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The second issue of Sex Criminals hit the shelves of comic shops this week, but if you’d like to buy it digitally, you may run into problems: It was rejected by Apple for being "objectionable."
Last night's "F.Z.Z.T." wasn't very heavy with the comic book easter eggs, but filled to the brim with callbacks to earlier events in Marvel's movies.
With the release of his third full-length album, The Middle of Nowhere, Adam WarRock proves that he's got not just heart but chops to match.
"If this is to end in fire, then we will all burn together," Thorin Oakenshield promises in the latest The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug trailer.
"Scientifically Accurate ThunderCats" gets a little too real in explanation of the Toxoplasma gondii parasite. Be prepared to fear your cat, and its poop.
Marvel would have us believe that Thor's hammer is also his primary mode of transportation, and that is an unforgivable crime against the laws of physics.
At Portland's Mission Theater, thirtysomething Tynan is experiencing what most of us would consider a nightmare come to life: He's reading from his teenage journal. On stage. In front of a live audience. Welcome to Mortified Nation.
A recap of "Indifference," the latest episode of The Walking Dead.
The Battle Room in director Gavin Hood's Ender's Game is stunning -- here's how VFX house Digital Domain made it happen.
Last night’s episode of The Simpsons paid tribute to Marcia Wallace, the actress who voiced Bart’s teacher Edna Krabappel and who died late last month.
Due Out this month, The Art of Rube Goldberg: (A) Inventive (B) Cartoon (C) Genius celebrates the guy whose name is synonymous with zany chain reactions.
The best salve for five seasons obsessively guiding a terrorizing, groundbreaking meth drama: play a gold-digger on Community, apparently.
How similar are the battle strategies of Ender Wiggin and Katniss Everdeen? We talked to Navy chief petty officer Timothy Bruns – the military adviser on Ender's Game – to find out.
For years, The Simpsons has been advancing what writer David X. Cohen calls "a decades-long conspiracy to secretly educate cartoon viewers."
The mysterious S. -- the new novel from J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst -- is released this week. If you were a fan of Lost, you should definitely check it out.
On the surface director Gavin Hood's adaptation of Ender's Game is a thrilling sci-fi spectacle, but it lacks the depth necessary to make it great.
It's a bloody disgrace! There's a grand tradition of gut-wrenching gore in horror films. Arteries spouting blood, heads bursting, viscera flying...ah, good stuff! But the increasing digitization of special f/x is robbing gore of its gross-out power! Watch an episode...
I'm not going to see Ender's Game. This is not a revelation. I'm queer. But for several years, I also considered Orson Scott Card a mentor and friend.
The embattled sci-fi writer opens up about Ender's Game.
In the latest of its great couch gags, The Simpsons has tacked The Hobbit for its latest intro. Don't worry, there be dragon.