As we await the next inevitable delay for "Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark," let's pause to remember a time when Captain America nearly hoofed it on the Great White Way in the Captain America musical that almost was.
The year was 1985. If you were reading comics back then, you might remember seeing this utterly bizarre ad looking for a girl age 10-14 who co
As part of his ongoing quest to be king of all media, Neil Gaiman revealed on Twitter that he's currently recording an upcoming guest appearance on The Simpsons. As his Twitpic reveals, a huge portion of The Simpsons budget seems to be going towards cree
Fans who attended the "Robot Chicken" panel at New York Comic Con got an answer to the question, "Where's Macaulay Culkin been?" Culkin, who strode into the panel wearing sunglasses and what looked to be an Uglydoll on his head, joined co-creator Seth Green, co-creator Matthew Senreich, and Seth's wife Clare Grant to discuss the upcoming fifth season of the hit Adult Swim series. (Gre
If you notice a large gathering of costumed superheroes in Los Angeles tomorrow, don't worry -- Galactus isn't about to attack. On Friday, August 27th, fans will don their spandex and capes in Hollywood in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for most people dresse
Now that summer's here, it's important to occasionally turn off your air conditioner and keep doors and windows closed lest you face the wrath of the Cold Air Crook. What, you've never heard of the Cold Air Crook? Well, that's probably because Captain America slammed him with a refrigerator door, shattering his fiery body to pieces in a 1980 public service announcement
Though rumors have circulated about a new G.I. Joe cartoon for a while now, fans weren't sure what to expect. Would it follow the "G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra" continuity and feature an animated Marlon Wayans? Would it be violent and anime-influenced like the Warren Ellis-penned "G