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Sideshow Reveals Two SDCC Exclusives

Sideshow unveiled two of their 2012 Comic Con exclusives, both continuing the 1/6 scale G.I. Joe and Star Wars collections.

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New DREDD Trailer Looks Good, But Is It Too Early To “Judge”?

The first trailer for Dredd 3D (the awful name for the new Judge Dredd movie) has hit the web, giving us our first look at the new take on the classic UK comic… and Karl Urban as the Judge. Check it out…

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Safety Not Guaranteed Is The Best Kind Of Quirky

The best movie to hit theaters this weekend is the one you may not have heard of… Safety Not Guaranteed masterfully weaves comedy, sci-fi, and a delightfully offbeat romance into a smart, well-acted story that’s really something special.

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iOS is “Bullet Hell” Heaven

The Bullet Hell or “Shmup” genre is a niche for sure, but has one of the more passionate gaming communities dedicated to completing that perfect run.  Supported by apps from heavy-hitters Cave and Taito, iOS now hosts a larger variety of these titles than both XBLA & PSN and, thankfully, the touchscreen controls truly add to the experience.  In fact, mobile devices may be the perfect platform for modern shmup gaming.

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Hasbro’s Awesome SDCC Exclusives UPDATED!

Hasbro is going all-out with their lineup of Comic Con exclusives this year, and across the board there’s something for everyone in San Diego. From Marvel to Star Wars, Transformers and My Little Pony to G.I. Joe Hasbro’s offerings have really put them on top as the kinds of Comic Con exclusives. Take a look at their full lineup… now with product descriptions, and prices!

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Brave Review

As hard as I try not to, I just can’t stop committing the cardinal sin of comparing every new Pixar film to the ones that came before.  If you can somehow manage to avoid doing that, you’ll really enjoy Brave; it’s a technical masterpiece, the voice acting is top notch, and it has some of the strongest humor of any Pixar film to date.  It feels more Disney than Disney-Pixar, but Brave still has plenty for kids of all ages to enjoy.

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UDON Brings A Special Edition of Marvel Vs. Capcom: Official Complete Works To SDCC

UDON reveals a special hardcover edition of the ultimate companion book for any Marvel vs. Capcom fans… and it’s coming to San Diego Comic Con!

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Mark Waid’s Digital Comics Continue to Thrill

We already championed our support for Mark Waid’s free weekly digital comics back in the beginning of May, when the team at Thrillbent.com debuted its very first comic.  Now that the creators are getting more comfortable with the format and the stories are really starting to take off, I think it’s time to bring this great site to our readers’ attention once again.

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Why I Like Collecting Star Wars Again

Like many Star Wars fans these days, I have a kind of conflicted relationship with the Galaxy Far, Far Away. But recently, things have changed and I’m kind of back into Star Wars… the toys, at least. So I wanted to write about it…

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Shout! Factory Celebrates Power Rangers & More At Comic Con

Shout! Factory is going to be busy at this year’s Comic Con, with plenty of cool programming, exclusives and more for Transformers Prime, My Little Pony, the legendary Tom Kenny and the return of Power Rangers.

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