The upcoming horror movie Wish Upon has a very cool premise. It’s about a young woman who is gifted an old music box only to find out that the box grants wishes. This is great until the people around her start dying horrible deaths.
Batman might be the Caped Crusader and World’s Greatest Detective, but one comic book aims to teach people about a real-life vigilante: Simon Wiesenthal, Nazi Hunter.
An artist has created gorgeous comic book covers of some of Black Mirror’s most iconic episodes so far...and yes, that includes an image of Porky Pig readying a bottle of lube. It’s about as awkward as it sounds.
Dick Tracy artist Joe Staton revealed at New York Comic-Con that comic strip heroes Dick Tracy and The Spirit will be pairing up for the first time in a crossover next year. Will Eisner’s iconic noir hero will be visiting into Dick Tracy’s crime-riddled city—with permission from Eisner’s estate. What’s next, Garfield…
The comic book industry spent years on the edge of irrelevance, struggling to find an audience after the boom of the 1990s ended. Nowadays, thanks in no small part to the surge in superhero movies, comic book distribution is higher than it’s been in decades.
Justin Trudeau won’t be the only Canadian with his face on the cover of a multi-superhero comic book saga. Chapterhouse Comics is getting in on the game with its own superhero universe.
Riri Williams has been making headlines before she even readied the mantle as the replacement Iron Man. Now, she’s got the go-ahead from the man himself, in the first comic meeting of the two heroes.
Today is International Kissing Day, which means the internet is abuzz with the best smooches of movies and TV. However, some of the most famous locking lips have come from comic books. However, which kisses are the best?
After years bouncing around from big name to big name, the amazing comic series 100 Bullets may have found its champion. Tom Hardy, Bane and Mad Max himself, has signed on to produce and potentially star in a big-screen adaptation of the Vertigo comic.
Here's a fun mashup that combines two things most people who enjoyed childhood video games and comic book movies: Nintendo characters as The Avengers. Mario is Iron Man, Pikachu is Thor, Luigi turns into the Hulk, Link as Captain America and so on.
Last weekend, the cast of The Walking Dead took the stage at Dragon*Con and fielded questions from the audience — with one big restriction. Dragon*Con attendees were told eight times not to ask about former showrunner Frank Darabont.
Something about this Iron Man-ettes reconstruction seems... off. Instead of channeling that great Tony Stark feeling of excess, this plays out like a joyless slave dance for the master in the metal suit. Dance slave girls, dance for your maker!
As if war dogs and night vision contact lenses weren't enough, the killing of Osama bin Laden is going to be stylized in a wannabe Frank Miller-style art. It'll focus on SEAL Team 6 and take some liberties with fiction.
From the people that brought you the Mark Zuckerberg comic book comes the boringly named (yet still enticing!) Steve Jobs: The Co-Founder of Apple, a pulp biography in pictures. A few of which PC World has gotten an early look at.
The animated adaptation of Frank Miller's comic Batman: Year One has an impressive voice cast. From Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston to Eliza Dushku and Katee Sackhoff, this could be one of the coolest animated voice casts yet.
This rumor is up there with the Cher is Catwoman and Eddie Murphy is the Riddler whoppers. TMZ is reporting that Lindsay's people have had multiple phone conversations with the folks behind the new Superman movie. Apparently she's in the running for a "major character," but not Lois Lane — and lots of sites have…
And the hits for the Spidey musical just keep coming. After a few weeks without any reported injuries, Julie Taymor's Spider-Man musical takes another swipe, this time from the New Yorker. Plus, more skits poking fun at the troubled production.
Last week on Batman: The Brave and The Bold, the Birds of Prey ranked the sexual prowess of DC's superheroes, in song. Batman landed on top, but Aquaman and the Flash didn't fare so well. You're going to enjoy this.
No more spidey speculation. Sony and Marvel have officially announced the next Spider-Man, and it's that kid from the Parnassus movies: Andrew Garfield.