Dark Horse Gets Brainy In September with new Brain Boy Series
Breaking out of Dark Horse Presents and into his own mini-series, Brain Boy launches this September.  Though Brain Boy isn’t a Dark Horse creation, originally published by Dell Publishing in the sixties, Van Lente and Silva hope to take the hero to the next level.
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Dark Horse Gets Brainy In September with new Brain Boy Series

Breaking out of Dark Horse Presents and into his own mini-series, Brain Boy launches this September.  Though Brain Boy isn’t a Dark Horse creation, originally published by Dell Publishing in the sixties, Van Lente and Silva hope to take the hero to the next level.

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DC Comics’ Intern: Worse Speler Then RU!
As pointed out by Sue over at DCWomenKickiGass, DC intern, Vlad Kozinkerkov, misspelled two creator’s names in the November Solicitations for November 2013. The error was so egregoius that Vlad ended up changing the gender of each creater.
Thanks to everyone for the tips on this one, counter reset!Yes, spelling errors in article are intentional :-)
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DC Comics’ Intern: Worse Speler Then RU!

As pointed out by Sue over at DCWomenKickiGass, DC intern, Vlad Kozinkerkov, misspelled two creator’s names in the November Solicitations for November 2013. The error was so egregoius that Vlad ended up changing the gender of each creater.

Thanks to everyone for the tips on this one, counter reset!
Yes, spelling errors in article are intentional :-)

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Issue 54 is ready!  Read it here :)

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Issue 54 is ready!  Read it here :)

Reporter to Rig Results of Mind MGMT Contest
The reporter hopes to discourage anyone else from entering the contest so that he can keep the prize for himself.
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Reporter to Rig Results of Mind MGMT Contest

The reporter hopes to discourage anyone else from entering the contest so that he can keep the prize for himself.

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Fan Who Hasn’t Read Comics in Ten Years Really Excited for X-Men: Battle of the Atom
Marvel’s November solicitations come out this week, but the Nick Bradshaw variant cover for X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1 is already making the rounds, and it’s got one fan who hasn’t read a comic since 2003 extremely excited to read an event comic based on the premise of heroes fighting other heroes.

"I’m extremely excited to read an event comic event based on the premise of heroes fighting other heroes," said Amber Mitchell, a lapsed fan of Marvel comics, and the X-Men in particular. “I really liked Secret Wars, so I think I’ll probably enjoy this too.”
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Fan Who Hasn’t Read Comics in Ten Years Really Excited for X-Men: Battle of the Atom

Marvel’s November solicitations come out this week, but the Nick Bradshaw variant cover for X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1 is already making the rounds, and it’s got one fan who hasn’t read a comic since 2003 extremely excited to read an event comic based on the premise of heroes fighting other heroes.

"I’m extremely excited to read an event comic event based on the premise of heroes fighting other heroes," said Amber Mitchell, a lapsed fan of Marvel comics, and the X-Men in particular. “I really liked Secret Wars, so I think I’ll probably enjoy this too.”

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Outhouse Scrambles to Keep Counter Running After Week of Record Stupidity
  After a post San Diego Comic Con lull and with a counter nearing the double digits, The Outhouse was preparing for a lazy week of updating the popular website Has DC Done Something Stupid Today. Ace reporter and comics bad boy ThanosCopter was even beginning to fear that DC might be trying to get their act together, which would halt The Outhouse’s seemingly endless supply of easy targets produced by their editorial mismanagement.
"What do generals do in times of peace?" mused the veteran shock blogger and former super-villain marquee vehicle as he sipped a glass of 25 year old scotch behind his old timey newspaper reporter’s desk at Outhouse HQ.

And then all hell broke loose.
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Outhouse Scrambles to Keep Counter Running After Week of Record Stupidity

  After a post San Diego Comic Con lull and with a counter nearing the double digits, The Outhouse was preparing for a lazy week of updating the popular website Has DC Done Something Stupid Today. Ace reporter and comics bad boy ThanosCopter was even beginning to fear that DC might be trying to get their act together, which would halt The Outhouse’s seemingly endless supply of easy targets produced by their editorial mismanagement.

"What do generals do in times of peace?" mused the veteran shock blogger and former super-villain marquee vehicle as he sipped a glass of 25 year old scotch behind his old timey newspaper reporter’s desk at Outhouse HQ.

And then all hell broke loose.

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Christian Bale Reportedly Offered $100 Billion Dollars, Island Nation and Space Station to Reprise Batman Role
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