The Evas in Neon Genesis Evangelion all have their own strengths and weaknesses - but which is the most powerful overall?
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The ultra-cute anime series Cardcaptor may not seem like it has many Easter eggs, but here are 10 things fans may not have known about Sakura.
Attack on Titan finally answers its long-running mystery about what lies beneath the Jaeger household, and it's a doozy.
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The stakes are higher than ever in Attack On Titan's third season, and there's no shortage of devastating plot twists.
There's evidence to support a new Star Wars rumor purporting to reveal the identity of one of Rey's parents. If true, it could further divide fandom.
A new king was chosen in Game of Thrones' finale. But it's employs a classic sci-fi trope that reveals Westeros has lost faith in humanity.
Robert Pattinson may be taking on the lead role in Matt Reeves' The Batman, and - predictably - fans haven't taken the news well. Because: Twilight.
Daenerys' abrupt turn to villainy in Game of Thrones' penultimate episode ruined one of television's only prominent female antiheroes.
Writer Lauren Myracle and artist Isaac Goodhart discuss their gritty and empowering take on Selina Kyle's origin in Under The Moon: A Catwoman Tale.
Arya Stark's path to becoming Westeros' unexpected savior marks her not just as Game of Thrones' greatest hero, but the best in modern fantasy.
In trying to both subvert and play into classic fantasy tropes, Game of Thrones' epic Battle of Winterfell left viewers confused and disappointed.
Avengers: Endgame was full of transformations, but Thor’s has been met with mixed reactions. Why did his extreme physical change hit such a nerve?
The MCU's Black Widow is a founding member of the Avengers, but her arc in the cinematic universe has been ambiguous and tragic.
In an open-ended cinematic universe, what happens in Avengers: Endgame is both consequential and inconsequential at the same time.
In The Rise of Skywalker, Rey wields a lightsaber in a color we've never seen before in Star Wars films. What does that mean for her character arc?
Star Wars: Episode IX's title has finally been revealed as The Rise of Skywalker. But what, or who, does that refer to? We have some ideas.
The Joker movie has drawn criticism for giving a villain with ambiguous beginnings a singular origin, but who's to say this version is definitive?