Why does DC Comics keep insulting its fans?

Another week, another DC comics scandal highlighting their portrayal of Women - this time, particularly egregious T-Shirts asking women to declare themselves the future Mrs. Batman, or 'celebrate' Superman scoring with Wonder Woman. How many more times is it going to take DC screwing up to stop with this bullshit? » 10/01/14 3:25pm Today 3:25pm

The Agents Of SHIELD's Main Superpower Is Accepting Each Other's Damage

Last night's Agents of SHIELD was really like part two of the season opener, wrapping up the Absorbing Man story and the "getting the team together again" story. But the best bits involved our heroes accepting each other's damage, and even using it to get things done. Spoilers ahead... » 10/01/14 11:30am Today 11:30am

A Webcomic About A Girl Who Mediates Disputes Between Kids And Monsters

When Charles moves with his parents to a spooky old building in Echo City, he's not exactly thrilled to learn the place has a monster problem. But when he meets a mediator who deals with turf beefs between monsters and kids, he's not sure which is more intimidating: the monsters or Margo Maloo. » 10/01/14 8:00am Today 8:00am

The Cast Reading the New Middleman Graphic Novel Is the Best Thing

THE BEST THING. NO THINGS ARE BETTER. The much-beloved Middleman only lasted on TV for 12 episodes, but it's still beloved by many a fan. And after a successful crowdfunding campaign, the original cast has reunited to read the script of the new graphic novel. So get out your milk flasks and your cruelty-free vegan… » 9/30/14 10:00pm Yesterday 10:00pm

Which Story Went Terribly Wrong, But Then Managed A Beautiful Ending?

The world is full of stories that stoked up your excitement, only to deliver a weak ending. But sometimes, the opposite happens — sometimes you get a disastrous middle, and then a story randomly pulls out a beautiful ending. What's the most wonderful ending to a weak story you've ever seen? » 9/29/14 2:10pm Monday 2:10pm

How Comic Book The Fuse Moves The American Cop Drama To A Space Station

In the future world of The Fuse, half a million people live inside a space station orbiting the Earth. It's a place with its own government, its own crime, and its own detectives. We spoke with The Fuse creator and writer Antony Johnston about why he decided set his police procedural in space. » 9/26/14 11:30am Friday 11:30am