Everyone loves a good seasonally-appropriate special, and that usually means Christmas. Unless, of course, you’re a science fiction or fantasy story where real Christmas would make no sense. Then you’ve got to come up with something Christmas-like to fill the void.
DreamWorks’ Dragons: Race to the Edge hits Netflix June 26; Hiccup and Toothless lead the charge, of course, but all kinds of new dragons will also be added into the mix.
Stephen King's Dark Tower series is a sprawling saga that moves from genre to genre, but it's also a veritable juke box of American music, pulling in everything from jazz standards to '80s hair metal to show tunes to old country. Here's every song that makes an appearance in the series.
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Artist Mittie Paul says he originally wanted to do a realistic portrait of Toothless but ended up researching Viking Art instead. This is the result.
The acclaimed sequel to How to Train Your Dragon originally had a very different prologue, highlighting the movie's new characters and dragons. One story artist shows us how that opening could have looked by drawing a comic version of the whole thing.
How to Train Your Dragon has grown up in more ways than one. The sequel to the original animated charmer takes place five years later, and it's filled with vast and stunning landscapes, even more endlessly inventive dragons, and a more mature story. Despite a few hiccups in its plot, it's a movie to make hearts soar.
How do you make a sequel to a movie as charming as How to Train Your Dragon? In our exclusive interview, the director, producer, and actors of How to Train Your Dragon 2 tell us about teenaged Hiccup, how he'll see a dark version of himself in the sequel, and the importance of telling the adult characters' stories,…
Get a good look at the sequel to the long awaited How to Train Your Dragon animated feature, and then get insanely excited because this follow up feature looks like it has twice the action and excitement of the original film. Plus, BABY DRAGONS!
Emilia Clarke and Pedro Pascal break down the latest Game of Thrones episode. Ben Foster describes his Warcraft character. Doctor Who's latest director talks about what she brings to the set. Check out another Guardians of the Galaxy trailer. Plus, new details from the filming of Terminator: Genesis. Spoilers now!
Can't wait for the How To Train Your Dragon sequel? Here's a glimpse of the new tie-in comic book, to tide you over. The Dragons: Riders of Berk comic will come out quarterly from Titan Comics starting May 27, and we've got a few exclusive pages below.
These two animated scamps get cozy with their double cosplay act in this sweet painting by Eric Proctor.
There are so many new dragons in the long-awaited How To Train Your Dragon sequel. Big ones, small ones, ones that blow ice instead of fire... Looks like the wait may have been worth it.
It's hard to overstate importance of Ranma ½ to the U.S. anime fandom. Long before Dragonball Z or Pokémon, Rumiko Takahashi's martial arts comedy about a boy who changed genders whenever he's hit with hot or cold water created the first wave of anime fans who actually knew the word anime. And now Ranma ½ is back,…
Hiccup and Toothless are back and badass in the sequel to the wonderful How to Train Your Dragon, and now that there are vikings riding dragons, the stakes have risen considerably. But this trailer also has a pretty big reveal in it, and one that Dreamworks Animation is none too happy about.
This week in the world of cartoons, we get Halloween-themed episodes of Regular Show and Defenders of Berk, plus a Weird Al appearance on the Season 5 finale of Adventure Time.
This week in the world of cartoons, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles return from their Summer slumber! While the turtles return, a number of our favorites take the weekend off, but we still have plenty of great clips to show you!
It's a big week in the world of cartoons! Ultimate Spider-Man features a cameo-studded Halloween episode plus the Transformers return, if only for a while, as the original movie Transformers Prime Beast Hunters: Predacons Rising airs.
It's a big week in the world of cartoons! Ultimate Spider-Man returns from hiatus this Sunday, Anarky makes a pivotal appearance on Beware the Batman, and the Avengers find out what it's like to walk in the Hulk's shoes.
This week in the world of cartoons, the How to Train Your Dragon spin-off Defenders of Berk returned, and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. learn Sunday that miniature golf is not a very safe hobby.
Dragons are powerful, savage beasts that rule the air and land, hoard gold, and burn knights alive in their armor… except when they’d rather play with 8-year-olds instead. There’s a whole movement of “nice” dragons that are tarnishing the reputation of real, hardworking evil dragons, and it’s got to stop. These are…