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Stan Lee Set To Roll Out Arch Alien

by Alex Beanon October 31, 2015
Stan Lee is set to release a new comic book-based movie – “Arch Alien” – with more information forthcoming at this weekend’s Comikaze! Event in Los Angeles. “Arch Alien” is an original concept from Lee in collaboration with Chinese media company, Hualien, which will be providing the funding for the project. Details about “Arch Alien” […]
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Gotham Has A Mister Freeze – Nathan Darrow

by Alex Beanon October 28, 2015
Fox’s Batman-inspired television drama series, “Gotham”, has a new villain – Mister Freeze – who will be played by Nathan Darrow [“House of Cards”]. Darrow will play the recurring role of Mr. Freeze [aka cryogenics engineer, Victor Fries] on upcoming episodes of the series. Mr. Freeze has been played by Arnold Schwarzenegger in a 1997 […]

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“Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Ultimate Collection” Vol. 6 Contents Revealed

by Ed Liuon October 28, 2015
IDW has revealed the contents, preliminary cover art, and expected arrival date of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Ultimate Collection Vol. 6 hardcover. The series reprints the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle comics, with volume 5 originally planned to conclude the run of the original creators Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. Volume 6 will contain […]
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A Rogue’s Gallery – Creation Of A Super Villain Launches In London

by Alex Beanon October 21, 2015
The creation of a super villain for movies and television requires quite a bit of makeup and the new book “A Rogue’s Gallery – Creation of a Super Villain” details how those villainous transformations are made with villains from the DC Comic universe at a launch party at London’s Crypt Gallery next week on October […]

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William Shatner And Stan Lee Partner On New Comics Imprint – Shatner Singularity

by Alex Beanon October 20, 2015
William Shatner [Captain Kirk of original “Star Trek” fame, in case we need to tell you] is joining forces with comic industry icon Stan Lee to produce a new comic shingle called Shatner Singularity. The Shatner Singularity will house Shatner’s upcoming graphic novel as well as Lee’s upcoming graphic novel, which both use the motion […]
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Z-Men Coming To The Big Screen

by Alex Beanon October 16, 2015
Movie studio Lionsgate has cut a deal with Double Take [a subsidiary of video game publisher Take Two Interactive] to produce a feature film based on the Z-Men comic book series from Jeff McComsey about government agents pitted against a zombie outbreak. “Z-Men” is tentatively expected to have a 2017 release date.

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Viewster Talk “Kill la Kill”, Omakase And Exclusive Creative Content At NYCC

by Grant Whiteon October 14, 2015
Viewster were present at this past weekend’s New York Comic Con, promoting their online streaming content and the soon to debut Omakase subscription service.  As mentioned previously, the service will run as a bi-monthly, cancel at any time subscription for which fans will receive a specially selected box of themed merchandise every two months in […]
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NYCC 2015: The “Batman: Bad Blood” Panel Previews A Different Kind of Bat-family

by Todd DuBoison October 13, 2015
Batman: Bad Blood is the next film in the long-running DC Animated Original Movie line that began in 2007 with Superman: Doomsday, and naturally New York Comic Con had a panel dedicated to the project just as it did for Justice League: Throne of Atlantis in 2014. On hand for the festivities this time were […]

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Thunder Agents Movie On The Way

by Alex Beanon October 12, 2015
A movie based on the “Thunder Agents” comic book series of the 1960s is on the way after China’s Huayi Brothers Media has teamed with “Batman” producer Michael Uslan to launch both a feature film as well as a television series based on the comics. The “Thunder Agents” feature film will also include a cameo […]
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NYCC 2015: Dark Horse Announces New Ongoing Aliens Series

by Peter Paltridgeon October 10, 2015
20th Century Fox’s Alien franchise is no stranger to comic books, nor is it new to Dark Horse Comics. One of the company’s earliest successful titles was an Aliens continuation back in 1988, when there was no Alien 3 and they could introduce the idea of a grown-up Xeno-kicking badass Newt (how I wish it […]