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Comic Book Day: Talking “Akaneiro” with Justin Aclin

American McGee has always been a bit of an oddball. Some might call him the “Tim Burton of video games,” but I think that’s a bit of a slight to… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for May 22nd, 2013

Man alive! What a week it’s been already. With so many terrible things happening in the world, we need a little bit of levity in our lives, so thank goodness… more

Nerdist Podcast: John de Lancie

The very talented John de Lancie sits down with the guys to talk about his role as Jane’s father on Breaking Bad, starting his career in the theater, his… more
 

Here’s Everything We Know About the Xbox One

For years now, whispers of a next-gen Microsoft console code-named “Durango” have been providing grist for the rumor mills of the world, but today Microsoft laid all of its considerable… more

The “Batman: Arkham Origins” Trailer Packs a Punch

We gave you a taste on Friday of what to expect from Warner Bros. Games Montreal’s upcoming prequel game Batman: Arkham Origins, the third installment in the vaunted Arkham series… more

EXCLUSIVE: DC’s “All Star Western” #20 Preview Pages

While it may not be as popular as titles like Scott Snyder’s Batman or Brian Azzarello’s Wonder Woman, DC Comics’ All Star Western is unbridled genre fun, the likes of… more
 

Boldly Go Into Darkness with Star Trek’s Chris Pine

Arguably the most anticipated film of the summer season (it’s tied with Iron Man 3 , Man of Steel, and Pacific Rim), Star Trek Into Darkness marks Chris Pine’s second time… more

“Star Trek Into Darkness” Review: Eye-Popping Action at Warp Speed

Note: while I endeavored to avoid them, this review may contain mild spoilers The short review: Visually stunning and occasionally logically lacking, Star Trek Into Darkness is nothing else if… more

Approaching Warp Speed with Star Trek Into Darkness’ John Cho

Whether he is accelerating the USS Enterprise to warp speed or desperately trying to get an oversized bag of tiny hamburgers and escape Neil Patrick Harris, John Cho is always… more
 

Square Enix Gives DC Comics Heroes a PLAY ARTS Kai Makeover

When they’re not making RPGs with gravity defying hair or giving Eidos a platform to push out gems like Tomb Raider, video game megalith Square Enix also puts out an… more

Comic Book Day: Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips Talk “Fatale”

After over 1,500 pages of work together, Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips are still in fine form, turning their creative lockstep into one of the most exciting titles to… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for May 15th, 2013

Much like how the nights in Game of Thrones are dark and full of terrors, this week’s top picks for the pull list are filled with all manner of monsters,… more
 

Upfronts Assemble: “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Extended Trailer

It’s a bird! It’s a helicarrier! It’s Agent Coulson?! Back from beyond the grave and ready to trend on Twitter (#CoulsonLives), Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg) takes center stage in the… more

New “Axe Cop” Trailer Leaves Us Twirling Mustaches in Anticipation

Oh, Axe Cop, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways. Actually, math isn’t my strong suit, so let’s just cut to the chase and say that I’m… more

EXCLUSIVE: Brian Azzarello Previews “Wonder Woman” #20

While many of the accolades of DC’s New 52 revamp deservedly go to stellar titles like Scott Snyder’s Batman or Jeff Lemire’s Animal Man, there is another book that is… more
 

SNL Recap: Kristen Wiig and Vampire Weekend, Plus Seth Meyers’ Big Move

A mere eleven months and thirty days after she left the stage she called home for eight years, the prodigal daughter returned to host SNL in an uneven, but ultimately… more

Prepare for the “Bob’s Burgers” Season Finale with Loren Bouchard and Eugene Mirman

In case you’ve been taking veganism to such an extreme that you won’t even watch TV shows about fictional hamburger joints, then allow me to tell you that Bob’s Burgers… more

ABC Picks Up “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” to Series

Amidst the flurry of news regarding pilot pick-ups, cancellations and unexpected steps closer to six seasons and a movie, one title stood out, especially to Marvel fans: Disney’s Marvel’s Agents… more
 

Cosplay Friday #27

While there may not be anything you can do to stop the inexorable march of time, you can always count on Cosplay Friday to liven up your day and help… more

Beat Boredom with OK Go’s New App “Say the Same Thing”

When they’re not constructing massive Rube Goldberg devices or getting a hearty cardiovascular workout on their treadmills, the members of indie rockers OK Go have an awful lot of downtime…. more

EXCLUSIVE: “Regular Show” #1 Back-Up Story Preview

Fans of Cartoon Network’s Regular Show have an awful lot to be excited about next week, as BOOM! Studios launches Regular Show #1, a new ongoing series based on J…. more
 

“Now You See Me”‘s First 4 Minutes: Magic! Piranhas! A Heist!

Giving off a Zombieland-meets-Ocean’s Eleven by way of Burt Wonderstone vibe, Louis Leterrier’s Now You See Me, a heist/thriller centering around a group of magicians whose most impressive trick… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for May 8th, 2013

With Iron Man 3 in theaters and Man of Steel around the corner, it’s a pretty great time to be a comic book fan. Even better? It’s Wednesday, and there’s… more

Warner Bros. Rolls for Initiative with “Dungeons & Dragons”

Grab your multicolored polyhedrons and come out from behind your DM screens, because Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to make a film based on Dungeons & Dragons, which, according… more