We’re officially in autumn now, the season of colorful leaves, scarves, and pumpkin-spiced everything. Help celebrate the season by filling the comments with gifs, much like the ground will soon be blanketed with leaves.
Now, you may not be literally dancing on a corpse, as Bender is, but we are metaphorically dancing on the metaphorical grave of this week. In this case, dancing is a metaphor for “posting gifs.” (Just FYI: If you haven’t seen this particular episode of Futurama, Bender’s dancing restarts the girl’s heart. She’s fine.)
Whenever my mind wanders, that panel of Karnak delivering the harshest own possible to an assailant pops back in my head. The last sentence of the Inhuman’s diss track has been stuck there for months. What piece of word balloon brilliance do you want the world to know about?
Brie Larson, the new Captain Marvel, says we need more female-led superhero movies, and she’s absolutely right. So let’s figure out who they should be.
Look. We are not saying that every gif this week has to be Star Trek-themed in honor of the show’s 50th anniversary. We would never impose any rules on the gif party. But we are saying we wouldn’t mind seeing a giant pile of Star Trek gifs that we could add to our collections. But please, party however you see fit.
Or your least favorite thing? Or your best memory tangentially related to Star Trek? Really, just treat this as a place to talk about anything Star Trek-related. For example, who’s dressing up as a salt vampire tomorrow to honor the episode that started it all 50 years ago?
In a few days, Ariel and Eric will not be able to wear those white outfits anymore. Celebrate the end of summer by showing us, in gifs, how you’re feeling.
Let me tell you a story about me, Star Trek Deep Space Nine, and bad timing.
It’s Friday, and it’s time to bring out the gifs. Otherwise the Lost in Space robot will keep freaking out.
Sometimes I like it when artists draw Batman’s ears long. But, then, other times, I like it when the Dark Knight’s cowl is rendered with shorter ears. What about you guys?
Over decades of comics, hundreds of writers and artists have made huge impacts on characters we all know and love—reshaping them and defining them to tell bold new stories or add huge developments to their legacy. But who did it best? Who had your favorite run of a comic book?
It’s finally Friday, so let loose in the comments with the gif or gifs of your choice.
The summer movie season has a few weeks left, but most of the big guns have already been unleashed. From Captain America: Civil War in May to Warcraft in June, Ghostbusters in July, and Suicide Squad in August, it’s been quite the up and down summer. And we want to know your thoughts.
It’s Friday, it’s been a crazy week for us, and now it’s time to celebrate the weekend. Give us your best gifs in the comments.
Tell me a story, io9, and do it in only six words.
Today at the TCA panel, CBS entertainment president Glenn Geller explained that moving Supergirl to the CW was a great move for them and the show. And that “If we heard the right superhero pitch, we would absolutely buy it.” Let’s help him find it.
What? Did you think we meant something else? Something dirty? Get your head out of the gutter, guys, and then grab your meat and get moving and grooving, But above all, get giffing.
It’s Friday, show us how things are with your gifs!
Just like this bad effect of Kirk here, it’s time to let the gifs just drift across your screen. Show us how you’re doing, in gif form, in the comments.
Matt Damon said that he’d “jump” at the chance to be a superhero if Ben Affleck was directing. And while we ponder that reunion that will never happen, we have to ask: “What superhero role would you like to see Matt Damon in?”