Ominous, metaphorical storm clouds have been gathering over Black Panther’s Wakanda for some time now as the ancient Orisha have seemingly abandoned T’Challa and his people. But just as the old deities have disappeared, a new(ish) goddess is coming into her powers in Marvel’s comics, and it’s long overdue.
Our perception of reality is defined by a unchanging set of rules. That which goes up must eventually come back down. Those who are long dead are destined to stay that way. If those rules changed, however, our relationship with reality would break down. For instance, how would you react if gravity suddenly vanished?…
FX’s Legion centers on some of the most powerful mutants from Marvel’s comics, but rather than depicting David Haller and the Shadow King’s psychic might with cheesy, expensive CGI set pieces, series creator Noah Hawley wanted to do something a little more artistically experimental.
In Warner Bros. Animation’s upcoming Batman Ninja film, the Dark Knight, his allies, and his Rogues Gallery all find themselves suddenly transported back in time from modern-day Gotham to feudal Japan. It’s a wild, curious premise for an adventure, so of course it’s got a weird-as-hell explanation to go with it.
It’s been nearly five long years since Janelle Monáe invited us back into the magical neon wonderland she’s dreaming up with her previous musical work, but the wait is finally over. Dirty Computer, her third album, is about to drop—and it’s coming with a 50-minute-long scifi film in tow.
On Tuesday evening, A Wrinkle in Time and New Gods director Ava DuVernay took to Twitter with a major Star Wars announcement, though it wasn’t about herself. For the first time in the franchise’s history, a black woman will direct a significant portion of a Star Wars film. Her name is Victoria Mahoney; remember it.
In his fight to protect his city from those who wish to destroy it, Black Lightning has seen the dead rise from the grave and watched in terror as nearly everything about his life crumbled to pieces. Through it all, though, Black Lightning’s never managed to lose its sense of hope and optimism.
“Be Captain America. Jam Captain America down their throats. And at the same time, protect yourself.” Words to live by, really.
It’s easy to understand why fans of the Arrowverse want to see the CW’s newest team of live-action DC superheroes team up with Teams Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow. But sorry, folks, because the fact of the matter is that Black Lightning is really, really, really set in its own universe.
Despite the fact that they all come from worlds where teams of superheroes save the multiverse on a daily basis, most of the heroes in comic books balk when they realize that their only hope of surviving the arcs of their own stories is—wait for it—working with other people.
Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch is one of the most curious characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Even after three films, we still don’t really know all that much about just who Wanda Maximoff is and what she can do.
Crack open a cold one, folks. Jessica Jones is coming back for a third season.
Though Stan Lee has been largely missing from the public eye in the months since his wife’s death last summer, troubling reports have been surfacing about his well-being. Now the 95-year-old is speaking out through a new video in which he threatens legal action against those reporting on his life.
In just a single season, Black Lightning’s already tackled systemic racism, police brutality, and gang violence, but last night’s episode proves that the show will stop at nothing to tell even more timely, resonate stories about the real world evils that we seemingly can’t escape.
A new report out today sheds more light on the allegations that 95-year-old Stan Lee is surrounded by bad actors who are all trying to get their hands on as much of the famed comics creator’s money as they can.
As Steven’s gradually come into his powers over the past five seasons, Garnet, Amethyst, and Pearl have carefully kept many of the specifics about Rose, the Diamonds, and the great Gem War to themselves. That secrecy’s a big part of what’s pushed Steven to become independent and seek out answers for himself, but in…
The brief glimpse of Delos’ other parks besides Westworld was one of the most surprising moments of Westworld’s first season and more than enough reason to get hype for the second. According to the series’ showrunners, one park in particular holds a personal significance for them both.
Even though playing games is typically how Rick and Morty end up putting the multiverse in jeopardy, the dimension-hopping duo are about to embark upon the journey of their lives with the help of a tabletop classic. This August, IDW and Oni Press are partnering to publish a four-issue, limited series from writers…
They say that a company’s social media presence is like the window into its soul.
The stars of this week’s Pull List selections have watched as war and plagues have ravaged the world time and time again, only to see humanity come to the brink of destruction before settling back down and eventually forgetting whatever lessons that might have been gleaned from the last Major Event™. When we meet them…