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Reid Faylor Has a Girlfriend: Pie Charts

By reidfaylorFebruary 1, 2012

Hi. This is Reid again. I’ll answer some questions later, but I thought I’d go ahead and answer one right away: Do...More  →

Reid Faylor Has a Girlfriend: Pie Charts

DC Comics Announces "Before Watchmen" Prequels

By Eric GarneauFebruary 1, 2012

In a move that's been long-rumored and almost totally feared by many in the comic book industry, Big Two publisher DC Comics...More  →

DC Comics Announces

Comics You Should Be Reading: The Unwritten

By Eric GarneauJanuary 31, 2012

Take one part Harry Potter. Pour on the real-life story of Christopher Robin from Winnie the Pooh. Add a conspiracy theory thriller...More  →

Comics You Should Be Reading: The Unwritten

Top 5 Superhero Rogues' Galleries

By Eric GarneauJanuary 27, 2012

Just like every action needs a reaction, just like every will.i.am needs a Fergie, so too does every hero need a sweet...More  →

Top 5 Superhero Rogues' Galleries

The Best Super-Actors

By Scott GreenstoneJanuary 26, 2012

There are some actors that simply are the characters they play. It’s hard to think of Rainn Wilson as anyone other than...More  →

The Best Super-Actors

Graphic Detail: Resurrection Man Volume 1

By Eric GarneauJanuary 26, 2012

Graphic Detail takes an in-depth look at a new graphic novel or trade paperback released each week. "Here's all I know. My...More  →

Graphic Detail: Resurrection Man Volume 1

Comics Catch for January 25, 2012

By Eric GarneauJanuary 25, 2012

Comics Catch compiles short reviews of a bunch of comics worth reading each week. All-Star Western #5: Despite its title, it's not totally...More  →

Comics Catch for January 25, 2012

Graphic Detail: Journey Into Mystery-Fear Itself

By Eric GarneauJanuary 19, 2012

"The humans of the Internet are uncouth. When I said I was an Asgardian god, they called me a troll!" - Young...More  →

Graphic Detail: Journey Into Mystery-Fear Itself

Comics Catch: A Weekly Roundup of Comics Worth Buying

By Eric GarneauJanuary 19, 2012

Amazing Spider-Man #678: In part one of the excellently-named "I Killed Tomorrow," Peter Parker's buddy invents a doorway that can take anyone...More  →

Comics Catch: A Weekly Roundup of Comics Worth Buying