Virtual reality conquistadors. 'Nuff said.
The first issue of the epic conclusion of a decades long saga!
Kelly C saves a girl. Jon Snow gets a sword. Maester Aemon feeds crows.
Or is it a zombie vampire comic? This is important!
The boys are back in town!
A look at the comic book references from last night's episode.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Evil robots who look like Doctor Doom!
But it sure does look pretty.
The Outhousers review Fred Van Lente and Brian Ching's opening arc of "Conan The Avenger."
On this episode of the podcast Eric was joined by show runner of Bad Teacher (premieres Thursday 9:30 pm eastern on CB), Hilary Winston.
This week on View from the Gutters, we discuss the newly completed series, The Superior Spider-Man.
If you think about it, you're the ones who are sexist.
The premium cable network aims to conquer the sleep aid market with an adaptation of the incredibly boring book.
As desperation to destroy the direct market increases, the company will give out free iPads and offer a 50% off sale this weekend.
An odd strategy from Marvel in these July solicits.
Now, if only the Cubs could reboot their continuity at the end of every season.
PreviewsWorld is very good at spoiling Marvel's C2E2 announcements.
It's Legend....wait for it....ARY!
Fight The Patriarchy
It's the "who cares about creative teams, we've got Wonder Girl's bewbs" edition of the DC solicits!
Newsarama stole our shtick, so we're stealing theirs right back.
Can we all agree, fake or not, that "Vox Day" is a stupid name?
Want to know who's writing DC's September comics? TOO BAD.
Anyone who's heard of Betteridge's Law of Headlines knows the answer.
It's like they wrote it just for us.
Spoilers if you haven't seen last night's episode yet.
Egan Names Three More in Singer Sex Abuse Lawsuit, Including Masters of the Universe Director Gary GoddardBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on April 22, 2014
Michael Egan's lawyer named Garth Ancier, David Neuman and Gary Goddard as part of a "Hollywood sex ring."
Snyder has had enough of fans talking trash about his neck-snapping, city-destroying Man of Steel, and he's not going to take it anymore!
At the DC All Access panel at WonderCon, artist and Co-Publisher Jim Lee reveals that he's still sort of working on the beloved series.