Buffy drowns her sorrows with a questionable group of new friends and Willow and Oz hit a considerably rough patch in their relationship as college life continues to challenge the Scooby Gang.
Marvel Studios and the Russo Brothers take elements from what is arguably the greatest modern Cap storyline to make a tense and thoroughly entertaining game changer that is sure to affect the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Adjusting to college life is a challenge for any young woman, but it’s especially trying when you attend school on a Hellmouth, as our plucky heroine finds out in the first two episodes of Season Four.
A Japanese wrestling company and a wrestling manga had a bunch of babies. Check out these awesome New Japan Pro Wrestling and Kinnikuman mashup t-shirt babies. Be warned: their price point may upset you.
The final issue of Forever Evil, DC’s latest event mini series is going to be late. To hold you over, let’s look back at the most ridiculous sh*t in the first six issues.
Buffy recruits the entire Sunnydale High graduating class for a final epic showdown with a “fully ascended” Mayor Wilkins in this thrilling two-part season finale.
Max Landis might not be working for DC Comics, but that hasn’t stopped him from producing the best Superman products in the last few years. His Superman videos are fun, funny, and heartfelt. They are more than worth your time.
The final trailer for ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ is overflowing with so manymutie freaks, Bryan Singer is STILL cutting characters 2 months before its May 23rd opening. We’ve gone through with a fine-toothed comb to spotlight the 10 Must-See Moments we don’t want you to miss!
As the final showdown with the Mayor draws closer, Buffy and Angel ponder their future together and Sunnydale’s Class of ’99 pays some long-overdue tribute to their native vampire slayer.
The spry, diminutive droid is one of the few characters that experienced all six chapters of the STAR WARS saga and then some. Could he have been the ultimate catalyst of the Empire’s fall?
Sure, the House of Ideas has a couple years of LEGO sets under its belt, but everyone knows Batman was the original LEGO super hero. Eventually, his Superfriends got into the action. The result as some grade A plastic crack.
Faith gets exposed (settle down), the gang gets more information about the Mayor’s plan, and Buffy gains a temporary new power just in time to prevent a mass killing. Just a normal fortnight in the Hellmouth.
The latest Batman animated show is a bit of a different take on the Dark Knight. It’s highly stylized look might be a turn off at first, but don’t judge this book by its cover. Beware the Batman is a worthy successor to DC’s stellar history of cartoons.