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Joker and Harley are not some misunderstood kids. They are very bad people.
Here's the skinny... GQ did a photo shoot with current female comedienne flavor of the moment here in the States, Amy Schumer. But not just a...
To celebrate its 30th (30th!!!) anniversary, Universal has announced it will be re-releasing the Back to the Future trilogy as DVD and Blu-ray boxsets. ...
Thunderbirds Are Go! With the help of Thunderbird Kickstarter of course.
Imagine if Superman could turn into the Hulk and he was covered in rocks. How is that a bad thing?
I mean, come on. Someone must miss this little team? Not just me?
Have you ever wondered what SpongeBob SquarePants and Co. would look like if they somehow managed to take-on a human form? Me neither, but Chinese artist XiaozuoZ obviously has and has taken it upon himself to actually draw the colourful cast as a series of human-like anime characters - and it's not as weird as I thought it would be.
This is going to a pretty picture heavy one, only because the story is pretty "new cover" heavy, so gird your loins...
A new comic, an anniversary and more rumours about the new movie. I think it's time we look back.
So what was missing from the new Marvel universe? Well let me tell you..
Back in March, Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion teamed up with the idea to produce a parody of post-Firefly life, in the form of...
Today's Google Doodle is a pretty exciting one for those of us who are fans of movies like Godzilla and Pacific Rim or shows like Power Rangers. Media which portrays gigantic monsters destroying cities, waging war over Earth, or facing-off against an equally huge hero who's either a giant human, or a human-powered robot. These Tokusatsu, as they're called, were created by many, including today's Google Doodle spotlight, Eiji Tsuburaya.
Ninjas are always supposed to hide their faces. The mentor of Naruto, Kakashi Hatake has always embraced this ideal very fiercely. I mean it was bad enough that he used his Hidden Leaf Village headband to hide his Sharingan which gives him his copy powers, along with his nickname, the Copy Ninja.
Taylor Swift is once again in the tech spotlight as it's been revealed that she's once again refusing to have her material on yet another music streaming service. This time, surprisingly, Apple Music is the target and it'll sadly be missing out on her latest hit record, 1989.
Guess what? I think I may have a rough idea about what may happen during Captain America: Civil War. I reckon what may happen first...