The fastest man alive already moved from guest appearance to his own show.
No, it wasn't a four minute tirade full of expletives. This time.
Ohio State's renovated cartoon library is a stunning showcase for all things comics.
The trademark filings recently for Nightwing suggest big use planned for the character, like in a movie.
Fox's new robo... cop drama Almost Human is almost awesome.
Playstation 4 had a great opening day of sales, topping one million units in North America, but some users are having issues with defective units.
Part 2 of 'Hollywood Babylon'
In a devastating 37-27 loss, the Detroit Lions fell victim to an Amazon Attack.
Come tell us what you thought of the latest episode of The Walking Dead, with the return of The Governor.
Don't expect to see Thor in this Thor tie-in episode.
The polls are open!
Although the kids these days will probably just think Bond is ripping off Austin Powers.
Check out this alternate ending from Bryan Cranston and Jane Kaczmarek.
Kevin Smith wrapped filming on his new horror movie Tusk and teases fans with a photo from the set.
What's the saying again?... This doesn't bode well for Vertigo?
I'm not sure what my monthly rumor limit is, but I have a feeling that my EIC is looking over my shoulder now.
The Garth Ennis/Steve Dillon comic may try to fill the void Breaking Bad left at AMC. (Updated: Seth Rogen Talks Preacher)
Do you like Peanuts? Do you like grim and gritty, post-apocalyptic comics? Does the realization that these two can be mixed together make life worth living? YES!
Han and Chewy finally find a way to rearm the rebellion.
I wish this were a satirical article, but unfortunately it's no joke.
Carol Ferris discovers that Kyle is alive in 'All Tomorrow's Parties'
There never was a "next time" for him to climb into that suit.
An alternate scene showed the Lizard finally killing off the not-so-good doctor, but it it was cut from the film, leaving Ratha's fate unknown. Until now.
Chapter 2: 'Dance Of The Dead'
Niam reviews this weeks comics. Not much else to say.
Nickelodeon will be unloading the one-hour season finale to Korra online due to a successful fan campaign.
The FX spin-off network has landed the syndication rights for the popular animated program.
Fowler gives a detailed account of her original story on Tumblr, and an explanation of her intentions.
Does this random Warner Bros. producer know what he's talking about, or is he just stirring the pot?
I’m gonna cry