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Crowdfunding Campaigns and Anti-AI Bigots Are Killer in This Week's Best New Comics Crowdfunding Campaigns and Anti-AI Bigots Are Killer in This Week's Best New Comics

There was once a time when we all feared that hyper-intuitive artificial intelligence and robots might one day pose a threat to humanity, but to look at our current technological landscape, it’s seeming much more likely that our collective obsession with our phones and the growing gig economy might be what does us in.

Warner Bros. Considered a Catwoman Solo Movie Starring Michelle Pfeiffer Warner Bros. Considered a Catwoman Solo Movie Starring Michelle Pfeiffer

While there have been plenty of depictions of Batman on the silver screen to pick from, there’s really only ever been one cinematic Catwoman who captured the world’s imagination and it turns out that at one point in time, Warner Bros. considered giving her a solo movie.

Voltron's Showrunners Discuss the Paladins' Evolution and What the Show's New Pilots Mean for the Future Voltron's Showrunners Discuss the Paladins' Evolution and What the Show's New Pilots Mean for the Future

There’s an air to Voltron: Legendary Defender’s seventh season that telegraphs the fact that the show is soon coming to an end, but it’s also shot through with a forward momentum suggesting that there might be more to the series’ story even beyond the impending final season.

The New Goosebumps 2 Trailer Unveils a Surprisingly Epic Movie The New Goosebumps 2 Trailer Unveils a Surprisingly Epic Movie

You’d be correct to assume that Sony’s latest cinematic adaptation of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps series isn’t really all that scary, but judging from the sequel’s latest trailer, you’d be wrong to think the movie’s not going to be action-packed.

After Dark Horse's Buffy The Vampire Slayer Comic Ends, Fox Will Own the Rights After Dark Horse's Buffy The Vampire Slayer Comic Ends, Fox Will Own the Rights

Buffy Summers has been slaying demons for the past 26 years. This fall, her story in Dark Horse Comics’ ongoing Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Twelve: The Reckoning series will come to an end. And then? Well, it’s going to get interesting

Report: After Taking a Meeting With James Gunn, Disney Still Isn't Bringing Him Back for Guardians Vol. 3 Report: After Taking a Meeting With James Gunn, Disney Still Isn't Bringing Him Back for Guardians Vol. 3

In the wake of Disney cutting James Gunn from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 after controversial tweets of his were resurfaced by alt-right figures, the film’s tight-knit cast has been openly advocating for the studio to bring the director back. Long story short? Still not gonna happen.

Voltron: Legendary Defender’s Showrunner Offers a Genuine Apology to the Fandom Voltron: Legendary Defender’s Showrunner Offers a Genuine Apology to the Fandom

Voltron: Legendary Defender’s creative team shook the fandom to its core at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con when it announced the show’s seventh season would address Shiro being a gay man and introduce his same-sex partner, but the show’s depiction of a queer relationship understandably left many fans cold.

Quicksilver: No Surrender Is Giving the Maximoff Twins Some Much-Needed Depth Quicksilver: No Surrender Is Giving the Maximoff Twins Some Much-Needed Depth

Before they were Avengers, members of Magneto’s evil mutant Brotherhood, or the subjects of the High Evolutionary’s twisted experiments, Pietro and Wanda Maximoff were family—twins—and the only people in the world looking out for one another. The currently running Marvel Comic series Quicksilver: No Surrender is…

Voltron's Complicated, Imperfect LGBQT Representation Is Tearing the Fandom Apart Voltron's Complicated, Imperfect LGBQT Representation Is Tearing the Fandom Apart

Even if you weren’t there in the San Diego Comic-Con hall where it was first announced that Voltron: Legendary Defender’s Shiro is a gay man whose relationship would be explored in the show’s seventh season, fans made sure the world knew.

This Artist Is Making Steven Universe's Gems Even More Queer

Even though Steven Universe is technically about a bunch of sentient rocks whose humanoid physical forms are just hard light constructs, the show’s gems are presented as female and the emotional relationships between them are coded as queer.

Runaways' Second Season Will Arrive This Winter and Feature a Connection to the MCU Runaways' Second Season Will Arrive This Winter and Feature a Connection to the MCU

Runaways’ surprisingly solid first season ended with its titular heroes finally living up to their team name and trying to escape their villainous parents in order to be free. From the sounds of things, the gang’s lives are only going to get even more difficult in the show’s second season.

Freaky Friday Could Be Much More Interesting if It Was Updated to Be True to Today's Teens Freaky Friday Could Be Much More Interesting if It Was Updated to Be True to Today's Teens

Into every generation since 1973, an adaptation of Mary Rodgers’ novel Freaky Friday has been born, and it has become an important part of young people learning through pop culture that their parents are screw-ups just like they are.

Cold Cuts and Merit Badges Are Weapons of War in This Week's Best New Comics Cold Cuts and Merit Badges Are Weapons of War in This Week's Best New Comics

The Boy Scouts and vending machine sandwiches aren’t really similar, though they are both designed to provide people with the things they need: guidance, information, or, well, nourishment.

DC Doesn't Know What to Do With Cyborg DC Doesn't Know What to Do With Cyborg

If you were to ask a casual comic book fan who the usual members of the Justice League are, you’d probably hear the standards: Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, the Martian, the fish dude, etc. But for the past few years, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. have been heavy-handedly trying to turn Cyborg into a core member…

Iron Fist's Second Season Would Do Well to Put Danny in the Passenger Seat Iron Fist's Second Season Would Do Well to Put Danny in the Passenger Seat

Each of the four pillars of Netflix’s chunk of the Marvel Cinematic Universe plays a different role in telling the kinds of realistic, street-level stories that Marvel’s movies and other TV shows tend to shy away from. But with Iron Fist, there’s a lot of room for improvement.

The Paladins Are Packing Some Serious Heat in the Latest Clip From Voltron Season 7 The Paladins Are Packing Some Serious Heat in the Latest Clip From Voltron Season 7

Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defender series has never shied away from throwing its characters into kinetic, thrilling action sequences, but from the latest look at the upcoming penultimate season, it seems as if the show is pulling out all the stops to up the ante even more.

Batwoman Needs a Phenomenal Wig for Her Live-Action CW Show Batwoman Needs a Phenomenal Wig for Her Live-Action CW Show

Though film and television studios have figured out how to create convincing, life-like dragons and turn people into legendary gods using VFX, it’s all too common to find that the budgets for the hair and makeup department don’t account for good-quality wigs. We can’t let that happen with the CW’s upcoming live-action…

Venom Should Be a Horror Movie Where the Monster Wins Venom Should Be a Horror Movie Where the Monster Wins

Diehard Spider-Man fans will swear up and down that there’s no way to make a movie about Eddie Brock and Venom without Peter Parker, but that’s really not the case. Sony’s upcoming Venom standalone movie is the perfect opportunity to prove that the character can be much more compelling and nuanced when it’s anything …

Tom King's Heroes in Crisis Is Going to Change the Way You Understand DC's Finest Heroes Tom King's Heroes in Crisis Is Going to Change the Way You Understand DC's Finest Heroes

It’s impossible to listen to writer Tom King talk about DC Comics’ upcoming Heroes in Crisis series without gaining a new appreciation for the larger narrative project he’s been crafting across other comics, like Mister Miracle and Batman.

Everyone's Logging Off and Terrified of Technology in This Week's Best New Comics Everyone's Logging Off and Terrified of Technology in This Week's Best New Comics

If you spend any time on social media, then you’ve undoubtedly at some point found yourself exhausted, annoyed, and wondering if the internet was a mistake. Those of us who spend too much time staring at screens often joke about how we should never tweet or post and should perhaps just log off.

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