I'm so happy right now.
*chinhands* Tell me more.Read More
*chinhands* Tell me more.Read More
Shane Black has clarified reports that he will be rebooting the 1987 Predator, saying his addition to the franchise will instead be an entirely new story mining the creatures' "rich mythology." So...female Predators? That's what you're telling us, right, Black?Read More
A Predator reboot and more Chris Hemsworth for my (heat-seeking) eyeballs? To what do I owe the pleasure?Read More
If you think this mini-Predator from April's WonderCon Anaheim is impressive now, just wait until the cutie takes off the mask: anyone who sat through Predator 2 knows that expression. All this kid needs is a puppy dressed as an Alien and my heart would probably explode.Read More
Did you know Jean Claude Van Damme was in the Predator cloaking suit? Maybe not, because no one properly explained to him that the bright red rubber suit he was wearing wouldn't actually appear on film, and he went uncredited. Thanks to this video, we now know the truth behind Van Damme's quest to finally show off his martial arts skills.Read More
Ever wondered what unlikely opponents Halo and Predator would be like if they dropped their usual intensity and just, like, hung out? At game night? Doing chores? Well, us either, but that doesn't lessen how fun it turns out to be to watch them do just that in this video. The best part's towards the end, so be sure to watch the whole thing. (via tipster Heidi)Read More
At this point, there is a pretty established tradition of building intricate, awesome things out of LEGOs, sans instructions. Despite the fact that this is nothing new, this Predator bust by Shawn Snyder might be the most awesomely-detailed, actually-kind-of-scary LEGO bust on record. Not only does it have eyebrows that are slanted angrily and all the appropriate fangs, but you'll also notice that its collection of skulls all appear to belong to different species of animal. Now if I can just find an awesome LEGO recreation of the alien from Alien, complete with inner-mouth, my life will be complete. More pictures after the jump.Read More
In his aptly titled work "Mt. BadA$$," DeviantARTist Fooray reimagines Mt. Rushmore as a monument not to great U.S. presidents, but to pillars of sci-fi and geekdom, with Iron Man, RoboCop, Boba Fett, and the Predator taking the places of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln, respectively.Read More
DC's announcement yesterday that they would release a limited-run, $250 statue of Superman fighting Muhammad Ali in homage to their classic 1978 comic book counter has stirred up a surprising amount of nostalgia from comic book fans. Hero Complex's Geoff Boucher: "I own about 9,000 comic books but ask me to pick my single favorite and I don't need to think twice. It's "Superman vs. Muhammad Ali," which (despite the smirk-inducing title) was a world-class knockout when it arrived in the fall of 1978 and remains an enduring classic all these years later."
Superman's encounters with the likes of The Hulk, Galactus, and Spider-Man are undeniably inspiring of geekery, but we tend to put comic book characters, Marvel and DC alike, in the same shelves in our minds, which is why totally uncomiclike crossover battles are stranger still.
After the jump, ten snapshots of Superman's encounters with the likes of The Terminator, Adolf Hitler, and He-Man and the Masters of the Universe:Read More