Other comics "news" sites reported it, so we felt we had to as well.
In truth, all who exist are involved in the game...
The Griotvine reviews Not So Super Comics' new release: Humanescent. A brilliant anthology featuring diverse artists collecting comic stories about being human.
It's Invasion of the Body Snatchers meets CSI:NY with a Lovecraftian director.
Some things seem like a great idea at the time.
It has been sprayed in every corner and no area is safe. We also use the term "plot" VERY loosely because has there ever been a true coherent plot in any of these live-action films?
It’s the F*@king Clone Saga’s 20th Anniversary. On an Unrelated Note; Here’s a "Dead No More" Teaser.By GHERU in News with Benefits on June 14, 2016
The font looks really familiar.
Covers and available pages for Poison Ivy #6, Justice League #51, Titans: Rebirth #1, Green Arrow #1
The United State of Women summit can surely benefit from the wisdom of the comics industry.
Critics warn that the game may go “too far” in its quest for realism.
"Reveals" here might be a bit of an exaggeration, as might be "photos."
Voltron and Wizard World Philadelphia. Con and bots this episode. Listen in!
An older Spider-Man, apparently wearing suspenders…
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Strange Tales #188, Sub-Mariner #26, Uncanny Tales #12, Dagar the Invincible #17.
The history-spanning saga reaches it's conclusion.
Try making it through this ADULT coloring book from Chuck Palahniuk.
He is now one of the greats.
But the biggest losers of all, as usual, are the fans.
Oh yeah and get a glimpse of the lead Moana too.
The polls are open!!!
$3.99 and $5.99 first looks for Amazing Spider-Man #14, Civil War II #2, Uncanny X-Men #8
Previews for two Titan Comics titles on sale June 15.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Superman #298,301,304, and the King Reading Library #R-08.
REPORT: Archie Gives Up, Will Just Publish Existing Issues of "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" AgainBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on June 11, 2016
The company will no longer bother trying to make new issues of the constantly late comic.
While not thematically similar, Scarlet also has a slow and erratic release schedule likely to be overtaken by the TV show.
Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.
Because even islands of criminals need a good supply of porn comics.
With apologies to Edward Gorey
Choi will have some big shoes to fill as the world's next power-tripping administrative asshole.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Doctor Strange #174, and Iron Man #9. New episodes of Comic Reflections (usually) appear twice each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!