Marvel's characters have received many redesigns over the years. Now, they have been transformed into hipsters, too.
As the MCU continuity is continuously rewritten, TV shows and movies are coming into contact more and more, but there are a few missed opportunities.
After 8 seasons and 171 episode, The Vampire Diaries couldn't possibly get everything right.
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Death Eaters acted as Voldemort's army. They obeyed the Dark Lord's every command. However, there are many things about them that don't add up.
Although Sailor Moon might be the title character of her series, she isn't the strongest (or weakest) character.
After 13 years on air, Supernatural's Sam Winchester is still figuring things out. Here are just a few things about him that don't make sense.
The Lord of the Rings movies didn't focus much on romance. However, some talented artists have created unexpected pairs we wish we'd been able to see.
Fans of old and new cartoons alike are constantly dressing up as characters we don't ordinarily see cosplayed.
Just because these superhero shows wear capes doesn't mean they're immune to bad plot twists.
As the MCU keeps busting its own all-time records and expanding to unforeseeable heights, one thing has remained the same: fan theories.
Many of our favorite sitcoms were almost dramatically different. While some were changed for the better, others weren't.
Darth Vader is arguably the most feared villain in Star Wars. While there are some characters who could take him on, others don't stand a chance.
Once Upon a Time's romance drove the show, but it wasn't always in the right direction.