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The trailer for a fan's live-action take on "Futurama" has a disturbing quality to it...but it's very accurate.
This fan film remixes a number of elements from Matt Fraction and David Aja's popular run into an original "Hawkeye" adventure.
Every Superman from Christopher Reeve to Henry Cavill pop up in this epic fanmade teaser for a "Crisis on Infinite Earths" film.
A fan made an animated short featuring the Son of Darkseid infiltrating Apokalips and taking on some Parademons and it looks great.
Utilizing footage from a number of movies, this fanmade trailer is nothing short of spectacular.
Fans holding their breath for a peek at Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange will have to keep waiting, but this teaser works some serious magic.
It's probably safe to assume director Zack Snyder's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" will be darker than this animated parody trailer.
Watch Superman, Wonder Woman, Neo, Spider-Man, Hermione Granger and more clash in a no-holds, and no-powers, barred soccer match
When “Super Power Beat Down” first pitted Darth Vader against Batman in a battle aboard the Death Star, some fans weren’t at all pleased with the results.
Epic Rival have debuted a live-action "Naruto Shippuden" short film called "Dance of War" that sees Tenten and Neji put their skills to the test.
Director Richard Reynolds & Waking Dream Studios teamed up to produce a short based in "Hellblazer" continuity -- and hopefully revive the series.
"Spawn: The Recall," a stylish, atmospheric new fan film directed by Michael Paris, blends everyday life with a "dark fantasy story."
Mike Pecci's fan-made Punisher film "The Dead Can't Be Distracted" based on Greg Rucka and Marco Checchetto's run with the character has received a cease-and-desist from Marvel.
Pro filmmakers Ian McFarland and Mike Pecci go fanboy with "The Dead Can't Be Distracted," a fan film based on Greg Rucka and Mike Chechetto's "Punisher" comics. CBR pesents an exclusive debut of the film's teaser.
Aaron Schoenke’s Batman fan film "City of Scars," which was shot over 21 days with a budget of just $27,000, has debuted and SPINOFF ONLINE has the video for ya.