When Ahsoka Tano faces Darth Vader in Star Wars Rebels, there is a moment when the Dark Lord growls to his former apprentice “Anakin Skywalker was weak, and I destroyed him.” But for all his confidence there, Marvel Comics is telling a much longer, more tragic tale of how Darth Vader pushed aside his former self.
It’s almost August? Time sure passes at a weird rate when you don’t ever leave the house. Fortunately, there’s a tidal wave of new sci-fi and fantasy books on the way, ready to sweep you away into fantastical kingdoms, adventures across the multiverse, space battles, and at least one zombie apocalypse.
While the latest Animal Crossing: New Horizons update mostly focuses on fun summertime diversions, it’s time we give it up for the greatest addition to the island getaway simulator: tripping.
One of the more interesting questions still left about Josh Boone’s The New Mutants is when exactly the movie’s meant to take place within the larger picture of Fox’s X-Men cinematic universe. Unlike the last few films in the franchise that were all clearly set in distinct decades, The New Mutants is difficult to get…
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If you’re having trouble feeling connected to the smart speaker that’s emotionlessly listening in on every word you say, there is, of course, a Star Wars-themed product for that. This time around it’s a stand for your Amazon Echo Dot that makes it look like the adorable Child from The Mandalorian.
Though Doom Patrol’s second season has already placed its heroes smack dab in the middle of yet another apocalypse-in-progress, the series has been careful to give each of its characters moments of some much-needed levity. It reminds us all that they’re still a bunch of oddballs with the sort of perfectly pedestrian,…
Next week, Star Trek: Lower Decks kicks off, giving us a whole show in the canon dedicated to the most unsung Starfleet officers of all: the Ensigns. The bright-eyed, bushy-tailed young officers just starting off their careers are the stalwarts of any good Trek. So before they get their moment in... some kind of…
By centering a plot in which its main characters are transported into the past, Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy is joining the ranks of other sci-fi series where Black characters are forced to deal with the overt, public examples of anti-Black racism and violence that define both America’s history and its present.