What happens when alcoholic mad scientist Rick and his grandson/sidekick Morty invade The Simpsons season finale? Well, first they manage to kill the whole family in the couch gag, meaning that the pair then have to scramble to put the whole lot of them back together.
Here is a PSA for all of you fine Kotaku readers: starting today at 10am Eastern, FXX is broadcasting every single episode of The Simpsons, non-stop. Every single one.
The Simpsons has been around for a long time—which means there are a number of interesting factoids about the show you might not know about. Do you know, for example, what the show looked like when it started running?
Today's Halloween-themed update to The Simpsons: Tapped Out has a new loading screen filled with some excellent gags, including a special shout-out to console gaming.
People like to hate on The Simpsons these days, but I still find Fox's iconic cartoon show enjoyable, if not always super timely. See: this clip of Homer discovering iPad games, from the episode that aired last night.
If you're here in the Panel Discussion programming block, you might be a lapsed comics reader, trying to find a way back to the JLA Satellite. Or you might someone killing time until you pick up your weekly Wednesday pull list. Or maybe you've said goodbye to dozens of longboxes to embrace the promise of digital…
My first purchase at San Diego Comic-Con 2012 was not an expensive action figure, a sexy statue or a pretty pony. It was a simple set of six buttons based on a children's television show. And they are so cool.
"The Revolutionary War is boring!" "We wanted Japan!" "I don't like Assassin's Creed but I love complaining!" There's no escaping the setting and main character for Assassin's Creed III now. The best you can do is grin, bear it, and take comfort in the fact that none of these fan-imagined crossovers came to pass.
Konami has confirmed that the beloved beat-em-up The Simpsons Arcade is coming to consoles, and sooner than you expected. Not only does it get here, like, Friday (on Xbox Live), it'll be available free to PlayStation Plus subscribers when PSN gets it on Tuesday Feb. 7.
Artist Dean Fraser of Springfield Punx fame is up to his old tricks again, giving the heroes and villains of Batman: Arkham City a Simpsons-style makeover. Mmmmm, Springfield Catwoman.
Simpsons fan artist Dean Fraser revisits the world of Street Fighter to show us a man whose haircut would actually fit right in on the animated series.
Link rendered as a Simpsons character. As seen on Springfield Punx [Thanks, Samit.]