An enterprising fan has recreated the Comic-Con Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer using the original audio and new storyboards.
The combination of Eva Green’s “under breast” and “nipple shadow” on a Sin City 2 movie poster was “censored.” Here are 15 posters that got away with it.
Palicki finally gets a chance to play a superheroine in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe.
Your first look at Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, a.k.a. Ant-Man!
Superman Sliders, Hulk Smash Pizza, and a Spider-man Lunch Wrap will satisfy even the hungriest superheroes.
Copley takes over the lead role from Jason Patric as Michelle Forbes also joins the series.
Big Boss becomes a monster, and Aladdin gets shocked in this week’s Sunday Gaming comics.
CraveOnline kicks off a new special feature that explores the latest comics from Dynamite Entertainment!
Enter to win the Amazing Spider-Man 2: Electro Collector’s Edition signed by Stan Lee and a poster signed by the cast!
The iconic Marvel artist comes out of retirement to provide a new Superman cover.
X Japan gets ready to rock New York Comic-Con 2014, plus a recap of all the cool stuff from last year’s convention.
It’s never been done before by a soundtrack with no original songs.
How can Warner Bros. finally make Aquaman cool? And why can’t everyone play the new Tomb Raider at the same time?
DC opens up the supernatural side of Batman’s world, with Jim Corrigan and The Spectre as your guides.
Rick Remender and Tom Brevoort tease some big changes for Marvel’s heroes and villains.
Is Jonah Hex as bad as everyone says? We here at Trolling say no.
The question isn’t why TMNT made money, the question is why you thought it wouldn’t.
Final Fantasy and The Last of Us are featured in this week’s Sunday Comics.
Brown returns to the DC Universe this fall as an antagonist for The Flash