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“Gotham” Premiere: Not the Review You Want, but the Review You Need!

A Batman show that’s not about Batman, yet still capitalizes on other well-known characters while focusing on an incarnation of Jim Gordon that’s rather different from what we’re used to. And Jada Pinkett-Smith is there for some reason. That’s pretty much what the pilot episode of Gotham is in a nutshell. The biggest problem of the episode is not necessarily ...

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“Gotham”: Enough Lore for Bat-Fans, Accessible to Newcomers

Gotham Banner from Follow the Nerd http://www.followingthenerd.com.   From Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” to DC’s “Arrow,” comic book heroes have become a staple for major television networks—not as animated children’s cartoons, but as live-action shows targeting teens and adults. “Gotham” is unique in that all the action takes place before the career of the hero that made the fictional city a ...

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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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Jason Momoa to Play Aquaman?

The actor’s reps have refused to comment (with Momoa himself dodging the question at conventions), but rumor is that Momoa will step into the role of Aquaman for the upcoming Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. “I think it would be really, really fun to play a superhero. You know? I’ve always talked about, like, what’s your favorite. I mean ...

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X-Men: Days of Future Past Launch Interactive Timeline

20th Century fox studio has launched a new interactive website signaling the 25 most pivotal moments  in mutant history between 1962, where young Magneto helped avert the Cuban Missile Crisis in X-Men: First Class to the year 2018, where X-Men: Days of Future Past picks up with the original X-Men cast. Sort of reminds me of The X-Files mytharc timeline, a really wonderful timeline that helped fans ...

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Ever Wanted to Read an Old Comic Book?

Comic fans! I’ve got news for you! From The Digital Comic Museum comes this amazing offer. You can find all titles of old comic books from 1903-1995 and are free to download as they are public domain. Over 45 comic publishers are represented including Fiction House, Charlton Comics and more. From Sherlock to Billy the Kid or Robin Hood it ...

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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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Wonder Woman Fan Film Shows DC How It’s Done

While the idea of a Wonder Woman-centric film is still being kicked around (and stomped on and re-greenlit and stomped on again), Rainfall Films decided they’d had enough waiting for DC and Warner Bros. to get their act together and made their own film about the Amazonian warrior. Check it out below! Photo from Rainfall Films Facebook. About Reporter Michelle ...

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Star Wars Expanded Universe To Become Canon…Sort Of

Not even two weeks into the new year and Disney/Marvel isn’t wasting time with more Star Wars news! Disney recently announced that the Star Wars comics license will be going back to Marvel after more than two decades at Dark Horse. With Disney purchasing Marvel back in 2009, the move was an inevitable decision that many were counting down to ...

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RUMOR: Live-Action Young Justice on The CW?

More often than not, Bleeding Cool is usually right on the money when it comes to rumors about casting and new film and television projects in the works.  The most recent rumor is that Young Justice, cancelled earlier this year along with Green Lantern: The Animated Series and much to the heartbreak and anger of its devoted fanbase, will be ...

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