I’ve been watching Gotham on and off for the past few years and while the show’s insanity is one of its best qualities, it’s also left me with a burning question that I’ve never been to figure out: Who the hell would willingly choose to live in Gotham City? Also, like, why? Moving to Gotham is like asking to die.
Now that they’re finally living in the same dimension, Peter Parker and Miles Morales have been trying to solve one of the more interesting questions posed at the end of Marvel’s Secret Wars from 2015: Why doesn’t Miles have an Earth-616 counterpart?
From the looks of it, the new Tomb Raider reboot is set to be a massive pivot from Angelina Jolie’s much-derided take on the character. Instead, it’s much more inspired by the 2013 Tomb Raider game that followed a much younger Lara Croft on her very first tomb raiding mission.
Marvel and ABC’s beleaguered Inhumans series can’t seem to catch a break. Though the series doesn’t actually start airing on network television until next Friday, the ad copy on a new poster for the show has a number of people speculating that Inhumans won’t see a second season.
Today, Netflix finally dropped the first full-length trailer for its upcoming Punisher series and though it was rather light on plot details, it presented a very clear idea of what kind of show we’re in for: one presenting Marvel’s most dangerous vigilante at his most vicious and deadly, but without Netflix’s other…
We’ve known that Netflix was working on a Punisher solo series spun off from the character’s appearance in the second season of Daredevil for some time now, but the streaming giant’s been secretive about when we can actually expect to see the show.
We Bare Bears is a Cartoon Network show about three bear brothers living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Jordan Peele’s Get Out is horror/comedy thriller about an unsuspecting black man who wanders into a trap set by nefarious white people. What could these two things possibly have in common?
Moana made global history by being Disney’s first feature-length film to center on a Polynesian princess, drawing inspiration from the legends of multiple South Pacific Ocean cultures. In New Zealand, though, the movie’s connecting with local audiences of Maori descent in a unique and important way.
Last week, we learned that if Harrison Ford punches you in the face on set, he will also give you a booze to apologize. Now, there’s a special branded whiskey he can give to Ryan Gosling the next time he hits him in the face.
Depending on how you look at it, comic book variant covers are either a delightful added bonus to the comic collecting experience... or a semi-shady cash grab publishers use to confuse readers into buying multiple issues of the same story.
There are certain constants in the world of comic books that are so reliable and so predictable, you can damn near set your watch by them. Lying Cat will always catch you lying. Batman will always brood. Jean Grey will never stay too dead for too long. It’s about that time, folks. The Phoenix is coming back.
When you watch certain cartoon series long enough, you start to develop a sense for the kinds of stories that the crew, cast, and network are comfortable telling. Of the many kinds of special episodes that The Powerpuff Girls have had, none stand out quite like the ones about adding a new hero to the mix.
Have you ever actually considered how the mechanics of having sex with a fish-person (mermaid or otherwise) might actually work? Guillermo del Toro certainly has, and we’re all going to get a chance to see how he conceptualizes it in his upcoming adult fairy tale The Shape of Water.
A big part of what made Jon Bernthal’s performance as the Punisher work in Daredevil’s second season was that he acted as a dark, twisted foil for the series’ titular hero. But what happens to an antihero like Frank Castle when you take away the more morally sound characters that surround him?
Christopher Priest has written some of the most imaginative thrilling comics of the past thirty years and starting this winter, he’s bringing all of his talents to DC’s flagship Justice League series with a new story arc titled “Lost.”
Even by comic book standards, Ben Reilly has lived one of the most complicated and difficult lives that any fictional clone ever has. Introduced as a mentally unstable Spider-Man clone The Amazing Spider-Man #149, Ben truly believed himself to be the true Peter Parker before being forced to confront the truth.
In the most technical sense of the word, Secret Empire: Omega is an epilogue to Marvel’s controversial Secret Empire event, which turned Captain America into the Supreme Leader of Hydra who murdered thousands in his campaign to create a new, fascistic world order. But Secret Empire: Omega is really something quite…
Syfy is hoping that fans’ interest in Superman’s homeworld will be enough to catapult its new series Krypton to success. But just in case a live-action drama about the history of Superman’s family wasn’t enough to pull you in, Krypton’s adding another DC character to up the ante: Adam Strange.
Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water is something like a thriller crossed with a love story that’s told the way you might tell a fairytale. How is a deaf woman supposed to be with her one true love, a mysterious fish-man from an extinct race, if her beloved is being hunted by Cold War-era governmental scientists?
There are plenty of true crime and horror podcasts to choose from, but the thing that’s always made Aaron Mahnke’s Lore stand out is the unsettling way it weaves actual accounts of unsolved mysteries together with regional mythology to tell deeply unsettling stories about the supernatural.