We have nothing mean to say about this one.
Marvel knows you want more Deadpool, so he will be going Infinite.
After what seems like ages since they announced they had the rights in 2009, Marvel will finally publish some old Miracleman stuff that people actually want to read.
The feral mutant will also do his best not to murder a bunch of orphans.
The publisher will team up with Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey parent Feld Entertainment for a worldwide tour called Marvel Universe Live.
The Star Wars: Rebels panel showed off a villain for the show, the Inquisitor, plus more details about the show revealed!!!
After Matt Fraction pulls a J. Michael Straczynski and loses interest in the franchise, James Robinson picks up the slack!
Ales Kot and Garry Brown will serve as creative team on the new series announced at Marvel's 'Events, Events, and More Events' panel at New York Comic Con today.
Marvel announced a new Ghost Rider series at the "Events, Events, and More Events" panel at New York Comic Con today.
Slott will somehow find time in his busy schedule of political tweeting to write a Silver Surfer series.
What surprises are the Turtles in for in Season 2? The NYCC Panel sheds some light.
The show's final episodes are finally finished and will be shown sometime next year.
Zach Whedon to write canonical follow up to movie.
Just when you thought it was safe, yet another trailer for Legendary Pictures Godzilla has leaked.
Star Trek on TV? What a crazy idea.
Sorry Jacob fans, these sound like the real deal.
Oppenheimer, Oppenheimer. Hmmmmmmm.
IDW has announced two new Artist Editions, featuring seminal comic runs from DC Comics.
A Theremin would be a great soundtrack to accompany this comic.
An instant classic in the making, one of the year's top comics.
I wish someone would collect the memories of me reading this from my brain.
Lobdell announced that Superboy was dying on yesterday's Superman panel. But is he kidding?
The series features a cancer patient and a heroin addict fighting vampires.
Due to a mistake at the printer, a new comic book from IDW, Bad Ass, does not star Golden Age heroes.
Well, Grimmfest is over for another year.
As we head into the weekend at New York Comic Con, check out all the news The Outhouse reported on yesterday.
Bruce Timm and Darwyn Cooke are collaborating in bringing the show back as a DC Nation short for Batman's 75th Anniversary.
Resurrecting the horror of 90s...
Yo! Roll Out!
And Scott Snyder is the one to bring her back.