Power Rangers: Saban is teasing its next series to follow Power Rangers Super Samurai, Power Rangers Megaforce, which sounds a lot like
Movies: Sony has unveiled a four-minute preview of The Amazing Spider-Man movie, which might make you avoid bridges for awhile.
Sales: ICv2 reports that graphic novel sales in comic book stores are better than expected over the past few months. Could things be looking up for the industry?
TV: The next companion on Doctor Who will be played by Jenna-Louise Coleman, starting Christmas, 2012. She's excited.
Essays: Oguie Maniax examines the way female "defaults" and "templates" affect comic storytelling.
Creators: Alex Wood gets Robert Crumb's thought
Movies: The German version of The Avengers movie trailer has an extra bit of footage at the end where Tony Stark, Bruce Banner and Cap all say... well, things in German to each other.
Gaming: Gogii Games has a s
Toys: Hot Toys is teasing prototype pieces for its upcoming 1/6 scale figure based on Batman: Arkham City.
Thought Pieces: Tom Spurgeon and others ponder the future of comic book back-issue sales.
Digital: IDW is currently offering its selection of
Upcoming: IDW's revealed another cover for May's Star Trek: The Next Generation/Doctor Who: Assimilation2 eight-issue miniseries, which will pit the Enterprise crew and The Doctor against the Borg and The Cybermen.
Oprah: Craig Thompson's Blankets has been named one of "The 8 Greatest Love Stories of All Time" by Oprah.com. If your parents call and ask y
Great news for sci-fi fans of Star Trek and Doctor Who, two of the longest-running sci-fi franchises in television: The Doctor will be soon making his way to the U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D in an up
Logos: Bongo Comics has unveiled its new logo, along with new book titles across its entire line.
Video: Building a TARDIS ain't easy, which is why they're grown on Doctor Who, I guess.
Rides: 80sTee has spotted Cobra Command
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
They say a functionally immortal time-and-space-traveling alien genius is only as good as the deadly monsters they face, and that certainly holds true for The Doctor. Possibly compelled by this insanely specific line of reasoning, Supermassive is putting out what appears to be the most polished videogame appearance yet of The Silence, the Cybermen and the Silurians in its Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock videogame. Set for a March release