Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse's Excellent Supporting Cast Is More Star-Studded Than You Think

While the leading characters in Sony’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse are incredible enough all on their own, the surprisingly large cast of supporting characters really make the movie shine in a way that’s a little difficult to put your finger on, exactly—until the credits start rolling.

The Year in Things You Actually Forgot Happened in 2018

A year is a long time—but somehow, 2018 has felt abnormally long. Whether it’s due to the grim news cycle chasing us wherever we go, or the fact that so much actually happened, we thought the only way to really celebrate the close of 2018 was to acknowledge the things you’d swear didn’t actually happen this year, but…

The Switch Pro Controller Is Below Its Black Friday Price

The Switch Pro controller isn’t just one of the best ways to control your Nintendo Switch, it might be one of the best gamepads ever made, period. If you have a Switch and still haven’t picked one up, $56 is below the price we were seeing on Black Friday. It’s not a huge discount, but we rarely see it drop below $64.

The new team behind the Avatar comic opens up in this exclusive preview

Avatar: The Last Airbender is one of the most beloved animated properties of the new millennium, combining rich character development and political commentary with a lovable sense of humor and exciting action sequences. The TV series ended in 2008, but the story has lived on in graphic novel form, with writer Gene…

How Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse's Technical Wizardy Brought Comic Books to Life

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse looks like a goddamn living comic book. It’s vibrant and bold, and jam packed with cutting-edge animation technology that helped pioneer its inventive aesthetic. We’ve got an exclusive look at Titan’s upcoming guide to the film that dives into just how the animation team accomplished…

The Director Behind Two Awesome Warhammer Fan Films Is Now Making an Official Animated 40K Series

Richard Boylan wowed us with both Helsreach and Guardsman, short, gripping takes on different pockets of the Warhammer 40,000 universe in both animation and live-action. And it turns out he wowed Games Workshop itself, too, because he’s now helping the company make an official Warhammer animated series.

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