Month: September 2017

The first two episodes of Marvel’s Inhumans are now available for viewing in select IMAX theaters, but those interested in the Royal Family’s adventures can now check out a taste of the show for free thanks to a new clip. The scene shows an exchange between two of the series’ leading characters: Anson Mount’s Black
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When Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s Locke & Key finally makes the jump from comics to the small screen, the series will also serve as an It reunion of sorts. According to Deadline, It director Andy Muschietti — who was brought in to helm the project after Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson departed the project
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Ever since taking over Disney’s upcoming Han Solo film midway through production, director Ron Howard has not been shy about providing glimpses of the highly-anticipated spinoff. On his Twitter, the filmmaker uploaded a gritty behind-the-scenes look at the film, but his specific word choice may tell fans more about the movie’s tone. RELATED: Han Solo:
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Tired of walking around? Hungry, thirsty, or aching for a sweet treat? The cafés on this list are sure to please! Character cafés are great for buying limited-edition goods and snapping Instagram-worthy food pics. With locations in Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Osaka, and Kyoto, these character cafés are within walking distance of other popular tourist areas
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Brigitte Findakly and her husband Lewis Trondheim have been collaborating on comics for decades. Trondheim, co-founder of the French comics publisher L’Association, has created international hits such as Dungeon, Little Nothings, Kaput & Zosky and more. Throughout Trondheim’s award-winning career, Findakly has been the primary colorist of his comics, abetting his artwork and stories. In
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The upcoming movie adaptation It, a reboot of Stephen King’s horror novel, arrives in theaters later this week, so the film’s cast is understandably hitting the press circuit. Pennywise actor Bill Skarsgård is among those discussing the film, and in a recent interview, he opened up about the plans for the movie’s sequel. Specifically, Skarsgård
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The countdown to the November release date of Doomsday Clock #1 has officially started. DC Comics has announced that the event’s creative team of writer/DC Entertainment Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank will take the main stage at this year’s New York Comic Con for a Doomsday Clock panel on Friday, Oct.
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Tokyo Otaku Mode Projects has created a Japanese styled light shade that is aesthetically pleasing and sure to brighten your day! The light shade features Sae Kobayakawa and Syuko Shiomi of the famous mobile game THE IDOLM@STER: Cinderella Girls. Sae and Syuko are Kyoto-based girls who make up the idol unit Hagoromo Komachi. Besides being
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The second season of the Love Live! Sunshine!! anime is set to begin broadcasts on various channels from Oct. 7. Ahead of the main season beginning, there will also be an anime special, Love Live! Sunshine!! TV Anime Season Two Broadcast Special – Watashitachi, Kagayakitai!! hitting the airwaves on Sept. 30. Love Live! Sunshine Season
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The war for galactic freedom in the latest Star Wars trilogy has brought together some of the greatest minds that particular fictional universe has to offer. So, it’s no surprise that, as the trilogy marches on, the technology of war will change. That’s the case for Poe Dameron’s X-Wing, at least. Empire has revealed a
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Porgs are the latest, adorable addition to the Star Wars universe, and they haven’t even debuted in one of the franchise’s films yet. The tiny, big-eyed creatures – a cross between a penguin and a furry woodland mammal – are slated to appear in this year’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi. A new animated short
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Green Arrow’s quest to hunt down the Ninth Circle across America continues, and this leg of the hunt gets a lot more vertical! Oliver bravely and boldly teams up with Hal Jordan, the Green Lantern, and enlists his aid to reach a Ninth Circle orbital space station that’s up to no good. It’s the Green
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Comic Book Questions Answered – where I answer whatever questions you folks might have about comic books (feel free to e-mail questions to me at brianc@cbr.com). Reader Manny S. wrote in to ask if me if it was really true that Deadpool once killed a guy over liking the Star Wars prequels. The answer, Manny
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TV URBAN LEGEND: A 1997 episode of Suddenly Susan predicted Donald Trump’s presidential candidacy. One of the things that people are seemingly constantly interested in is the idea of popular culture making predictions about future events. We’ve covered a number of these legends over the years. Even when they are “true,” they’re true only in
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Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters is set for release in Japanese cinemas this November and to mark the occasion the guys at Sanrio have created cute illustrations of your favorite characters alongside Godzilla himself! First, Godzilla greets the world alongside Hello Kitty, with one of those iconic red bows for himself! Little Twin Stars are
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Warner Bros. and DC Films’ Wonder Woman hit another milestone this weekend, passing Disney and Marvel Studios’ Captain America: Civil War at the domestic box office. RELATED: Patty Jenkins Promises a ‘Full-Blown Wonder Woman’ in Sequel Over the course of Labor Day Weekend, Wonder Woman earned almost $450,000, bringing its domestic total to approximately $408.9
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DC Films and LEGO have previously worked together to bring audiences different mash-ups between the two brands, such as the LEGO Batman Movie and film tie-in sets. Now, the “Unite the League” poster that appeared in April for the upcoming film Justice League film has been officially LEGO-ized. RELATED: Justice League: Character Posters Offer a
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Justifiably, legions of fans associate Batman: The Animated Series’ maniacal Joker with the iconic voice of Mark Hamill. Due to his landmark work on the series, Hamill became revered for his performance as the Clown Prince of Crime, which he would go on to bring to life in several other animated features and video games.
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Return to the real-life days of the wild, wild West where the living wasn’t so easy… especially for women. Martha Jane Cannary was a bona fide frontierswoman, a professional scout, a drunk, and sometime whore, doing whatever it took to stay alive in the hardscrabble days of American expansion. Writer Christian Perrissin (El Niño, Cape
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Welcome to Comic Book Legends Revealed! This is the six hundred and forty-third week where we examine comic book legends and whether they are true or false. Click here for Part 1 of this week’s legends. COMIC LEGEND: Marvel almost released the “Child’s Play” story without Comics Code approval, but editor Denny O’Neil objected. STATUS:
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Courtesy of Kotobukiya, DC Comics’ Girl of Steel is getting a glorious 1/7-scale Bishoujo statue, set to hit shelves early next year. RELATED: Emperor Palpatine Kotobukiya Statue Will Feed Your Anger. The latest Bishoujo Supergirl statue features a very different take on the character than her last Bishoujo statute, which was released seven years ago.
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Early projections (via Deadline) suggest Marvel Television and ABC Studios’ Inhumans will be a disappointment at the box office as the feature-length pilot makes its debut on IMAX screens this Labour Day Weekend. The Marvel TV effort is opening up in the third week of Hitman’s Bodyguard’s run at the box office, and still won’t
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Paul Bettany, the actor who portrays the Vision in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has finally opened up a little about his character’s relationship with Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch in the next Avengers epic, Infinity War, teasing an “exciting” development in the duo’s dynamic. RELATED: Avengers: Infinity War Adds Another Black Panther Character One of the
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The most recent Force Friday brought some big toy reveals from Hasbro and LEGO, but it seems that Sphero — which makes remote-controlled astromech droids — has provided fans their first look at the Supremacy, Supreme Leader Snoke’s Mega-class Star Destroyer, through the companion app for its BB-9E droid. RELATED: LEGO Reveals New Star Wars:
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Welcome to Comic Book Legends Revealed! This is the six hundred and forty-third week where we examine comic book legends and whether they are true or false. As we’ve been doing it for some time now, one legend today, one tomorrow and one Sunday. Let’s begin! COMIC LEGEND: Starfire was originally going to be black
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Welcome to Line it is Drawn, our weekly gallery of amazing art by our great collection of artistic talent, all working from your suggestions! So every week, I ask a question here. You reply to it on the CSBG Twitter page (just write @csbg with your reply), our artists will each pick one of your
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