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Interview with X-Men Fan Film Star, Maya Glick

After finally calming down from my excitement about this project, I had the chance to ask filmmaker Maya Glick a few questions about her Storm-centric fan film. First of all, there are all kinds of interesting and provoking female characters in the X-Men franchise. What drew you to Storm instead of the other X-Ladies (yes, I’m making that a thing ...

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New Short Film about X-Men's Storm Coming Soon

As someone who seems to gravitate towards secondary characters who don’t get the love and attention they deserve, I usually resign myself to lamenting over that sad truth and not expecting anything to change. Then I realize that other people with more vision, talent, and creativity than I feel the same way and actually do something about their discontent. Maya ...

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The Star Wars: A Review of a Galaxy Even Farther Away…

In 1977 George Lucas changed everything with a boy, a girl and a galaxy. But what if that boy was named Annikin Starkiller and was was a Jedi-Bendu in training under the instruction of the war weary general Luke Skywalker of Aquilae? What if the New Empire, under the leadership of Emperor, ruled from the capital world of Alderaan and ...

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Silent Knight. . .Unholy Knight!

DC Comics has a rather unusual promotional teaser for its Batman Black and White #2 comic series. The story, called “Silent Knight. . . Unholy Knight!” and written by Michael Uslan and Dave Bullock among other writers for this series, is presented in black and white like an old silent film, replete with film captions and old time orchestral music. ...

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Batman Mythos Continues With The Dark Knight Legacy

Disappointed that your favorite character didn’t make it into Christopher Nolan’s trilogy? Still upset that Stephanie Brown got benched? Well, the awesome folks over Machinima have the answers to your prayers. The Dark Knight Legacy is the latest in the world of fan films, and it is so very great. Chloe Dysktra (Heroes of Cosplay) is Stephanie, Maury Sterling (ER, ...

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World War Kaiju!

World War Kaiju Series One: The Cold War Years is a satirical graphic novel project set in an alternate history where the atom bomb was never created but instead, the ultimate weapons of mass destruction are the Kaiju – terrible, massive beasts that were spawned from a mysterious KAI-235 isotope. Follow one journalist as he travels with a retired DIA ...

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Savage Wolverine Goes Cosmic

  From cosmicbooknews.com – Jock, the British artist known for his work on the Wolverine Max series, The Losers,  2000 A. D. – and some killer Batman artwork on the Detective Comics series, will be drawing and writing a new arc for Savage Wolverine, the new Wolverine series launched by Marvel Comics in January 2013. In September Issue #9, Jock ...

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Fox and Marvel's Conflict Over Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch

From Movie Web – An interesting conflict has developed between two studios and their major film franchises: 20th Century Fox’s X-Men: Days of Future Past and Marvel Studio’s The Avengers 2. Both hold the rights to use the comic book characters Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch, who are also mutant children of Magneto and members of both superhero teams. Possibly, this means that movie-goers will see two ...

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New X-Files Comics Coming

From comicbookresources.com: IDW and 20th Century Fox Consumer products will be collaborating on a project to bring the science fiction series The X-Files back to comics. This is not the first time The X-Files franchise has been in comics. Their plan is twofold. First, they will reprint comic book collections of classic X- Files issues that were published between 1995 ...

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JRR Tolkien Biographical Comic Book

Bluewater Productions will continue their series of biographical comic books with an exciting new release for Tolkien and fantasy fans. Orbit #8: J.R.R. Tolkien: The True Lord of the Rings. Written by Brian McCarthy and Michael Lent, with penciling by Luis Chichon, and cover art by Hyunsang Michael Cho, this book is scheduled for release on May 30th and will focus ...

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