Got plans this Saturday? You do now. It's the 2014 Free Comic Book Day, when publishers give out their wares to the masses, and we can assure you their offerings are going to be worth far more than what you (didn't) pay for them. Here are the 16 comics you need to be looking out for when you arrive at your local comic…
A 15-year-old kid and a raccoon have to save the universe! A treasure hunter is possessed by Sherlock Holmes, Merlin and Dracula! Grant Morrison says goodbye to Superman! And the most burining question in all of The Last Airbender fandom may finally be answered, all in this week's comics!
It's halfway through the summer movie season, and there's a lot of hand-wringing about the state of the Tentpole Film — yes, in spite of Avengers. This year has seen some huge high-profile flops, plus some massive films that underperformed Stateside. And meanwhile, some of the biggest films in the pipeline are having…
Crown the very worst scifi movie ever made! It's down to the sweet sixteen and it's going to get ugly. The Happening goes up against Eddie Murphy's Pluto Nash. What was the biggest upset from the last polling? Dreamcatcher losing to Catwoman! It's horrible movie madness! Madness we tell you! VOTE NOW!
We've seen a bunch of scenes from Avatar: The Legend of Korra so far, but this might just be the craziest. From the Korra Nation fan site, here's a look at Korra's professional bending team — The Fire Ferrets — in action. It's like ultimate frisbee with flamethrowers! Hat tip to Syafiqjabar of Mars.
We saw the trailer recently, and now the latest scene from the upcoming Avatar: The Legend of Korra has hit the web. In this sequence, we see our heroine's aptitude for elemental bending at an early age. The show should be out sometime this year. Hat tip to Syafiqjabar of Mars!
We've seen snippets of the show so far — now exult in the brand new trailer for Avatar: The Legend of Korra. This show takes place 70 years after the original series and stars Korra, a disciple of Aang's son Tenzin. Alas, no firm date has been announced yet, but Korra should air sometime this year. Behold!
Scenes from the upcoming Avatar: The Legend of Korra are coming out in dribs and drabs — take a look here if you haven't seen them — but we're never ones to complain.
The history of genre movies is littered with massive, lavish failures — movies that took hundreds of millions of dollars and tossed the money down a sinkhole. But some of the movies that everybody "knows" were box office disasters actually did really well, when you look at the numbers.
Get ready to forget the summer of 2010 happened all over again! The opening credits for Nickelodeon's upcoming Avatar: The Last Airbender spin-off The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra has hit the web. This clip, along with the trailer we saw a while back, looks enjoyably epic — the new series will premiere in 2012.
The Last Airbender wasn't punishment enough. Whatever we did to deserve Hollywood's "racebending" shenanigans, we've still earned more suffering. Tron Legacy's Garrett Hedlund is reportedly starring in Akira. And there's still the Americanized Cowboy Bebop in the pipeline too. And an Americanized Space…
The awards show dedicated to the worst movies has finally released its nominations for 2011. They've added a brand new category: Worst Eye-Gouging Mis-Use of 3-D! Our prediction: The Last Airbender will clean house.
This year's best movies played with genres in ways that changed their audiences' perceptions. Video-game movies, action movies, heist movies and superhero movies — they all had dazzling reinventions. Here are the 10 best and worst SF/fantasy movies of 2010.
This week was the 3D Entertainment Summit in Los Angeles, a large industry shindig that draws corporate types together with creatives to talk about the future of 3D technology in movies, games, and more. According to a release about the conference, not everybody there was happy about 3D:
2010 was a hideous summer for movies. This got us wondering: When did the truly great summer movies come out? So we did some research - and created a chart that will make you weep with joy.
It's been 30 years since Gary Kurtz and George Lucas split because Lucas wanted toys to dictate the storytelling in Star Wars. Since then, toy-driven movie-making has gone way beyond Lucas' grubbiest dreams. Here are the hallmarks of toy-centric storytelling.
With over 20 episodes in Avatar: The Last Airbender's first season, we knew M. Night Shyamalan would have to cut a lot to adapt it. But what ended up on the cutting room floor could have really helped this film.
You giggled at The Happening. You snorted at The Village. But now, for the first time ever, former indie auteur M. Night Shyamalan has set out to make a gonzo comedy on purpose, with The Last Airbender. Spoilers ahead!
Captain America and X-Men: First Class keep on adding castmembers. Edgar Wright explains how Ant-Man will bring the funny. There are clips from J.J. Abrams' Undercovers, and fresh Bioshock hints. Plus The Last Airbender, Breaking Dawn, True Blood and Supernatural.