Want to read a totally trippy, insane short story that will keep you guessing—and possibly a little bit uncertain of the solidity of your surroundings? You’re in luck, because there’s a weird-as-hell Laird Barron short story over at Apex Magazine.
You’ll have to wait a bit longer for more Force Awakens footage. Do we now know what disaster kicks off Marvel’s Civil War? Everyone you could possibly want is allegedly back on Twin Peaks. Plus, teasers for Universal’s new Monster universe, new 12 Monkeys casting, and even more Last Ship. To Me, My Spoilers!
Everybody loves Batman. After 75 years of saving Gotham City, the Caped Crusader has become an archetype. So it's not surprising that every comic needs its own version of Bats. And yet, Batman remains unique, and it's not so easy to copy him. Here are 9 Batman knock-offs that totally miss why Batman works.
There's a going theory out there that an undiscovered planet resides in our solar system somewhere beyond the orbit of Pluto. But NASA just finished an exhaustive survey — and it completely failed to turn up any evidence that "Planet X" exists.
Marvel Studios is considering another intriguing offbeat choice to direct the studio's weirdest movie yet. The Captain America sequel is close to finding its female lead. Plus awesome casting updates for Iron Man 3, Game of Thrones, Revolution, and Warehouse 13!
Man of Steel adds a longtime comic book character, plus new set photos reveal Kevin Costner as Pa Kent. Riddick 3 finds its villain. Oz the Great and Powerful is really paying homage to the original Wizard of Oz movie!
Hell has taken over the Earth, led by the evil Count Draculon, and the human resistance is utterly crushed. Until one dying soldier gets transformed into the ultimate engine of vengeance... Manborg! Uh, what?
There's a popular theory about the comets that wiped out the dinosaurs and caused other cyclical mass extinctions on Earth: they might be under the gravitational control of a star called Nemesis. A new study shows that the entire idea may be a fantasy.
We might know who Joseph-Gordon Levitt is playing in The Dark Knight Rises, and it's a lot more believable than Robin or the Riddler...and yet another Inception star could be joining the movie. Bryan Singer explains how X-Men: First Class connects to his earlier films, plus Michael Fassbender talks Magneto and Ridley…
Far away in the frozen outermost depths of our solar system, there might be a hidden planet four times the size of Jupiter. This secret companion to the Sun could be responsible for sending comets into the inner solar system.
"Evil batman" Nemesis creator Mark Millar claims that Tony Scott's movie adaptation of his ultra-violent comic Nemesis has a budget of $150 mil. Plus, his anti-hero Nemesis WILL be keeping the infamous white suit. That's one pricey bloodbath. [MTV]
It's a diverse line-up at your friendly neighborhood comic book store tomorrow. Among many things, there's new Thor and Walking Dead, classic horror tales from comic masters, and a reprint of a great graphic novel from the director of Mirrormask.
The Walking Dead season two will be a full 13 episodes. (Update: It's just a rumor.) There's an update on whether Caprica might make a second season. Plus a Tron Legacy poster, True Blood hints and a Fringe promo.
Tony Scott, the director of such gritty action flicks as True Romance and The Last Boy Scout, is now attached to the film adaptation of Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's "What if Batman was a bad guy?" miniseries Nemesis.
Need a monster fix? This week's comics have you covered with a Predators prelude, classic Dracula art from the late Dick Giordano, and the second issue of Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's Evil Batman series, Nemesis. Who's the most monstrous?
What's waiting for you at the comic shop this Wednesday? The return of America's mutant sweetheart, a trade paperback you can foist upon your hipster friends, and Mark Millar's latest four-panel ploy at global domination. Yup, it's Comics We Crave!
We've always assumed our sun was the only star in our solar system, but maybe not. We could be in a binary system, with a brown dwarf hiding in the Oort cloud. And it could be bombing us with comets.
Mark Millar recently auctioned off the alter ego of the titular nemesis in Nemesis, his upcoming "Batman as a supervillain" series. Now he says retailers who display this charmingly profane Nemesis poster win free ad space in the comic itself.
Your body will die, but your name can live on forever... Or for however long it'll take for people to forget about comic creator Mark Millar's next project. He's auctioning off the name of his Nemesis lead character for charity.
Is it possible that the movie version of Nemesis, the new comic from Wanted and Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar, could be the most star-studded superhero movie ever? An admittedly-drunk Millar is suggesting it'll be so.