The TV DC universe adds some character.
Drift with the Rift maaaaannn…
In related news, Todd McFarlane announces that Spawn is still being published.
This may be the snarkiest thing I've ever seen, and I write for the goddamn Outhouse.
More Image announcements from SDCC.
Only amateurs announce a single book at Image's pre-San Diego Comic Con Image Expo!
A photograph of Ben Affleck's Batman Cowl, on display at San Diego Comic Con, has been posted to the web.
The Moon Knight creative team reunites for a creator owned series.
Only available tonight, preview night.
What did the pipebomb dropping publisher have to say to piss off the rest of the industry this year?
Nickelodeon has apparently pulled the last five episodes of Book 3, after a new episode airs this week.
Methinks the Outhouse's owner will love this series.
No need to squint for this one.
More fantasy comics from Image coming soon!
After a 3 week hiatus the Why I Love Comics podcast is back!
Check out these great pencil sketches and the DC guest-stars
If you like Norse gods and drinking, you'll probably enjoy this book.
The new series will exist in Brandon Graham's "8House" world.
It's as if these announcements are lining up with some sort of convention or something.
Another Image Expo announcement.
The series was announced at Image Expo.
A new "gothic" sci-fi horror series, coming from Image in winter 2014.
The new series was announced at Image Expo.
We don't need another pos-ter! We don't-- oh alright.
Fresh from development hell, the movie gets a date assigned.
This week on View from the Gutters we discuss Rocket Girl, Vol. 1 — the 80s-awesome sci-fi comic by Amy Reeder and Brandon Montclare.
Universal Cable Productions to Make Buttload of Comic Book TV Shows Including Five Ghosts, Night Mary, Unnamed Warren Ellis ProjectBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on July 23, 2014
Sure to be the first of many comic book TV show announcements for this weekend.
You can actually get your hands on these non-character specific posters!
Witness the Smaug-y details…
Anxious to prove that their Amazing Spider-Man movies aren't already due for a reboot, Sony announced the release dates for two more movies.