Cartoonist Lee Gatlin regularly posts hilarious comics on his Tumblr, including a series of comics where Freud listens to the emotional woes of various fictional creatures, including superheroes, monsters, and even Satan himself. Sometimes, introspection is just funny.
Tumblr is often a place where people discuss identity politics, but how much more complicated would those identity politics be if they included vampires, werewolves, fairies, and other fantastical creatures?
If you were asked to do a motion-capture test as Spider-Man, what would you do? Jumps into the superhero crouch? Mime web shooting? Or would you, as actual Spider-Man Tom Holland did, breakdance?
I’m not sure how, exactly, this only just happened, but someone finally got around to taking the audio from that Star Trek Beyond trailer with The Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage” and setting it to footage from the original TV series. It’s delightful.
I think we all know that the shit the crews of Federation starships go through would provoke some pretty hardcore cursing from even the most stoic of people. Who isn’t going to let out a giant “FUCK” when their best friend is eaten by a salt vampire? Thankfully, a Twitter account has stepped up to fix the problem TV…
We already liked Ezra Miller’s Flash when he appeared in last night’s Justice League Comic-Con trailer, but now? We’re ready to be BFFs, because it turns out the (Movie’s) Fastest Man Alive is a big Rick & Morty fan.
With Doctor Strange on the rapidly approaching horizon, San Diego Comic-Con is naturally the place to start seeing merchandise crop up for the first time. But there’s something... well, strange about some of the toys on the show floor today. The plastic versions of the sorcerer supreme are all a bit off in the hair…
There’s a new a virtual reality app named Hindsight VR that currently allows people to “join” Stan Lee at Comic-Con, no matter where they happen to be. It’s all fine and dandy, but there’s been an even bigger breakthrough as a result: Technically, Virtual Stan can attend every single Comic-Con from now until the end…
Would you like to cameo as an alien in an upcoming Star Trek movie? Step one: Acquire several billion dollars. Apparently the movie cameo comes free of charge.
As someone living in a country where Pokémon Go has yet to come out, it’s been certainly something to be an outsider looking in upon the sheer Pokémania that has gripped the U.S. this weekend—a touch disconcerting even, which this brilliant mash-up between the app and Black Mirror highlights to hilarious effect.
When the terrifying alien entity known as Godzilactus arrives, you, your planet, and your grooves are all doomed. To be honest, I’m not sure whether this is a very short rock opera or a very long music video, but this Godzilla/Galactus mash-up is such a fantastic design that I want a giant, preposterously expensive…
Louis CK’s upcoming series, Better Things, may be another depressing round of barely exaggerated situational comedy, but at least this new show is heavier on the Game of Thrones references!
Not content to wait idly by until Deadpool 2 starts shooting next year, the merc with a mouth infiltrated this Japanese trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse. It was partly in preparation for the Japanese release of his own film (where it opened earlier this month; this is a few weeks old) but mainly to continue biting the…
Even if those friends are half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herders. Maybe especially then.
Election mania is sweeping the U.S., and not even fictitious politicians can escape the vicious cycle of attack ads.
The latest X-Men movie is sadly a bit of a bummer, with grand scale but no soul. But what if Fox had included it in its plans to slap an R-rating on every superhero movie it had going in the wake of Deadpool’s smashing success? It probably wouldn’t be as goofy as this parody trailer presumes.
The Star Wars galaxy is home to some of the most iconic spaceships in science fiction—the instantly recognizable X-Wing, the giant hulls of a Star Destroyer. Some, however, are just plain old goofy. Given that we recently learned about some of the new ships coming to Rogue One, we gathered up some of the silliest…
Seriously, there has been way too much footage from Captain America: Civil War shown lately, amongst the millions and millions of TV spots and clips. But stuff like this goofy new promo from Chris Evans and a few friends is exactly the sort of silly advertising we can get behind.
Let’s be real: This is possibly the most important, game-changing news that we have heard about Game of Thrones season six so far. NO JOKE. And no, we don’t mean the mere trim Melisandre gave him last episode.
We’ve loved both seasons of Marvel and Netflix’s Daredevil, but even the most diehard fans of the show might be sick of hearing people espouse about “this city!” every other sentence. To remind you just how prevalent this little phrase is, here’s the Daredevil supercut we’ve been waiting to see for ages.