All of our favorite characters are orphans. Or else, they had horrendously abusive childhoods. Basically, giving characters childhood trauma is an all-purpose motivation—why else would someone be a vigilante/wizard/etc. unless something had gone wrong in their lives? But here are 10 people who had normal families that…
Alan Tudyk wants in on the Booster Gold/Blue Beetle movie—but only if a Firefly costar joins him. Mark Ruffalo talks the Hulk in Thor: Ragnarok. Get a look at Killer Frost on The Flash. Plus, oodles of clips from Supergirl, footage from Ash vs. Evil Dead, and behind the scenes on The Shannara Chronicles. To Me, My…
If Man of Steel, Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad are any indication, the DC Cinematic Universe is going to be much darker and grimmer than Marvel’s. But a new rumor suggests it’ll eventually get a big dash of fun and color, thanks to the misfit pairing of Booster Gold and Blue Beetle.
Sometimes a character goes through so many reinventions and reimaginings, it feels as though they're just being chewed up by the machine. (See Hawkman.) But sometimes, the 20th version of a character is just... perfect. Which character actually benefited from endless redesigns and reboots?
Arrow has a very strict "no superpowers" rule, but that hasn't stopped a bevy DC good guys and bad guys from appearing on the hit superhero show. But now another major — well, reasonably major — DC hero may be stopping by in an upcoming episode.
When you write about other worlds and strange discoveries, you need a quick wit. And an ear for clever dialogue, that keeps the story buzzing along. So it shouldn't come as a surprise that many of science fiction and fantasy's greatest creators started out in comedy, including sitcoms.
Courtesy of DC Comics, here's an exclusive first look at next Wednesday's issue of the teen superhero series Blue Beetle.
In this week's offerings from DC, the clear winners were two of the Big Three. And on an unrelated note, Catwoman's rack.
Yesterday's episode of Smallville, "Booster," introduced stalwart DC heroes Booster Gold and Blue Beetle to the show's universe. Even though this episode added doodly-squat to Smallville's end game, Booster Gold's celebrity superheroics and unapologetic campiness were a good fit for Smallville.
Everybody's looking for the next Smallville. Both Warner Bros (DC) and ABC (Marvel) are aiming to create the next sensation based on existing comics properties. But given how bad most comics-to-TV adaptations have been, how do you copy Smallville's success?
At the last Smallville Comic-Con panel, the cast confirmed who would be Clark's antagonist this year, what new DC characters would cameo, and whether Clark would finally fly up, up, and away. Afterward, we interviewed the show's actors and writers.
With Kick-Ass in the theaters this weekend, you may be considering superheroics as a career yourself. But wait! What kind of superhero will you be - the neighborhood champion or the deodorant-eschewing, bloodthirsty lunatic? Find out now!
While other shows may be ending with explosive finales, our favorite cartoon Batman: The Brave And The Bold returns tonight with a story of inappropriate crushes and jailbreaks. We have a clip to whet appetites.
What's the best part about living in the distant future? There's so much more past for you to explore! We take a look at some of science fiction's most illustrious antiquarians.
Geek icon Wil Wheaton has finally transcended his Wesley Crusher roots... by teaming up with Batman. Wheaton plays the silver-age Blue Beetle in this week's Brave and The Bold, and we couldn't be happier.