As the fall television season finally gets underway, we pause for a moment to ponder the loss of shows that were cancelled/ended before their time. Meanwhile, other shows continue without a second glance, that may (or may not) have passed their freshness date. Which brings us to this week’s Major Spoilers Poll of the Week. Spoilerite Garret asks the all important animated question; Simpsons or Futurama? VOTE!
We know Grant Morrison is in the comic industry, but did you know he is also IN comics? Take the jump to see!
Ever wonder how much it would cost to live in Springfield? Fat Wallet breaks down the cost of living if the fictional Simpsons town were located in various states around the country.
We’ve seen a lot of hype surrounding the upcoming LEGO Dimensions video game. Warner Bros. Interactive continues to release more properties tied to the game, and in the latest video, we get to see more of the LEGO Multiverse.
Free Comic Book Day is coming May 2, 2015, and we will be able to get our hands on 50 free comics! FREE COMICS! Twelve of those comics will come from Gold Sponsors, and we have your first look at the covers, companies, and titles that are being offered up.
Well it happened, The Simpsons and Family Guy finally crossed over. The Griffins end up in Springfield while on a road trip and meet the Simpsons. Did you watch the episode? Were you shocked by events? Did you laugh yourself until you wet yourself? Or did you hope and pray that by some miracle that the hours spent watching the show would return to you in some way? Use the comment section below and share your thoughts on this event.
Thanks to the Internet, all of the people who aren’t able to go to Cmic Con still have a chance to see the clips and trailers that are shown during panels. Just like this five minutes video of The Simpsons/Family Guy crossover!
Lego announce Monday they will be releasing a full line of Simpsons Lego sets. Based on the classic show, one can only expect such things as their house, the car, the power plan, Moe’s Tavern, Quik-E-Mart, and many others. Actually, Simpsons is rather rife with content for Lego, this could make for a huge line. Unfortunately not even concept art has been released yet, all we know now is that the line will be limited to start and may expand based on customer reaction. At this point the only release information is sometime in 2014.