If you missed out on the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer at Comic-Con, it'll be arriving much sooner than a lot of us expected it to. We previously heard that it would arrive attached to Interstellar in November, and while that might still be true, it'll actually be viewable next week when it debuts on TV.
Mike Tyson's Mysteries: too stupid to succeed? Is cashing in on a washed-up and disgraced boxer a little low, even by adult swim's standards? Is it a good idea to have an eleven-minute Venture Brothers clone that happens to feature Mike Tyson, his adopted Asian daughter, an obscure historical figure, and a pigeon?
Here there be rumors, spoilers, and possibly illegal information. Tread lightly and get your grains of salt ready because an extra risked a reported $5 million dollar breech of nondisclosure agreement lawsuit to bring us this information. Was he a Bothan? Maybe.
Avatar: The Legend of Korra, Book 4: Change may be the last animated entry into one of the best television shows of the past decade. In honor of this milestone, Channel Surfer is providing a retrospective on each Avatar season, from starting the original series to the latest. This is meant to be an overview for Avatar veterans, and hopefully an introduction for anyone interested in the show. This week we end the original series with The Last Airbender, Book 3: Fire.
If you could try human flesh, would you? What would it taste like? Are you curious enough to override your ingrained moral objection to eating that which is yourself? If you answered yes to those questions then the only questions left for you to answer is, "Would you like that in a hamburger?" That's right, chef Jim Thomlinson of London Mess has created a hamburger that he claims tastes like human flesh.
Recently, the conflict between Marvel Studios and Fox and Sony over Marvel Comic character film rights has become increasingly public. For the sake of clarity (and placing bets), this article will attempt to explain how the Hollywood infighting will affect the characters in contention, namely The Fantastic Four, X-Men, and Spider-Man.
The biannual MCM London Comic-Con is upon us, and there's an overwhelming amount of talent and sights to take in. We've focused on goodies specifically for animation and manga-lovers for this list, and there's tons to be excited about!
I'm generally not much of a 'physical copies' kinda guy--call me a disembodied web-consciousness, but buying digital copies has always been enough for me. That is, until I saw these photos for the Adventure Time box set designs...
I recently moved to Boulder, Colorado, which means that I've had to find new venues to feed my movie, comics and music fetishes. Rather than hoard this information for myself, I figured I would share my findings with all of you. After all, whether you're a resident or a visitor there's always things to discover in the city. Be sure to give me a ring if you're in the area.
Oh man, it's finally happening! According to a Variety scoop, Captain America 3 is going to be a huge turning point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Why? Because Marvel is finally ready to dive into a movie version of the Civil War comic book storyline, pitting Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark against Chris Evans' Captain America.