At last week’s Comic-Con, I got the chance to meet one of my all-time favorite writers, Jhonen Vasquez.
While it's true that decades ago comics used to routinely sell 400,000 copies, these days, with a million forms of media competing for fans' attentions, and a smaller overall comic book industry, it's no mean
This reject from Jersey Shore has found a home at Comic-Con, in an amazing cardboard-and-tinfoil mech suit.
One of the things the Venture Brothers does best is to champion the under-appreciated. Just look at Henchman 21's rise to glory.
We just received word that the world of Silent Hill, soon to explode onto movie screens in 3D with the long-awaited film sequel Silent Hill: Revelation, will be part of Universal Studios' Halloween
I was surprised at the lack of Tim Burton-inspired costumes at SDCC.
Like many a sci-fi kid who grew up in the '70s and '80s, I longed for action figures based on Ridley Scott's Alien, toys that would complement the wildy popular figures made for that other h