Most toy collectors often form, shall we say, unique attachments to their pop culture possessions, but there are times when our geeky brethren take their obsessions a step too far (or way too far) -- as in the case of Yoshifumi Takabe, a 30-year-old Japanese factory worker who recently attempted to kill himself by burning his house down (with him in it) after his mother attempted to throw out his collection of Gundam models.The stor
As the calendar veers toward many college and university's fall semesters (or trimesters if you nasty), students of all ages are preparing for the joys of scholarship and knowledge...and overpriced books
Contrarians and irony-lovers aside, ask any Spider-Man fan their thoughts on the Scarlet Spider -- the unofficial poster boy of arguably one of the worst storyarcs in Spider-Man continuity, "The Clone Saga" -- and chances are you'll be covered in venom spit ("Venom Spit" is ™ and © Alan Moore). Howeve
This month, comiXology -- the leading innovator of digital comics -- celebrates their one year anniversary by giving back to the fans who've helped them reach this milestone with three relatively humongous announcements
It's long been rumored that there was an alternate ending to the original 1990 "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" adaptation, but despite countless stateside DVD and Blu-ray releases and special editions, fans of the Heroes in a Half Shell have never had a chance to see how things might've turned out for Leonardo and the boys (and yet have somehow managed to move on with their lives)
After more than three years of stops and starts, cast members being announced and dropping out, and rumors of wildly escalating production costs that would've eighty-sixed a lesser musical, it looks as though "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark" is finally swinging on over to New York's Great White Way.
According to a report that comes to us via the "L.A. Times," Broadway's Spider-Man-inspired musical is set
Over the past few years, comics have seen some major advances made within our industry: the rise of the comic book movie, the shift to digital distribution, and the internet playing a vital role in terms of breaking news and self-publishing
Most folks would consider four issues of a comic a solid storyline. For Mark Millar, it's just another movie deal.
In what should come as no surprise to anyone who's been paying attention to Millar's career to date (and let's be honest, it's hard not to pay attention to Millar these days), Bleeding Cool has announced that "Nemesis" -- his ultra-violen
With the game's release just a month away (Sept. 7 -- get your pre-order on), expect the folks at Activision to unleash their share of "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" promos over the coming weeks. Befitting of the expected promo rampage, an all-new game trailer has emerged, showcasing the Noir dimension of the game and an epic brawl with Vulture, who in the Noir-verse, is portrayed as a circus freak and part-time cannibal, responsible for the death of Uncle Ben (no, not this guy)