If you’ve been following all the buzz leading up to Black Panther’s release, then you’ve probably seen the viral video of a group of friends hugging and enthusing over the movie’s poster. Their energy served as a stand-in for the excitement of folks all over the world; now’s your chance to find out who they are.
Bruce Wayne’s engaged now, all set to marry Selina Kyle, the woman he’s chased across rooftops for a good chunk of his adult life. But as Batman and Catwoman get ready to tie the knot, it’s worth looking back at one particularly knotty relationship in the Dark Knight’s history.
Rick Baker is a master Hollywood effect artist, one who apparently really likes the Joker. A few years back, he dressed up most of his family as different versions of the Clown Prince of Crime. Now he’s created a 3D iteration of Jack Napier for DC Collectibles who looks most unwell.
Maybe you’re a lucky person who’s already seen Black Panther, or are someone looking forward to seeing it for the first time. Or maybe superheroes aren’t your bag at all. Chances are, there’s still a comic out there for your particular tastes. The list below isn’t meant to be exhaustive. Rather, take a look at the…
The sky as a great black ceiling full of blood. Hagrid’s shrieking furniture. Harry dipping Hermione in hot sauce. Instead of just reading the wacky adventure, now you can watch all these moments from the predictive keyboard opus Harry Potter and the Portrait of What Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash come to life,…
Ok, yes, Michael Bay’s cinematic work on Transformers has left a psychic scar on the minds of a generation. But putting the man who loves blowing things up on big, dumb, and loud cosmic bounty hunter Lobo? It’s a match made in hog heaven, bastiches.
Donald Glover as a young Lando Calrissian in the Han Solo movie. It was the casting that made everybody stand up and applaud when it was announced last year. Now that we’ve seen a trailer for Solo and are hearing Glover talk about playing Cloud City’s chief dude, our hunger for a Lando-centric project has only…
Given how Wall-E largely focuses on robots that don’t communicate the way humans do, you might think you know what to expect from the script for Pixar’s animated classic. But, surprise, the character of Wall-E’s bleeps and bloops actually correspond to words.
If you were a middle-schooler in the early aughts, Disney’s hoping you have fond memories of a naked mole rat and the teenage super-spies he ran around with. That’s right, the House of Mouse is in the early planning stages for a live-action Kim Possible movie.
Few creative mediums let you explore stories like video games. Players don’t just watch a story—they participate in it, sometimes steering narratives to wildly divergent endings. But in order for an interactive experience to truly transport players, it needs to have a well-built world for them to live in. Here are…
Yesterday, Elon Musk sent a car into space, with David Bowie’s music and Douglas Adams’ writing for accompaniment. It was an absurd, cool, and impressive thing to do. Best of all, it’s unintentionally(?) given us some great images to make jokes with.
It’s not at all new for roller coasters and other adrenaline-inducing rides to be themed around comic book and cartoon characters. But the upcoming Warner Bros. theme park in Abu Dhabi is going to be on a whole other level, featuring some pretty deep cuts from DC Comics lore.
Last year, we heard that Disney had one Star Wars TV show in the pipeline for its upcoming digital streaming service. Now comes word that multiple series are being planned for the platform.
I haven’t been able to stop thinking about “Safe and Sound” ever since I inhaled all of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams two weeks ago. It’s the best episode of the 10 in season one and the most worrisome, too, because the drama shows everything I don’t want to happen in America.
Get Out is back in theaters thanks to its Academy Award nominations, but writer-director Jordan Peele is continuing to look toward the future. He recently discussed the possibility of a sequel.
DC Superhero Girls has been a massive success since launching a few years ago. The books in the girl-centric initiative have been best-sellers and now, starting this fall, DC Comics will be putting out two lines of graphic novels by some of young adult fiction’s hottest authors.
Late last year, the sudden exit of Bryan Fuller and Michael Green from American Gods made fans wonder about the future of Starz’ myth-driven TV series. There’s been a lot of worry but word of a new creative lead—one who’s worked with Fuller—should help quell the concerns.
Joel Kinnaman played Rick Flag, the career soldier tasked with corralling a bunch of supervillains into Suicide Squad’s titular strike team. He saw the poorly received DC/WB superhero flick and agrees with a lot of viewers that the final third of the movie was the weakest part.
We all know Superman’s origin story. It’s so simple and elemental that Grant Morrison was able to boil it down to “Doomed planet. Desperate scientists. Last hope. Kindly couple” in All-Star Superman’s opening page. But in the 1990s, another iconoclast comics-maker made a fable about the unfairness at the core of…