Month: July 2018

The cast and producers of Syfy and DC Entertainment’s Superman prequel Krypton were at Comic-Co International in San Diego over the weekend where they spoke at the series’ panel and sat down with CBR to discuss the upcoming Season 2. RELATED: Krypton’s Second Season Adds Lobo To the Cast One of the big reveals at
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Marking its long-awaited premiere, the live action film adaptation of Bleach has released a new making-of video focussing on its dynamic fight scenes! Bleach follows the story of not-so-ordinary high school boy Kurosaki Ichigo, who is suddenly confronted by a mysterious Soul Reaper named Rukia and receives her powers to fight evil supernatural creatures known
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Four of Japan’s top anisong stars made their way to the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Jul. 6 to bring anime music to eager US fans at “Japan Super Live”, the second night of Anime Expo’s Anisong World Matsuri! The evening got off to an energetic start with a set from May’n backed by
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We now have confirmation that the leader of Voltron’s Paladins, Shiro, is indeed gay. The news emerges from Comic-Con International in San Diego following the Netflix series’ panel for Voltron: Legendary Defender. In debuting the Season 7 trailer, fans saw Shiro in a sentimental moment with who we now know was his boyfriend, Adam, as
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The CW’s The Flash executive producer Todd Helbing provided some insight on the show’s upcoming 100th episode at Comic-Con International on Saturday, teasing a big twist for fans of the series. “It’s going to be directed by Tom Cavanagh,” Helbing stated, in reference to the actor who has played various incarnations of Harrison Wells on
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Joe and Anthony Russo aren’t at this year’s Comic-Con International in San Diego because of their ongoing work on the upcoming Avengers 4, but that didn’t stop Joe Russo from sharing his excitement about the Russo Brothers’ upcoming Marvel Studios film. “We’re very proud of it,” Russo said. “I think ultimately Avengers 4 may be
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Not one to miss out on the action, Deadpool also had a presence at Comic-Con International this year with a Deadpool 2 panel. Not much was known about what the panel would entail, but we did know it would probably be a good time. Deadpool and his pals took over Hall H for an hour
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Director Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984 won’t be the only movie next year starring the iconic DC heroine. Although there are typically just three DC Universe Movies released each year, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announced Thursday night at Comic-Con International that Wonder Woman: Bloodlines will join a 2019 animated slate that already boasts Reign of
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Go-Bots, the popular franchise based around giant, transforming robots, is set to return in an all-new comic book series, written and drawn by Tom Scioli for IDW Publishing. IDW made the announcement today, in commemoration of the classic toy line’s 35th anniversary. Scioli (Transformers vs. G.I. Joe) will write and draw the five-issue miniseries. Go-Bots
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AMC’s Preacher panel is not for the faint of heart. The series, based on the comic of the same name by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, brought stars Dominic Cooper, Ruth Negga and Joseph Gilgun as well as executive producers Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and Sam Catlin to Comic-Con International in San Diego to discuss
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It’s been confirmed that Voltron: Legendary Defender will end after eight seasons later this year. The news comes with the release of the Season 7 trailer which pits the team against obstacles they’ve never faced before in the wake of the fallen Galra Empire. RELATED: Voltron: Legendary Defender’s 6 Biggest Moments From Season 6 The
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Writer/director James Gunn has been fired from Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 after offensive, years-old comments he made about pedophilia and rape were unearthed by right-wing detractors. “The offensive attitudes and statements discovered on James’ Twitter feed are indefensible and inconsistent with our studio’s values, and we have severed our business relationship with
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For the first time in a while, DC Comics rolled into Comic-Con International in San Diego Friday afternoon with a DC Nation panel. How does DC Nation differ from other presentations by the publisher? “We’re going to get a little silly,” said DC Publisher Dan DiDio who began his introductions of the panel by mentioning
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Six years after the release of Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo., Rebuild of Evangelion has announced that its fourth installment, Evangelion: 3.0+1.0, will premiere sometime in 2020. The news was revealed through surprise teasers that ran in theaters throughout Japan before showings of Hosoda Mamoru’s anime film Mirai of the Future. The specific release
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A stunning wristwatch inspired by the fabled All Blue from One Piece is now available for preorder on PREMICO! First mentioned by the pirate cook Sanji, All Blue is said to be a concentrated spot where all four of the seas meet, supposedly teeming with all the sea creatures in the world. This legend inspired
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Tokyo Otaku Mode has teamed up with MANGA.CLUB to gift its members with a new way to get their daily manga fix! Managed by TORICO, MANGA.CLUB is an online service that grants those living outside of Japan access to multilingual manga hosted with official consent from the authors. It is currently available in 225 countries
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