One of the writers behind Batman vs. Two-Face claims Warner Bros. briefly considered turning Tim Burton’s ill-fated Superman Lives into an animated film. But if Nicolas Cage’s Superman became a reality, would it no longer exist only in our minds? I don’t know if I want to live in a world where I can no longer imagine…
Game of Thrones may be focused on the war for the Iron Throne, but there’s another epic battle in Westeros’ past that’s just as iconic, and it’s finally getting told thanks to its own special.
Game of Thrones will be over in two seasons, but HBO is already peering around the corner for what’s next. The network is working on at least four spinoffs, with George R.R. Martin pitching in on a couple of them. We have no clue what they’ll be about yet (although Dunk & Egg seems like a shoo-in), but one animated…
Adult Swim has released a new featurette about the music in Samurai Jack’s upcoming fifth season, and it’s packed with a good chunk of new footage from the show. That’s not the best part, though—the best part is creator Genndy Tartakovsky, who’s so excited about Jack’s return he provides his own vocalized soundtrack…
The CW has announced that it’s picked up NBC’s canceled superhero series Constantine for an animated revival on its digital network, with Matt Ryan set to return as the title character.
We’re always happy when there’s a new Animated Life to watch, and the last one for the year is no exception. This time out, we’ve got the coelacanth and the discovery that the fish with the 400 million-year-old lineage is still alive.
If you saw Guardians of the Galaxy and were wondering about what life was like for Peter Quill on Yondu’s ship — well, here’s your answer.
In “Coda,” an animated short from And Maps And Plans studio and directed by Alan Holly, a drunk man dies. And then Death finds his soul in the park, refusing to let him just wander. Instead, Death takes him on a journey to see “many things.”
In the fun short film Pasteurized, an alien scientist spends his days in quiet research in his lab — that is, until he attracts the attention of a feline astronaut on its way to the moon.
Conan O'Brien joins international secret agent Archer in his battle against the Russian mafia. The neat animated sketch shows Conan shooting a gun, throwing a grenade, and getting really excited in his new role as a badass spy.
The Simpsons rolled out a big holiday intro sequence this week, and as it's now legally required for every media entity showcasing snow, they were forced to make a Frozen reference. The whole thing is adorable.
Behold the "bootleg" animated Judge Dredd webseries in its entirety. And it is dark, gross, and violent—and honestly I felt weird watching it at work. And that's probably the very feeling that the creator wanted to impart to the audience.
Mayokero is the first song of the album Acowpella Beatbox by Israeli artist Roy Kafri. The music video—directed by Vania Heymann, a second year student in Bezalel School of Art and Design—is brilliant. It takes classic album covers and animates them to sing along the song in a completely seamless way.
Artist Jeff Victor has compiled an illustrated evolution of the favorite Batman character Catwoman. Look at all the adorable versions Selina Kyle and how she has transformed over the years.
In the animated short Chainsaw Richard, all Ramses and his best pal Tiny Ghost want to do is sneak into a movie theater so they can watch the watch a burly man wield a chainsaw. That's easy to do if you're a ghost, but not so easy if you're a little boy. Watch out for the Spider Queen.
How do you pump up the testosterone on a song by Metalocalypse's Dethklok? Make Batman the lead singer and send him rocking with his iron buns and his backup band—made up of Red Hood, Nightwing, and Robin on the drums.
We spent a lot of time celebrating the greatness that is Idina Menzel in Frozen, but Kristen Bell is no slouch either. Just try not to cry watching Bell sing all the parts of her aging character Anna in this live rendition of "Do You Want To Build A Snowman."
Paramount just revealed the first ever footage from Michael Bay's live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. We've seen the Turtles in action — and they look like GIGANTIC GREEN BABIES.