Those of you who aren't fans of Scorpion's new Jim Lee-designed costume (and apparently there are a lot of you) in the Injustcie: Gods Among Us game likely thought that was the biggest Mortal Kombat news of the week. But there was far bigger buzz relating to the video game franchise. I speak, of course, of handmade Mortal Kombat flip books.
I'm still only on season three of Breaking Bad (I know, I know), so I'm hardly an expert, or as devoted a viewer as so many are of the critically-acclaimed series. That said, I still want this Walter White toy in my home. Designed by Mezco, this Comic-Con 2013 Summer Exclusive features White in his hazmat suit, a 55 gallon chemical drum, a few lab bottles and containers (you know, for making Meth), and a scale replica of the fly swatter from the season three episode "Fly." With a limited print run of 1,500, it will likely go fast, as these things always do.
Following this week's debut of Teen Titans Go, the new series from Cartoon Network, WB Animation has announced the two stories in next week's episode, featuring Robin taking a driver's ed course while unknowingly becoming a getaway driver for a crook, and Trigon -- Raven's demonic father -- dropping by the tower for a visit.
You can check out video previews for both episodes after the cut!
I confess I've never looked at the keyboard of my Macbook and thought "I wish this reflected my interest a bit more!" That said, I could see where the appeal is there, and if you're looking for a keyboard that loudly proclaims to the world "I love comics, deal with it," you can't go wrong with the Macbook Superhero Keyboard Skin from Killer Duck Decals, that makes each key a symbol reflecting a comic character, sound effect, or other visual.Some of the choi
Inspired by prominent art from Disney's famous Haunted Mansion attraction, artist Abraham Lopez has created "Haunted Arkham Asylum," featuring Batman and other characters in his universe portrayed in "stretch art." The idea is that the images at the top seem perfectly sed
While many were apprehensive about Man of Steel, the upcoming Superman film directed by Zack Snyder, the trailer released last week has left quite a few previous naysayers somewhere between "cautiously optimistic" and "ridiculously excited." It's also inspired video editor Jason Inman to cut clips from Superman the Animat
Following Patton Oswalt's fully improvised filibuster/rant on Parks and Recreation -- in which he spent nearly eight minutes sharing his pitch for a Star Wars/Marvel film crossover in the next installment in the Star Wars film franchise -- the folks at Entertainment Weekly have created a mash-up poster of all of his suggestions. All of this, of course, means we are now one step closer to this film being made. I mean, Disney once made a movie based on a theme park ride, so really anything can happen.
This is the check that Detective Comics, Inc. co-owner Jack Liebowitz wrote young comic book creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in 1938 in exchange for the exclusive rights to a comic book superhero they'd recently created called Superman. The
Parks and Recreation, a show about politics in a small U.S. town, often finds clever ways to parody various topical issues taking place in Washington D.C. Tomorrow's episode is no different, as this time they're taking a shot at much debated filibuster reform, and they've enlisted the help of Patton Oswalt to do so. Oswalt, playing the role of one of Pawnee
Viral video makers Front Page Films have been mining Christopher Nolan's ultra-serious Dark Knight trilogy for comedy for a while now in an ongoing series of "Badman" shorts that have parodied everything from Batman Vs. the Scarecrow to Batman vs. Two-Face, Batman Vs. The Riddler, Batman Vs. an