Luke Perry, Star of '90210' and 'Riverdale', Dies at 52

Following a massive stroke last week, Luke Perry, tragically succumbed on Monday morning. Luke  had risen to fame as teen heartthrob Dylan McKay on the early Fox series Beverly Hills, 90210, but had gained a recent following on the CW series, Riverdale. Reps for Luke had expressed that medical staff at St. Joseph's Hospital in Burbank, had […]

Tom King Teases a Death in Upcoming Batman Issue

Former Director of the CIA Tom King has a weird relationship with death. Speaking of a Superman comic he wrote in which Superman imagined Lois Lane being brutally murdered over and over again, King once said, "To me this is a metaphor for the best parts of love." And of course, King is the writer […]

'Supernatural' "Damaged Goods" Preview: Dean Needs Some Serious "Mom Time"

While it would be easy for fans of the CW's Supernatural to start looking ahead to the show's 300th episode "Lebanon" (we hear someone whose name rhymes with "Jeffrey Dean Morgan" was seen hanging around the set), they know there's still a lot of road left to travel – and it's "travel" that's on Dean's […]

Who Will Die in April's Tony Stark: Iron Man #11?

In April's issue of Tony Stark: Iron Man… ONE OF THESE CHARACTERS WILL DIE! Marvel's full April solicitations are out, and readers of Tony Stark: Iron Man may find April's issue #11 heartbreaking. Well, unless they are some kind of sociopaths who enjoy seeing beloved characters die. According to the solicit, someone's favorite cast member […]

Penny Dreadful: City of Angels: Showtime Greenlights 1938 L.A.-Set Sequel Series

If you're one of "The Dreadfuls" then you know if there was any series that would find a way to rise from the dead, it was Showtime's Penny Dreadful – and you'd be right! The cable network has given the go-ahead for sequel series Penny Dreadful: City of Angels, from Penny Dreadful creator/writer/executive producer John […]

Kevin Smith at SDCC: He Wasn't Even Supposed to Be Here Today

Kevin Smith is a jewel of the geek community. He is one of the only figures etched in the side of Mount Geekmore that we love as much for who he is as for what he's done. For you see, Kevin is truly one of us. Whereas directors and stars of major superhero franchises lay […]

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Superman Actress Margot Kidder Passes Away at 69

TMZ reported this morning that Margot Kidder, the actress who created the iconic cinematic version of Lois Lane alongside the late Christopher Reeve as Clark Kent/Superman, passed away at her home in Montana today at the age of 69. The news was initially released by representatives from the Franzen-Davis Funeral Home in Livingston, MT. Kidder had been […]

Infinity Gauntlet cover by George Perez

Countdown to Avengers: Infinity War – Looking Back at Infinity Gauntlet

With Avengers: Infinity War looming over us like a decadent and frighteningly expensive éclair I will still doubtlessly eat until my stomach packs up and leaves, it seems as good a time as any and look at the LEGO pieces of Marvel history which make this film and ungainly run-on sentence. The most obvious and […]

2017 TV Countdown #1: Fandom Loses Richard Hatch, Star of Battlestar Galactica

2017 saw far too many individuals leave us from the entertainment industry; they ranged from Jim Nabors to Martin Landau, from Sam Shepard to Nelson Ellis and Bill Paxton. However one in particular who impacted fans from multiple generations was Richard Hatch. News emerged that the stomach pains which impacted him at 2016's Dragon Con […]

Liz Smith Dies At 94

The Grand Dame Of Dish, Gossip Columnist Liz Smith, Dead At 94

Liz Smith, arguably one of the most famous gossip columnists for more than two generations, has passed away at the age of 94. Joni Evans, the literary agent for Smith confirmed her passing of natural causes to the Associated Press. Beginning her career covering the New York social scene for the New York Daily News […]

Good Omens: Amazon Summons Its Beezelbub and (Three) Horsemen

The end of the world is starting to get a little more crowded, with Amazon's Good Omens series having found their demon Beelzebub and three of their Four Horseman. Based on Neil Gaiman's (American Gods) and Terry Pratchett's (Colour of Magic) novel and written by showrunner Gaiman, the six-part adaptation introduces us to angel Aziraphale (Michael […]

Costume Designs By John Mollo

John Mollo, Costume Designer For Star Wars, Alien, Empire Dies At 86

Two-time Academy Award recipient for best costume design, John Mollo, passed away on October 25th at the age of 86 from complications of vascular dementia. John was known for some of cinemas most iconic costumes, including those for Star Wars, Alien, Empire Strikes Back, and Ghandi. He received his Oscars in 1978 for Star Wars, […]

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Knights Of The Golden Sun #1 Review: Doesn't Quite Shine Brightly Enough

Knights of the Golden Sun is Mark London and Mauricio Villarreal's new comic about the Angels (knights) of heaven (the golden sun) fighting Lucifer, Death, and the fallen. That matter-of-fact description is about it, to be fair. This is a narratively confusing first issue, which is why I find hard to recommend anyone pick it […]

Ralphie May Dies At 45

Comedian Ralphie May Dead At 45

TMZ is reporting that stand-up comedian Ralphie May has died from a cardiac arrest at a private residence in Las Vegas. He had been continuing to perform his nightly stand up routine as recently as the evening before his death at Harrah's Resort and Casino, even though he had been fighting against an ongoing case of pneumonia […]

Let's Make A Deal Host Monty Hall Dies At 96

Monty Hall, best known as the host and co-creator of the long-running and award-winning game show Let's Make a Deal, has died at the age of 96, the New York Times is reporting. He had been a fixture in American living rooms for more than two decades as Let's Make A Deal  from 1963 until […]

Harry Dean Stanton, Star of Alien, Escape From New York Dies At 91

TMZ is today reporting that Harry Dean Stanton, the actor who's roles have spanned nearly 200 credits from stage and screen, has died at the age of 91. He died peacefully at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, California. Some of iconic roles included Brett in Alien, Brain in Escape From New York, Bud from Repo […]

Martin Landau, Star Of Space: 1999, North By Northwest Dies At 89

Just hours after learning of the passing of horror genre legend George Romero, TMZ is now reporting that Martin Landau, star of the groundbreaking science fiction series, Space: 1999 and of Ed Wood, Cleopatra, and North by Northwest, has died at the age of 89. They are reporting that he passed away at 1:30 PM PST […]

George R. R. Martin On 2016: Too Much Death

It's been a hard day for fandom as everyone struggles to come to terms with the passing of actress Carrie Fisher as well as author Richard Adams earlier today. The outpouring of sentiments on social media included both eulogies specific to those who passed away today, as well as a general feeling that 2016 has been a […]