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Big Finish Will Celebrate 20 Years of Doctor Who Audio Dramas With a 20-Hour YouTube Marathon Big Finish Will Celebrate 20 Years of Doctor Who Audio Dramas With a 20-Hour YouTube Marathon

If you’re missing Doctor Who on the small screen, your ears are about to get an aural workout.

The Mouse Guard Movie Is Officially Dead, But This Demo Reel Shows What Could've Been

Remember when there were reports that Disney had scrapped Fox’s planned adaptation of Mouse Guard, but there was still hope it could find a home somewhere else? Those hopes are now gone. But with the project’s death, we also have a chance to see what could’ve been.

Magic: The Gathering's Comic-Con Exclusive Brings Forth Gods, Dragons, and Dragon Gods Magic: The Gathering's Comic-Con Exclusive Brings Forth Gods, Dragons, and Dragon Gods

I mean, it’d be rude not to invite them to San Diego, honestly.

Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Adds Sigourney Weaver, Lena Headey, and More Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Adds Sigourney Weaver, Lena Headey, and More

The world of Thraa just got a little more starstruck.

Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers' New Writer Breaks Down the Big Twists of Today's Major Issue Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers' New Writer Breaks Down the Big Twists of Today's Major Issue

A new era has begun for the world’s most morphinominal heroes. Not just because the series has a new creative team in Shattered Grid’s Ryan Parrott and Daniele Di Nicuolo, but because after some time away, the original Power Rangers are back. And things have changed in some huge ways, both expected and unexpected for…

Updates From Bond 25, Swamp Thing, and More Updates From Bond 25, Swamp Thing, and More

Zachary Levi could be returning to the realm of spy-fi. LeBron James confirms production has begun on Space Jam 2. The Penny Dreadful spinoff City of Angels sets a bunch of new cast members. Plus, on set with the new Bond movie, what’s to come on Swamp Thing and iZombie, and Emily St. John Mandel’s Station Eleven…

Lego's New Avengers: Endgame Set Brings a Helicopter to an Infinity Gauntlet Fight Lego's New Avengers: Endgame Set Brings a Helicopter to an Infinity Gauntlet Fight

Lego always brings a shiny new set to reveal at San Diego Comic-Con that’ll eventually be something we can all get our hands on—perhaps to mollify those of us unable to snag one of those cool Captain Marvel and Batman exclusives the company’s got at the convention this year. This time around, io9 is happy to…

When Being Attacked By Giant Monsters Becomes Everyday Life

If you lived in an episode of a tokusatsu show or a Godzilla movie, at some point you’d probably be as used to the sight of size-changing superheroes doing battle with towering kaiju just like the citizens in this charming little short.

The Conflicted Legacy of the Marvel Netflix Experiment The Conflicted Legacy of the Marvel Netflix Experiment

With the release of Jessica Jones’ third and final season, a TV experiment four years in the making is over. Whether laid low by Disney’s own streaming plans or because simply it began to be more trouble than it was worth to Netflix, its legacy is now etched in stone: chasing a comic book weirdness that it had once…

Here's What's in the Avengers: Endgame Re-Release, Hitting Theaters This Friday Here's What's in the Avengers: Endgame Re-Release, Hitting Theaters This Friday

It’s not much, but it’s probably going to be more than enough for Marvel Studios to swipe Avatar’s box office record.

New Set Pictures From the Black Widow Movie Tease a Familiar Face From Nat's Past New Set Pictures From the Black Widow Movie Tease a Familiar Face From Nat's Past

George Clooney will direct an adaptation of Lily Brooks-Dalton’s post-apocalyptic thriller Good Morning, Midnight. James Wan hypes up his horror-tinged Aquaman spinoff, The Trench. Plus, David meets Professor X in new footage from Legion, Deadly Class is officially dead, and Danny Boyle has an idea for a new 28 Days…

Do Not Read This Evangelion Blog. Just Watch Evangelion. Do Not Read This Evangelion Blog. Just Watch Evangelion.

This past weekend, Netflix finally did something anime fans have been waiting years for: The seminal mecha series Neon Genesis Evangelion was made available for streaming for the first time ever. You might have seen all the fuss and been intrigued. You might have started watching and want to know what to think about…

Looks Like the Next Star Trek: Short Treks Series Will Bring Back Some Familiar Faces Looks Like the Next Star Trek: Short Treks Series Will Bring Back Some Familiar Faces

Star Trek: Discovery’s third season is leaving the prequel era of pre-Trek behind for a bold new future—which meant bidding a bittersweet farewell to its take on Spock and the Enterprise crew at the end of season two. But good news: At least some of the gang is seemingly returning soon.

Toy Story 4 Bested at Chinese Box Office by...Spirited Away? Toy Story 4 Bested at Chinese Box Office by...Spirited Away?

Sorry, Woody. Not even one of the most delightful existential crises of the year (so far) can compare with the might of a Miyazaki classic.

Sony Still Has Plans for Silver Sable and the Black Cat Sony Still Has Plans for Silver Sable and the Black Cat

Also, in the least surprising news, Tom Hardy will be back for Venom 2. The remake of The Craft has found a member of its coven. Josh Gad continues to deny his involvement in The Batman. Space Jam 2 rustles up some top basketball talent. Plus, what’s to come on Fear the Walking Dead, and Brahms: The Boy II becomes a…

The Seventh Doctor Embarks on a Foreboding Journey in This Exclusive Excerpt From the Next Doctor Who Audio Drama The Seventh Doctor Embarks on a Foreboding Journey in This Exclusive Excerpt From the Next Doctor Who Audio Drama

The Seventh Doctor was a mastermind of fiendishly clever plans that really pushed not just the Doctor’s famous intelligence to its limits, but often involved his infamous dark side, too. And in his next audio adventure, he’s going to need all the fiendish cleverness he can muster—and perhaps even just some…

Watch Boba Fett Straight Up Murder Someone in This Animated Short

I mean...gotta do some disintegrating to earn that “no disintegrations” warning, right?

Batman's Traumatic History With City Streets to Be Rewarded With Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Batman's Traumatic History With City Streets to Be Rewarded With Hollywood Walk of Fame Star

I’m sure Bruce would have no PTSD-induced freakouts about this at all.

Comic-Con Is Nearly Here, and It's Bringing the Most Exclusive Toys of the Week With It Comic-Con Is Nearly Here, and It's Bringing the Most Exclusive Toys of the Week With It

Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's regular roundup of the latest in rad merchandise that’s draining our wallets. And this week, it’s even worse. We might be a month away from San Diego Comic-Con, but that just means it’s time for companies to tease us with the cool things that we can’t get without going...and still …

Aggretsuko's Second Season Adds Nuance to Its Relatable Rage Aggretsuko's Second Season Adds Nuance to Its Relatable Rage

The over the top fury with which antsy office worker Retsuko screeches her true feelings is what makes Aggretsuko so much fun to watch—her struggles are ones we all know, ones we too wish we could vent through some cathartic karaoke. But just like its protagonist, the show’s sophomore season grows up a little by not…

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