We lose another of the founders of Filmation.
You done fucked up now, Marvel.
Nowhere Men finally returns from publishing Limbo!
Marvel's one-word teaser format takes a turn toward the macabre in the latest series of poorly photoshopped images.
The new tv spot is making the rounds and you'll see it all over the boob-tube soon enough, but it was so cool I had to go ahead and share it now.
With Williams and W. Haden Blackman's final issue of Batwoman out this week, Williams muses about the plans the pair didn't get to execute.
A normal family dinner on the moon.
The news is making its way around the blogosphere with far more misleading headlines than this one.
The actor, famous for playing tough lawmen in film, has passed away.
The co-publisher of DC will be appearing on tomorrow's episode of the View. Yes, you read that right.
A new teaser... or did we just ms one?
Will the Marvel Universe change forever, or will it be shaken to it's very foundations? Find out in the Marvel solicits for January 2014! (It was a trick question.)
Secrets, secrets are no fun. Secrets are for everyone!
We might need a new section for stories that are just too stupid for words.
The drums of war begin to beat as Unity approaches!
The director was attacked on set by two men and their motive surprisingly wasn't that he raped their childhoods.
ABC is reportedly considering canceling Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. two times, just for good measure.
A look at all the easter eggs and comic references from last night's episode of Arrow.
So I bet you're wondering what happened to that new episode of South Park tonight?
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
On this episode of the podcast, Eric heads to New York Comic Con and covers everything from Dark Horse to China, IL.
Check out this trailer for the upcoming thriller Non-Stop, which stars Liam Neeson, and Julianne Moore.
Nominees for Rock Hall's 2014 class include Nirvana, N.W.A., and KISS.
Liz Sherman gets reacquainted with her hot self.
Collecting X-O Manowar #5, Quantum and Woody #1, Harbinger #1, Harbinger Wars #2, and Shadowman #0!
While most had a great time at this past weekend's event, there's a very good reason why many others did not.
On this week's episode of View from the Gutters the topic is Ann Nocenti and Art Adam's Longshot, the original mini-series which introduced the fan-favorite character to the Marvel U.
In a blogpost on the 13th Dimension, Waid admits he was partially wrong about his statements about the future of the industry.
RU's pick, and he chose two books. Why? Because he can. You want to do this every week? No really, do you?