USA Today is reporting that artist Chris Sprouse, citing an excess of media attention, is the latest to wise up about working alongside "Ender's Game" creator and outspoken homophobe Orson Scott Card on the digital "Adventures of Superman" anthology.

It seems at this point that DC editorial and Card are really the only ones to not realize that his involvement on the book is a very bad idea.



The Cartoon Network series has partnered with Vannen Watches to release this limited-edition paying tribute to Mordecai and Rigby's brief stint as rockstars in the episode "Mordecai and the Rigbys."

After the jump, check out more images of the watch and details on how you might be able to get a sketch of Mordecai and Rigby from "The Regular Show" creator J.G. Quintel.



By Zack Smith

Fans of Christian Bale as Batman in Christopher Nolan's films are about to have all the Bale-Bat Toys they could want -- a new Toys R US Exclusive Three-Pack, "The Dark Knight Trilogy," features "Movie Masters" versions of Batman from all three films in one affordable package.


Responding to reports that "Once Upon a Time" actor Sebastian Stan would be exiting the show due to "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" commitments (like this one), showrunners/creators Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis denied plans to recast the actor during PaleyFest 2013.

Plus, the duo teased details for some of the upcoming season two episodes looking back at the early days of Storybrooke and the revelation of another realm.



Coming in June from IDW, the new series will be supervised by "X-Files" creator Chris Carter, seeing Mulder and Scully's anonymous suburban lives -- together -- disrupted when they learn that someone is preying on everyone involved with the X-Files.



David Finch ("Justice League"), Scott Snyder ("Batman"), Jeff Lemire and Ray Fawkes ("Justice League Dark"), Ethan Van Sciver ("Batman"), Gail Simone ("Batgirl), "the most refined man in comics," James Robinson ("Earth 2"), and more loaded up a crowded stage to talk all things DC Comics during Emerald City Comic-Con.



Dark Horse Comics long ago distinguished itself as the home of non-capes comics, but in 2013, they're embracing them with Ghost, X, Captain Midnight and more in new series as the publisher explores the pulps and modern supes throughout the year. Plus, more new characters will be introduced in "Dark Horse Presents" throughout 2013.

Find out what the publisher has in store for superhero fans in this recap of their Emerald City Comic-Con panel.


The Dark Sky Films release is on the way to theaters and DVD in April mankind's last hope against the end of days with his Australian biker punk buddy, a girl with a knife, and an old man who knows Kung fu.

When the forces of Hell come knocking, it'll take a technologically-enhanced soldier brought back from the dead to face them in this film from jack-of-all-trades filmmaker Steven Kostanski.


If the casting of Mads Mikkelsen as the bad Dr. Lecter wasn't enough to pique your interest in the "Silence of the Lambs" prequel miniseries "Hannibal," then this artfully cut trailer will.



THR revealed the first poster for the Jacob Vaughan-directed horror-comedy "Milo," which will be making its premiere at South by Southwest next month, uniting "Party Down" and "The State" star Ken Marino with "Community's" Gillian Jacobs. And Peter Stormare is probably going to be weird in it!

You can check out the full-sized poster after the jump.


"I am a Partially Deceased Syndrome sufferer, and what I did in my untreated state is not my fault."

That's the horror by way of self-help idea of "In the Flesh," the new three-part zombie drama making its debut on March 17 on BBC Three.



If you're looking for the season finale of "Archer," it'll be under the sea. With Jon Hamm!

Plus, the AV Club has confirmed that the FX animated series will be making returning for yet another season after this year's spy spoof hijinks wrap up. Plus, another crossover (kind of)!



Ryan Murphy, you had me merely curious about the third season of your insane/ridiculous FX series, but now you've added "Misery" star Kathy Bates to "American Horror Story?"

Well, now I'm committed.


A Republic-shaking manhunt begins in this prequel webisode from the NBC lights-off drama.

After Monroe (David Lyons) survives an assassination attempt, he orders Captain Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) to turn the Republic inside-out for traitors. While the heroes of "Revolution" might be a little hapless and a bummer to watch, this brief, sweaty and tense glimpse at its villains shows what "Revolution" is capable of.



After making its way through the festival circuit and steadily rolling out across the country in limited screenings, "The ABCs of Death" has a release date and some early details (courtesy of Fangoria).


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