Bloodborne: The most recent Souls game is brutal, violent and exhilarating

Over the past six years, the series has imprinted itself onto the collective psyche of gamers and industry professionals alike.

When did the Eiffel Tower open to the public? A Google Doodle artist’s ’1889′ salute

French concept artist Floriane Marchix ("Penguins of Madagascar") draws a dance of contrasts to salute Eiffel Tower's 126th anniversary.

The inevitable live-action ‘Mulan’ moves onto Disney’s slate of future moneymakers

Disney is adding "Mulan" to its growing roster of live-action retellings, after the success of "Maleficent" and "Cinderella."

Sketchbook: Counting the days till justice for jailed Post reporter Jason Rezaian

The exact charges against the Post bureau chief are as opaque as the Iranian 'justice' system's approach to his case.

‘Home’ value: How a little purple alien brightens DreamWorks Animation’s big picture

DreamWorks Animation has been awash in red ink. But one film may have just changed its game.

‘Home’ shatters box-office predictions with $54 million to win the weekend

DreamWorks Animation's new hit "Home" nearly doubled early industry predictions.

Indiana’s ‘March’ artist tells of shame, empowerment over ‘religious freedom’ law

Artists and gamers have decried Gov. Pence's "religious freedom vs. gay rights" law. Indiana civil-rights cartoonist Nate Powell has this to say.

TED CRUZ: 10 Eye-Catching Cartoons that skewered his news, Texas BBQ-style

By taking off first in the presidential race, Sen. Ted Cruz endured the first round of "campaign" cartoons aimed at his political hide.

Shock and Draw: Here’s the graphic cartoon U.S. airdropped on ISIS

As anti-ISIS propaganda, here is the graphic cartoon that the U.S. airdropped this month over Syria.

#Hotelpocalypse: When Comic-Con experience comes freighted with reservations

Some 125,000 people over four days? The granddaddy of comic-cons means a digital scamper that stirs stress and schadenfreude.

For generational conflict, Mark Millar relishes exploring the rings of ‘Jupiter’

Scottish superstar writer Mark Millar skewers second-generation entitlement of the wealthy in his "Jupiter" mission.

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