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The Flash Gets…The Flash

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CW rolled out Grant Gustin as the young Flash coming from Central City as an assistant forensic scientist earlier this season on its “Arrow” television series, then after a couple of appearances, put him in a coma until he awakens from his CW-induced coma and reappears a few weeks from now in an “Arrow” episode. […]

More 60's Superman and Batman Cartoons Coming to DVD

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Tvshowsondvd.com reports that Warner will release two classic Filmation versions of Superman and Batman with The New Adventures of Superman: Seasons 2 & 3, and The Adventures of Batman: The Complete Series on DVD June 3,2014. The New Adventures of Superman: Seasons 2 & 3 sees the Man of Steel in action with 32 episodes on […]

Rudolph Won’t Let Marvel Play Any Reindeer Games

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The first official holiday showing – because you know there will be at least 97 other re-broadcasts – of the season for “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” by CBS easily won the ratings race for Tuesday evening over superhero-tinged and poorly-titled newcomer “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Rudolph, with his nose so bright, gathered 11.4 million viewers […]

Digital Comics Prepare For 1980s Invasion

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Five memorable NBC television series from the 1980s will see new life in digital comic form as Lion Forge Comics has partnered with NBCUniversal to bring back “Saved By The Bell”, “Knight Rider”, “Airwolf”, “Punky Brewster” along with Detectives Crockett and Tubbs and Crockett’s white Ferrari Testarossa in “Miami Vice”. All but “Airwolf” were originally […]

"Liberty's Kids: The Complete Series" Reissue DVD Coming July 16, 2013

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Mill Creek Entertainment will be releasing Liberty’s Kids: The Complete Series on DVD on July 16, 2013. The series set will contain all 40 episodes of the show on 4 DVDs, and carries a suggested retail price of $12.98. The series was previously released by Shout! Factory in 2008. OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS: Travel back in time […]

"Peanuts" 1970s Collection: Mush from the Wimp

I’m a child of the 1970s—excuse me a moment while go apply some of Grandpa Simpson’s Old-Timey Medicinal Lineament to my arthritic joints—and the Peanuts specials were a staple of the holidays. (Keep in mind, this was back when you only had five or six channels tops, so a special was a special.) The great […]

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