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NYCC 2015: Marvel Announces “Obi-Wan and Anakin” Comic Book

Prior to the establishment of the Lucasfilm Story Group, the only way to find out more about the adventures (and headaches) of Obi-Wan Kenobi and his new apprentice Anakin Skywalker was to go to novels like Rogue Planet and the Jedi Quest young reader series. Now Marvel is revisiting those ten years between The Phantom Menace and Attack of the ...

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Massive Star Wars Comic Sale at Dark Horse!

As most of you may know, Dark Horse will no longer be publishing or distributing Star Wars comic books after the first of the year due to the license being reverted back to Marvel. In a huge send off for the license, Dark Horse Digital is not only taking 50% off every single digital Star Wars issue, but they’re offering ...

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DC’s Upcoming Movie List is a Resounding ‘Meh’

Warner Bros. recently had a shareholder’s meeting where the company revealed a six-year plan for all its DC-based films, as IGN reported that the lineup will be as follows: “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” directed by Zack Snyder (2016) “Suicide Squad,” directed by David Ayer (2016) “Wonder Woman,” starring Gal Gadot (2017) “Justice League Part One,” directed by Zack ...

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New "Darker" Justice League Coming From Bruce Timm

Say what you will about DC, but anything that Bruce Timm is connected to is definitely worth a look. Reports are coming in that Timm is set to executive produce a new Justice League animated miniseries to premiere online next spring. The three-part cartoon, entitled Chronicles, will tie in to another animated project called Justice League: Gods and Monsters. “Chronicles” ...

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SDCC 2014: Marvel Announces New Star Wars Comics

After Dark Horse relinquishes the right to publish further Star Wars comics next year, Marvel will begin its turn in 2015 with three new titles, all set during the original trilogy era. The first book will be simple titled “Star Wars” as written by Jason Aaron and drawn by John Cassaday. The book will take place after the destruction of ...

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Storm Fan Film Needs Your Help to "Truly FLY"!

Late last year, we brought you news that an X-Men fan film focused on Ororo Munroe, a.k.a. Storm, received funding through Kickstarter to be made. That was great! But Maya Glick, the incredible woman behind the project, has one more plea: As a complete rookie to this experience, however,  there were a few things I totally spaced on– like the ...

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Two Iconic Villains Get Their Own Comics

This spring will see the return of two of the most feared (and loved) villains from both Green Lantern and Star Wars in their own solo debut titles. Sinestro will hit shelves on April 16 and will focus more on the infamous yellow Lantern along with Lyssa Drak, the record keeper of the Sinestro Corps. Thaal Sinestro has lost everything ...

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Editorial: Keeping Up With the Avengers

Let’s go back to a simpler time. Won’t you join me? The year is 1999 and the new millenium is upon us. The Digital Era is in its infancy and in spite of many flawed attempts (Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace I’m looking at you!), we’ve seen hints of what modern technology can do in cinema. Jurassic Park, The ...

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Interview with X-Men Fan Film Star, Maya Glick

After finally calming down from my excitement about this project, I had the chance to ask filmmaker Maya Glick a few questions about her Storm-centric fan film. First of all, there are all kinds of interesting and provoking female characters in the X-Men franchise. What drew you to Storm instead of the other X-Ladies (yes, I’m making that a thing ...

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New Short Film about X-Men's Storm Coming Soon

As someone who seems to gravitate towards secondary characters who don’t get the love and attention they deserve, I usually resign myself to lamenting over that sad truth and not expecting anything to change. Then I realize that other people with more vision, talent, and creativity than I feel the same way and actually do something about their discontent. Maya ...

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