This may well be the coolest video you see today. In a post-apocalyptic far future, Thundarr the Barbarian slices open a giant robot serpent bus with his Sunsword. It's your exclusive sneak peek at the new Thundarr DVD set. »
Want to know what to expect from DC Comics in the next year? So do we. The publisher's DC Nation panel at Wondercon was tight-lipped about the future, but the editors did drop a few clues to keep the faithful intrigued. Click through for hints as to what DC will be doing in 2008 and beyond. »
We told you that Steve Gerber passed away earlier today, but did you know the guy created the first ever Marvel Super Special in 1977, featuring the band KISS? Not just any normal KISS, but a superpowered group who encounters villains from the Marvel archives, including Doctor Doom and his tutor, Dizzie the Hun. If… »
The passing this weekend of Steve Gerber leaves the world of science fiction a lesser place. He's probably best known for creating Howard The Duck. (Ignore the movie and read the original comics, which trailed the way for Alan Moore and the rest of the British Invasion writers of the '80s.) But he's known for some… »
1986's Howard the Duck may have been the moment we stopped having quite so much faith in George Lucas. His big-screen adaptation of the comic about an alien duck who falls to Earth tried hard to capture writer Steve Gerber's gonzo sensibility, but veered badly off course. Like this scene, where Howard has a weirdly… »
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Title: Omega The UnknownDate: 2005 (reprinting material from 1976 - 1977)
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