A sushi chef has spent more than 10 years perfecting the art of creating "Star Wars" characters out of vegetables for his guests.
An illustrator and devoted "Star Wars" fan has created a mind-blowing 123-meter infographic that retells the movie that started it all.
When Cleveland police recovered a 9-year-old boy's stolen "Pokémon" binder, some of the cards were missing -- so one officer dug into his own collection.
Weaving together footage from such films as "Deadpool," "Captain America: Civil War" and "X-Men," one fan creates a trailer for the crossover of our dreams.
The First Avenger meets metal in this "Civil War"-inspired guitar tribute to the "Captain America March."
When Captain America throws his mighty shield, he'll need a couple of powerful electromagnets for it to come back to him.
Folk punk artist, and Pokemon fan, Jacob Newman has set out to write a song about each and every species of pocket monster. He's already released tributes to 100 of them.
Fans can get an official Marvel MasterCard in one of five designs featuring the Avengers, Captain America, Spider-Man, Iron Man and the Guardians.
These vintage photos will transport you to a time long ago -- the late '70s and early '80s -- when it seemed like every kid was obsessed with "Star Wars."
One "Star Wars" fan built a full-size, 27-foot replica of an All Terrain Scout Transport from "Return of the Jedi," complete with moving cannons and sound effects.
A brick enthusiast spent two months building a highly LEGO Batcave, complete with platforms for the Batmobile and Batwing, and a massive waterfall.
Created for a Lucasfilm-sanctioned charity auction, this Scout Trooper helmet brings a little bit of Gotham to a galaxy far, far away.
A 48-year-old Scottish man has turned the family car into his own version of the Batmobile, complete with "Bat-Signal" headlights.
A collection of more than 1,000 classic comics, including the first appearances of Batman and Superman, debuted in London ahead of a world tour.
What began as a joke about Aquaman-style beach attire turned into a two-and-a-half-month project to refurbish an old surfboard with the sea king's trident.
In announcing his nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court, President Obama revealed that Judge Merrick Garland sold his comics collection to pay for law school.
A would-be wall-crawler is defeated not by a pint-sized Green Goblin but by mucus in a video that leaves him rethinking the mask.
A college student in Shandong Province, China, devoted a year to constructing a 1-ton, 1/3-scale replica of Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn.
The 46-year-old collector didn't want just any room to display his memorabilia, so he spent 18 months creating his own little Batcave.