Batgirl #34, Birds Of Prey #34, Justice League United #4, Superman/Wonder Woman #11, New 52: Futures End #15, Batman #34, Worlds' Finest #26, Green Lantern Corps #34
In which I foolishly try to broach the subject of race in comics on the internet.
Despite being panned by critics and anyone with sense, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles looks like it will beat Guardians of the Galaxy this weekend.
Get ready to become irrationally angry at a meaningless list of comic books!
The man whose film whose company gave us terribly bad (yet so freaking awesome) movies has passed away.
Those jocks better watch out if they don't want to get their necks snapped like Zod.
Demon fights, a lover's quest, and totally rad psychedelic art set up what promises to be a great new mini-series.
An epic battle on splash page after splash page.
In an attempt to cut their losses, IDW is trying to get rid of all their digital TMNT comics before Bay's movie ruins the franchise forever. BUT WILL THEY BE TOO LATE?!
Just what we needed - another True Blood ripoff!
The newest movie of TMNT fights well in the Bay film-making style? But now it faces the Zechs!
“I just assumed it was some weird post modern internet art that I just didn’t ‘get.’” ~RU
Marvel Provides Free Guardians of the Galaxy Screening, Collectible Swag to U.S. Troops in AfghanistanBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on August 8, 2014
Afghanistan is the new comic con.
MacLachlan will play Skye's dad in the second season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Unity #10, Archer & Armstrong #23
This is just too awesome for words.
Could this be a hint of an upcoming plot for 'The Flash'?
With an ever-expanding sun cooking up Earth's surface, the last vestiges of humanity have built massive cities under the ocean for safety. We follow the Caine family as they desperately search for a new home among the stars before the sun incinerates one of the last safe havens on Earth.
Like, at all. Ever.
On this episode of the podcast Eric is joined by Pairings creators Ed Robinson and Jodie Younse!
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Well, *somebody* had to take Queen's side.
In a press release announcing their Humble Bundle, BOOM! Studios is anything but.
Gail gets her first taste of the real world!
Another attack on innocent job creators by bloodsucking parasites who outrageously want to be paid in exchange for labor.
This week on View from the Gutters we discuss Hawaiian Dick: Byrd of Paradise, by B. Clay Moore and Steven Griffin.
The explosive second to last issue!
The company has announced a new superhero movie franchise with 8 planned sequels.
That sound you hear is WB's car careening off the road after losing the May 6 standoff.
The artist had previously used DMCA takedowns and legal threats to attack blogs that criticized him.