Running around a galactic ringworld stabbing, shooting and melting your mortal enemy all day can get a little dull. To mix it up, these two space jocks pair off at some sporting contests of a more ... gentler nature. Game on!
Wanna see how Batman would've kicked butt as a 1930 hero in Shanghai? If so, you're in luck—thanks to this anime-esque online short.
It's one of sci-fi's great catchphrases. Lower your voice to a growl, look stern and tell the world your true identity. And in case you were wondering how often you can hear it in movies and TV, someone's put together a supercut of everyone from Lady Gaga to Abed from Community claiming they're the Caped Crusader.
There are few things cooler in the world of superheroes than watching Batman leap from a Gotham skyscraper and use his cape to glide safely to the ground, but though Christopher Nolan made it look badass in Batman Begins, a group of physics students think it would go a bit differently in real life. How different? Dead Batman different.
Every fall we like to salute the very best in sci-fi pumpkin carving, but jack-o-lanterns aren't the only game in town. Summer means watermelons, and watermelons mean another canvas for knife-wielding geeks to go to town on.
Lose a loved one in the real world and all you end up with is misery and heartache. But lose a loved one in sci-fi movies, comics, or TV, and you might just end up a hero. Check out the third episode of our new digital series, BlastrTV, in which we take a look at the tragic origins of seven classic sci-fi characters.
It's that time of year again! The San Diego Comic-Con pre-show announcements have amped up the excitement to a fever pitch. The big show is early this year, July 11 to 15th, so the exclusive collectibles that can be bought at the show or pre-ordered through the show are being unveiled daily.
We're still pumped from the news that Warner Bros. is finally working on a big-screen Justice League adventure. The flick's likely still a few years off, but it turns out we'll probably see a Batman and Superman movie team-up even sooner. Where?
When The Dark Knight Rises finally soars into theaters on July 20, 2012 it'll be the final crowning achievement in director Christopher Nolan's trilogy of Bat-films. Although the director has often stated TDKR would be his final Batman film, let's admit that we've all held out hope that he would return for more.
The face off between Bane (Tom Hardy) and Batman (Christian Bale) looks epic, and the latest trailer for The Dark Knight Rises shows off more of the fight. And it looks awesome.