Lea Thompson still wants that new Howard the Duck movie. Matt Reeves talks about the Jekyll and Hyde dichotomy of The Batman. Ducktales’ second season has some very fun guest stars. Plus, what’s to come on Van Helsing and The Gifted, and Rick Remender discusses the upcoming adaptation of Deadly Class. To me, my…
Zendaya talks about those Little Mermaid rumors. The third Kingsman movie could be dropping next year. Matt and Foggy host an uneasy reunion in the first pictures from Daredevil’s third season. Plus, what’s to come on Riverdale, Halloween goes documental, and the world of Instagram teases who’s back for Avengers 4.…
Disney’s Mulan and TNT’s Snowpiercer announce new casting and Robert Downey Jr. is starting to tease more Sherlock. Some rumors in the Marvel world with Deadpool 3 and an unspecified MCU film getting movement. Plus, a surprise appearance by Xena’s Renée O’Connor. Ayayayayaya, spoilers!
Donald Duck has one of the most distinct voices in pop culture. But what if he sounded completely different?
Yet another Stephen King novel is getting the movie treatment. At least one familiar face will not return in Legends of Tomorrow’s next season. Jane Levy teases a major King connection for her Castle Rock character. Plus, Don Cheadle heads to Duckburg, and what’s to come on The 100. To me, my spoilers!
A thing I have said at least three times today to the io9 staff, apropos of nothing: The new DuckTales cartoon is really, really good. Now I have proof, thanks to this preview of the rest of the show’s first season which debuted earlier today at—where else?—Comic-Con.
Out of the whole block of Disney-centric cartoons from the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, TaleSpin, which used a version of Baloo from The Jungle Book as a protagonist, was probably the most distinct. Transposing Disney characters and vibes to a 1930s-style caper about air pirates in a lush tropical setting. It was an…
Even though I’ve never actually watched an episode of DuckTales, I catch myself humming the show’s undeniably catchy tune to myself at least a few times every month. After listening to Lin-Manuel Miranda explain why he loves the theme song, I think I finally understand why.
Disney’s been on a kick of reviving some of its most popular shows, like DuckTales, Bug Juice, and Muppet Babies. Now, one artist is using her work to make the case for Disney’s greatest detective duo: Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers.
DuckTales. Darkwing Duck. Rescue Rangers. Gargoyles. TaleSpin. These are just some of the shows that so many of us watched growing up. And now, those shows and more are coming together for one massive art show.
At San Diego Comic-Con, the brand new DuckTales character of Mark Beaks was described as the “only thing” that Flintheart Glomgold and Scrooge McDuck hated more than each other. And in this clip of his introduction, it’s easy to see why.
Halloween’s about two things: being scared, and being cute as heck while being scared. Okay, well, maybe that’s not quite right, but it’s what I always strive for. And these seasonal short animations definitely agree with me.
This week saw the launch of IDW and Disney’s brand new DuckTales comic, based on the newly-returned—and utterly fantastic—animated series. It’s a great way to squeeze a little extra Duckburg goodness into your week between episodes. But so far, it’s missing some of the elements that’s made the new show so great.
This weekend, after leaving us aching for more with the wonderful TV movie, DuckTales is back—and its bringing its most beloved antagonists back with it in the form of the Beagle family. Now we’ve finally got to hear them and in action, and it’s no surprise with this show that they got some amazing actors to play them.
For their newest DuckTales promo, Disney has tapped into the tragicomic heart of the internet. Beware: The woo-oo looks also into you.
You are going to want to blow up this map of Duckburg, I promise you. There are a lot of fun things hidden here, not just Launchpad McQuack’s plane crashed into the mountain that Scrooge’s McDuck Manor is on.
The rebooted DuckTales has a clear reverence for the original, and there are things for fans to notice and geek out over in much of the footage we’ve already seen. And yet, there are still some Easter eggs out there waiting to be found.
James Wan talks battling Arthur Curry’s poor reputation in Aquaman. Universal is planning an American Werewolf in London reboot. Arrow is looking to add a character with links to Deathstroke. Plus, another teasing look at the Han Solo movie and there’s hope for another series of Hannibal. Spoilers now!
Ever wondered how the DuckTales theme was written? From what succulent word tree all those wonderful woo-hoos were plucked? Turns out the entire process didn’t take very long at all.