The 19th film in Marvel Studios' cinematic universe pits all the franchise's heroes against their greatest enemy yet: a purple mo-capped Josh Brolin on steroids. Is it all too much or a genuine spectacle worth getting stoked for?
Normies: excited for Spider-Man in "Infinity War" this week. Edgy, brooding intellectuals: hyped for Sony's "Venom," coming this October.
From Superman to "Smile," Mickey to "Maus": Tracing the evolution of comic books by looking at the pictures, panels, and text that brought them to life.
One of Marvel's oldest franchises, the Fantastic Four have run into some bad luck when it comes to film adaptations over the past decade and a half. So if Marvel were to reboot the story again, could they fix it?
Need to make a big meal for your pre-"Infinity War" MCU watch party? Binging with Babish has you covered.
How we've criminalized a basic human need in order to target the poor, vulnerable, and homeless.
Fun-fact: thirty seconds of footage is enough to sustain a hardcore Marvel fan for eight months of speculation.
Modesty Blaise was something like Wonder Woman meets James Bond — but she was so much more, too.
There's a little over two weeks left to wait until "Black Panther" hits theaters, but a lucky group got to see it in Hollywood last night. Here's how they reacted to the film.
Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly are first up in theaters after the big "Avengers" blow-out in May. As for where this film falls in the proper timeline... eh, we'll figure it out later.
In 2007, the Department of Homeland Security began building 654 miles of fencing along the US-Mexico border. To complete the job, the agency had to seize land from private landowners, most living in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley.
Like the Skywalkers, we have a flair for the dramatic.
Last December, internet cartoonist Branson Reese made a pact to release a new comic every day at midnight, no matter what. One year later, he has done that, which is pretty cool. The only catch is his art is really freaking strange, and we mean that in the best way possible.
Without irony: I deeply love Dilbert. From ages 8 to 12, the funny pages were both my primary hobby and major career aspiration, and Dilbert was a top-tier favorite, thanks to my dad’s own sizable collection.
"There's so much Springfield-related creativity happening right now — it's just that none of it is coming from the show's creators."
Newly promoted Marvel Entertainment editor-in-chief C.B. Cebulski is under fire after admitting that he wrote Japanese-influenced comics under a Japanese pseudonym more than a decade ago. Here's what's going on.
Need help separating the Arrowverse and Nolanverse from your precious Suicide Squad? Let us do you a Fan Service by demystifying DC's Extended Universe.
"This is another film that looks like Axe body spray smells."
It’s difficult to imagine what sort of response Marvel expected when it announced a partnership with Northrop Grumman, the fifth largest defense contractor in the world. But the publisher’s decision to axe the deal following a swift wave of backlash suggests that it didn’t anticipate people being turned off.
The trailers for "Thor: Ragnarok" have made the movie look like an exciting departure in tone from the Asgardian's other solo outings. Does the movie live up to the hype, or is it... well, more Marvel? Here's what critics say.
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