Giant monsters are a dime a dozen, but only Tim Daniel and Mehdi Cheggour's comic series Enormous explores what it's like to live in a world where the giant monsters have already won. That may be why Fox has just licensed the comic with plans to make it an "event series" in the near future.
Orphan Black's new season offers a look at what's in store for the Clone Club. An alleged extra on The Force Awakens teases some Han Solo dialogue. Plus, news from Fox's Minority Report show, Preacher and Supergirl. Lo, there are Spoilers in our midst!
Based off of the kaiju-centric, post-apocalyptic graphic novel by Image Comics, Enormous (the webseries) shows what happens when humans become meat for monsters.
André Øvredal's Norse mythology found footage film Trollhunter was a work of art, what with its giant trolls lumbering through the Norwegian landscape, sniffing down the blood of Christians. We loved it, so we're doubly excited that Øvredal's next undertaking is bringing the graphic novel Enormous to life.
It's Comic-Con this week, and there are, rather fittingly, a ton of new reads on the spinner racks. First off, we have the Adventure Time: Marceline And The Scream Queens miniseries penned and illustrated by Meredith Gran of the webcomic Octopus Pie:
Courtesy of Image Comics, here's a preview of Enormous, an upcoming graphic novel about massive fauna — such as creatures who appear to be mutated antelopes — suddenly appearing to grind civilization into paste. This 64-page oversized survival horror comic hits stores on July 5, and we've got an exclusive sneak peek.…
With the new movie on its way to theaters, this seemed like the perfect time to talk about some seriously Hulk-sized gadgets. Or, more specifically, everyday items that have been bigified way past the point of absurdity. I can almost hear the entire state of Texas flipping out.