Exclusive: Infinity Train's New Comic-Con Trailer Promises One Hell of a Wild Ride

Everyone’s felt that sinking sense of dread as a too-full train car pulls into the station and you realize that you’re going to have to fight for your life as part of your commute. In the latest trailer for Cartoon Network’s Infinity Train, exclusively on io9 (straight out of SDCC), that feeling’s what kicks Tulip van…

A Police Union Is Telling Cops to Use the Punisher's Logo Amid an Investigation Into Racist Social Media Posts

Earlier this year, a group of St. Louis police officers were put on administrative leave after their racist social media posts were resurfaced, prompting the police department to launch an investigation into them. Now, the head of St. Louis’ police union is calling for its members to support their fellow cops by…

Exclusive: DC's Black Label Will Explore the Joker and the Question's Inner Workings in 2 New Series

Though DC’s Joker and the Question aren’t exactly the most similar characters personality-wise, they’re both shrouded in mystery and live for their own single-minded pursuits of what they perceive to be the truth. While we’ve learned plenty about them during their exploits over the years, there are still depths to…

Spider-Man: Far From Home's Mysterio Concept Art Is Even Weirder Than the Real Thing

Because Marvel’s movies have always been relatively more grounded in reality than the comic books they’re based on (say it with me one more time: “relatively”), certain characters’ more outlandish costumes end up being somewhat toned down in their translation to the big screen in order to make them look realistic. But…

Dora The Explorer's Swiper the Fox Sneaks His Way Into the New Lost City of Gold Trailer

Dora the Explorer’s influence is so large that even if you’ve never watched the series yourself (though you almost certainly have, at some point), you how Dora’s fourth wall-breaking call and response schtick works. She says something in Spanish, challenges you to say to say it, you say it, and then everyone’s quite…

Stranger Things' David Harbour Has Thoughts About That Post-Credits Sequence

While Stranger Things’ third season spends a lot time focusing on how its younger characters are growing up, the show also explores how their maturation is effecting the adults in their lives—particularly Jim Hopper, who has a difficult time accepting that his adopted daughter Eleven really isn’t the quiet little girl…

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