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Superjail! Season Three Premieres This Sunday

One of Adult Swim’s finest returns this Sunday at 12:15 am, and if you haven’t seen Superjail! you should totally check it out.

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A Tale Of Two Spideys

The latest waves of Marvel Universe continue the long tradition of figure variants, specifically two weird and welcome new versions of Spider-Man.

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Looper Is Tight

Rian Johnson’s time jumping hit-gone-wrong tale is a welcome addition to the pantheon of smart, engaging and classic sci-fi.

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Comics Korner: Unbearable #1 Review

One of the best parts of attending comic conventions is the opportunity to discover new books and the passionate writers and artists that create them. At Baltimore Comic Con, we came across Cliff Galbraith, a New Jersey native who started in comic books, branched out to TV and then returned to his first love. Keep reading for our impressions of one of his newly published comic books, Unbearable.

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Big Bad Toy Store Keeps Bandai’s Thundercats Going With Shared Exclusive

Big Bad Toy Store grabbed the US distribution rights on what is likely to be Bandai’s final Thundercats toy.

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May Stunk For Masters Of The Universe

May has come and gone, and among Mattycollector’s offering’s that month, the least anticipated one came off the one best-executed. Evil warrior Stinkor was pushed back to May to accompany New Adventures’ goon squad member Slush Head, Scott Neitlich’s original 30th Anniversary creation The Mighty Spector, and the Snake Mountain display stands. Each displayed both flashes of brilliance and bewildering design choices, but in this robust month of figures, it’s nice to see a bit of variety thrown our way.

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Sons of Anarchy Season 5 Ep 3 “Laying Pipe”

As promised, last night’s Sons of Anarchy was a game changer. A main cast member took the final ride last night, affecting the show for the rest of its run. We got a chance to talk to show runner Kurt Sutter about the loss and the future of SAMCRO; find out what he had to say inside.

If you have not seen last night episode of Sons of Anarchy, don’t go any further, the following has major spoilers. 

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Emmy On Sunday, Superhero On Monday! Ariel Winter Gives Voice To The First Female Robin

It’s going to be a whirlwind 24 hours for Ariel Winter. Sunday night, the young actress was on stage at the Emmy Awards along with her cast of Modern Family to clam the prize for Outstanding Comedy Series, and tonight she’ll be walking the red carpet at the premiere of her new animated film, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1. Continue reading “Emmy On Sunday, Superhero On Monday! Ariel Winter Gives Voice To The First Female Robin” »

New Character One Sheets For Wreck-It Ralph

Disney’s virtual star-studded video game movie gets four new posters that continue pushing some familiar pixellated faces.

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The Dark Knight Returns Part One Gets Too Hung Up On Its Source Material

DC Animation releases the long-anticipated Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part One, transforming Frank Miller’s legendary graphic novel into a two-part animated event. But despite some gorgeous animation and some cool extra features, this adaptation is crushed under the weight of its own devotion to the comic.

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