Crossovers are a mainstay of pop culture, but they rarely address the deepest questions posed by their fictional universes. “What if Guy Fieri was Han Solo?” you might ask. “What if the Joker had a beard?” Thanks to a criminally deranged Skype bot named Murphy, you needn’t wonder any longer.
The CW’s four-part DC crossover event is over, as the combined forces of Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow defeated the alien Dominators. But saving the Earth wasn’t their only achievement—they also managed to turn Barry Allen into a hero again, fixing the DC/CW universe’s worst problem, while still…
If you were disappointed that the CW’s big ”Heroes v Aliens” crossover technically began Monday with a Supergirl episode that was 98.9 percent crossover free, last night’s second chapter more than made up for it, resulting in a hell of a watch and what is easily the best episode of The Flash this season.
Yesterday marked the beginning of the CW’s epic four-night crossover event, “Heroes v Aliens” (sigh)... or so we were told. As last night’s Supergirl revealed, however, that’s a bit of a lie. Turns out we’re in for a three-night event, plus maybe a couple of minutes.
Apparently, October 5 is unofficial ‘Wacky Comic Crossover Day.” This week, a few notable mashups in the comics world began, bringing together disparate heroes for zany new adventures. We had a read of all the crossover series out today to let you see which team-ups were worth your time.
The 2017 Ford Escape has been completely redesigned with new engines and a new look. But the vehicle’s built around driver-aiding technology, and in particular, your phone.
Tesla took the wraps off its next big thing last week—the Model X. It’s an all-electric crossover with ridiculous rear doors and enough horsepower to scoot from 0-60 faster than a Ferrari FF. And I’m majorly underwhelmed.
Ooh boy. This is going to be a tough one. Previously, the Bronze Age ended with the publication of Watchmen and Dark Knight Returns. From now on, due to the success of those two books, comics would take a turn for the dark and the edgy. You think, “Oh, how bad can it be?” but I haven’t even gotten to the part where a…
So last time, we examined the crossovers in the Golden Age between National Comics and All-American Comics before they were merged to create, essentially, DC Comics. (They wouldn’t officially call themselves “DC Comics” until 1977. Before that, they would brand their comics as “A Superman DC Production” or simply “A…
So the last Wednesday marked the last issues of Avengers and New Avengers and today, Free Comic Book, marks the beginning of Secret Wars with Secret Wars #0. But what, exactly, is Secret Wars? And how did Avengers and New Avengers end? Let’s find out!
Previously: some stuff happened and some people died and everything almost blew up. And now the conclusion. Let's get this party started!
When last we left off, Secret Wars was a massive success, which meant, of course, one thing: Secret Wars II. Unlike the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Ages, however, the Dark Age of Comics is nebulous at best — some people state that it started after the publication of Watchmen and Dark Knight Returns, when comics took a…
When last we left off, the Silver Age was coming to a close with the death of Gwen Stacy. The actual end was precipitated, however, a little bit before, with a two-part Spider-Man story involving the standard "drugs are bad" lesson — a story the Comics Code Authority refused to authorized because they forbade any …
When last we left off, superhero comics had waned and been replaced by horror comics. In the Golden Age of Marvel, most heroes inhabited separate worlds, rarely crossing over, with two exceptions: the Human Torch/Sub-Mariner fight and the short-lived All-Winners Squad. When Timely Comics became Atlas, they tried to…
When we listed Archie Vs. Predator as one of 2015's most anticipated comics, that was before we say these two amazing comic covers. Now? Now we're going to have to hunt them down like the Predator hunted Dutch and his fellow soldiers, meaning these comics will have to bury themselves in mud to hide from our sight.
Okay... this is unexpected. According to emails from Sony chief Amy Pascal, recently released by hackers, there's a very bizarre crossover in the works — one where Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill's Jump Street undercover cops will team up the alien-investigating Men in Black agency. Seriously.
But don't get too excited. Lorenzo di Bonaventura, producer of both the Transformers and GI Joe movie franchises, has announced that a crossover movie between the two franchises is something they might do in the future, but for now it's not even something being discussed.
Stephan Petrin has a ton of Friday the 13th/Jason Vorhees art up on on deviantART. And on today, an actual Friday the the 13th, we love the fusions of Jason with other films.
Sorry. You're going to see a lot of articles on the internet today happily proclaiming "An X-Men/Spider-Man movie crossover!" but unfortunately, you should not be excited about this seemingly momentous news, and here's why.