The friendship between Superboy and Robin has been far more engaging than the bond that their fathers share.
Learn more about the failed attempt by director Terry Gilliam to bring Watchmen to the silver screen all the way back in the 1990s.
In Absolute Carnage #4, Eddie Brock bonds a symbiote that transforms him into a Venom/Avengers hybrid to take on the might of Cletus Kasady.
Ang Lee's Gemini Man tops the Marvel Cinematic Universe's "de-aging" gimmick... right until the very end when it falls apart for Will Smith's clone.
Powers of X #6 reveals that if a certain mutant is brought back to life and allowed access to Krakoa, it may be the end of the X-Men.
Zombieland: Double Tap is consistently silly and features some fun world-building, but lacks the character depth of the 2009 original.
Following news that the Flash will die in the CW's Crisis on Infinite Earths, we look back on the original comic and explore why Barry Allen dies.
In Captain Marvel #11, one of the most dangerous Infinity Stones resurfaces in a dangerous villain.
Netflix's El Camino changes the fate of a key villain from AMC's Breaking Bad TV series -- one we thought died in the final season.
Living With Yourself isn't really a comedy, with only occasional understated bits of humor, but it's not much of a drama or a sci-fi series, either.
Oliver Queen has tangled with many classic DC villains over the entire run of Arrow, but here are the most notable ones that didn't make the cut.
The major event in Arrow's Season 8 premiere has significant ramifications for some fan-favorite Flash characters.
Several Batman allies return to help in his fight against Bane, but one in particular has been a key player all along.
As good as Joaquin Phoenix is in Joker, he's still nowhere near as good as Heath Ledger's Clown Prince of Crime in Nolan's The Dark Knight.
The X-Men just built a base on one of the most strategically important locations in the Marvel Universe, and they have some serious history with it.
In Wonder Woman #600, the DC hero got a new costume designed by Jim Lee, but she didn't keep it for long.