C2E2 Interview: Erik Burnham Talks Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary, Old Familiar Faces, and an Enemy ReturningBy Zechs in Features on May 7, 2014
Zechs interviews Erik Burnham, writer of IDW's Ghostbusters ongoing about the series, the plethora of characters, the franchise's 30th Anniversary, and the return of an old foe.
You have the right to remain silent... FOREVER!!! AGAIN!!!
Vader? Ahoska? Ventress? Hondo? Pic related? Perhaps, but the only way you're going to know is by clicking the link.
Someone said something negative on the internet! Sound the alarms!
Better luck next year to the accomplished actress.
Marvel is considering replacing all new episodes of the TV show with the crudely animated trailer.
After years of boring covers and shiny codpieces, the superstar artist remembered that he has talent.
The HD trailer will premier tonight during the first episode of 24: Live Another Day, or you can just watch it here.
The Sentinel of Liberty (or at least a guy who played him at Universal Studios) was arrested for sending dick pics to a 16 year old girl.
Bendis on Cancerverse survivors? Oh No-va!
Game of Thrones: Now with 150% more Wu Tang!
The former head of Marvel Studios took issue with an article crediting Kevin Feige with Marvel's success and claiming Arad resigned over a financial disagreement.
Using DeFalco as a backup EiC while the company moves to Burbank is one of the dystopian future consequences DC's heroes hope to change.
The former National Security Advisor and Secretary of State will not give the speech because DC's Free Comic Book Day offering was so crappy.
The new allegations claim Singer drugged and assaulted a seventeen year old British man.
The film has either failed to live up to expectations or blown them away, depending on who you ask.
The polls are open!
May the Fourth be with you!
The actor most remembered to geeks as Alfred on Batman: The Animated Series and Doctor Octopus has passed away at the age of 95.
In the sixth episode of View from the Gutter's bonus series, The Long Run, we discuss Invincible, by Robert Kirkman.
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a bacon man with a bacon mustache!
A somewhat stream-of-conciousness attempt to recap a discussion that's taken place over the last month across all of fandom.
The Operative? Alive? And working with Mal and the crew? Surely not!
Ok, that may have come out wrong. What we want to know is what free comics you picked up today!
Madame Frankenstein #1, Fatale #22, Aphrodite IX #10, Satellite Sam #8, Alex + Ada #6
Green Arrow #31, The New 52: Futures End #1, Batman Eternal #5, Detective Comics #31, Batman/Superman #10, The Wake #8, Aquaman And The Others #2, Green Lantern #31, Earth 2 #23, Justice League 3000 #6, Fairest #26
Dragonball Z is back on Toonami May 24th. It may not be the actual show, but it's a start.
Furious and Perfidia throw down!
Valiant's newest title debuts this week from Matt Kindt and Clayton Crain.
Will Devokees returns to the Outhouse, campaigning for an audition as Matt Murdock. What do you say, Marvel?!