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ThunderCat Stuck In A Tree

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Posted June 13, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

You didn't need the Sword of Omens to tell what happens when a ThunderCat is "on the loose" near an extremely climbable tree in a park full of dogs.

Poor Lion-O is stuck and yet too proud to descend in the arms of firemen. So, what's his solution? Nothing.

Say what you will about He-Man's questionable fashion choices and friend-zone relationship with the gorgeous Teela, but at least he knows how to get down from a tree.

All That Stuff Together?! No Way!

Worlds are indeed colliding at this place.

What evil genius would ever have thought to put comics, role-playing games, and anime into a one-stop shop? It's unprecedented! Unheard of! Unfathomable!

Which crazy, random hobby is next on the menu? Action figures?

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Batman & Batman Live!, Photos

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Posted June 12, 2012 - By Eugene Morton

Batman & Batman Live!, Photos

As if having a major motion picture on the horizon with The Dark Knight Rises wasn't enough, Batman, or rather the Batmen had to go and reclaim TV for their own as well. Of course, it's the first time The Bats have ever tried to dominate the talk show scene, but if you can kick the butt of The Joker, The Scarecrow and Bane, you can do anything, we guess. Then again, much more suited hosts than them have vanished from the television landscape, so you'd better get an eyeful of the most dynamic duo via our behind-the-scenes Batman & Batman Live! pics while you can!

Batman Blows His Cover

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Posted June 12, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Warning: Bad Language.

As we gear up for The Dark Knight Rises, it seems that Batman's most crucial secret may not have been much of a secret.

Set during Batman Begins, this video proves what we kind of suspected all along; that everyone knows Batman's secret identity as Bruce Wayne and that they've been simply humoring him so that his fragile ego remains intact enough to fight crime.

You see? The people of Gotham might not be stupid, after all.

Fresh Ink Online: Joe Lynch Reviews Witchdoctor, Preacher »


Horror movie director and actor Joe Lynch (Fearnet’s Holliston, Wrong Turn 2, the upcoming Knights of Badassdom) joins ol’ pal Blair Butler for a gore-tastic Fresh Ink Online filled with new stuff and classics! Among the tomes unearthed here are Preacher, ’68, Witchdoctor, She Died In Terrebonne, Officer Downe, and Batman: Court of the Owls Vol. 1. Every one dripping with blood, kiddies!

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How To "Take On Me"

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Posted June 11, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

How To

At long last, decades after a groundbreaking music video led us to believe that hunky comic sketches pop out of panels to romance lonely women while being chased by pipe wrench guys, it seems there is finally a way to take A-ha up on their big hit's titular offer.

You won't even need to travel to their home of Norway, or the sketch universe, for that matter.

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Justice League Spinoff Blitz On Tap At Warner

It seems like Warner Bros is about to unleash a major barrage of DC Comic superheroes onto the big screen, most of which will be under the tent-pole of the proposed Justice League film that is once again apparently back on the table.

Projects like Justice League, to be penned by Castle and Gangster Squad writer, Will Beall and a Wonder Woman solo film penned by Green Lantern co-writer, Michael Goldenberg are the latest on tap. They now join titles previously known to be in development like The Flash, Aquaman, Green Arrow, Lobo, The Suicide Squad, and Shazam.

The studio has attempted numerous times to make a live-action Justice League film into a reality, but have always run into roadblocks such as the Writers Guild strike of 2007, or the underwhelming performance of last year's Green Lantern. However, the whole thing about Marvel's The Avengers raking-in what is at this point, nearly one and half BILLION dollars might have been the catalyst to get things moving when it comes to an array of superhero films with a connected universe.

Is this a smart move? Or is Warner about to spoil the party?

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Superman Graduation Prank

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Posted June 8, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Sure, you could just walk down the aisle, press some flesh, and move your tassel to the other side of your cap.

Or, you can fly down down aisle, use x-ray vision to catch some flesh, and move the Earth to the other side of your cape.

The choice is perfectly obvious.

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Captain America 2 Gets Directing Duo

The upcoming sequel to Captain America: The First Avenger now has its director...well, directors. The brother duo of Joe Russo and Anthony Russo have been tasked with Cap's second solo outing after the character's mega-successful outing in the destructive tour de force that was The Avengers.

The brothers Russo, who only bring a head-scratching resume of work on TV comedies like Community, Happy Endings, and Arrested Development were actually named as candidates for the job a few months ago. However, their chances were seemingly dismissed by speculators, with George Nolfi and F. Gary Gray looking to be the more likely choices among the list.

Nevertheless, the Russos obviously must have something special that they're bringing to the table in regards to the script. The brothers will now replace Joe Johnston as helmer in a film that will likely focus on the unfrozen hero's adjustment to modern times and bring us another one of his famous comic book nemeses.

Captain America 2 is set to toss its shield at theater audiences on April 4, 2014.

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Spider-Man Marriage Proposal

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Posted June 7, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Sure, you could take her to a fancy restaurant and hide the ring in the dessert, risking 90% of your disposable income going down to her stomach. Or, you can do what Spidey would do: Save her from some dastardly stuffed-animal thieves to the roar of a crowd, putting her on the spot with a public stunt that makes it virtually impossible to say "no."

Looks like more than Spider-Senses will be tingling tonight.

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