There have been hundreds of movies based on comic-books, going back to the earliest days of both media. And that cinematic flood has come with a certain amount of “holy crap, what was that” moments. Here are the 50 most shudder-inducing comic-book-movie moments... according to you. Check out our new video, created in…
Spawn creator Todd McFarlane has announced that a new Spawn animated project is on the horizon, and shared a few peeks at the concept art, including two of the characters and a grimy city street.
It's clear that a lot of work and a lot of love went into this creepy eight-minute Spawn fan film. When a former witch and her son go into a grocery store, he has just the sort of encounter his mother had hoped to protect him from.
Now that Ben Affleck is Batman, we’re dusting off those “Ben Affleck is directing Justice League” rumors. Star Wars could begin filming next January. Joss Whedon reveals what experiences from the first Avengers he hopes to avoid second time around. Check out a Gravity TV spot. Mockingjay adds another new cast member.…
Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx will make his triumphant debut in the superhero movie genre as Electro in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. But that's not enough, as the actor has announced he's trying his damnedest get a new Spawn movie off the ground, with himself in the starring role. For some reason.
What superheroes have in high morals and immense powers, they often lack in common sense, at least as regards to vehicles. That’s the only way to explain the plethora of weird, garish or outright idiotic superhero cars, jets and other nonsense clogging our nation’s highways and airspace. Here are 15 vehicles that…
When the former Spawn character Angela makes her debut in Marvel's Age of Ultron #10, she'll be sporting a new look, courtesy of Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada. But don't you worry; she'll be staying true to her busty angelic bounty hunter roots. Check out her redsign here.
There were plenty of toys for collectors in the late ‘90s and early ‘00s, but if you wanted the best toys, you turned to McFarlane. The founder of Image and creator of Spawn, decided to make his own toy company in 1994 and the results were nothing short of spectacular.... for a while, at least.
The New York Times has just announced that very famous comic book writer Neil Gaiman is returning to Marvel, and that's not even the weird part. The weird part is that he's bringing Angela, a character he created for Todd McFarlane's Spawn over at Image Comics with him... for some reason.
What is it about limitless power that turns people into such assholes? It’s not the old saying that absolutely power corrupts absolutely, because while there are certainly evil gods out there, these 10 god-like entities aren’t evil so much as they’re just jerks — jerks who use their power to make we poor mortals…
The Rise of the Planet of the Apes sequel is going in a whole new primate-fighting direction. Guillermo del Toro reveals the setup for his latest horror movie Crimson Peak. How does Carol Marcus fit into Star Trek Into Darkness? There are some brand new clips from Jack the Giant Slayer.
Chilean illustrator Adolfo Torino Nuñez takes science fiction characters modern audiences are familiar with and chucks them several decades into the past. The resulting artwork resembles a cross between superhero periodicals you'd find at your neighborhood malt shoppe and weirdo bootleg comics collecting gravel grit…
In the early 1990s, comic book sales approached a modern high, a high catapulted by an effort to capitalize on the collector's market and often gimmicky events like the Death of Superman.
Shane Black talks more about how he's going to revitalize the Iron Man franchise, plus his plans for the pulp classic Doc Savage. Michael Shannon discusses General Zod's new look. Plus the new Spawn movie has the most unlikely influence imaginable!
Ryan Reynolds compares Hal Jordan to sci-fi's most iconic rogue, while Blake Lively wants to play the villain. Roberto Orci says fan feedback is going into the Star Trek sequel. Plus has The Hunger Games found its male leads?
J.J. Abrams says Star Trek 2 might end up in 3D...although he has his doubts. True Grit's breakout star might be headed to The Hunger Games. Plus an awesome Game of Thrones promo, and tons of amazing new photos. Spoilers!
Avatar 2 will go underwater, but don't expect any trips off-world. Christopher Nolan's cinematographer explains why Batman isn't going 3D. Colin Farrell really is starring in Total Recall, but Zac Efron's not in Akira. Plus tons of Doctor Who/Torchwood spoilers.
Comic book fans hit the floor at NYCC's Javits Center, eager to put the "comic" in Comic Con. From classics like Spawn to TV adaptations like True Blood to up-and-comers like The Outfit, here's convention-goers most wanted comics.
In 1992, Neil Gaiman created Medieval Spawn and Angela, a warrior angel, for Todd McFarlane's up-and-coming Spawn comic. Years later, the characters "Dark Ages Spawn" and "Tiffany and Domina" debuted in Spawn. McFarlane must now pay Gaiman for these derivatives.
When it comes to hallowed arcade classics, comic-book games are more than represented. Hold on to your quarters, because we're taking a trip through the bowling alleys of yesteryear to dredge up the finest four-panel games in arcade history.