The next time you find yourself fleeing an oppressive regime across the galaxy, or to just another country, you won’t have to worry about whether or not you’ll be able to plug your lightsaber into some unfamiliar socket. This immobile version of R2-D2 from Brando hides an entire stack of power adapters for 40…
The Superpower Wiki is a very useful place if you’re trying to remember what a certain ability is called or if you’re trying to find every hero and villain who manipulates ice, for example. It’s also a useful place to find some of the most terrible, most ineffectual, and downright baffling superpowers in the…
Another Autobot joins Transformers: The Last Knight. Brent Spiner probably won’t be in Star Trek: Discovery. Sleepy Hollow gets a new villain. Plus, Steven Moffat on Peter Capaldi’s Doctor Who future, Legends of Tomorrow’s Justice Society gets a swanky emblem, and more Thor: Ragnarok snaps from Mark Ruffalo. Spoilers…
io9: Let’s start with Powers. what strikes me the most with the show is a really left turn, total variation between the comics, as you wrote them, and the show. You wrote Powers as kind of a police procedural with superhero melodrama. This feels more like a show about a generation gap between the older people who had…
Hugh Jackman’s facial hair sparks a new round of speculation about Wolverine 3. Mike Mignola talks about the chances of a third Hellboy. A familiar face is returning to Doctor Who next year. Plus the Star Trek show gets an intriguing new writer, and Melissa Benoist talks Supergirl romances. Behold, spoilers!
Mark Millar adds another comic book movie adaptation to his collection. Legends of Tomorrow casts more heroes for season two. Les Moonves talks about the Star Trek TV show’s release schedule. Kevin Smith will return to The Flash. Plus new images from X-Men Apocalypse, and Melissa McCarthy on Ghostbusters. Spoilers Now!
Because it’s on the PlayStation Network, it’s shockingly easy to forget about Powers, the show based on the Brian Michael Bendis comic book. The season two trailer, though, is a reminder that there’s a great cast behind it.
It’s a total Marvel blowout as Kevin Feige talks Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and more. Chiwetel Ejiofor and Tilda Swinton tease their Doctor Strange roles. Brian Michael Bendis discusses improving Powers for season two. And Legends of Tomorrow gets timey wimey. Spoilers!
Yes, Powers is coming back! It might have slightly fallen off the face of the earth after its much-vaunted debut on the Playstation Network earlier this year. But before you all go “Wait, Powers came out this year!?”, watch this trailer for the second season, and watch Sharlto Copley face an anti-superhuman revolution.
Gwendoline Christie compares her Force Awakens character to a beloved Star Wars villain. Mark Ruffalo teases Thor: Ragnarok. Lucy Lawless has a bizarre idea for the Xena reboot. Plus, Gotham casts another comic character, mystery casting for Powers and Twin Peaks, and Steven Moffat on Doctor Who’s future. Spoilers Get!
A crazy new Star Wars theory explains why Finn knows how to use a lightsaber. Arrow’s producers say their latest twist isn’t a fake-out. Christoph Waltz is sick of being linked to Blofeld in SPECTRE. Plus, confirmation of a Game of Thrones character’s return, and a brief look at The X-Files. Spoilers Now!
Lego is making two new shows for Netflix. George Miller denies he’s involved in Man of Steel 2, while Daniel Craig says there’s at least one more Bond movie left in him after SPECTRE. An animated Ghostbusters film may be in the works. Plus clips from Doctor Who, and Agents of SHIELD. So Many Spoilers!
It’s a post Comic-Con blowout with reactions for Ash vs Evil Dead, Doctor Who, Legends of Tomorrow and more. A slew of casting announcements for DC’s superhero TV shows change everything. Joe Quesada discusses the new Spider-Man costume. Plus, Guillermo del Toro on Pacific Rim 2. So many spoilers!
JJ Abrams discusses honoring Star Wars’ past in The Force Awakens. Clark Gregg looks to Agents of SHIELD’s future in the MCU. Plus, teases for the finales of Once Upon A Time and Arrow, and where a potential fifth season of Person of Interest could go. To me, my Spoilers!
The miniseries based on JK Rowling’s The Casual Vacancy arrives this week, as does the premiere of Penny Dreadful’s second season. Plus, get ready for the season finales of Powers and The Last Man on Earth, and see what’s ahead for The Flash, Arrow, Game of Thrones, and more.
Marvel may be developing a TV show based on Kamala Khan’s Ms. Marvel. Joss Whedon talks about Edgar Wright leaving Ant-Man. Doctor Who unveils a new monster. Get a better look at Batman v. Superman’s new Batsuit. And a familiar face officially returns to X-Files. Behold, Spoilers!
Subway (the person) returns to Community for a new marketing scheme, but can it possibly be as hysterical as his last appearance? Plus, what’s wrong with Orphan Black’s male clones? What happens when a zombie eats a gamer’s brains? And what are Tyrion and Varys up to on next week’s Game of Thrones? We’ve got the…
Orphan Black is back! While we're excited to find out what's in store after last season's big clone reveal, there's more TV goodness in store this week: Major Lazer gets its own cartoon; we learn Melinda May's secret origin on SHIELD, and The CW debuts its new angel drama The Messengers.
Tatiana Maslany spills the beans on Orphan Black's return. Agent Coulson will find himself with an unlikely ally on Agents of SHIELD. Plus, rumors for the next Force Awakens trailer, Wondercon teases for The Flash, iZombie and Powers, and surprising return on Person of Interest. Behold, Spoilers!
Yes, Mark Hamill is back in his second most iconic DC role in this week's The Flash. Will Syfy's Greek mythology show Olympus be cheesy fun or just plain terrible? Plus, Outlander's back from its honeymoon, Archer finishes up its season finale, and Steven Universe crosses over with Uncle Grandpa.