Upcoming: Though The Walking Dead For Kids! was only an April Fool's Day joke at ECCC, G-Man creator Chris Giarusso really is illustrating recreations of twelve iconic Image covers to celebrate the publisher's 20th anniversary, including Youngblood # 1 (for Youngblood #71) in May.
Lists: Topless Robot examines 20 G.I. Jo
Cars: In The Avengers movie universe, Tony Stark's bullet-proof Acura costs a measly $9,198,000.00.
Gaming: Contrary to earlier plans, it seems Netflix won't be renting videogames after all.
TV: Powers co-creator Brian Michael Bendis says he
It looks like FX has decided to pass on the pilot for the Powers TV series. According to The Hollywood Reporter, FX President and General Manager John Landgraf announced that the channel has decided not to pick up the Powers pilot in its current incarnation. Rather than rejecting the show outright, however, FX has asked writer Charles Eglee for "a fairly substantial rewrite," one that woul
Powers fans can finally FX's upcoming Detective Christian Walker in action. In a profile about Chicago's place as a character in the superpowered police procedural world of Powers, the Sun Times has debuted Jason Patric firing off a round, Walker-style. This marks the first release of an official image fro
Movies: X-Men: First Class will arrive on DVD and Blu-ray September 9. The special editions will feature good guys or bad guys and other extras, respectively.
Comic-Con: The ComicsAlliance guide to the Thursday panels and events to see today at Comic-Con International in San Diego!
Art: Reviews are still coming in for Transformers: Dark of the Moon, but we can see for certain that Jesse Phillips' posters commissioned by Mondo look awesome, at least.
Movies: Despite not generating the kind of moolah they might have hoped for so far, Warner Bros. is moving forward with a Green Lantern movie sequel.
Jason Patric and Lucy Punch will star as Detectives Christian Walker and Denna Pilgrim in Powers, a new FX pilot based on the long running creator-owned superhero crime series by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming. Also featuring Charles S. Dutton as Captain Cross and 11-year-old Bailee Madison as Calista, the Powers pilot