As much as I tend to enjoy Superboy stories for their sheer kookiness, I've never really been a big fan of the concept. For the most part, they tend to just be standard Superman stories with Metropolis swapped out for Smallville and a slightly different girl with an alliterative name giving him a headache. Occasio
It cost Michael Bay $150 million to make his first Transformers film, and he didn't even get to keep the robots afterward. Chinese artist Zhu Kefeng makes his Transformers-inspired sculptures with a little scrap metal and a lot of passion, and he just wants to share his undisguised robots with the people of Zhejiang Province. That
A few months ago, a friend of mine and I were chatting about science fiction webcomics, and I brought up Jeph Jacques' immensely popular webcomic Questionable Content. My friend gave me a funny look. "No, really," I said, "Questionable Content
In the entire history of the universe, there have been few things more awesome than dinosaurs. Seriously, giant carnivorous monsters that occasionally had hilariously tiny arms? The only thing that could make them any better is if they were actually a race of ruthless space conquerors.
Movies: New promo art for The Avengers movie situates the team in some action poses.
Anime: A judge has ruled that 4Kids still has the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime rights in America... for now.
Digital: Robot 6 has posted the entire first issu
Threads: Mondo shines a neon light on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle's greatest foe.
Movies: Twilight/Snow White and the Huntsman star Kristen Stewart has supposedly been offered the role of Kei in the live action Akira film from Warner Bros.
Creators: Boom! has announced the artists working on its new Peanuts
Gaming: Rocksteady senior animator Simon Warwick chronicles the company's Batman: Arkham City wrap party, which included a visit to the team's inspiration for Wayne Manor lit by a Bat-Signal -- not to mention go-karts!
Movies: According to Variety, multiple Harry Potter movie director David Yates has a Doctor Who feature film in the works.
Toys: If you're looking for deals on Mattel's MattyCollector DC toy
Inspired by Martin Hanford's Where's Waldo books, Richard Sargent of Hopewell Studios has presented robot fans with a similarly awesome challenge: Find Pixar's WALL-E amid dozens of pop culture's most famous robots, then identify them all. The amateur robotologist who correctly identifies the largest number of 'bots by August 31 will even be awarded a print from Hopewell.