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SDCC2014: iZombie Screening Cancelled Due To Cast Changes

by Alex Beanon July 24, 2014
The 2014 Comic Con is not even 24 hours old and already there have been a pair of cancellations – first the Goonies reunion panel and now a screening of the pilot for the upcoming CW series “iZombie” about a coroner’s office assistant/zombie [Rose McIvor] who eats the brains of the corpses coming into the […]

Christian Group Has A Problem With Adult Swim’s Black Jesus

by Alex Beanon July 24, 2014
As was probably to be expected, a Christian group has emerged to demand that Cartoon Network’s late-night Adult Swim division cancel their planned “Black Jesus” live-action show before it has even aired its first episode. Adult Swim has been airing promotional segments for the show created by Aaron McGruder [“The Boondocks”] and the American Family […]

DreamWorks Releases More Details For Its Holiday DreamPlace

by Alex Beanon July 24, 2014
DreamWorks Animation had previously announced plans to feature animated characters from their movies into a holiday experience that they will bring to various shopping malls around the country and now the studio has announced what some of those plans will be, they include: creating a so-called “DreamPlace” holiday town that will house a 2000-square foot […]

Battlefield Hardline Delayed Until 2015

by Alex Beanon July 24, 2014
Originally scheduled to be launched on October 21, 2014, the cops-and-robbers shooter video game “Battlefield Hardline” has now been officially delayed until early next year. The delay comes as the gamemakers Visceral Games add new features for both single and multi-players and create a deeper storyline for the game. “Battlefield Hardline” is currently scheduled to […]

SDCC2014: Marvel Unveils Avengers: Age Of Ultron Concept Art

by Alex Beanon July 24, 2014
Marvel has been busy in the last seven days – revealing release dates for six different films and now revealing concept art at the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego for another one, specifically, “Avengers: Age of Ultron”. The two posters depict Iron Man [who will be played by Robert Downey, Jr. in the film] […]

Marvel Adds Another Movie For 2018

by Alex Beanon July 24, 2014
As if adding five untitled movie release dates earlier this week were not enough for Disney/Marvel, the studio went ahead and added another for 2018. When Sony Pictures vacated the May 2018 time frame for the release of the fourth installment in the rebooted Spider-Man film franchise, Disney/Marvel snapped it up by slotting another of […]

SDCC2014: Microsoft Giving Away 21 Custom Xbox One Consoles

by Alex Beanon July 23, 2014
Microsoft will give away 21 custom Xbox One consoles at the 2014 Comic Con in San Diego – each designed with the skin of one of its popular video games, including Evolve, Halo and Titanfall. The collection is being housed at the Xbox Gaming Lounge at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego and visitors […]

The Legend of Korra – “Original Airbenders” – Episode 33 Recap

by Neo Yion July 23, 2014
Tenzin must train the new Airbenders, but he is constantly frustrated at their lack of enthusiasm, Bumi especially. In the beginning, The Legend of Korra established the only Airbenders left is Tenzin and his family. I assumed that would be all there was to it and that any future Airbenders would likely be the byproducts […]

The Legend of Korra – “Old Wounds” – Episode 32 Recap

by Neo Yion July 23, 2014
Lin is forced to confront her past. Meanwhile, Suyin teaches Korra metalbending while a dejected Bolin watches in envy. One of the scenes in “Old Wounds” has Lin butting in between two relaxed Zaofu guards, criticizing them for their lethargy. Neither of them is under her command and she has no reason to boss them […]

The Amazing World Of Gumball – “The Extras” Recap

by Joshua Baileyon July 23, 2014
On a particularly uneventful day, the background characters decide it’s time for them to get the spotlight. While some may disagree, I absolutely adored the experimental episodes in season two of Gumball. Both “The Tape” and “The World” were extremely refreshing and I admired the show for being bold enough to do something different. So, […]