Say No to Five Dollar Comics: Five Comics to Buy for Less than Five Bucks on January 28, 2015 (Skipped a Week Edition)By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on January 28, 2015
The comic industry's most frugal column is back after an accidental one week hiatus!
Free will comes with the burden of consequences.
How far would you go to save the one you love?
Love triangles, card games turned comics, and unseen twists!
DC Does Something Right (Probably): Solicits Norm Breyfogle Batman Hardcover Collection to (Hopefully) Benefit Ailing CreatorBy Jude Terror in News with Benefits on January 28, 2015
Legends of the Dark Knight: Norm Breyfogle Vol. 1 has been rushed for a July release, according to reports.
A look back at all the comic book references and Easter eggs from last night's show.
Update: Felicia Day continues to Exist
Effigy #1, Bodies #7
Funko stands to shake the pillars of heaven with their latest Reaction line of figures.
Was the lack of an appearance in Justice League: War worth it for Aquaman to net himself this spotlighted sequel tale? Or should it be cast back into the sea?
Shut up and take my money!
Well, we finally know what time Kill La Kill is airing next week. Unfortunately, we now know Toonami will be soon missing another two hours on-top of the previous hour being cut this week.
There's no other explanation for why anyone would say nice things about the upcoming cinematic disaster.
Or was his account hacked?
CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICK!!!11
The cast has been chosen for the upcoming Ghostbusters reboot.
The Sherlock, Star Trek, and Doctor Strange megastar apologized for using outdated terminology to address an important issue.
The pony-loving man is speaking out against the exploitation of his beloved cartoon characters.
A tale as old as time...
Eat crow, comic book media!
Can Michael Bay resist the challenge?
It's a dimensional shocker as Simon Kinberg and Josh Trank say unalarming things about the Fantastic Four movie!
Casted… like lightning!
Issues 1-5 of Spread offer gory action, apocalyptic terror, and pure joy. Trade-wait at your own risk!
Marvel's most popular digital superhero has been used to change the message of bigoted advertisements on MUNI busses.
The headline pretty much says it all.
For comic book fans who are tired of not knowing what their wrestling fan friends are bitching about.
The super-hero TV market keeps getting more and more crowded.
Justice League Dark #38, The Multiversity Guidebook #1, Harley Quinn #14, Gotham By Midnight #3, Earth 2: World's End #17, Arkham Manor #4, New 52: Futures End #39, Sinestro #9
Give him all the money! Make him return!
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