It’s time for a look back at the short-lived live action sitcom about what superheroes do during their downtime. Evil men, you face the Tick.
Category: Holy Crap! Remember…
A year before Nintendo would release the Virtual Boy, Sega gave us the 32X. It was the first in a series of failures that eventually drove Sega out of the console business for good. It’s one of the worst ideas in the history of gaming.
With an appearance in The Wolverine on the horizon, prepare for peg loads of Silver Samurai figures to invade your local toy aisles. Hopefully they go better than the waste of plastic that was his first action figure.
The year was 1998 and in between listening to Third Eye Blind and making jokes about Bill Clinton comic fans everywhere were getting double vision…from rolling their eyes at one of the worst ideas ever: Superman Red & Superman Blue.
Animation vet Ralph Bakshi’s twisted revamp of the iconic cartoon superhero was short-lived and controversial but also quite influential and ahead of its time.
The future of Star Wars is constantly changing in exciting new ways. Look back at the original ‘Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Characters’ and you’ll see how much the Star Wars universe has changed in just the past two decades.
It’s not often that an animated feature can score a homerun where a live action movie fails in every conceivable way. That’s exactly what happened in 1994 in one of the best video game adaptations ever made.
So long, Spidey. Arrivederci, Avengers. Exit the X-Men, stage dead. Frank Castle tears through Marvel in this Garth Ennis classic.
This strangely short-lived Saturday morning cartoon series focused on the post-Prequel, pre-A NEW HOPE exploits of our favorite robotic duo.