In the midst of Wrestlemania season, CM Punk has broken up with the WWE. They need to win him back ASAP.
Collecting comics is one of life’s few great pleasures. However, most everything involved in the collection process is a total pain.
Your definitive list for the best in superheroes, zombies…..and cats who can tell if you are LYING.
Sony Pictures has hired the writers of Star Trek Into Darkness, Men in Black, Cloverfield, and Fringe to transform the Spider-Man franchise into a Marvel Studios-style mega-franchise. The Amazing Spider-Man 3 is also already in the works.
Puppy bombs, space sharks, Bat-cows… 2013 was a pretty great year for comic books.
Since 2008, Marvel Studios’ eight movies have grossed $5 billion in global box office, all thanks to one simple, radical invention: the mega-franchise. Can Hollywood catch up? And should they?
Plus 8 horrifying texts from online dates, Sony patents the “smart wig,” and five superhero movies that need to be made ASAP.
From 1941-1986, the superheroes appeared in their own comic book series, World’s Finest Comics, and it was ridiculous.
Plus the most epic mustaches ever, a tribute to Edna Krabappel, and 50 of the most challenging novels ever.
As Tony Stark might say, “let’s do a head count here”.
Because he rocks these frocks and he’ll cut a bitch who thinks otherwise. When Disney acquired Marvel, David J Prokopetz commissioned the artists of Tumblr to make Logan feel right at home.
After all this time, Neil Gaiman falls back into his universe with aplomb. BuzzFeed got an exclusive look inside the first new Sandman story to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary.
How do you think that went down in court? BuzzFeed got an exclusive peek inside this month’s edition of Li’l Gotham.
Putting the fun back in funny pages. All the spandexed awards to Comic Book Resources.
The Marvel espionage drama bears a lot of similarities to the early run of Fox’s now-departed Fringe — and not necessarily in good ways.
It’s all fun and games until the world is overrun with the living dead. BuzzFeed got a sneak peek at the first eight pages of the spooky series.
That’s what Suits is, isn’t it? Obviously Jessica Pearson is just Diana in disguise.
The ending really seals the deal.
Gentlemen, we need to chat. Because — real talk — you seem to have only the vaguest concept of how clothing functions. Many thanks to Celeste Pille for bringing these designs to life!
Who could look in those soulful eyes and still want to destroy the Earth? Illustrator Jenny Parks captures the personality of each S.H.I.E.L.D. member it cat form.
Sometimes being vague is a good thing. And sometimes it makes it seem like you’re trying to tell fans you gave them herpes.
Superheroes make the world a better place. They rescue us from evil-doers. They make wearing spandex socially acceptable. And everyone loves them! Ahead of Baltimore Comic-Con, we take a look at how “positively British” the comic industry is!
French artist Andry Rajoelina continues his adorable series.
The question is, “Where is Serenity?” Over ten years after the show was canceled, the cult hit still has one of the biggest fan bases in fiction and that loyalty will be rewarded.
…in comic form, at least.
Fans are one step closer to uncovering the truth about Zuko’s mother. The book is due out on October 30th from Dark Horse.
Even the Dark Knight needs to unwind. Whether he likes it or not.
Whether you’re a reader, collector, or creator, there are a million reasons to love comics. Here are a few.
Forget Thanos, Ultron, The Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-Man, The Avengers, The X-Men, and every other character that outsells Deadpool every month. Deadpool is your new favorite Marvel character.
The tipping point is quickly approaching. Three Justice Leagues is two too many, and a showdown is only a matter of time.