Arsenal goes to war
A new Digital First series with all-new creative teams and all-new adventure!
Punchy reviews this week's comics, including Avengers Arena, Saga, Infinity, Batman, Uncanny X-Men and more.
A Valiant Entertainment preview
Final issue. Guest artist Kevin Maguire.
Kicks Ass again, but feels like it's pulling some punches.
A new trailer for Dishonored... er, I mean, Thief is out.
A Google Chrome browser warning is appearing on sites with advertising content from Warner Bros., parent company of DC Comics.
Due to a shortage of 3D materials, some of the covers will actually be videos of Rick Astley singing "Never Gonna Give You Up."
Instead of December, the second printing of the 3D covers will come out in February, long since people will have stopped caring.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Zenescope sells out of their print run for Oz #1 with most successful series launch so far.
Leaked images and video show upcoming "Man of Steel" skin for Injustice's General Zod.
Bay's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will now hit theaters on August 8, 2014.
The Killing actress will play the DC character.
Matt Johnson discusses all age comics in the latest installment of his retailer column.
Reading Realms reviews the latest 'Newbury & Hobbes' series of steampunk mystery novels.
FX begins teasing the third season of American Horror Story.
Unaccustomed to accomplishing anything, angst riddled teenagers look for the next non-issue to get emotional over.
Find out how many books will star Wolverine in November from the Marvel Comics solicitations!
WIFE takes over this week as RU protests even recognizing that Marvel sent us a "First Look" at Iron Man #15.
Was it really as bad as some feared?
Is anyone shocked by this at all?
I vant to suck your blood!
The movie may be two years away, but it's never too early to get started on one of these lists.
Ian McDiarmid will appear as a space ghost and maybe he has an apprentice!
On this episode of the podcast, Eric invites Jake Jarvi to come back on to talk about episodes 6 and 7 of his awesome super hero based webseries The Platoon of Power Squadron!
Sean Murphy gives Twitter followers a peek inside DC's editorial process. Hey, at least they spelled his name right!
The end of the British comics magazine was announced on American website Comic Book Resources.