Month: May 2018

Vampironica debuted in March of this year from the brother-sister creative team of co-writer Meg Smallwood and artist and co-writer Greg Smallwood. The latest in the Archie Horror line that was birthed by Afterlife with Archie, Vampironica delivers on exactly what the title implies: Veronica Lodge becoming a vampire. The book has also fallen victim
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Amid the news on Wednesday about Conjuring director James Wan’s plans for a Swamp Thing series on the newly christened DC Universe streaming platform comes word that Metropolis will be delayed. Deadline reports the live-action project, ordered straight to series in late January for a planned 2019 premiere, is being placed into redevelopment. RELATED: DC
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When it comes to everyone’s favorite, hellblazin’ demonologist, Legends of Tomorrow might keep some of the mystery alive. In a recent interview, the showrunner of the time-traveling superhero series, Phil Klemmer, revealed that Matt Ryan’s Constantine will not exactly rent a room inside the Waverider. When asked a reader question by TVLine, Klemmer revealed that
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No one taunts, teases and straight-up offends like Wade Wilson, and the marketing for Deadpool 2 has been perfectly aligned with the mouthy mercenary’s core values. Now, IMAX is utilizing these same tactics to convince audiences to see the movie in their large format theaters. The IMAX Twitter account shared a poster for the film,
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WARNING: The following article contains major spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War, in theaters now. Considering the records that Avengers: Infinity War keeps breaking at the box office, its hard to imagine anyone out there hasn’t seen the film yet. So it shouldn’t be a shock to anyone that the film had a relatively high death
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Following the series announce, DC Entertainment unveiled the official logo for its upcoming show Swamp Thing, which will air on the studio’s streaming service DC Universe. The logo finds stone-like text against a green field, with a hand rising up to represent the space between the legs of the letter “A.” It also features the
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DC Comics and Warner Bros. Television are adding a live-action Swamp Thing series to its newly-titled DC Universe streaming service. Aquaman director James Wan will be one of the executive producers for the one-hour drama. DC Universe, which is the official title of the DC streaming service, was revealed earlier today. Swamp Thing was created
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Yet another one of Arrow‘s original cast is set to depart the show this season. Paul Blackthorne, who’s played Quentin Lance since the CW drama debut in 2012, won’t return in the fall for Season 7. His exit follows that of fellow original cast member Willa Holland, who played Thea Queen. RELATED: Tommy Merlyn Returns
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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. isn’t done with Avengers: Infinity War just yet. Adrian Pasdar, who plays Glenn “Graviton” Talbot, revealed that S.H.I.E.L.D. will continue to refer to the film as the show winds up for its Season 5 finale. “Yeah, we do have stuff in the background periodically that references and ties into whats going on
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WARNING: The following article contains major spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War, in theaters now. CLICK HERE FOR CBR’S FULL AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR COVERAGE In celebration of Avengers: Infinity War‘s theatrical debut, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige surprised a theater full of moviegoers at ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood with special guests Joe and Anthony Russo, Benedict
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Studio 3Hz and Actas’ anime series Princess Principal is set to continue with a six-part film series that will premiere in 2019! The announcement was made at “Princess Principal STAGE OF MISSION,” a live event that took place on Apr. 29 at the Maihama Amphitheater in Urayasu, Japan. A new visual also accompanied said announcement.
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Before The Simpsons breaks Gunsmoke‘s record for the most episodes of a scripted, primetime television series on Sunday, creator Matt Groening discussed the recent debate over longtime Springfield resident Apu Nahasapeemapetilon and issues of Indian-American representation. When asked if he had any thoughts regarding Apu as a cultural stereotype, Groening admitted he didn’t have many
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Every teenager believes that a poor test score or an argument with a classmate is the end of the world, but for the kids of King’s Dominion School of the Deadly Arts — the central locale of writer Rick Remender and artist Wes Craig’s creator-owned Image Comics series Deadly Class, those situations really are life
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FX has expanded the second season of Legion with the addition of an 11th episode. The season will now end on June 12 with “Chapter 19,” written by series creator Noah Hawley and directed by Keith Gordon (Fargo, Homeland). The announcement arrives ahead of tonight’s episode, “Chapter 13,” with brings the season to the midway
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It looks like Marvel’s favorite web-spinner will sport some new duds in the near future. At least, that’s what happens in CBR’s exclusive first look at Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #304 OK, so it’s probably not going to replace the familiar red and blue webs, nor will it step in for the soon-to-be-returning black
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Chip Zdarsky’s run on Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man has introduced Peter’s potential sister, former S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Teresa Durand. We use the word “potential” because the evidence of Teresa really being Peter’s sister continues to shift, starting with her introduction in the Marvel original graphic novel Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business. Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man
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The Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle — colloquially known as MoPOP — launched an extensive new exhibit, “Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes,” late last month. The two-level show hosts some of the rarest comics in the world alongside some of Marvel Cinematic Universe’s coolest costumes. The grand opening was attended by a number of
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With April over, everyone’s already settled into school and work and it’s time to get down to business. If you’re already dreaming of what it’d like to have a cooler workplace, then why not try imagining an anime boss? If you’re curious about how the female edition went, you can check it out here, but
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Anime series Shirobako is set to receive an new animated movie! Shirobako follows five girls chasing their dream of creating an anime in various roles, including animating, voice acting, writing and producing 3D computer graphics. The original anime aired from Oct. 2014 to Mar. 2015. A visual of protagonist Miyamori Aoi, a first-year production assistant
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