After hearing that Michael Bay will soon reboot the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise in a movie that turns the beloved pizza-eating martial arts reptiles into aliens from outer space, many fans responded to the news with shock, concern, and anger. Bay has since asked everybody to "chil
Prompted by Marvel Comics' press push in support of Fantastic Four: Season One, in which the team's early days are updated to contemporary settings and tropes like cell phones, late night talk show host Conan O'Brien joked, "When the Hulk gets mad, he rips his shirt and says, 'HULK SEND ANGRY TEXT!'"
The monologue joke's premise relied upon the Incredible Hulk being a member of that legendary superteam, which as all superhero fans know was never the case. Naturally, the admonishments were many."Fan Corrections" is a weekly feature of the Conan show where O'Brien addresses grievances logged b
Video: Conan O'Brien comments on the arguably less-than-totally-audible state of Bane's voice in The Dark Knight Rises.
Gaming: Batman-based FPS Gotham City Impostors has been delayed, but only until February.
Movies: It's a sad day for fans who had hoped to watch Tetsu
Movies: The first image of Hiroki Narimiya as Phoenix Wright in Japan's upcoming Ace Attorney live action film from Otona Fami magazine doesn't merit any objection from me.
Auctions: The Comic Bo
Movies: Nextmovie's Conan The Barbarian/Conan the Talkshow Host mashup isn't exactly the first time we've seen the gag, but it is a well-done and timely execution to be sure.
Music: The entirety of the Muppets: The Green Album, a collection of classic Muppet jams from today's artists, is up for streaming over at NPR.
Gaming: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword will arrive in stores on November 20. How we
Conan O'Brien's superhero alter ego The Flaming C has officially crashed Comic-Con. Just half an hour into the Green Lantern: The Animated Series panel, fans were treated to a surprise screening of a CG animated trailer of a potential Flaming C story packed with fiery hair and even more fiery explosions. O'Brien erupted onstage
The latest piece of The New York Times Pulitzer-worthy series of articles about Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark indicated that the retooled Broadway musical based on the Marvel Comics superhero is indeed less disastrously awful than it once was, but stopped somewhere in "lousy" on its way to "good" and is only suitable for young children. Prompted by the harsh review, Conan O'Brien put together an approximation of what a kids' version of Turn Off the Dark would look like, complete with original songs
Parody: Just in case you need a little more Green Lantern movie parody in your life, MAD's got you covered this month starting June 28.
Movies: Tom Spurgeon ponders whether Annie is the most successful adaptation of a comic, noting its enduring legacy of success across multimedia and wider pop culture.
Mashups: Canaan Grall makes it the Odinson's time to meet th
Every time we think we've seen the last of Conan O'Brien and Bruce Timm's masterful co-creation The Flaming C, the oven mitt and fishnet stocking-clad crusader seems to find his way into yet another compelling cameo on Cartoon Network's Young Justice. Following stints as a Superman stand-in, The Flaming C took on a new (and completely awesome) role as Doctor Fate in a fight against Klarion the Witch Boy and his familiar Teekl on last night's episode of Conan. The clash could only result in a video entitled "The Flaming C Opens Some Whoop Ass on a Cat." Indeed he does, after the jump.