They're really going for the comedy angle on this one.
The Jonah Hex actor has been tapped to be the great admirer of Death.
A non-profit based out of Mississippi has announced that it is shutting down after its practices were questioned.
Rolland Emmerich and Dean Devlin to envision new trilogy based on original Stargate film.
Instead, DC employees will get digital download codes.
Because the tiny niche of people who read comics will forget the franchise exists and not see the movie, obviously.
Teach your kids some neck-snapping values as you feed them a heart-stopping dinner!
In related news, Clark Gregg thinks Clark Gregg should get a few extra paychecks.
In what is possible the biggest story of the day, the publisher will produce graphic novels based on the works of JIM BUTCHER!
In what is possible the biggest story of the day, the publisher will produce graphic novels based on the works of PATRICIA BRIGGS!
In what is possible the biggest story of the day, the publisher will produce graphic novels based on the works of BRANDON SANDERSON!
In what is possible the biggest story of the day, the publisher will produce graphic novels based on the works of DEAN KOONTZ!
A review of the first issue of 2000AD's new miniseries.
The "curve of underbreast" was too much for the Motion Picture Association of America to handle, but for comic book fans, it's too little.
The reporter will allow the over-the-top TV network to perform degrading sexual acts with his body if they proceed with plans to pick up the cult-favorite show.
The licensing rights to Shaft that is.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
The classic BBC science fiction series original 1963-1989 run to air on Retro TV.
Marcus continues tripping balls across the Las Vegas strip. But, unbeknownst to him, there are not one but two miscreants after him with murder on the mind.
A new character? DC knows this is comics, right?!
Burton wants to raise ONE MILLION DOLLARS in funding to bring back the beloved kids show... again!
This week on View from the Gutters, we discuss Avengers Forever, by Kurt Busiek.
It's the big throwdown showdown!
The revolutionary purveyor of (don't call them) digital comics continues its quest for world domination!
The White House is in full damage control mode after a press release spoiled both the blockbuster superhero movie and the identity of the Kabul station chief.
Settle in, folks. It's a long one, but a good one!
Fans are excited about the random collection of heroes.
Woe be to all creators who even think about using his technology the way he uses it.
The character made her first New 52 appearance this week in Nightwing #30.
El Presidente has the scoop!