Yaya Han was supposed to be on tour right now. Instead of signing copies of books and posing for pictures with fans, the cosplayer is at home prepping her next shipment of washable masks to help people prevent the spread of COVID-19.
In 1988, the Joker killed Robin in the legendary Batman story "A Death in the Family." But Robin almost didn't die. For Robin's 80th anniversary, here's a glimpse of what nearly happened, in Jim Starlin's unused pages from DC's own archive.
Although there are plenty of art galleries, theaters and concert halls in Iran, live standup has not caught on — perhaps unsurprising given the inherent risks of challenging authority in the Islamic Republic.
Morbius trailer has a cameo from Michael Keaton, who could be playing his Spider-Man villain, Vulture. This, along with a poster of Spider-Man, seems to connect the new Sony movie with Tom Holland's MCU Spider-Man.
Twenty-five years ago, Jim Carrey cemented his status as a comedy god by playing a down-on-his-luck nice guy who's empowered by a magical, snot-colored mask. But the origins of this story are no laughing matter.
"Release the Snyder Cut" is an uncommonly passionate and quixotic movement dedicated to restoring superhero auteur Zack Snyder's original vision for 2017's troubled "Justice League." They may never get what they want. May they never stop trying.
The crossover climax to all the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies released so far hasn't been out for a week, but it contains so much and leaves so many questions that it's hard to keep up. Rather than flood Digg with spoilers, we're keeping all the good stuff here.
Milla Jovovich is a 5th century sorceress who wants to bring about the apocalypse, and only a humble police chief from Hawkins, Indiana– er, sorry, only a big red guy from hell with rockin' mutton chops can save the day.