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‘Pokémon: Detective Pikachu’ Director on Why Only 54 Out of 800 Pocket Monsters Appear

Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures first live-action Pokémon film is about to open worldwide, and there are some burning questions fans seem to have about the pocket monsters movie, Pokémon: Detective Pikachu. Entertainment Tonight spoke with director Rob Letterman about the release, and there were some surprising answers. Like why only a fraction of the existing pokédex […]

Marvel’s Iron Fist Season 2: There’s Something About (Typhoid) Mary in New Images

Early looks and the first official second-season trailer for Marvel’s Iron Fist have Netflix fans cautiously excited for the upcoming season – and that’s due in large part to the eagerly-anticipated introduction of Alice Eve as classic Marvel villain Typhoid Mary. Now the streaming service is giving us a look at Mary’s deadly duality, using the show’s […]

Marvel’s Iron Fist: Danger Hits Close to Home for Danny in Season 2 Trailer, Poster

If the second season of Marvel’s Iron Fist is even half as good as the trailers/teasers released for it have looked, then Netflix might be witnessing one of the biggest season-to-season turnarounds since Buffy the Vampire Slayer (you know I’m right). Now with the streaming service having released a new trailer for the upcoming season, […]

Rebellion Brings Back Misty, The Teen Horror Comic For Girls

As Bleeding Cool reported last week, 2000AD publisher Rebellion are bringing the classic girls horror comic from the seventies back into print. They will reprint comics from creators also well known for their 2000 AD work, beginning with the work of 2000 AD’s first editor, Pat Mills. Which means, as we also reported, Moonchild by Pat Mills and […]

Rebellion To Bring Back Misty Comic For Girls, With Pat Mills

Back before the mid-eighties, girls comics were big business in the UK. With names like Misty, Bunty, Jackie, they would often outsell the boys own comics. But then things changed. Comics got harder, more male, and other media were more flexible. And the girls comics went away. Well I understand that Rebellion, publishers of one […]