Seriously, there has been way too much footage from Captain America: Civil War shown lately, amongst the millions and millions of TV spots and clips. But stuff like this goofy new promo from Chris Evans and a few friends is exactly the sort of silly advertising we can get behind.
Let’s be real: This is possibly the most important, game-changing news that we have heard about Game of Thrones season six so far. NO JOKE. And no, we don’t mean the mere trim Melisandre gave him last episode.
We’ve loved both seasons of Marvel and Netflix’s Daredevil, but even the most diehard fans of the show might be sick of hearing people espouse about “this city!” every other sentence. To remind you just how prevalent this little phrase is, here’s the Daredevil supercut we’ve been waiting to see for ages.
Do you know who enjoyed the Game of Thrones season premiere this past weekend? Hell’s Kitchen-based superhero Daredevil, who couldn’t help but take an interest in the plight of the youngest Stark daughter.
The old Star Wars Expanded Universe was home to some beloved characters—Mara Jade, Grand Admiral Thrawn, Quinlan Vos, the list goes on. But no other character stands as a testament to the sheer joy of the EU than Hoar. Not familiar with him? Well, we’re here to help, with a rundown of the life and times of this iconic…
Remember the scene in The Force Awakens when Rey picks up Luke’s old lightsaber and has a series of horrifying visions? Well, a gent by the name of David Unger just made them even more frightful. An obvious joke? Yes. Incredibly well done and worth watching anyway? Absolutely.
No matter what time zone you’re in, you still might have a case of the Mondays. Back to work/school/whatever your daily grind is, and all that. We have the cure for such a malady, and it involves a whole lot of Star Wars-based goofiness.
Archer’s titular hero is either the greatest spy, or... the worst spy. Let’s be honest, it probably skews a little closer to the latter more often than not, much to our pleasure. But all that experience makes him the perfect person to review every James Bond film, in his own hilarious style.
We probably shouldn’t read too much into it, but Harrison Ford returned yet again to Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote The Force Awakens, coming soon on digital download (god knows it needed the press). But when Kimmel asked him if he was definitely not coming back for more sequels, Ford playfully dodged the question...…
The first episode of the recently announced Lego Star Wars: The Resistance Rises short series is here, and it’s all about Poe Dameron being dashing, strangely deep-voiced, and a bit of a goofball while he goes on a rescue mission to save Admiral Ackbar from the First Order.
On the beloved Justice League animated series, Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman and friends were meant to be the best of the best—the World’s Finest, if you will. But the cartoon also spent a lot of time showing us that the Justice League were super easy to smack about. Here’s a handy dandy supervillain’s guide to…
Is your warrior wounded? Is your druid damaged? Does your barbarian have a boo-boo? Then you’ll need to see a nearby cleric to healed—but be prepared to do some paperwork.
For months, we have pored over every screenshot, every glimpse of footage, and every toy package relating to Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But did we miss the Kurt Vonnegut shout-out? Or are we just seeing things?
The 1966 television show Batman oozes charm and insanity in equal measure. Some of that delicious mixture can be found in the hilarious names Batman gives his devices, each helpfully labeled for the benefit of the audience. Because the internet is fabulous, here’s a Twitter account that’s started collecting every…
As action figures have become more detailed, toy fans have been treated to some amazing-looking figures over the years. But not that long ago, when sculpting techniques were less advanced, toy likenesses could range from the mediocre to the terrifying. Here are 11 figures who look less like they’re ready for action…
There’s one thing on the mind of the Internet today: Star Wars. More Star Wars than you could possibly imagine. But it’s not just the new trailer that people are talking about—a particular social media tag demanding an alleged boycott of the film for its diverse cast has generated more laughs than it has any right to.
The amazing author (and io9 reader!) Greg Cox faced a huge dilemma recently. And he solved it, thanks to science! No, wait. Sorry, thanks to his invaluable experience with toy model kits!
It seems to be official: The pattern for new Star Trek movies is for the title to specify which direction we’re Star Trekkin’. E.g., Into Darkness. Or Beyond. So what title should the fourth movie in the rebooted Star Trek series have? Place your vote below!
There’s something magical about watching a great comics artist at work. So when we went to New York Comic Con over the weekend, we headed straight for Artists’ Alley and gave some of the best artists a unique assignment.