In a move demonstrating the greatest of respect for their customers, Marvel and Hasbro have partnered with renowned toy retailer Walgreens to—oh, f*ck it. This is ridiculous.
Are certain geeky sites promoting awareness by reporting on the vulgar use of the topic of rape in entertainment and media, or are those sites using the topic as a lightning rod to drive site traffic and sell more adspace?
Hey you guys, I have an idea. Let’s take a whole bunch of depowered, no-name mutants, give them a bunch of crappy looking out of date technology, some bad codenames, and call them the New Warriors. Sound like a plan? No? Sounds awful? Let’s do it anyways.
In 2013, it shouldn’t be unreasonable to be able to find a mass-release toy you’re looking for on a store shelf or at the very least buy it online. The latest trend in Marvel Legends is making us long for the days when we only nerd raged over BAFs.
Marvel’s newest event is upon us and it’s kind of a mess so far. Age of Ultron is the biggest victim of its own hype in recent memory. Big on both scale and anachronisms, this one can really go either way. Oh, and a Spawn character is coming up!
The axe has finally fallen on the DC animated series Young Justice, but it’s cancellation leaves a void that DC Entertainment doesn’t seem to have a plan to fill and points out some things the New 52 could learn from this series.
One of Marvel’s top writers on one of their biggest franchises sounds like a slam dunk, but which mutants will pay the price?
Boy, Dragonfire and Coldmoon have been great additions to the Marvel universe since their debut in Point One last year! And that Ultron War was pretty amazing, huh? Oh, right. Those things never happened despite being big news for 2012.
The movie informally known as ‘Star Trek 2′ now has a real name: ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’. Mary, PoP!’s resident Trek geek explains why she doesn’t like the new title, and then gives one reason why the title might actually be awesome in disguise.
Nearly everyone was looking forward to the beloved filmmaker’s return to Middle Earth until he announced that he is stretching the story of this classic Tolkein novel to three films, which smacks of studio greed and director excess.