On this episode of the podcast Eric was joined by Anne Cain, awesome artist of amazing things as the two nerd out over comics, movies, giant monsters and horror stuff.
Dinosaur walks back and it might be taking longer to find Dory than they thought.
The company must have felt retailers were receiving too many of these 3D covers.
Valiant is bobbing and weaving in an innovative attempt to break that 1% market share.
Ships go boom, and Vader sparkles like never before in this new review by CajunBean.
Guitarsmashley is back with a brand spanking new #1 from Image: Zero
If not, they certainly should be. I mean, there's nothing wrong with that, right?
New creative team. New story arc. New readers jump on!
Welcome to Torquehalla!
X-O Manowar continues the path to Unity.
What would you do if you woke up in a strange room and didn't know where you were, or what you’d done the night before to get there?
Can Kapitan Haken hook Felix and the Lost Boys before they get away?
We're tired of these mother... nah, not gonna say it.
Drugs and alcohol make some addicts feel like superheros. How does it affect Ruben as he struggles with his addiction to his super powers?
Sega acquires the parent company of Atlus Games.
The darkness will make sex with your corpse long time.
Because our hearts have been begging for a cold-hearted Republican who can lower taxes, brutalize criminals, and rule us like a king to be cast in Expendables 3.
George R.R. Martin says he needs more evil in his A Song of Ice and Fire series and you can thank Breaking Bad.
Daniel Redondo reviews a rapidly rusting issue of Cyber Force. The sterling shine of the opening free arc is starting to fade.
Werewolves are comfortably running New Orleans, but things are about to be shaken up.
A statement from the Image Comics Publisher implies bullying and blackmail at major comics publishers is the motivation for many to leave and do creator owned work.
Because some things just feel... right.
Bethesda has released a new trailer for their horror game The Evil Within in honor of the Tokyo Game Show.
The latest issue of Captain America points to a fascinating new direction for the character.
File this one under 'news we didn't see coming.'
Jeff Kromer looks at the new Image Comics series from Ales Kot and Michael Walsh.
After Matt Murdock's father is murdered in the streets of Hell's Kitchen, he takes to the skies as newly formed acrobatic hero Daredevil.
On this week's episode of View from the Gutters the topic is the trippy Jack Kirby inspired comic, Gødland.
Kyle Benning takes a look back at the classic Conan run!
In the midst of packing, Monday Night Football, and exhaustion, WIFE and RU sit down to interpret four wordless pages from Thor: God of Thunder #14