Month: September 2019

Representation matters and for Star Wars fans, while there’s been significant strides in the live-action films with more female and characters of color, fans of the overall Star Wars universe have been waiting for LGBTQ+ representation for a while. Or, so they’ve thought. It turns out that there’s been a gay couple in the franchise
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Marvel Comics and Games Workshop have revealed that the two companies have teamed up to publish comics based on the extremely popular Warhammer line of tabletop games. What, exactly, those comics might look like, which creative teams they might employ, and which pocket of Warhammer continuity they might explore remains unclear, but one thing is
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Like many visual effects houses, CoSA VFX have had their hands on dozens of popular properties — including movies and TV series that most of our readers have almost certainly seen — and done so without the audience learning their names. Per the company’s website, they have worked on Gotham, Swamp Thing, Pennyworth, NOS4A2, Marvel’s
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Credit: Hasbro Credit: Hasbro Credit: Hasbro Hasbro has unveiled a new Hulk Marvel Legends figure celebrating Marvel Comics’ 80th anniversary. The figure, which depicts a gray hulk in orange and blue rags as he was depicted in the original printing of 1962’s The Incredible Hulk #1, will first be available at select conventions in the
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The Dragon Ball franchise is sitting at a major crossroads right now, while the Dragon Ball Super anime is on hiatus, with the next step still yet to be revealed by Toei Animation. In the interim between Dragon Ball‘s past and its future, fans have been speculating about where the franchise can go – and
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Credit: Warner Bros. A short teaser for Warner Bros.’s Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) has arrived, signalling a full trailer to follow on Tuesday, October 1. Here’s the clip: Let’s launch this sh*t. #BirdsOfPrey Trailer drops 10/1. pic.twitter.com/aWSeX93Sfg — Birds of Prey (@birdsofpreywb) September 30, 2019 Birds of Prey
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Disenchantment is Matt Groening’s first series since creating Futurama, but the quality of the series is more like what’s become of his original and most famous show, The Simpsons. Set in the Kingdom of Dreamland, Disenchantment follows Princess Bean, her (literal) personal demon Luci, and their elf companion, Elfo. Unlike Groening’s previous efforts, the series
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The worlds of The Walking Dead and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds are colliding in a very big way. AMC, Tencent Games, and PUBG Corporation announced today that The Walking Dead — specifically the television series — is coming to PUBG Mobile, the mobile version of the incredibly popular battle royale video game. That includes the likeness of
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Fear the Walking Dead showrunners Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg have responded to fan backlash and criticism raised by Season 4 and the just-ended Season 5, which wrapped as the worst-received season of either Walking Dead series. “You know, we told the story that we believe in and we’re proud of what we did and
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Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is set to shake up the DC Films world in a pretty epic way, and a new series of posters are here to get fans hyped. On Monday, DC released a series of pieces of promo art for the upcoming film, which put the
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