2
Marc Webb would love to make a Spider-Man sequel, but first he'll have to get by Fox, who wants a two picture deal in exchange.
Peeing in Your Shower: Taking Comics Seriously - All Star Batman & Robin
After some 3 years away, Keb returns with new material for the Outhouse's historic column.
Dr. Horrible's Sing Along Blog to Air on CW; Will Be Canceled Midway Through Broadcast
The cult hit musical will air on Tuesday, October 9 at 9PM on the CW Network, for at least 30 minutes before being canceled right in the middle of a song.
Warner Bros. Running Out of Ways to Screw With Alan Moore, Will Make Before Shining
Alan Moore may not have written The Shining, but Warner Bros. figures the movie is enough of a classic that making a prequel will spite him indirectly.
Funding the Kryptonite: Nothing to Fear But Fear Itself: Recruitment and Training in the Sinestro Corps
How does the embodiment of Fear handle bringing new people on board?
A Humble Apology to the Fans of Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown
The Outhouse would like to issue the following retraction in response to complaints about the use of an unfortunate acronym to describe fans of Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown.
Tony Bedard On Blue Beetle, New Guardians And Third Army
History of the Scarab, and the Oan Guardians Master Plan
Warehouse 13: Nightfly Interviews Brent Spiner and Jack Kenny
Sci-fi icon Brent Spiner and Warehouse 13's showrunner Jack Kenny answer Nightfly's questions about the new season, Brother Adrian and more.
Marvel Launches Sonic Attack on Readers with Civil War Prose Audio Novel
Marvel's Civil War prose novel will be adapted to GraphicAudio... a Movie in Your Mind!
Step Up Revolution Gets Served by Dark Knight Rises at the Box Office
Christopher Nolan's final Batman movie took in $64 million domestically this weekend.