Chris Evans promises Civil War is still primarily about Captain America. Julianne Moore could be joining Kingsman 2. Astro Boy is heading back to the big screen. Plus, Djimon Hounsou joins Wayward Pines, and get a look at another comic book villain heading to Supergirl. Spoilers now!
A few new hints about Domhnall Gleeson's The Force Awakens character emerge. Gotham casts a new villain, and for once, it's not a character from the comics. Plus, Agent Carter's showrunners talk Peggy's love life post-Steve Rogers, and our first look at Ian McKellen in action as Sherlock Holmes. Huzzah for…
The film industry is once again trying to adapt some classic Japanese works for today's audiences. On deck are a group of Warner Bros. based producers for Robotech and Australia's Animal Logic Entertainment for Astro Boy.
Our world would be a way more wondrous place if Disney and Hayao Miyazaki's characters littered the logos of our lives.
It’s a very special week when a comic in which Deadpool hunts down the young ladies of Little Women probably isn’t the weirdest release. In fact, this week’s comics feature Jewish monsters, gun-toting gorillas, and cats with guns in their butts —and that’s just for starters!
Combining a block-rocking beat, poignant love story, and a hardcore Astroboy Disco vibe—did I mention, it's anime—With You by Australian electronica duo Flight Facilities will have you grooving faster than you can say "Go! Go! Go!"
Life isn't easy if you're a genetic experiment. Or an expendable minion, a powerful being wedged into an itty-bitty living space, or a recently downgraded scientific entity. Fortunately, it's a little easier to bear the pain if you've got someone in a similar situation to share the load.
Batman, Robin, and Wonder Woman all find themselves in sticky situations in Tina Lugo's paintings, which blend her hallucinatory sensibility with a sexy sense of humor.
At the International Conference on
Intelligent Robots and Systems in San Francisco last month, Meka Robotics showed off their mechanical arm and head combination.
The greatest mad scientists dabble in forces that... wait for it... man (or woman) was not meant to meddle with. And many of them live to regret it. Here are 20 mad scientists whose journeys ended in remorse and despair.
In Tokyo, subway etiquette is no joke—you can ask Superman, Optimus Prime, or Astro Boy. Just look at what could happen if you spit out your Kryptonite bubble gum onto the station platform. Tsk tsk.
Every major studio hopes the films it showcases at Comic Con this year will be major hits. But if history's any indication, some of those movies will tank. Here are the biggest turkeys Comic Con has seen in years past.
Here's a one-minute teaser from the 2011 movie version of Gatchaman, anime's premiere avian-themed science ninja show from Speed Racer creator Tatsuo Yoshida and famed animation house Tatsunoko Productions. Watch as Ken the Eagle and company take down Galactor's robot.
It's been the decade where comic culture took over pop culture, and superheroes became movie stars. But what are some of our picks for the best comics from the last ten years? We're glad you - okay, we - asked.
One of our 5 Comics You're Not Reading But Should Be, Pluto stands out as a perfect example of how to reboot and resurrect old franchises in a decade full of attempts. But even those unfamiliar with the original Astro Boy will find themselves drawn into Naoki Urasawa's robot murder mystery. Unconcerned with repeating…
Early in Astro Boy, a squad of combat drones goes into battle against an experimental war robot. One drone turns to his friend and mutters, "I really hate this job." That moment helps crystalize what makes Astro Boy so great.
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