These humorous shorts explain Marvel’s most famous (and convoluted) storylines.
Two episodes in, and already I like Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor way more than Peter Capaldi’s.
Make it so.
Nathan Fillion makes an awesome fan film, Godzilla comes stomping back, and DC’s new titles lighten the mood a little.
A live-action take on an anime classic, a new martial arts/sci-fi series, and one of the biggest video games gets a TV series.
Surely the Star Wars universe contains scientists and adventurers who desire to explore the galaxy and its myriad wonders.
Maverick feels the need for speed (again), the Incredibles and Toy Story sequels get trailers, and Upgrade’s trailer promises crazy cyborg action.
Amazon is saving good TV sci-fi and producing a massive new fantasy series, Godzilla faces his classic foes, and a great DC animated series returns.
A Japanese take on the Caped Crusader, fans pay homage to an iconic anime movie, and the Big G himself comes back to Netflix.
Michael Jai White takes blaxploitation to the Old West, a trippy new horror film, and Netflix remakes another classic series.
The Sentinel of the Spaceways might finally get a good movie and the First Avenger gets an acclaimed new writer.
Bard combines an unobtrusive text editor with very customizable content block functionality.
The CW’s zombies returns for season 4, a supernatural comic book, and Sherlock Holmes gets an anime twist.
Dan Slott and Mike Allred’s take on the Silver Surfer is a far cry from the comics of my youth — for better and worse.
A screen legend is back, a musical match made in R’lyeh, more ’80s nostalgia, and the return of the Warner Brothers and their sister.
Nunchaku lightsabers kick ass; the controversial Star Wars climax goes vintage; and reviews of a reality-hopping family drama and a psychic-powered modern fantasy.
More orc cop action is heading our way, G.I. Joe comics move beyond mere nostalgia, and crazy kaiju action comes to Netflix.
It’s a shame that a vehicle so cool never figured more prominently in the G.I. Joe mythos.
Netflix’s upcoming series gets dystopic, an acclaimed cyberpunk manga is coming to live action, and a modern anime master returns.
A new Star Wars trilogy, Netflix plans a Blame! sequel, and Eleven might be going to Narnia.