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The mid-'80s Michael J. Fox comedy film Teen Wolf, co-written by current head of Marvel Television and bestselling comics scribe Jeph Loeb, was maybe my favorite movie when I was ten. I held it in nostalgic affection for years after -- until I made the mistake of watching it again. It didn't hold up.
Yet even as a fan, I was baffled when MTV announced plans to adapt Teen Wolf as a TV show, and especially as a drama that shared little in common with the original but a bare bones premise -- "teenage werewolf" -- and a few character names. A couple of years later it's one of my favorite shows -- and one of my favorite superhero stories.
If you're like me you remember thinking at semi-regular intervals throughout your teenage years that Beavis & Butt-Head had past it or that the show wasn't as good as it used to be or that you were too old and too cool to laugh at something so desperately stupid. That is, before you happened
When discussing sex, people often say it "just happens" or even "happens accidentally," despite the fact that it is really a long series of conscious decisions, not some sort of erotic anvil that falls on your head. As the poe
An approximate release date of Summer 2011 has been announced as the return of MTV's Beavis & Butt-Head, the groundbreaking animated series created by Mike Judge (King of the Hill, Office Space). The original series aired from 1993-1997 on the once influential American cable network
One of the fun things about comics is something that is a failure in movies or TV (Hello, Whedonia!) can be a runaway success when transformed into sequential art. Lower costs, and lower audience expectation, make smaller gr
From its upcoming "Twilite" storyline to the digital "Betty the Vampire Slayer vs. Vampironica" tale, Archie Comics certainly hasn't shied away from parodying the scarier side of youth culture of late. For many, however, the scariest story is yet to come. This July Archie and the gang will spoof none other t
"The Maxx" began as a comic by Sam Kieth about a giant purple super-hobo who moves back and forth between real life and "the Outback," an alternate reality where he is king and his social worker, Julie, is his Jungle Queen