The 2017 San Diego Comic-Con is a little over a week away, which means toymakers are running out of time to hype their convention exclusives. Most should probably just give up now, though, because Hasbro’s latest Comic-Con exclusive reveal is essentially irresistible ‘80s nerd heroin.
You might have noticed over the last few months that IDW has been picking up more Hasbro franchises to turn into comic books, as ROM, M.A.S.K., Micronauts, and more have joined the ranks of Transformers and G.I. Joe. But later this year, they’re all being mashed together into one universe. Just like the movies!
Seriously, we need this new time-travel cop show (called Time) to be on television now. Or maybe a year or two ago, if the creators of the show have an actual time machine. The series is described as “Mission Impossible meets Back to the Future,” and it’s from two of our favorite creators.
Oh, Revolution. We lamented its squandered potential after its abrupt demise last year — but it looks like there might be some small chance of the series delivering what little intriguing premise it had left. DC are teaming up with the show's creative team for a new digital comic series to wrap up the story!
The Apocalypse rules pop culture. Half the biggest literary novels these days are apocalyptic, and meanwhile The Walking Dead is a huge hit. Post-apocalyptic stories are what space opera was in the Space Age. But what are they about? Here are 10 types of apocalypses, and what they each signify.
Revolution was cancelled after two seasons of dystopian floundering. Still, we were tantalized by its moments of brilliant weirdness, promising a better show that never materialized. The season finale — filmed before cast and crew knew it was their final episode — made us glad the show is gone forever.
Two scifi shows take their final bows this week—and Warehouse 13 is going out with a musical number. Plus, we see the season finales of From Dusk Till Dawn and Supernatural while the summer TV season is just ramping up. See all the latest clips and details below!
Get the first details about the Game of Thrones season finale. Watch some X-Men featurettes! Ridley Scott could be directing the movie adaptation of The Martian. The first photo from The Walking Dead season five shows a bloodied Rick. And could Arrow's Deadshot get his own spinoff? Spoilers now!
This week, we say a temporary farewell to several shows, including Person of Interest, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Arrow, The Vampire Diaries, and Grimm, while Star-Crossed ends its alien-human romance for good. See all the clips and details below!
Fantastic Four casts Sue and Johnny's father. More details about Interstellar trickle out. And so much video from Maleficent. Plus, tons of info on the Agents of SHIELD and Once Upon a Time finales. Spoilers now!
Two new spooky TV shows premiere this week as The Tomorrow People and Once Upon a Time wrap up their seasons. Plus, zombie drama In the Flesh returns and a powerful Arrow character is back in Starling City. See all the details below!
There's tons of info about the new apes in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Tricia Helfer is returning to Syfy. A new castmember joins the Marvel cartoon Big Hero 6. The writer of Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel is joining Doctor Who. Spoilers now!
Maria Hill, fresh from her stint in Captain America 2, returns to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. this week and Santanico Pandemonium has a deadly dance on From Dusk Till Dawn. Plus, Supernatural prepares its spinoff and Vikings and Resurrection close their seasons. Details below!
And apparently Superman Vs. Batman is the official title. Also, there's tons of Guardians of the Galaxy info. Matt Reeves explains how the original Planet of the Apes follows from the upcoming Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. And Maisie Willaims talks Arya Stark's past and future. Spoilers now!
The Revolution never dies, comrades — especially when we've painted its leaders on massive billboards that loom over your cities and towns. Here are some of the world's most imposing portraits of Communism's most famous instigators.
The original Boba Fett might be returning Star Wars. Patrick Stewart hints at another new X-Men project. And Dennis O'Hare gives some American Horror Story details. Check out the first set videos from The Flash. Plus Hayden Panettiere reacts to the return of Heroes. Spoilers now!
Plus how exactly will Agents of SHIELD change now? Also, The Hunger Games replaces Lily Rabe with a Game of Thrones favorite. Ant-Man casts a villain. Age of Ultron will explain what everyone's been up to since The Avengers. Check out new promos for Maleficent, Orphan Black and Salem. Plus favorite villains return to …
Batman Vs. Superman adds some more star-power to its cast. Jesse Plemons may be out of the running for Star Wars. And there are photos showing Summer Glau in an interesting new costume on Arrow. Plus, the Captain America 2 writers talk about the Agent Carter pilot. Spoilers now!
Dominic Monaghan reports on J.J. Abrams' guiding vision for the Star Wars cast. Pretty much the whole cast previews season four of Game of Thrones. Plus, what historical figure may appear on Doctor Who next? Spoilers now!
Have all the Star Wars auditions we've been hearing about for months just been for new TV shows? Set photos may show the return of a classic series monster to Doctor Who. Roberto Orci describes Sleepy Hollow's season two villains. And are the Lego Movie directors taking over Ghostbusters 3? Spoilers now!