In Judeo-Christian theology, angels are divine servants of God who live in Heaven. This is true of angels in pop culture as well… but sometimes they’re also dicks. For some reason, TV shows, movies, comics, and more are obsessed with the idea of these heavenly beings embodying humanity at its worst. How many angels…
Kevin Smith’s Dogma is a star-studded, religious themed, highly offensive, violent and gross R-rated road trip comedy about a descendant of Jesus Christ saving the world from two fallen angels. That madcap collection of ideas worked on me as a teenager. Now, not so much.
Say the words “Tim Burton’s Superman Lives” on the Internet and you feel the hate. Nicolas Cage as Superman? Those terrible costumes? It would’ve been the worst movie of all time. Well, The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? just might prove that the entire internet is wrong.
After Stephen King said not to count on The Stand being only one film, writer-director Josh Boone confirms that it won't. It's going to be four.
Tusk is a movie about a young man who is held captive and mutilated to become a monstrous human/walrus creature. Straight up, if that premise doesn't excite you, do not see this movie. But if the idea of a Kevin Smith man-rus movie sparks your morbid curiosity, then boy, have we got a winner for you.
Kevin Smith's horror movie Tusk is about an old man who kidnaps a younger man, drugs him, and then slowly turns him into a human walrus. But this idea didn't just pop into Silent Bob's head. First it was a real-life ad for a roommate, a listing so odd it inspired a horror movie.
Yikes. Tusk is one part Misery, one part man-to-walrus body mutilation movie. We're really not sure what to expect from Kevin Smith's latest — but he's definitely horrifying us.
Good news for the non-color blind! Despite the picture tweeted last week of Ben Affleck as Batman in Zack Snyder's upcoming Batman Vs. Superman movie, in which it appeared that Batfleck would be another dark Dark Knight director Kevin Smith says the batsuit he saw was definitely decked out in Batman's most traditional…
In an interview with Kevin Smith, writer and television producer Paul Dini complained about a worrying trend he sees in television animation and superhero shows in particular: executives spurning female viewers because they believe girls and women don't buy the shows' toys.
Good news for everyone who is tired of watching Batman put on varying styles of matte black armor in all of his movies — director and pal of Ben Affleck Kevin Smith says Zack Snyder has shown him the new costume, and that it will be totally different from anything that's come before in the Bat-movies.
Grant Morrison delivered a bit of a mindfuck on Wednesday. Strangely, he didn't do it in one of his own comics, but by revealing the secret end of Alan Moore's seminal Batman graphic novel The Killing Joke — namely, that Batman actually murders the Joker at the end.
In director Kevin Smith's Gen-X staple Mallrats, the character Willam (Ethan Suplee) spends the majority of the film fruitlessly attempting to see a schooner hidden in a Magic Eye stereographic image. But thanks to some 21st century Photoshop manipulation, we learn that there's good reason Willam never could see that…
The history of science fiction is full of unforgettable characters. So it's no surprise that famous writers often appear in fiction themselves — either by name, or wearing the thinnest of disguises. Here are our 10 favorite science-fiction writer cameos.
Man, superheroes have gone through the wringer lately. First, Italian artist Giuseppe Veneziano opened a controversial show that features superheroes behaving badly. Also, Kevin Smith wrote an in-canon comic of Batman peeing his pants. Yes, you read that right.
A long time ago, Nicolas Cage started a fan war when he was selected to play Tim Burton's Superman in the final adventure of the Man Of Steel. Now test pictures have leaked of the actor in the blue suit.
Zombies, morally-grey former-supervillains and indie cartoonists giving Megan Fox more personality than she deserves — This week's haul of comics offers up a cornucopia of things to crave, including your second chance to read the best SF comic in years.