A Russian boy claims to have “magnetic powers” after an incident where he was electrified and thrown across the pavement.
DC Entertainment’s Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns reveals the strategy behind the company’s sudden TV omnipresence, why secrecy isn’t always the best policy when it comes to superheroes, and why they’re doing things differently than Marvel.
Looks like Clark isn’t the only one who doesn’t age.
Arrow’s Colin Donnell tells BuzzFeed News about the personal and professional journey he went on after his character, Tommy Merlyn, died on The CW hit. Plus, watch an exclusive clip from his return!
BuzzFeed got to sit down with the ladies from “Broad City” at NYCC and ask them 10 important questions.
At least we still have the flashbacks. WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!
Because a middle-ground does not exist.
OK BUT SERIOUSLY THIS ONE IS WORTH WATCHING.
Prepare yourself for a fact blitzkrieg!
Saving the world and conversations. Well played SuperheroTexts.
“Terrible work-life balance. Haunted by crippling guilt for making out instead of saving lives.”
This is like finding out which college you get accepted into, but with superpowers.
Yeah, we’ll just call the police instead if that’s OK.
You’re basically an X-Men character.
Holy exclamations, Batman! Via the 1960s TV series and this directory.
More agile than a turtle, stronger than a mouse, nobler than a piece of lettuce, and wears his heart on his chest…
Oh no - it’s perfectly normal to wear underwear outside your clothes in public.
Her name is Kamala Khan and, based on what we know so far, she’s a badass.
Their days of riding in the sidecar are over. Or maybe not, because sidecars are pretty great.
Plus stunning photos from the edge of an erupting volcano, the question of why Ben Affleck would want to risk playing Batman, and the ultimate in cockroach-related nightmare fuel.
If you use a certain subway station in Tokyo, you might be met by a masked and costumed super hero. But he’s not there to fight villainous crime-lords; he just wants to help you carry stuff down the stairs.
Pakistan’s first-ever female superhero, the “Burka Avenger,” takes on super villains who want to shut down a girls’ school, reports the Associated Press.
The night before the Con really gets crazy, was still pretty crazy. It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… an awesome cosplay outfit.
When you look good, you look good.
Coming soon to a theater near you.
Photographer Eric Curtis captures the not-so-glamorous lives of “fallen superheroes.” Let’s just say these guys didn’t quite make it to Superman’s status.