Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
And Major Nelson doesn't like it.
While the title is a bit misleading, we're not making this up.
At some point, while I wasn't paying attention, these went from laughingstock to pop culture phenomenon.
In an editorial for the New York Times, the Russian leader voiced his concerns that Affleck was the right choice to play the Dark Knight.
On this episode of the podcast, Eric and Jeremy sit down and talk about collecting Starman issues versus reading digitally, the better material of the new 52, Brian Michael Bendis strongest work,some New York Comic Con planning, whether or not Marvel will ever reboot and just so much more!
The comics industry just wants to party all the time party all the time party all the tiiiiiiime.
After the failure that was Week 395's Free-For-All, Stephen Day returns with with Captain America #11
As penance for all the laughs we've had mocking Marvel and DC, everyone needs to buy at least two of these.
Kyle Benning takes a look at the classic Crime Syndicate story JLA: Earth 2.
The book will follow the youth of the Marvel Universe through the fallout from Infinity.
The film beats a hasty retreat from powerhouse sequels like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Star Wars Episode 7, and Independence Day.
The lawsuit was part of Marvel's celebrated Marvel LATER line of creator-screwing litigation.
We had trouble coming up with a good angle for this story. We felt the joke could really use more BITE.
A full, clear poster featuring Legendary Pictures' take on the King of the Monsters was sighted at a licensing expo in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Thirsting for some Legend of Korra? Well Nickelodeon might possibly quench it with a new trailer.
Which of these creative teams will still be on the books by the time they come out?! Find out in DC's December solicits!
As a #FireDidio hashtag gets some traction on Twitter, The Outhouse bucks the trends and comes to the beleaguered executive's defense!
The comics publisher threatens to overturn traditional mathematics with two new text based decimals.
We're breaking the rules again this week as Kieran starts off the show with some uncharacteristic un-enthusiasm towards DC Comics.
...which explains that it's a planned and amicable exit, and the pair will be on a new DC book starting March 2014.
In the Man Bites Dog department, a DC creator exits a book amicably. Of course, he's also the CCO.
'On The Sidelines'
DC has released a preview of covers and solicit information for select titles
On this week's episode of View from the Gutters the topic is the classic Batman: The Killing Joke, by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland.
A 5 page preview of 'Heart Of Darkness'
We... have nothing negative to say about this. This feels... wrong...
With Batman gone, The Riddler engages in an epic game of wits.
The company is considering legally changing it's name to Image Home of Six Harvey Award Winning Saga Comics Inc.
Select issues of the second wave of NOW! titles will come with digital codes for the first collection of those series.