The CW’s zombies returns for season 4, a supernatural comic book, and Sherlock Holmes gets an anime twist.
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.
It’s a stretch to say that “religion basically no longer exists” in the Star Trek universe.
The best openings offer condensed versions of everything that’s good and promising about the title in question.
Cool news and trailers coming out of Comic-Con 2017, plus more.
The latest Marvel superhero teaser, the death of a comic book icon, Bioware’s next original title, and the big G gets animated.
There’s no way I’m not immediately watching this.
Aposimz contains plenty of Nihei trademarks plus a few tweaks that give it some unique flavor, too.
Marvel’s next big hit, gorgeous-looking Chinese swordplay, more Netflix original sci-fi, and classic cult samurai action.
Wonder Woman looks like actual fun, Young Justice returns, BioWare’s sci-fi epic gets more epic, and Jackie Chan’s next film looks like a blast from the past.
The Sorcerer Supreme reigns, Frozone returns, following Apple’s website through the years, a great icon font gets better, and more epic fantasy is coming to the box office.
Some humorous video mash-ups, a space opera comic title, and some über-nerdy trailer analysis.
Forget about characters and plot. My favorite aspect of “Macross” has always been its amazing mecha designs.
Transforming mecha and the Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage” make everything better.
Also, some more thoughts about why, exactly, the show is so powerful and endearing for me.