"LOST" actor Michael Emerson gives his perspective on providing a voice for the Joker in this series of clips from from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment about "The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2" : Read More...

Now you can have cute plushie versions of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman to hug and love for your very own, from Mezco. Key chains and a sweet action figure too!

Big Bad Toy Store has put up a variety of new "Breaking Bad" toys up on their site for pre-order: Read More...

OK, OK...this title is a wee bit misleading. But Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart did famously portray the mutant arch-rivals in the "X-Men" movies. Now they're set to reunite on Broadway in two plays under a limited engagement: Harold Pinter’s "No Man’s Land" and Samuel Beckett’s "Waiting For Godot". Read More...

Everybody is buzzing about the new 'Star Wars' movie to be helmed by J.J. Abrams. When "LOST" and "Lord Of The Rings" star Dominic Monaghan -- currently in the new BBC America show "Wild Things" -- dropped by our studios, we quizzed him on what part he'd like to play in the upcoming film! Read More...

While chatting about his new BBC America series "Wild Things," Dominic Monaghan mentioned that he's a Doctor Who fan...and would like to play him one day:

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You remember him from "LOST" and the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy -- now Dominic Monaghan has a new adventure! "Wild Things With Dominic Monaghan" premieres on BBC America tonight at 10/9 c, and features the actor hanging around all sorts of exotic -- and at times, dangerous -- animals!

Says Monaghan about his new show:

"'Wild Things' is my attempt to change people's ideas about animals that most people are scared of: snakes, spiders, bees, ants, wasps. Stuff like that!"

You can check out the official "Wild Things" website here

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Celebrity and former "Star Trek" actor George Takei recently announced on his Facebook page that he will be guest-starring -- sort of -- in a new "Dick Tracy" storyline. Here's the word from George:

"Beginning last Sunday (Jan. 13), and continuing for about two months, the Dick Tracy comic strip on Sundays is featuring a storyline involving me and my husband Brad. I appear under the name "George Tawara." The story has a WWII internment connection, and we are truly honored to be a part of it." Read More...

In an official statement, Syfy confirmed that the superheroes-meet-real-world TV series "Alphas" will not be renewed for a third season:

"Syfy has decided not to renew Alphas for a third season. We've been proud to present this entertaining, high-quality series for two seasons and to work with an incredible ensemble of talented actors, producers and creatives as well as our partners at BermanBraun Television. We'd like to thank the show's dedicated regular viewers for their tremendous support." Read More...

I always thought Tina Fey would make a great Lois Lane, but this Rolling Stone cover confirms it. Read More...

The 24th Annual GLAAD Media Award nominees have just been announced -- which includes the Outstanding Comic Book category. DC Comics leads the noms this year, followed by one each from Marvel, Archie, and Dark Horse:

Astonishing X-Men

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Before I begin this look at the latest three installments of the "Death of the Family," I should warn you that there are some pretty substantial spoilers in this post. So look away if you must, comic book fan! Read More...

It's going to be one of the most anticipated Marvel Comics mini-series of the Summer: "Thanos Rising." We've see the big purple baddie in "Avengers," now it's time to get his shocking origin story. As Marvel.com describes it:

"The series affords readers a rare glimpse into the ultimate nihilist’s early days on his far-off home planet Titan and the major events that lead to his life of cosmic infamy." Read More...


On February 13, DC Comics will have another solo superheroine book to fill their ranks: "Katana," written by Ann Nocenti and illustrated by Alex Sanchez. MTV Geek took a moment to chat with comics industry legend Nocenti about the new title -- and to delve deeper into the psyche of Katana.

Geek:You have a history of writing very strong and tough female characters. Can you tell me how Katana fits into that tradition...and what makes her and her story unique?

Ann Nocenti: Thank you! When I first started writing comics, in the way-back days, Typhoid Mary was my explosive response to women characters in comics-- I made her an innocent virginal type, a clever, dark, liberated woman, and as Bloody Mary, a feminist bent of punishing men-- all in one character. She was an instinctual rather than a calculated creation. When I read Katana's run in Birds of Prey, I was curious about her restraint. She didn't laugh, didn't loosen up, didn't seem to have a light side. I thought, well that demure nature is what we believe of women of Old Japan, so she seemed not like a modern Japanese but from an earlier time. That, along with having her husband killed by the sword she carried, all that bottled-up anger... I started to feel the intense contradictions in her, and the potential for a personal explosion. I liked how her BOP teammates humored her when she talked to her dead husband in her sword. It seemed a very female "circling of the wagons," how the women supported her possible delusional nature. Read More...

Great news for Masters of the Universe fans: He-Man, Skeletor, and the rest of the Eternia crew will get their own ongoing monthly series from DC Comics starting in April! Read More...

This was going to start out as a review of "Detective Comics" #16, part of a generally well-written and drawn run on the book by John Layman and Jason Fabok. Being part of the "Bat-Titles," this issue obviously is part of the current Joker-centric "Death of the Family" storyline. But released in a week where the trial for Aurora shooting suspect James Holmes has begun, this particular comic takes on a whole deeper meaning.

Spoilers ahead! Read More...

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