A new cooking mechanic in Pokemon: Sword & Shield has revived one of the franchise's most uncomfortable questions: do humans eat Pokemon?
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Get yourself ready for Supernatural's fifteenth and final season with CBR's bumper catch-up.
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The women of the MCU may be mighty, but Marvel Studios continues to lack faith in them to carry films on their own.
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A familiar face -- and name -- from Eric Kripke's Supernatural makes it way onto the creator's latest series, The Boys.
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In Supernatural's big fourth wall breaker, Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles played Sam and Dean... playing Jared and Jensen.
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