Photos Of A Game Of Thrones Reunion And Natalie Dormer In Hunger Games!

There are more shots of the Batmobile in action. How will Agents of SHIELD move past the slow pace of the first season? Firefly's Sean Maher is playing a doctor in space again. A movie no one remembers starts production on a sequel. And why are The Flash's special effects so special? Spoilers now! » 9/18/14 6:00am Thursday 6:00am

Warner Bros. Officially Wants A Supergirl TV Series From The Arrow Guy

We heard the rumor, but now it's official — Warner Bros. TV has greenlit a Supergirl to be executive produced by Arrow mastermind Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler, who made No Ordinary Family with him. I'd say this make the odds of Supergirl joining Arrow and The Flash on The CW not insignificant. » 9/08/14 6:48am 9/08/14 6:48am

Show Your Love For DC Comics Heroines With These Dreamy 1940s Pin-Ups!

The iconic women of the DC Universe have seldom looked bolder or more beautiful than they do in these pin-up illustrations by Ant Lucia, which have been making the rounds online recently. And now, Quantum Mechanix is releasing 10 of them as art prints. We've got an exclusive first look, including a few you've never… » 4/08/14 8:00am 4/08/14 8:00am

10 Insanely Awkward Superhero Romantic Subplots

Superhero romance is a bit like unstable nitroglycerine, in that A.) it's very rarely handled well; and B.) it often blows up in everybody's face. Here are ten times your favorite crime-stoppers experienced relationship foibles mere mortals like you and I can barely comprehend. Remember when Superman made an adult… » 5/02/12 12:50pm 5/02/12 12:50pm

Minimalist superhero posters bisect Batgirl and Spider-Man into their…

Designer Danny Haas has created a series of weathered posters that split famed superheroes' personalities straight down the middle. For characters such as Jean Grey and Susan Richards, the divide is less obvious but no less charming. Here's hoping he makes a Multiple Man diagram that's shaped like a pie chart. You can… » 2/03/12 2:45pm 2/03/12 2:45pm

A 7-year-old girl responds to DC Comics' sexed-up reboot of Starfire

Fantasy author Michele Lee has the most eloquent response so far to DC Comics' "sexed up" version of Starfire, the voluptuous alien member of the Teen Titans. Instead of ranting about the changes herself, Lee asked her seven-year-old daughter what she thought. The results are thought-provoking. » 9/27/11 12:01pm 9/27/11 12:01pm