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The Incredibles showed us back in 2004 that being a superhero wasn't just for your teenage brother, it could be a family affair. Did...
Superman is one tough cookie. Hands down he's probably one of the strongest superheroes in fiction, but he always finds someone bigger and meaner to scrap with. Take characters like Doomsday and Darkseid, they knock him around and he keeps getting back up until he gets the job done.
Just like the Xenomorphs themselves, the Alien Franchise just will not die. Despite a fair few duds in the line of movies they just...
It's been a long wait since the first episode of the fan series Dragon Ball Z: Light of Hope hit YouTube hit back in 2015 and now the journey comes to an end.
Red Giant have today announced the launch of Universe 2.2 and the brand new short film, "Hewlogram," starring David Hewlett.
Brian Michael Bendis is probably a name you know well if you read Marvel Comics over the past 15 years or so, he's been involved in some of the biggest stories in the Marvel Universe. Well, now he's making the move over to the other side signing exclusively to DC Comics.
The first arc is up, but who will live to see the end of it?
Spider-man is making his way back to the world of video games as Marvel has dropped a trailer for his adventure on the PS4 coming next year.
It's late October and it can actually mean two things, it's Halloween and most importantly it's time for another London MCM Comic Con with plenty on offer for all to enjoy.
The latest trailer for the New Mutants movie looks like it contains more jump scares than Gotham City does during an average night. It also has me wondering about the X-Men franchise.
It's time to find what the coolest king in the Marvel Universe is getting up to as Black Panther becomes the next Marvel superhero to get his own Marvel movie.
Things are about to get tougher for Ryu and the gang as new challengers makes their way other to Street Fighter V. Zeku is the newest member of the cast, but will be any good?
It's kind of strange that the X-Men spin-off movies seem to be getting better and we're having more of them, whilst the main X-movies...
Part 1 of Warner Bros' Justice League is set to hit next month where DC's premier superhero team will have it's first big screen...
We've not had a lot of luck with live-action adaptations of anime here in the West, with Ghost in The Shell joining that long list of swing and misses, though could Fullmetal Alchemist buck that trend?