This is a totally new creative team, we swear.
This week on View from the Gutters the topic is Loaded Bible, Book 1: The Jesus vs. Vampires Gospels by Tim Seeley
The pair will play Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver.
Come talk about the latest episode of The Walking Dead with us!
Vertigo's hot mini-series continues. Part 5 of 6: 'Sleeping Flames'
R2-D2 and Winnie-the-Pooh are among the characters who deserve to be in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
The polls are open!
The season four opener begins with a quest! All the quests!
"Talking to yourself" takes on a whole new meaning when you're a Time Lord
Seven sci-fi movies that deserve more fans. (In no particular order)
How shared will DC's "shared universe" really be?
Is Bethesda gearing up for Fallout 4 or are anxious fans victim of an elaborate prank?
Much like the PS4, the XBox One had a hugely successful launch with a small percentage of issues.
A story less fictional than those of middle-earth, but perhaps no less amazing.
Smoig.... Smoweg... Don't you just love the pronunciation for Smaug?
We might see a desolation of bricks in 2014.
The winner will be hired as the next bungling DC executive for a ridiculous salary and the opportunity to alienate fans and creators.
RU totally lost track of the days of the week.
Niam reviews this weeks comics, including one by the notorious Brian Wood. CONTROVERSY! GIVE ME HITS! SEXISM! MISOGYNY! ETC!
Todd and The Marxist go to hell!
The Indy Showcase is back with another segment of A Poet's Mind by Poet/Author Alex Ness.
The Crow remake is gearing up, with more casting rumors coming to light.
George R.R. Martin's world of ice and fire is rumored as the next IP for makers of The Walking Dead episodic video game Telltale.
The Daily Mail reports that the presumed lost 1964 Doctor Who serial "Marco Polo" has been recovered.
Many consider the Superman rights lawsuit to be finished.
The new Moon Knight series will be released in March.
Another DC property headed to the big screen for Warner Bros.
An art book listed on Amazon has revealed the King of Monsters design for the Legendary Pictures movie relaunch.
Jeremy Roberts has 74 comics credits to his name, including some for DC.