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Has DC Comics Just Created Its Very Own Rick And Morty?

Has DC Comics Just Created Its Very Own Rick And Morty?

Today sees the publication of Year Of The Villain: Lex Luthor #1 from Jason Latour and Bryan Hitch, that sees the Apex Lex Luthor travelling the multiverse collecting other Lex Luthors along the way. And one in particular, a young version of Lex Luthor in a Smallville-like environment, with a dead drunk father. Who Apex […]

The Daily LITG, 29th August 2019,

The Daily LITG, 29th August 2019, Happy Birthday Jason Latour

Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 13 most-read stories yesterday Justice League Theatrical Cut Was So Bad It Made Zack Snyder’s Cinematographer Cry DC’s Legion Skin Colour Change Between Original and […]


Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of May 9th, 2018: No Justice for Deadpool

Welcome to the next installment of Comic Book Wins and Losses! This week, we’re going to try something a little different. To limit myself and to, honestly, make these a little easier to construct, there will only be five wins and five losses. This may fluctuate depending on circumstances, but that will be the template […]

Southern Bastards #20 cover by Jason Latour

Southern Bastards #20 Review: 20 Pages of Brutal Bloody Beatdowns

Roberta Tubbs has an arrow sticking out of her hand. She was about to exact her vengeance on Coach Boss, but she’s too busy trying to heal her hand to do it. The man who shot it, Boone, has his own justice to deliver to Boss. What follows is a brutal and blood-soaked duel between […]

Jason Latour, Chip Zdarsky, And Ryan North Critically Analyze Looney Tunes In Free Comic

Spider-Gwen co-creator Jason Latour has released a free two page comic detailing a conversation between himself, Squirrel Girl writer Ryan North, and Spider-Man writer Chip Zdarsky examining the motivations behind Looney Tunes characters. Called “Porky Pig vs. Ryan North,” the two page comic is touted as “a true enough story.” Click on the images in the […]

Marvel Legacy ‘Spider-Gwen’ #25 Review: The Rise Of Venom-Gwen

Spider-Gwen has become… Gwenom! Gwen Stacy, the Spider Woman of her world, has been given the Venom symbiote by Matt Murdock, the Kingpin of Crime, to take revenge on the Rhino for putting her father in the hospital. She begins a warpath across town to find out where the Rhino is holding up while the […]


Gwenom At Last In Marvel Legacy Spider-Gwen By Jason Latour And Robbi Rodriguez

Stock up on black fabric, tongue props, and fake slobber, cosplayers, because the Venom symbiote may merge with Spider-Gwen for good in Marvel Legacy! Marvel is rolling out some of their solicits for Marvel Legacy again today, and the first one comes via an interview with Jason Latour on Newsarama. It looks like we’re finally […]

Loose Ends TPB Review: Loose Ends, Tight Story

In the afterword of the Loose Ends, writer Jason Latour reflects on the 10 years it took to make this comic happen — and that decade of work shows on every page and in every panel. The four-issue Image crime series finds its way to shelves in trade paperback form this week. This comic does pretty […]


Southern Bastards #16 “Feminist Agenda” Variant To Raise Money For ACLU, SPLC

Variant covers are a symptom of the plague destroying the comics industry, artificially inflating sales numbers and profits without increasing readers or quality of interior content, continuing the decadent trends of 90s-style excess that nearly bankrupted the industry once before, and putting money into the pockets of controversial retailer Dennis Barger Jr. through his eBay […]

NYCC ’15: Artists Discuss Process At The Image Comics: Where Creators Own Craft Panel

By Madeline Ricchiuto Jason Latour, Bob Fingerman, Wes Craig, Matt Wilson, and Shane Davis held the Image: Where Creators Own Craft panel on Sunday at NYCC 2015. Matt Wilson talked about his coloring process, Bob Fingerman discussed his overlapped-lettering choices as well as the coloring on Minimum Wage, Shane Davis discussed his art on Axcend and […]

Spider-Gwen Creators Can’t Officially Create New Characters For The Series? (Robbi Rodriguez UPDATE)

Originally quoted by Superior Spider Talk, from their Ultimate Spin podcast yesterday, Spider-Gwen artist Robbi Rodriguez talked about the rules regarding the creation of new characters for the series. Basically, they can’t. There’s like a big rule […] we can’t really create new characters in Spider-Gwen because the movie rights aren’t officially fully licensed by Marvel. Whatever […]

Southern Bastards Picked Up For FX TV Series

The comic Southern Bastards by Jason Aaron and Jason Latour, much loved around these parts and published by Image Comics is to be developed as a TV series for US channel FX. Deadline reports that it, amongst other projects, has been picked up by Scott Rudin Productions, who have just opened offices on the Fox […]


Orbital In Conversation With Jason Latour On Spider-Gwen And More

By Chris Thompson [audio:http://popculturehound.net/podcast/OiCPodcastEpisode132.mp3] After last week’s episode with writer Ron Marz (which you can still listen to here), I find myself back at the pub once again to chat with Jason Latour (Southern Bastards, Spider-Gwen, Winter Soldier) about all the work he’s currently doing! Jason & I discuss his early years as a cartoonist, […]

Thor’s Comic Review Column – Spider-Gwen #1, Henchmen #2, D4VE #1, Men Of Wrath #5

This Week’s Reviews: Spider-Gwen #1 Henchmen: I, Henchbot #2 D4VE #1 Men of Wrath #5 Spider-Gwen #1 (Marvel, $3.99) By Graig Kent “That’s ridiculous.” That’s what I first thought when I spied the name “Spider-Gwen”. Judging it on name alone it seemed ludicrous, positively dumb. Once I read the concept, though, it seemed less so. […]

Booze Geek – Backwoods Bastard And Southern Bastards

By Dylan Gonzalez Beer: Backwoods Bastard Brewery: Founders Brewery ABV: 10.2% Sometimes I just want to enjoy a beer that is just so raw and primal. Founders’ Backwoods Bastard lives up to that reputation, a beer bursting with potent flavors and a hypnotic scent. The Bastard was a copper brown color and produced a thin […]

Southern Bastards #5: Same Great Taste, Just As Filling

By Alex Mansfield It’s important to take a rest after a big meal. Let everything settle, work its way through the digestive tract before digging into that waiting slice of pie. And after that huge heap of raw, ensanguined ribs that Jason Aaron and Jason Latour served up in the opening four-issue arc of Southern […]