Melissa Rosenberg just helped redefine what we expect from superheroes on screen with the new Jessica Jones Netflix series. But let’s not forget her previous foray into superheroics: the 2002-2003 Birds of Prey TV show, which featured a ridiculously creepy Harley Quinn.
Eight episodes in, Arrow is officially a mega-hit, at least by The CW's standards. And not only that, but Arrow is actually... pretty decent. The Christopher Nolan-inspired "gritty" superhero soap opera manages to be addictive fun, blending some solid action with the kind of relationship drama that makes Vampire…
In this week's offerings from DC, the clear winners were two of the Big Three. And on an unrelated note, Catwoman's rack.
Murder for hire doesn't have to be sexy, but it's just more fun that way. And the best assassins are almost always sexy, using their sexual allure to confuse their prey and delight everyone else.
The eighth season of Buffy wraps up January 19, but the Whedon camp's already planning ahead. According to Birds of Prey writer (and "Women In Refrigerators" coiner) Gail Simone, she's been given a carte blanche opportunity to helm Season 9.
Last week on Batman: The Brave and The Bold, the Birds of Prey ranked the sexual prowess of DC's superheroes, in song. Batman landed on top, but Aquaman and the Flash didn't fare so well. You're going to enjoy this.
Marvel wraps up Norman Osborn's Dark Reign in earnest tomorrow with end of Siege and its few remaining Avengers titles. Marvel's Heroic Age is upon us, but there's no Howard The Duck title on the stands. I call fowl!
American superheroes, monsters, and creatures have seldom looked shinier than when French people dress up as them. It's just something about the French love of all things glam. Check out some great cosplay pics from a recent con.
If there's one thing that this week's premieres of Heroes and Smallville collectively proved, it's that television really shouldn't try and tackle superheroes. Here's even more proof why - as well as some rare examples of when it does work.
If there's one thing that scifi has shown us, it's that we don't have to wait to visit cities of tomorrow. Here are some of our favorite futuristic cities from comic books.
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.
It appears that hawks the world over are not Giz readers, because they would have known that WowWee's Dragonfly is for high flying fun—not eating. Apparently, one such technologically impaired hawk in Long Island learned this the hard way after it snatched a boy's Dragonfly out of mid air.
Seventeen-year-old Tabitha Brennan drives a truck which transforms into a giant girl robot, crushing the mobsters who stand between her and crime boss-hood. That's just one splash page from this week's Birds of Prey #113, the first issue from Sean McKeever (Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane). See the full image, and get some…
Does the Legion of Super Heroes confuse your loved ones? This gang of super-powered teenagers in the 30th century has an admittedly complicated backstory, including a dozen home planets and a billion soap-operatic entanglements. Luckily, the perfect holiday gift is also the best Legion teaching tool. Eye For An Eye,…
Rabid Jake 2.0 fans are sending this postcard to Paramount demanding a DVD boxset of the canceled show. In an era when even Jason of Star Command has DVDs, it seems hard to believe you can't buy your favorite obscure show yet. What sci-fi show are you dying to see on DVD?
While our hopes were never high, we wished nonetheless that the new HDMI Xbox 360 Premiums would also come packed with the elusive cooler 65nm process chipset ("Falcon") we've been drooling into our pillows over at night. Our slobbery dreams have been shattered by "wonderkins," a NeoGAF member who busted open his…