Humanity isn't a prerequisite for heroism.
The Lobster fears no traps!
A look back at the comic references and Easter eggs in last night's episode.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
On this episode of the podcast, Eric is joined by awesome cosplayer/gamer/occasional host of things and youtuber Raychul Moore!
As the ratings for Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. hit another all time low, producers are blaming the pending eruption of the Yellowstone super volcano.
The Bruce Timm animated Batman is back just in time for The Dark Knight's 75th Anniversary.
This week on View from the Gutters, we discuss Saga, by Fiona Staples and Brian K. Vaughan.
And of course, the comics media wants you to swallow it hook, line, and sinker.
DC is searching for artist Jim Lee as Superman Unchained #8 and #9 are cancelled to be resolicited at a later date.
And Arbor Day will never be the same again!
Amazing Spider-Man #1 Sells 500,000 Copies Before Even Being Purchased
Who in their right mind would give up that awesome name to be known as "Toby"?
What's Dan Slott's mom gonna do with those 425,000 copies?
Final round of DC previews on sale April 2
The boyfriend will play Edward Nigma in the upcoming police procedural teen drama.
Since this is April fools day, we'll assume this is a joke and everyone dies in the season opener.
The youngest living fan of pulp heroes is overjoyed to learn that the Sixth Gun and Fearless Defenders scribe will take on one of his favorite characters.
The producers were happy their ending could no longer be called the worst finale of all time.
Disappointing fans who hoped that plans to "Man of Steel" the hero was just a cruel joke, David Goyer really is interested in making another Green Lantern film.
Mark Waid's The Green Hornet #11, Red Sonja #8, The Shadow: Year One #8
New Pink Panther reboot to be centered animated Pink Panther character, and not Inspector Clouseau.
It looks almost like the real thing!
We didn't even know Arrow and The Walking Dead were having a crossover!
The finale drew almost 16 million viewers, all of whom were pissed off at the lack of resolution.
Along with Dark Horse and Scholastic, Image Comics continues to show people that comic books aren’t all spandex, nostalgia, and T&A.
Yes, I know this sourced article was published a week ago.
The polls are open!
More previews of four DC titles on sale April 2
Previews of two Valiant titles on sale April 2.