CBR camera teams will be on site to record all the hard hitting journalistic type questions no one will bother to ask.
More details from Egan's allegations are revealed, and the question of "why wait until now" is addressed.
DC's third weekly series will presumably spin out of the Five Years Later September event.
A look back at all the references from last week's episode.
Previews of two Valiant titles on sale April 23
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
The lawsuit alleges that the X-Men director assaulted a seventeen year old boy in 1999.
So you want to see all twenty-six episodes of this animated show? Well you're going to need a Amazon Prime account.
The hiatus-prone show is returning on Toonami May 10th.
The Bruce Timm/Darwyn Cooke joint venture on an all new short featuring Batman Beyond.
The top five lowest rated are also the top five latest, which can't be a good sign. (HERE BE SPOILERS)
On this episode of the podcast, Eric heads to PAX East to play games, talk with interesting game developers and more.
I’m beginning to think that I am not all that good of a comic book journalist as this makes two things I just found out about today.
Thanks to this rumor, The Outhouse will reap countless unique hits from searches for images of both Tatum's and Gambit's nude chests.
It's a day ending in Y, which means a studio has optioned another Mark Millar comic for a movie adaptation.
The years since she ended the Harry Potter series haven't been kind to J.K. Rowling, it seems.
This week on View from the Gutters, we discuss Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, the classic Frank Miller story that redefined the Batman.
I hope Brett Booth finds this review, it could use the press.
OUTRAGE! OUTRAGE! RESET THE COUNTER FOR ANNOUNCING A TITLE!
Yes, this implies I knew there was to be a "Venom" movie.
Oooooh! The Blood Moon! Scaaaaary! Wait, what's the blood moon?
There's two sides to every story; never let it be said that The Outhouse isn't fair and balanced.
All 2014 nominees are now officially on the satirical website's 2014 shit list.
Sinestro #1, Trinity Of Sin: Pandora #10, Batwoman #30, Birds Of Prey #30, Justice League #29, Wonder Woman #30
A large and rambling recap of last weekend's Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo
The Dawn of the Autobots begins!
This...actually might be the coolest premise for a DC comic I've heard of in a while.
The film will star Michael Keaton, Zack Galifianakis, Emma Stone and Naomi Watts, and will not be about the real Birdman.
Citing "fool me twice, shame on me," readers are taking the announcement about the long-awaited series with a grain of salt.