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George R. R. Martin, Michael Douglas, 22 Jump Street Directors Decry Edgar Wright's Ant-Man DepartureBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on June 6, 2014
Pretty much everyone can see it was stupid of Marvel to drive Wright off a movie he worked on for eight years.
Detective Comics #32, Worlds' Finest #24, Superboy #32, Batman Eternal #10, Infinity Man And The Forever People #1, Justice League United #2, Superman/Wonder Woman #9, The New52: Futures End #6, Batgirl #32, Green Lantern Corps #32
Marvel Shocker: Ellis and Shalvey Discuss Leaving Moon Knight Run, Shalvey to Take Break from Monthly ComicsBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on June 6, 2014
If you're looking for closure on this issue, we can give you some of that.
Blunt is rumored to be in talks for the role in Superman v. Batman: Dawn of Justice.
All-New Ultimates #3, Avengers Undercover #5, Captain Marvel #4, Deadly Hands Of Kung-Fu #2, Hulk #4, She-Hulk #5, Original Sins #1, Uncanny X-Men Special #1
Also, he needs your money to save some wolves.
Okay, that's pretty damn cool.
The last human must survive in a mutated dystopia, but don't worry, it's more fun than it sounds.
That way, no one will be able to read it and find ways to complain about its poor choices.
DC celebrates a VERY revised history of Batman for his 75th anniversary. It makes one wonder if there are any history majors at the company.
A mechano-samurai battling against lovecraftian horrors. What more do you need!
Why did Charlotte and Rowan choose to join the trip to the Chandelier? Who were they before they boarded the space shuttle Clarke?
If only they could figure out how to put chromium hologram variant covers on movies.
If you're a worthless piece of crap that hasn't been reading it in single issue format, now's your chance to redeem yourself.
The My Chemical Romance singer will be writing an installment of the five issue miniseries.
Archer & Armstrong #21, Armor Hunters #1, Bloodshot And H.A.R.D. Corps #23
Season 2 of the Toonami-exclusive anime is coming a lot sooner than expected.
If you're feeling ashamed of yourself after reading Slate.com today, The Outhouse is here to save you from your own cultural inadequacy.
Stoning is magic.
The co-creator of Batman will finally be credited in a re-release of Batman's first appearance.
This story could HSK into something pretty huge!
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
We've been waiting for a good opportunity to get rid of a lot of these, and we finally have our chance!
Smart-ass "misunderstood" teenagers in space? No wonder the government's trying to shoot them down.
The company stated that several products featuring the iconic character would be available soon.
The new creative team will take over in September.
Hasbro has a new video uploaded that showcases their new one-step Transformer that's tailored for every viewer who has seen a Michael Bay Transformer movie.
SURPRISE! It's not who you want it to be, and only people forty years old and over are likely to recognize her.
This week on View from the Gutters, we discuss the critically acclaimed Persepolis, by Marjane Satrapi.