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Tee “Vixen” Franklin’s Bingo Love hit the jackpot last March, when her Kickstarter to fund the graphic novel blew past its $19,999 goal in just five days and went on to raise a total of $57,148 — with help from such well known creators as Gail Simone, Scott Snyder, Steve Orlando, Kelly Sue DeConnick and
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Human Target star Mark Valley will play a central role in The Flash‘s midseason premiere “The Trial of The Flash.” RELATED: Joe West Crosses a Major Line in The Trial of The Flash New images from the Jan. 16 episode reveal that the actor will play Anton Slater, the district attorney who in the classic
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SPOILER WARNING: This article contains major spoilers for “My Struggle III,” the premiere of X-Files Season 11. The X-Files‘ eleventh season premiere, “My Struggle III,” began with a twist but ended with an even bigger potential game-changer for FBI Agent Dana Scully, played by Gillian Anderson. When last we left Scully, she was caught up
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Marvel Studios artist Ryan Meinerding has shared his concept art for Thor: Ragnarok’s Valkyrie on his Instagram. Meinerding, who has provided art for nearly every MCU film, got the first chance to design the character. RELATED: Thor: Ragnarok Artists’ Early Concepts Gave Valkyrie Mace-Fists As Brunhilde, last of the elite Asgardian Valkyries, Tessa Thompson was
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After a massive shoot, the cast of Avengers 4 is beginning to wrap production on the as-yet-untitled feature, with Hawkeye actor Jeremy Renner confirming he is the latest actor to have finished filming. Taking to Instagram earlier today, Renner announced he’d wrapped filming on Avengers 4. In the video, Renner tells fans that it isn’t
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Rosario Dawson is set to return as Claire Temple in the upcoming seasons of Daredevil and Iron Fist. Discussing Film reports that Dawson’s character will appear in both Daredevil Season 3 and Iron Fist Season 2, both of which are currently filming in New York City. EXCLUSIVE: Rosario Dawson will reprise her role as Claire
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Hungry Ghosts debuts later this month, the inaugural series from Dark Horse Comics’ Berger Books imprint. Not only does this mark the full-time comics industry return of legendary former Vertigo editor Karen Berger, it’s also the first comic book work by noted chef and author Anthony Bourdain since the two Get Jiro! graphic novels. RELATED:
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In Wednesday’s Spider-Man #236, writer Brian Michael Bendis dedicates the first two pages to poking fun at Spider-Man: Homecoming in a scene involving Miles Morales’ best friend Ganke Lee and his new girlfriend, Spider-Man vlogger Danika. Illustrated by Oscar Bazaldua, Brian Reber and Cory Petit, the sequence sees Ganke and Danika discussing the fact that
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The teleporting mutant Blink will make her return to the Marvel Universe in a relaunch of Exiles, from the creative team of Saladin Ahmed (Black Bolt), Javier Rodriguez (Spider-Woman, Royals), Alvaro Lopez (Royals, Doctor Strange and the Sorcerers Supreme), Jordie Bellaire (Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man) and Joe Caramagna (Amazing Spider-Man), with covers by David
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Fox’s Gotham has had no shortage of classic Batman villains show up over the course of its four and a half seasons. In Season 1, we got the show’s take on the classic baddie the Scarecrow, albeit with the caveat of it being Gerald Crane, the father of typical Scarecrow Johnathan. The young Scarecrow returned
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Ahead of the arrival of its first feature film Bright, Netflix had already announced that the film would receive a sequel. At the time, it was assumed that both director David Ayer and writer Max Landis would be attached to the second film, but in the case of Landis, that’s no longer the case. RELATED:
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In November, shockwaves were sent across the comic book industry when it was announced that veteran Marvel writer Brian Michael Bendis had signed an exclusive, “multifaceted, multilayered” deal with DC Comics. However, while a scary bout with MRSA means that he’s still wrapping up his Marvel work, Bendis took to social media to reveal that
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New Year can mean many things, a fresh start, New Year’s cleaning, a crazy party… And in Japan, lucky bags! Called “fukubukuro” in Japanese, these lucky bags come in all shapes and sizes with various themes ranging from fashion pieces to otaku goods. Even restaurants and food stores in Japan join in the fun, so
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The CW’s midseason lineup is looking pretty super in the latest trailer for the network’s “Super Season.” Though the promo doesn’t reveal any new information about the upcoming midseason premieres, it does offer a fun sequence that features the heroes of Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow suiting up for action. RELATED:
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With 2017 coming to a close, we’re almost at that time of year again – fukubukuro season! From loud and colorful brands like 6%DOKIDOKI and ACDC RAG to the elegance of Swankiss and LIZ LISA, there’s plenty of New Years cheer for the fashion conscious otaku. 1. Make every day a walk through Harajuku with
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On Twitter, artist Gary Frank released some new artwork from the upcoming third volume of Batman: Earth One with the caption, “It’s coming!” The pencils show two panels, one with Batman glaring and the other of a frightened man. “It’s coming!” pic.twitter.com/7k7sVcHXEC — Gary Frank (@1moreGaryFrank) December 29, 2017 RELATED: Green Lantern: Earth One Preview
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Sony’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle managed to overtake Star Wars: The Last Jedi at the New Year’s Day box office, knocking the film out of first place for the first time since its release. After losing the New Year’s weekend to Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Sony’s surprise holiday hit Jumanji: Welcome to the
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As the theatrical release of Marvel’s Black Panther draws ever closer, a handful of toy descriptions that provide new details about characters such as Okoye (Danai Gurira), Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o), Erik “Killmonger” Stevens (Michael B. Jordan) and more have surfaced online. Hailing from Toys’R’Us, these descriptions come from official products sold by a major retailer.
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SPOILER WARNING: This article contains major spoilers for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, in theaters now. Just weeks after Star Wars: The Last Jedi hit theaters, animator John Stratman has recreated the climactic encounter between Kylo Ren and his former master Luke Skywalker in 16-bit, pixelated glory. 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens centered around
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Jean Grey’s X-Men team is adding Gambit to its roster with April’s X-Men: Red #3, as revealed Tuesday in a Marvel press release. RELATED: Marvel Releases X-Men Red Description, Teases One More ‘Fan-Favorite’ Member Previously, Marvel had teased that one more “fan-favorite” would join the X-Men: Red cast — and Gambit certainly fits that description.
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Superhero films dominate the modern cinema landscape, with 6 of last year’s top 10 highest-grossing films domestically coming courtesy of comic book adaptations such as Wonder Woman, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Thor: Ragnarok. Despite their ability to rake in huge numbers at the box office, however, actress/director Jodie Foster recently declared that the genre is “ruining”
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In Japan, one thing is certain when the beginning of a new year is rapidly approaching: a massive selection of fukubukuro will soon be available! For those who aren’t already familiar, fukubukuro are essentially lucky bags filled with all sorts of mysterious goodies! Practiced as a tradition in Japan on New Year’s Day, fukubukuro can
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Fukubukuro, or lucky bags, from anime stores are one of the best ways to build up your collection whether you’re into figures, plush toys, clothes, or accessories. In addition to being fully loaded with goodies, they often come at a huge discount – the perfect New Years treat for thrifty otaku! The number of places
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