WWE's Otis pushed back at reports he was sent to remedial wrestling school because Vince McMahon thinks he sucks at wrestling.
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Aritst Tony Gregori and writer Aubrey Sitterson are working on a secret comic book described as "New Gods if it had bewbs and dongs in it."
In a story we swear we are not making up, popular comic book website ComicBook.com sparked confusion in the fast-food industry when international
Marvel has announced the next character who will star in a Giant-Size X-Men comic, part of a series of X-Books designed to showcase characters and artists
Jim Lee's Art from Legion of Superheroes, the Answer to Amazon Rainforest Fires and Jeffrey Epstein?
Via an EXCLUSIVE feature with monthly entertainment news website Entertainment Weekly, DC Comics has revealed a first look at Jim Lee's interior art for
Comic book news is a complicated business that is constantly evolving, and in order to remain competitive in a sector saturated with comic book websites,
Earlier today, ComicBook.com ran an article about how to get a discount on McDonalds fries for National French Fry Day today. But why did ComicBook.com
In next week's The Flash #74, Barry Allen learns an important lesson about journalistic integrity from a young Iris West. Taking place as part of the
Here in the comics media, websites are constantly competing for clicks in the cutthroat click economy, always looking for that next big article to fuel
Another outlet for comic book news, commentary, and criticism will shut down this month, as Paste Magazine ends their comics vertical at the end of June.
Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski is taking cues from a friend of his boss, Ike Perlmutter, by calling on comic book creators to retaliate against the
It's the weekend, which usually means several very important things. For people who haven't dedicated their lives to the never-ending, soul-sucking churn
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It's the end of an era and a sad day for comics "journalism" as another independent comic book website bites the dust next month.
For the second week in a row, X-Editor Jordan White refused to provide relevant X-Men content to comic book websites on his Twitter account.