Is there any creature as elegant as the noble blue hedgehog? The way he spins through the air, nimbly dodging spikes and crab claws, reaching for golden rings and landing deftly on those handsome red sneakers has captured videogaming hearts and minds. But
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Movies: Two new posters from X-Men: First Class show Charles and Erik in their prime. If only they'd have looked into their reflections in puddles of water and glimpsed the future. So much fighting could h
Like a lot of people who read comic books, I think it's pretty fair to say that I can get a little obsessive over things. I am, after all, a dude who has written thousands upon thousands of words about how much I wish Batman would be my best friend forever and ever enjoy the craftsmanship that has contributed to the greater Batman mythos
If you're one of the nearly 2 million Minecraft fans to have jumped into the sandbox building game's pandemonium of pixels of late, you've doubtless indulged in the Alpha version's character customization feature. While not the most sophisticated graphically, there's a certain appeal to the si
Fundraising: The Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is currently raising funds by auctioning signed prints and original art by artists including Paul Pope, Dave Sim, Yoshitaka Amano, Matt Wagner, Eric Canete, Tony Harris, Mike Allred, Eric Powell, Cliff Chiang, Jim Silke, Jock, Lee Bermejo, Arthur Adams and more on eBay through the month of December.
Polybags: Is Marvel's polybagged Fantastic Four #587 (which will have no overprint or appear on news stands) a fun idea to quell spoilers for a major story? Or does it conjure up horrible '90s
If John K and Peter Bagge tried to make cartoons together, they'd end up with characters who look approximately like the ones in the work of Dirk Erik Schulz. The Germany-based artist obviously harbors an intense love of Mario, but he also draws Sega's Sonic and Tails as you would imagine they might appear in a wrestling competition in a cinematic depiction of an acid trip, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas style.