The Justice League movie might not be great, but it potentially sets up DC’s characters for some better stand-alone movies. One of those is the Aquaman movie, due out next December, and given the renewed excitement surrounding the guardian of the Earth’s oceans, it’s probably time for a new Aquaman video game as well.
Sony has decided to renew its superhero series, Powers, for a second season, so says The Hollywood Reporter. The second season will premiere sometime in 2016.
You always see gotta-go-fast superheroes punching people when they fight bad guys. And, yeah, a fist delivered at the speed of sound will probably do the job of crushing evil. But a guy like Quicksilver doesn’t even need to hit a person to mess ‘em up real bad.
It's not always exciting to be a superhero. There's downtime, when superheroes go back to their daily lives, screw around, play jokes on each other, and pass the day. Finally, we get to see all this recreated in collectible figures and slick photography.
Fan favorite Castle—and Firefly!—star Nathan Fillion was the guest of Conan O'Brien yesterday, and well, they've discussed things I didn't expect: DC and Marvel-themed nail polish.
If you're watching a movie and the main character takes a whole scene to get ready, there's a pretty good chance that shit just got real. Here's almost 100 characters getting ready for their Big Moment.
Not every superhero has the powers of Dr. Manhattan or Deadpool, so they get old and worn out eventually. A charming series by DeviantART artist Lelpel plays with the idea, imagining what they would look like 30 or 40 years from now.
Star Wars art doesn't get any more religious than this. Hero-Glyphs is a series by artist Josh Ln, transforming well-known superheroes and other pop culture icons into hieroglyphs. His latest pieces feature Star Wars, Ghostbusters and (surprise, surprise) Firefly:
Silver Surfer snowboarding on a Galactus-shaped ramp sure would make things more exciting at any Winter Olympics event. The real games might be over, but here's concept artist Francesco Francavilla pairing superheroes with the winter sports that suit them the best.
For a superhero, having a sidekick isn't so unusual—it's practically a cliche. But in real life? The practice might be considered a little creepy.
Silver Surfer tricking off of Galactus' head is cool but, come on, Bobby Drake is the gold medalist of doing cool stuff in/with cold weather, right?
Batarang. It's a funny word. And, until Frank Miller turned them into nasty little shuriken, it's kind of an odd weapon for a grim nocturnal avenger, at first blush. But watch this video and you will never laugh a Batarang again.
Listen, Bat-fans: as bad as you think Ben Affleck might be—and I'm reserving judgment— the next on-screen version of Bruce Wayne won't be as bad as Batman & Robin. It… it can't be.
Why did Superman wear his frilly red underthings on the outside of his body stocking? The fine folks at Today I Found Out offer this simple, sensible explanation.
This year's superhero movies? They kind of suck—well, in comparison to last year's kickass superhero movies. What gives?
Sure, we all think it'd be great to have super-strength. But what if it was actually the worst?
Last time we checked in to Better Supes, they had a number of of illustrations that took inspiration from superhero-loving little girls who like to put their own costumes together. It was cute, heartening and kind of badass.
Let us once again reflect on the beauty that comes with limitation. These blocky renderings of world-famous superhero characters manage to convey just what works about each character design, despite the lack of detail that Cyclops, Superman or Spider-Man are usually drawn with. And they leave you craving the next…
Clearly, every superhero needs a power glove. Or something.