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Dawn of X connecting variant Credit: Mark Bagley (Marvel Comics) X-Men group editor Jordan D. White says that a “Dawn of X” crossover is in the works – with big plans for Marvel’s mutants coming in December. “We’ve announced a couple of new books, and we have a few more to announce yet,” White told Marvel.com. “We’ve
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After lying dormant for the last 17 years, the Bad Boys franchise is heading back to theaters for another action-filled outing. The existence of this movie may be surprising to some, as the first two installments never lit the box office on fire, and the world has mostly grown out of the adolescent style of
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Check out a preview of this week’s Vampirella/Red Sonja #5. Vampirella/Red Sonja #5writer: Jordie Bellaire  |  artist:  Drew Mosscovers: Julian Totino Tedesco (A), Babs Tarr (B), Ben Oliver (C), Leonardo Romero & Jordie Bellaire (D), Shannon Kingston Cosplay Cover (E), Drew Moss “Then and Now” Variant (F), Drew Moss “Then and Now” Variant (RI-B/W)FC  | 
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Tonight marks an epic and bittersweet occasion for DCTV fans, as The CW‘s “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover officially comes to a close. The epic event provided viewers with more twists and turns than a roller coaster, as wells as a litany of cameos and unexpected team-ups. If you didn’t get to catch the event
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Credit: Babs Tarr (Image Comics) Credit: Image Comics Over the past few years, several Image Comics creators have hit ‘pause’ on their creator-owned titles with the publisher, and announced plans to switch to an OGN-only format. Motor Crush, Moonstruck, and Crowded have all announced the change, and it’s not just at Image: Kurt Busiek’s long-running
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Credit: Marvel Studios Walt Disney Studios released a preview of their complete 2020 film slate Tuesday morning, and included is a new, expanded synopsis of November’s Eternals that ties the events of the film directly to Avengers: Endgame and also indicates it is culling plot elements from Neil Gaiman’s 2008 limited series. Here’s the new,
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It didn’t take long for Netflix to realize that it had a hit on its hands with the Penn Badgley-starring thriller series, You. Netflix acquired the series after Lifetime had aired the entire first season, and subsequently announced that a second installment was in the works on the streaming service. Season 2 of You debuted
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The streaming lineup on Disney+ was already great when it launched back in November, including recent blockbusters like Avengers: Endgame and Captain Marvel. In the months since, Disney has added even more major titles to the roster, with even more set to arrive in the coming months. Guy Ritchie’s live-action Aladdin remake just joined the
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One of the biggest debates among movie fans in 2019 centered around Martin Scorsese‘s comments about superhero movies and, while Avengers: Endgame might have become the highest-grossing movie of all time, Scorsese secured himself more nominations at the Academy Awards for The Irishman than the Marvel Cinematic Universe earned. While there’s no objective measurement of
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Credit: Raina Telgemeier (Graphix) Credit: Jillian Tamaki (First Second) A Florida-based conversative group is asking state’s Attorney General to deem certain books – including several notable graphic novels – as pornography and prosecute public schools that allow students to have that material, according to Tampa Bay Times. The Florida Citizens Alliance has shared a list
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Credit: Sony Pictures Valiant Entertainment announced via Twitter (see below) that the second trailer for Vin Diesel’s Bloodshot will release Tuesday, January 14.  Perhaps the second trailer will be accompanied by the film’s first official poster as well? The Sony Pictures release is scheduled for a March 13 debut. Here’s how the studio describes the
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The Incredible Hulk star Lou Ferrigno is “not very impressed” with the way Disney-owned Marvel Studios is shaping the Hulk, depicted in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a CGI creation brought to life by actor Mark Ruffalo. The former professional bodybuilder, who played the green super-powered alter-ego of Bill Bixby’s Dr. David Banner in the
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Credit: Paramount Pictures Contrary to previous statements from producers, Paramount’s upcoming Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins will be a reboot of the film franchise according to lead actor Henry Golding. (Yes, that’s an expanded title as the studio previously dubbed it simply Snake Eyes.) “It’s unlike anything people will have seen. We’re really starting a
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The CW has released official photos for “The Book of Markovia: Chapter One: Blessings and Curses Reborn,” the upcoming January 20th episode of Black Lightning. The episode marks the show’s return following the midseason break, but it also marks the first episode of the series following the network’s DC TV crossover event “Crisis on Infinite
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Credit: Leinil Francis Yu (Marvel Comics) Marvel have raised the price and page count of February 26’s X-Men #7. The issue, by series writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Leinil Francis Yu, has grown from 32 to 40 pages, and $3.99 to $4.99 in price. The publisher previously pushed this title back one week on its
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Sony’s Universe of Marvel Characters might be more connected with the Marvel Cinematic Universe than one thinks. New reports have started circulating online Sony’s Morbius will feature the likeness of Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man. ComicBook.com has since learned the Spider-Man mentions may come in the form of wanted posters plastered around New York City. Should the
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Credit: Comic-Con International: San Diego Press Release Comic-Con International (Comic-Con), the largest comic book and popular arts event of its kind in the world, has announced that submissions are being accepted for consideration by the judges for the 2020 Will Eisner Comics Industry Awards.    The tentative categories include best short story, best single issue/one-shot, best
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Chucky is back… again! Less than a year after the film featuring Star Wars‘ Mark Hamill as the voice of horror’s most famous doll, Syfy has ordered a straight-to-series show based on the main character of Child’s Play. Variety broke the story earlier today, saying “the news comes just under a year after Syfy first
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