The fantasy sex-romp trilogy is coming to television.
The Outhouse swypes Bleeding Cool's Swype File feature to expose DC swyping from themselves.
Strong previously voiced Batgirl in Batman: The Animated Series.
The two Marvel toy lines that Hasbro produces will end this year, to be replaced by the movie lines.
Toy company, NECA shows off the future nerd delights at the SDCC!
A teasing head shot of the Big Bad for X-Men: Days of Future Past, the Sentinel, has been sighted at SDCC!!!
Don't expect that announcement Saturday night.
Did Avatar's puppet site Bleeding Cool encourage Justin Jordan to walk off Superboy and take a job at Avatar instead?
A review of the new DC title.
That's because one series is good and the other isn't.
The publisher has announced five new series, all of which are available now.
What, you thought that just because we've been publishing articles tagged SDCC for the past three days, the convention had started already?
The very small screen... like in your hand.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
The latest poster teases the mighty Kaiju's appearance.
Rest of industry shocked to learn that there can be more than three women writers in comics at one time.
Alice Cooper, who confessed to having sex with a dead body in 1975, has been hired to star in a new comic by Dynamite Entertainment.
The publisher will help bridge the gap between innocent, gender-neutral ponies and unnecessarily sexualized teenage humanoids!
On this episode of the podcast Eric sits down and talks with comedian and actor Travis Richey about his role as Community's inspector Spacetime!
MTV Geek confirms our scoop from yesterday with an exclusive interview. :P
Another one bites the dust.
Your guess is seriously as good as mine.
How many comics is JMS writing?
The Sherlock actor is joining the Game of Thrones cast in an unspecified role.
DC Collectables has announced action figures for Ollie and Deathstroke.
We've seen teaser photos, get ready for the possible main course: full size pictures of the King of the Monsters.
Starring DC executives like Geoff Johns and Jim Lee. We get the "evil" part. We're just not convinced on "necessary."
We've got another look at Godzilla, courtesy of the Godzilla Experience at SDCC.
Check it out, its RU's turn! Shock of shocks, he picked Deadpool.
The series will be published by Dynamite.