Cartoons at Random by The New Yorker
Presidential impersonation didn’t even exist for most of our country’s history.
In the 1930s, two men in a ‘‘bathysphere’’ dove deeper — much deeper — in the ocean than anyone had before.
Politics, mostly. And American empire.
He built Marvel Comics and laid the foundation for today’s blockbuster superhero movies, and has changed pop culture as we know it. Here’s how.
The crossover climax to all the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies released so far hasn't been out for a week, but it contains so much and leaves so many questions that it's hard to keep up. Rather than flood Digg with spoilers, we're keeping all the good stuff here.
While the scene was anticipated by anyone familiar with the MCU, the final Lee cameo is also a thumb in the eye to anyone who thinks that putting politics in comics is a modern age development.
The journeyman comedian opens about his seven films out in 2019, a big Amazon comedy special, the state of stand-up and much more.
Milla Jovovich is a 5th century sorceress who wants to bring about the apocalypse, and only a humble police chief from Hawkins, Indiana– er, sorry, only a big red guy from hell with rockin' mutton chops can save the day.
He was the Kurt Cobain of comedy, railing against advertising, politicians, the war on drugs, even waffle waitresses. What do the new generation make of the chain-smoking motormouth?
They're called "grawlixes," and we owe their existence to a turn-of-the-century comic strip called "Lady Bountiful."
Come for the fantasy finale and brand-new comic book adaptation, stay for Meryl Streep in the new season of "Big Little Lies."
"He was a last-ditch effort and a can't-lose proposition at the same time."
Bringing diversity to the ailing Spidey universe has helped free the characters, leading to an increase in both box office and critical acclaim.
Don't think you can stomach another Spider-Man origin story? Sony hopes you'll give a talented group of animators, writers and directors one more shot with Miles Morales, the Afro-Latino teenager who takes up the Spider-Mantle from Peter Parker. Oh, and a bunch of other Spider-Folks show up too.
Mario, Luigi and even Wario seem to handle fame just fine. But not Waluigi. Not Waluigi.
2018 may have been the most monumental year for comic book films since 'The Dark Knight' and 'Iron Man' started this whole party 10 years ago.
Steve Carell returns to SNL and has a lot to say about how big business is run.
Maybe, just maybe the audience pressure does result in a reboot?
Zuckerberg has his answers down to a formula and apparently George Soros was in Stranger Things?
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