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.
Greetings, fellow denizens! Today’s mailbag has a bit of an international flair, with letters coming all the way from Belgium and the Philippines! How did a fake mailman in post-apocalyptic America with nothing but a horse receive these letters? I have no fucking idea.
OH MY GLOB. The voice of John DiMaggio will collide with the voice of John DiMaggio when Jake the Dog — and Finn, natch — make a guest appearance on the next episode of Futurama (airing Wednesday the 7th, at 10:00 pm EST).
DC just sent along the above picture of Fables' Bigby Wolf and The Unwritten's Tommy Taylor, getting ready for their upcoming comic crossover. If you're a fan of either of Vertigo's literary-minded series — both of which are completely fantastic — this picture should be enough to get you excited. If you're a fan of…
This is our new favorite piece of fan-art ever. The Doctor faces off against Darth Vader, and uses his sonic screwdriver to go all "cortosis blade" on Vader's lightsaber. Now we want to know if psychic paper is more powerful than the Jedi mind trick. Kudos to artist K.K. Jordan for capturing the look of both universes…
Everybody remembers the comic book where Mr. Spock does the Vulcan nerve pinch on Wolverine, but what about the other Star Trek/X-Men crossover?
For most of us, the crossover is an established part of the landscape of popular culture. We've seen it all before, whether it's the Avengers, Eureka's Fargo visiting Warehouse 13, or members of Star Trek meeting the Legion of Superheroes. But you'll be surprised to learn just how old the crossover really is, and how…
This is like the poster for the greatest crossover movie ever. The Eleventh Doctor and Amy team up with ShatnerKirk and NimoySpock to fight the Klingons, Romulans, Daleks and Cybermen. For the record, though, the Daleks would p0wn the Klingons and Romulans, and then take on the Federation. Artists Mike Mayhew &…
Star Wars takes place long ago in a faraway galaxy, and the BBC's low-budget space opera Blake's 7 takes place in our dystopian future. So why does one badass bounty hunter appear in both series? It's obviously a crossover.
Wouldn't you want to see the Dollhouse being investigated by the cast of Fringe? Or watch Heroes try to avert Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles' future? We have five team-ups to save television's falling ratings.