With 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. premiering this month,' 'Arrow' entering its second season and 'The Walking Dead' season four on the way, we are currently in a renaissance of comic book TV shows.
You've watched your home move from Chicago to New York to New Jersey. You attend press releases with the police commissioner just like a regular kid. Chances are strong you're an orphan. But are you really a Gotham City kid? Here are 15 signs that prove you are.
SDCC 2013 has come and gone, and we may have been sitting in our hot, un-air conditioned NYC apartment, sweating out a horrendous heat wave in our underpants, but our friends at Comics Alliance and ScreenCrush got to go, and they took some great pictures!
If you're wanting to be the next Iron Man or Hulk or if you just want a really awesome skeleton -- here's a handy guide to how you can make that happen courtesy of comedian Rusty Ward.
In his new Web series 'Science Friction,' Rusty brings real world technology to everyone's favorite tipsy superhero. Step one is probably to acquire some Tony Stark-level cash, because these things don't come cheap.
Any self-respecting kid who grew up during the late 1980s through the early 1990s knows 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' like the back of their hand. Origin story involving mutagenic ooze? Wise old sensei in the form of a talking bipedal rat? Arch villain bristling with a set of pointy armor? Check, check and check.
It's everyone's favorite time of year. If everyone in the world is a smug jerk in a happy relationship with somebody who actually cares about them, that is. Valentine's Day. The day single people love to hate. The day people in relationships are afraid to talk about it lest their single friends get mad at them...
Rumors are swirling around the geek-o-sphere that Superman's pal Jimmy Olsen may in fact be Jenny Olsen, and played by actress Rebecca Bueller, in this summer's movie 'Man of Steel.' Fans are already freaking over the idea of Superman palling around with a woman who isn't Lois Lane...
With all the rumblings surrounding the news that the CW is working on developing a new Wonder Woman TV series a la 'Smallville,' the big question is: who will portray the lasso-swinging future Amazon heroine? Here's our pick for the five actresses who would be fit to fill Lynda Carter's shoes on the small screen.
It's a Marvel movie tradition to pay homage to legendary writer Stan Lee by having him appear in some random scene in every comic book adaptation that has hit the big screen since 2000. After all, where would the X-Men, Hulk and Spider-Man be today without their creator?
The fictional town of Riverdale has seen many real-life famous celebrities give the place a visit. Coming this November with the release of 'Kevin Keller' #6 is the man Hikaru Sulu himself -- George Takei! For those who haven't read Archie Comics in a while, Kevin Keller is the first openly gay character. Conveniently enough, Takei is openly gay too.