A comic-book blogger gets a super-powered takedown notice from Marvel Comics' legal department.
Tony Soprano becomes Hizzoner, plus HBO green-lights a pilot based on the lives of pricey Manhattan call girls.
Vulture looks back on the week that was, addition-subtraction style.
Plus new tracks from Three 6 Mafia, Kevin Barnes, and a Portishead remix!
Damon Lindelof, you're killing us with these sad episodes! And apparently, you're also intent on killing Michael.
The British rock legend on her new movie, her own worst job experiences, and that most dreaded of sex-worker afflictions, “Penis Elbow.”
We're grateful that the NYC-based private-detective series is getting a three-DVD issuing, giving kids a chance to soak up creator Steve Purcell's wordy impudence, along with his crazy imagination.
In a move clearly intended to assuage fans who might otherwise riot at Drillbit Taylor's lack of fresh sausage, Apatow reveals in an interview that the next film from the Apatow Comedy-Industrial Complex will pack heat.
Today on the Comics Page, we're proud to present an excerpt from Paul Goes Fishing, fourth in Michel Rabagliati's autobiographical series of graphic novels.
For the first time, a character suggests a future in which Michael Cera isn't playing high schoolers into his forties.
We listened to every Bruce Willis and the Accelerators album and, sadly, none of them made our list.
Last night on American Idol, the contestants took another swing at the Beatles songbook and front-runner David Archuleta got his groove back.
Cera will play Bryan Lee O'Malley's lovable comic-book slacker; Geena Davis returns to TV; and Suzan Lori-Parks will direct Fences on Broadway.
Plus: Vampire Weekend!
Obama's looking for a new foreign-policy adviser, and he could do far worse than Columbia's superstar economist, that rare critic of the Bush administration and the global power structure who deigns to offer actual solutions.
Totally batshit Catalan architect Antonio Gaudí created some of the nuttiest cathedrals, casas, and lampposts this side of Alice’s Wonderland.
You want your kids to believe in happy endings, but you don’t want them waiting around for Prince Charming.
Plus: Omar Rodriguez-Lopez!
Plus: Cloverfield way down at the box office!
Recorded in just five days, with only one original track, and based on a concept hatched by Barry Manilow, this Nashville refugee’s latest sounds like a stopgap at best — until you actually listen to it.
Art sort of becomes artist here, but we can't help being reminded of that freaky YouTube video that's been circulating lately of the unfortunate Indonesian man turning into a tree.
In his penetrating book Gang Leader for a Day, the Columbia prof recounts his time infiltrating and, yes, overseeing, for one day, Chicago's gangbangers.
The story of Brian, who is born in the manger next to Jesus Christ, isn’t even blasphemous!
Plus: Aziz Ansari!