Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
On this episode of the podcast I was joined by aawesome artist, art toy creator and all around awesome creative guy Gus Fink!
The Outhouse will publish an article next week about today's article announcing the premiere of an advertisement in two weeks for a movie that comes out in November.
Marvel and comiXology could soon be embroiled in a dreaded patent war.
The Anaheim, CA convention nobody ever heard of focusing on Asian music, Animation/Anime, and Comics/Manga announced the news today.
The only man that ages better than Patrick Stewart is Wolverine.
Film where Rocky Balboa trains grandson of Apollo Creed in the works, to be directed by Friutvale Station's Ryan Coogler.
Expecting titillating cheesecake, the man was upset to find a compelling story and perfect jumping on point for new readers.
Sure, we talk a little Mind MGMT, but we also cover the important stuff like how he takes his coffee.
We had a chance to sit down with Ian Herring, Collin Kelly, and Jackson Lanzing to talk about Archaia's 'Hacktivist.'
New pictures from the game featuring a plethora of obscure DC characters. Yes, including Stephanie Brown and Cassandra Cain. REJOICE!!
I guess it's a slow news day when I see Hank Pym being confirmed for the Ant-Man movie.
Comics Continuum has the preview
Trinity War - chapter 3
Check out the Comic Con trailer for Larime Taylor's A Voice in the Dark, now an ONGOING from Top Cow!
The famous Flash rogue (known to everyone except Jude) makes his New52 debut!
This guy who isn't Russell Brand will play a member of the Nova Corps alongside John C. Reilly.
We had the opportunity to sit down with Becky Cloonan and talk about Killjoys and more at San Diego Comic-Con.
In an interview with Newsarama, the popular wizard says his Batman Inc. finale will destroy the entire concept of Batman.
Stuntmen from Kick-Ass 2, well... kick ass as they rescue woman during comic-con.
We stole a few minutes of time from Zenescope in the middle of the con floor to find out how their SDCC experience was going and what they have planned in the coming year.
Some pictures of the cosplay and other insanity at San Diego Comic-Con.
In a press release claiming to "congratulate Eisner Awards winners," Marvel really only named their own books.
Reading Realms takes a look at The Crown Tower, a return to the origin of 'Riyria.'
Kol begins his journey into Blackreach in search of another Elder Scroll.
The latest tease of Hercules, in costume.
David Petersen announced the news at the Archaia panel.
Matt Johnson returns with a retailer's thoughts about this year's ComicCon.
Like everything else, it's kind of an abomination.
San Diego Comic-Con was this past weekend, we've got OPINIONS and Kieran goes on record with an almost unbelievable statement with regards to the upcoming Superman/Batman film.