Marvel’s Civil War II #1 comic event finally begins tomorrow, but are you prepared? Fear not, because we’re here with the answers to all your questions, as well as everything else you should know about Civil War II.
Marvel finally did it. Eight months after it began, Secret Wars came to a close today, after nine issues of reality-bending madness. No idea what the fuss is? Want to get in on the event that brought us an All-New Marvel universe, juuuust as it’s ending? What the hell happened to the Fantastic Four? Here’s our guide.
There’s no need to beat around the bush; if you saw the newest installment in the Terminator franchise in the past week, you have questions. Big questions. Some of them no one can help you with. But come with me if you want to make some semblance of coherency out of this movie with our patented spoiler FAQ.
Did you watch Michael Bay's newest cinematic aberration this weekend and come away confused? Our patented Spoiler FAQ has the answers to every question you have about the Transformers: Age Of Extinction! (Yes, including the one about statutory rape, since Michael Bay decided to bring it up.)
Having trouble figuring out the insane plot of the hot mess that was The Amazing Spider-Man 2? No worries. Our patented Spoiler FAQ is here to help decipher what the hell happened in all those weird, awkward scenes where Spidey wasn't fighting people. Spoilers ahead, obviously!
The Wolverine was not the worst Wolverine movie ever made. So that’s something. But that doesn’t mean The Wolverine didn't leave viewers with more than a few unanswered questions, but we’re here to help! Warning: This FAQ contains massive spoilers for The Wolverine (also, if you haven’t seen the movie, it probably…
After making a mere $84 million at the U.S. box office, Star Trek Into Darkness is considered by some to be a disappointment. Perhaps the problem is that it was a touch confusing. To help our readers better understand it, we've complied and answered these Frequently Asked Questions about the movie.
Nintendo's next console, the Wii U, has got us excited. It combines the best parts of the Wii with the graphical power of the other consoles and throws in the most insanest, ridiculously awesome controller we've ever played for good measure. But I'm sure you guys have questions. Here's what we know about the Wii U so…
Dr. Raymond Soneira of DisplayMate breaks down misinformation about displays,and specs. Never again will you be fooled by LCD refresh rates, or stymied when trying to explain interlacing!
Etiquette on the iPad is white space on the map. It's not a smartphone. It's not a laptop. It's something new. As early adopters, the opportunity to define proper etiquette is ours.
You've seen our Palm Pre review, but if you only had to get ten things out of it, which ten things would they be? It would be these ten things.
Simply put, the Palm Pre is the most hyped phone since the original iPhone. It's coming out in two weeks, on June 6. Here's everything we know—we'll update this as more info comes in.
Meet Dorothy. At 150 inches diagonal, she’s the world’s largest plasma screen and the biggest direct-view TV ever made, built (and named) by Panasonic. We got to play with her recently and as you've seen, it was mind-meltingly awesome. Even though firsthand experiences with Dorothy are akin to filling a leaf blower…
Kudos to AT&T. They've assembled a very useful FAQ page and cut several videos to lay out all the necessities of picking up an iPhone 3G. It includes topics like what you should have on hand if you're transferring a phone number from another carrier (bring you current wireless bill, they suggest, along with your old…
We've just updated the FAQ with many of the reader questions you guys sent in over the weekend. Thanks! For ease of reading, we have the newly added questions below. If you want to see the whole FAQ, which has all the questions (including these new ones), it's here.
Steve Jobs may have launched the iPhone 3G on Monday, and we may have gotten a hands on with it already, but in typical Apple fashion, there's still a lot of stuff left unsaid. How does activation work? How will first-gen iPhone users bring an iPhone 3G onto their plan? Does the GPS work for driving? How much will…
Now that CompUSA is closing its doors, it has begun the process of tying up loose ends regarding issues like gift cards, rain checks, rebates and returns. In a nutshell, if you purchased anything from the store after December 12th you are pretty much S.O.L.
There've been plenty of details on how you buy an iPhone and sign up for AT&T service if you're not a current AT&T customer, but until now current users have been jabbing in the dark about what they have to do. Well, AT&T's finally put up a FAQ, and what a great FAQ it is. The most important detail is the fact that…