This Friday, Ant-Man comes out in theaters—and by our reckoning, it’s the 106th live-action superhero movie to see theatrical release. How will it measure up to that proud tradition? To help you place it in superhero history, here’s our ranking of all 105 superhero films to date. »
This is bloody insane. BBQ Films, the people who previously threw a Foot Clan party and a Back to the Future “Under the Sea” dance, are doing a Blade-themed dance party at New York Comic Con. And it sounds as though there will be actual blood sprinklers! We’ve got the exclusive first look at a teaser video. »
Whether you’re just getting into the world of UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) because you want to take awesome video of your community, do some neighborhood mapping, or just fly something cool looking through the skies, you have tons of great options. This week we’re looking at some of the best, based on your… »
Iron Man may have changed the game for Marvel movies, but Marvel already had a long history of movie-making before the creation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here's part two of our look back at the history of Marvel comic book movies, as we head into the 90's and come right up to 2008. »
Neeson's certainly up for it. Could a fourth Blade movie really happen? Jesse Eisenberg explains how his Lex Luthor is more modern than previous takes. Bryan Fuller talks expanding American Gods for television. Plus major casting news for Arrow, Agent Carter, and Escape from New York. Spoilers now! »
In this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly, Marvel movie head honcho Kevin Feige casually dropped the news that the movie rights for the Punisher, Blade and Ghost Rider have returned to Marvel. Awesome. »
You know the deal: the world is ending today, Mayan Calendar, yadda yadda. You also know that it's extremely unlikely the world will crack in two later today, and that's a good thing, because the future looks pretty great. More Star Wars, Star Trek, Marvel movies, Doctor Who's 50th, Adventure Time, Justice League,… »
Some of the greatest (Stargate) and worst (Little Shop) television shows have been torn from the big screen. And a lot of them fell under the radar: Did you know there was a Tremors TV show? What about Bill & Ted the live-action series? »
The most memorable characters in science fiction and fantasy are often the people who made a huge impression the very first time we meet them. Who can possibly forget the first time you saw the face of Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight, or heard the voice of HAL for the first time? A great character intro leaves a… »
Science fiction movies aren't all about highfalutin spacefaring and benevolent starmen. No, sometimes they're about putting a mutated martial arts master into a dystopian penitentiary's comically unsafe meat grinder. Just in time for the lunch rush, here are ten of our favorite scenes that balance goofiness and gore. »
What if George R.R. Martin's third Song of Ice and Fire book was called A Storm of Bananas? That's the sort of question you are forced to contemplate, after spending some time looking at the "Swords Replaced With Bananas" images over at SomethingAwful. This might be the best Photoshop meme in ages. Especially when you… »
Tonight sees the season finale of Fringe, giving us one last look at the brilliant insanity of Walter Bishop. While we love Walter, we're not sure if it would be a good thing if he existed in real life — but there are plenty of fictional scientists we wish were for real. Both for their awesome inventions, and for… »
What a great week to be an adult and watching cartoons. Transformers: Prime features a runaway, evil Optimus Prime, the members of Young Justice head to Europe, the Green Lanterns take on the very real problem of a planet-killing asteroid, and Lauren Fraust's Super Best Friends Forever makes a return as a DC Nation… »
This week in the world of cartoons, Hal Jordan steps into a gladiatorial arena to win the love of a princess, the denizens of South Park attack internet memes, DC takes a jab at Spider-man on Young Justice, and the ponies enter the world of blind item journalism. Really. »The second clip is from last…
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This week, Thundercats returns, we learn what happens to Archer and his fellow ISIS members aboard the International Space Station, ponies plan for a tornado, and a fan favorite Autobot returns in this week's episode of Transformers: Prime - Minor Spoilers Ahead!
This week kicks off with the season finale of Clone Wars, one of the most awaited half hours of sci-fi television this year! Not to be left out, DC Nation brings it with new episodes of Green Lantern and Young Justice, along with some hilarious shorts. Archer vomits too. MAJOR spoilers ahead!
Clone Wars reaches its peak as Darth Maul returns, Archer's wife comes back from the dead, and we preview this week's DC Nation in what may be the largest edition of Saturday Morning Cartoons yet! As always, minor spoilers ahead! »The second clip is spoilerific and shows Darth Maul's new form and rather…
If you are missing your fix (as it's season finale was a…
This week sees Simon Pegg voice Dengar on Clone Wars, DC Nation kick off with the return of Young Justice, Orion Pax discover his past on Transformers: Prime, and Wolverine pop in on Marvel Anime: Blade - Minor spoilers ahead!
Transformers is back! This week Transformers Prime season two kicks off with Optimus Prime getting amnesia, a 30 Rock star makes an appearance on Archer, and we see a zombie battle in the Star Wars Universe - Minor spoilers ahead! »