The trailer for the upcoming season of Netflix's Bojack Horseman makes it clear that a good chunk of the season will deal with Bojack having gone missing after the events of Season 3. Sounds like we might need a private investigator. Luckily, Netflix has one of those, too!Read More
This is not a drill.
The CW has released a preview of Melissa Benoist and Grant Gustin's duet from the special musical crossover episode of The Flash, and it is literally a song about super-powered friendship.Read More
We've been waiting for what has felt like forever, but finally the Arrow-verse crossover is imminent! Thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we have details on how Supergirl will be introduced to her new CW compatriots! **Possible spoilers ahead**Read More
Of course Deadpool, Gambit, and the X-Men all live in the same world on the comic book page, but when it comes to the silver screen, crossovers get tricky (e.g. two Quicksilvers). But if you like to keep your canon neat and clean, you'll dig this news: the current cinematic adaptations of X-Men, Deadpool, and Gambit officially exist in a shared universe, just as they should, according to X-Men producer Simon Kinberg.Read More
It’s happened to many of us: You’re reading a comic series, enjoying all the superhero shenanigans, when suddenly: BAM! random issue that has nothing to do with the story and other heroes are showing up and things are happening and what the actual hell?Read More
Bite my shiny yellow ass!
Good news, everyone! Bender refuses to go gently into that good night. Which... actually might be a bad thing, if you're a can of Duff beer.Read More
Oh Mah Glob Guys
Too bad it's not 2005 or we'd actually be excited for this.
Great news for people who really enjoy once great television now rendered mediocre by time! Fox has announced that next year, The Simpsons and Family Guy will be teaming up for a crossover to be aired as part of the fall 2014 Family Guy season. If I were still in middle school, this would probably be amazing news. Alas, I'm not.Read More
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Things We Saw Today
The January issue of the Official PlayStation Magazine is reporting that Kratos, main character, rage personified, and unstoppable murder machine from the God of War series, will be a playable character in the PlayStation 3 release of next year's Mortal Kombat reboot, which is currently set release in March. Not only will Kratos be a playable character, but he'll have his own combat moves (Cyclone of Chaos, anyone?), fatalities, and a God of War themed combat arena. Not to mess with the canon of the new Mortal Kombat's story, Kratos won't be playable in story mode.Read More