In 2012, such heralded heroes as the Caped Crusader and Bilbo Baggins will hit the multiplex, making the producers enough gold bullion to make gallons of extremely expensive, fatal soup.
Despite being typecast as whiny slackers who feel overly-entitled, it appears Generation X has done okay for themselves according to a new study.
You're going to read this, and you're going to say, how is this about tech? I'm gonna head you off at that pass: This is a message from Internet, the generation that became the voice that set the tone for everything you love about the Net. And it's pissed. -Editor
What's in your comic book store this Wednesday? New adventures for Black Panther and Cade Skywalker and reprints of old gems from awesome artists like Moebius, Amanda Conner, and Stan Sakai. It's always comic book Wednesday somewhere.
Yesterday we reported that ex-Lost and Smallville writer Jeph Loeb will oversee Marvel's newly created TV division. Marvel hasn't made a live-action show in years, but we may see one, given Loeb's credentials. However, it will be an uphill battle.
If there's one thing that this week's premieres of Heroes and Smallville collectively proved, it's that television really shouldn't try and tackle superheroes. Here's even more proof why - as well as some rare examples of when it does work.
For a man who sees himself as such a loner, Wolverine has gathered quite a family around him since his creation, in both literal and metaphorical terms (The price of being such a successful franchise, I suppose). Meet his kids - well, the ones we know about, at least.
When did I first realize that Generation-X nostalgia was a driving the entertainment industry off a cliff? First all the toys I'd broken were suddenly on the big screen, thrashing each other and cursing loudly. Then the cartoons I learned to masturbate while watching were being acted out - with gravitas - by real…
Remember that classic "toy" slime that came in a little garbage can? Ever use it to have sex? Yeah, um... me neither. Anyway, it turned 30 years old this month. To celebrate, Japan's Mega Store is releasing an updated line of products called Adult Slime. Nostalgic Generation Xer's will be happy to know the line has…