As long as titles are canceled, they’ll keep releasing comics featuring D-listers to plug up the gaping wounds left behind in their monthly release schedule – and these are the 12 properties we pray they do not do any such thing with.
Author Steven Romano
In the chaos of the more warmblooded residents trying to keep pace with their Muppet neighbors’ excessive enthusiasm over learning to count and spell, the television program’s true yet unsung heroes go sorely unnoticed.
There have been quite a few super villains from cartoons, movies and video games that, conceptually, rival some of geek culture’s most renowned.
when we’re not being distracted by the unrelenting onslaught of festive cheer practically being crammed down our throats, it becomes clear in these specials that not everything is so holly jolly up at the North Pole or elsewhere at Christmas – lending itself to the possibility that everyone working at Rankin-Bass was out of their frigging minds!
Scary clowns are still less scary than non-scary clowns. At least with scary clowns you know where you stand.
You know Grant Morrison lies awake at night, trying to figure out how to bring these guys back.
8) We Don’t Have to See How WB and DC Will Fuck Up the Justice League Movie
Oh, Japanese person who had to design a new monster for every single episode of Power Rangers. You so crazy!
I really, really want to play Broken Bonez and The Karate Duo.