Teen Titans: Futures End #1, Wonder Woman: Futures End #1, Superman/Wonder Woman: Futures End #1, Batman And Robin: Futures End #1, The Multiversity: The Society Of Super-Heroes: Conquerors Of The Counter-World #1, The New52: Futures End #20
The polls are open!!!
Honesty in advertising! We like it!
The Life After #3, The Sixth Gun: Days Of The Dead #2
To all those people complaining we never do any hard-hitting journalism, this one's for you.
An update on yesterday's top story.
Desperate BOOM! Studios Turns to Readers to Pitch New Mark Waid / J.G. Jones Comic and Other BOOM! NewsBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on September 13, 2014
At last week's Baltimore Comic Con, BOOM! announced a new series from the creators. Now they just need an idea for one.
Guardians of the Galaxy Crosses $300M, Offers Last Opportunity to Get Hits for Guardians of the Galaxy Before Blu Ray ReleaseBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on September 13, 2014
The comics media gets one last weekend of pageviews for Guardians of the Galaxy as the film crosses another milestone.
Unity #11, The Delinquents #2, Armor Hunters: Bloodshot #3
The short answer: no, and The Wrap are a bunch of dumbasses.
Draw your own conclusions...
File this one under "no shit, Sherlock."
Bravo, Detroit car thieves. Bravo.
That James Franco! Always messing around!
All-New X-Men #32, Avengers World #13, Daredevil #8, Edge Of Spider-Verse #2, Savage Hulk #4, Thor: God Of Thunder #25, Superior Spider-Man #33
Andrew Garfield Claims There Was a Good Version of Amazing Spider-Man 2, You Just Didn't Get to See ItBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on September 12, 2014
Ooooooh, so that's why it stunk!
Well, kinda sorta, in one specific comic, set far in the future...
A shirtless Dick Grayson may be making his way to basic cable soon!
Kung-Fu! Kaiju! And an Arabic Ninja! This is the reason comic books are a thing.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Jason Aaron and Jason Latour wrap up their first arc, and I tell you why this series is worthy of your attention.
Then maaaaaaybe you'll see *something*. Maybe.
It's not just the comic book industry that lives in the past.
Shockingly, Brevoort doesn't appreciate Johnston's press coverage that is sometimes critical of Marvel.
This week on View from the Gutters we discuss Batman: Knightfall, the classic Batman event that introduced Bane.
Even the promotional pictures can't hide the show's fear of being cancelled this year.
The comic book community is recovering from a nasty shock when one of 31 books reviewed at the popular site this week scored lower than a 6.
This photo shows off the Batmobile's giant guns.