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Having seen inked pages from the LAST issue, I find that pretty odd thing to hear.
It’s Friday. Marvel and DC are punting out all sorts of Flashpoint and Fear Itself related books. So rather than read all sorts of different articles, let’s put them all in one and mix it together.
He may have just been hired to rework the Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark musical but Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is keeping with the comics.
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Aaron Eckhart may be about to drop a little Dark Knight Rises spoiler on you. Or he might be pulling our legs. Our he might be looking for headlines, what with Battle: Los Angeles in cinemas today, and all.
Is it just coincidence that Mr. Abrams goes by JJ the way Mr. Barnum went by PT? Not only are they both men of initials, the have each demonstrated a great aptitude for working the crowd.
Once again the Nine Inch Nails messageboard has been the site of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter news – or, in this case, anti-news. Read on for the ANTI-SPOILER. You have been ANTI-WARNED.
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Sherlock Holmes producer Lionel Wigram has landed the film rights to RASL, the sci-fi noir comic by Bone creator Jeff Smith, Deadline reports. The adaptation is envisioned as a franchise for Warner Bros.
“Look, up in the sky.” Not a bird or a plane. And certainly not just one of a crowd of superheroes. That figure flying towards us is an angel who came down from the stars, wearing a shield on his chest decorated by an alien symbol for hope. His presence is meant to inspire.
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