Continuing the trend of promoting diversity in comics, Marvel has released a teaser for an upcoming event called Minimum Carnage.
An interview with Ann Nocenti on Newsarama reveals some juicy information about the DCnU.
Marvel and Capcom welcome you back to the Stage of History with the release of two Classic Fighting Games.
Cheetah to become a major villainous force in 2012 and beyond
io9 lays down some cold hard opinion about the state of superheroes.
In which something weird happens to Gael Garcia Bernal and Hani Furstenberg in the mountains.
Kathryn Leigh Scott, who starred in and wrote a book about the vampire soap opera Dark Shadows, will be at the Hermes Press, Booth #1821 at San Diego Comic Con...
Oni has released their schedule for San Diego Comic Con. Check it out, and don't forget to pick up a sweet exclusive Scott Pilgrim Evil Edition hardcover!
Make sure to wear baggy pants at San Diego Comic Con if you're planning on picking up some of these NSFW Aspen Comics exclusive prints and comics.
Though it's raking in the dough, was there really a larger story cut from the Amazing Spider-Man? One blogger thinks so and has the evidence to prove it.
Marvel CCO Joe Quesada changes his opinion on Marvel cosmic, loves Rocket Raccoon!
Check out the first look at the cover to Uncanny Avengers #1, the Marvel NOW book launching in October by Rick Remender and John Cassaday!
Black Lightning creator Tony Isabella posted a blog update responding to questions about his thoughts on Black Lightning appearing in the upcoming DC Universe Presents story arc.
DC announces four new Annuals available October 31
"Joe Kubert Presents" begins October 31
Today is Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Waterson's birthday.
The Comic Book History of Comics has sold out and is going back to press for a second printing.
Check out the cover to the follow-up to Harry Potter from J.K. Rowling.
Onward, into the future with Top Shelf! The publisher announces some of their classics, namely American Elf and and The Surrogates, making their digital debuts!
Suddenly, Detective Comics isn't a superfluous book!
Marvel confirms a fourth Marvel Now! series.
On this episode of the podcast, I was joined by the very awesome and talented...
BroNYcon rolls on to it's second and last day. Could Sunday ever hope to reach the highs of Saturday? Click the link to find out.
The Office scribes Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky are out, and an as-yet-unrevealed new team is in, according to disgraced actor Dan Aykroyd.
Amazing Spider-Man is not expected to top The Avengers' opening weekend box office gross.
Yes, it's that time again, time for TWiP! This week your humble host brings you his scintillating opinions on a wide range of comics, from Amazing Spider-Man to Fatale, from Batman Incorporated to The Ultimates, it's all good.
"It got shot up. The dial's GONE"
Black and Blue in the DCU
Menachem Luchins has an idea for a new type of comic book store, and he's taking to Kickstarter to help him get it up and running.
Entertainment Weekly (aka. EW) strikes again, this time featuring news about a new Marvel One-Shot movie that will be shown at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) this year.
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