It's not called Comic-Con for nothing, and DC Entertainment is planning a huge list of events for the convention this week. Included on their schedule are panels for Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman, a preview of the "Multiversity" event by Grant Morrison, early looks at Vertigo books, and more. Check out their entire line-up below.
Despite J.J. Abrams' notorious veil of secrecy over his projects, a huge plot detail for Star Wars: Episode VII has leaked onto the web. A big spoiler warning before you proceed, but if you don't mind, read on to find out howAbrams' Star Wars opens.
DashCon has released a fairly long press release explaining what went wrong at their convention, assuring us that these problems will be fixed for next year, and in some cases trying to make amends. There will of course be kneejerk doubters among you who insist on calling the whole thing a scam, but now is not the time for paranoia. It’s clear that out and out scam is not the description for the con. It’s even clear that a lot of people had a good time despite the problems.
It was a bit of a wait, but Fresh Goo is back, and on a new, more alliterative day! This week we bring sounds from fledgling, post-punk juggernauts Exocomet (seriously, what a great goddamn debut), Sub Pop's garage-pop darling King Tuff, the single from the recently reunited Death From Above 1979, and much more!
Simple title, big laughs--Adult Swim's anticipated, live action story of an African American Jesus Christ preaching the Lord's Word in Compton is everything you've been waiting for in a racially-charged, religious comedy.
Nintendo debuted a video series called Cat Mario Show on the European eShop yesterday, and it's more than a little strange. It's meant to be a show for children to help them learn more about Nintendo games, but it comes off as something closer to what a serial killer comes up with in his basement after getting his hands on Mario and Peach puppets and cat suits.
On last night’s episode of Adventure Time, “Ocarina,” Jake’s now-adult, ultra-businessman son Kim Kil Whan buys the Treehouse deed; to get their home back, Finn and Jake must either get jobs or figure out why the young rainicorn is robbing his old man. It’s the eponymous time again!
With Thor turning into a woman, and Batgirl getting a pretty great new costume, it seems that comic companies are trying to make their characters more culturally meaningful. Sometimes this is a happy accident, sometimes it’s a blatant marketing ploy. With that in mind, here are 10 characters that Marvel and DC tried to push into being a thing.
Well it seems Hemlock Grove has lost some of its traction. I wouldn't go as far to say that the series has hit a rough patch, more like a plateau. But we are almost halfway through the season and the various storylines have yet to coalesce or give sign that this is the writers' intention.
George R.R. Martin likes to take his time with his books, but unfourtunately, that means that HBO's Game of Thrones is catching up to the published material at an alarming rate. Barring some kind of miraculous surprise on Martin's part, the TV show will run out of material to adapt in just a few short seasons. If (when) we hit that point, fans are split on whether or not HBO will take a break, or continue on without a book to guide them. We now finally have an official answer.