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"Superman Month" at DCComics.com

With Superman turning 75 this month and the release of the new “Man of Steel” movie, DC Comics has named June as “Superman Month”. From DC Comics: “Yesterday, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment announced that Superman fans can look forward to a year-long celebration to commemorate his 75th Anniversary. Seventy-five years… That’s quite a feat, even for the Man of ...

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X-Men: Days of Future Past – Behind the Scene Tweet

From prolific “teaser tweeter” Bryan Singer, comes this candid picture of Peter Dinklage and Singer as they review the script for the upcoming film, X-Men: Days of Future Past. Filming starts today in Montreal, Canada. From the official site: X-Men: Days of Future Past” has Kitty Pryde sending her mind back to her younger self in order to warn the ...

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"Kingdom Come" MUST SEE Fan Made Trailer

From AListProductions comes a fan made trailer based on one of the most celebrated and well written DC Comic by Mark Waid and Alex Ross. From AListProductions: Kingdom Come is an ambitious low budget short fan film; directed/produced by Andrew List. Our goal was to create a high end extended trailer based off of Alex Ross & Mark Waid’s graphic ...

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io9 Gives First Look at Cover for "Kenobi"

io9 Gives First Look at Cover for “Kenobi” by Michelle Lawhorn Did you ever wonder what Obi-Wan was up to between Episodes III and IV? Well, you’ll get to find out this fall! Del-Rey will release John Jackson Miller’s Kenobi: Star Wars novel on August 27, and io9 has the first look at the cover art. “The Republic has fallen. ...

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New Photo from "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" Posted by Andy Serkis

From the Facebook page of Andy Serkis comes the first look at the filming to the Apes sequel. Andy Serkis reprises his role as the mutated rebel leader, Caesar in the sequel to the Rupert Wyatt film, Rise of the Planet of the Apes. From MTV Movie Blog: The film takes place 15 years after “Rise of the Planet of ...

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From Oloris Pubishing: Wrath, Ruin and a Red Nightfall: Explore familiar vistas through a new lens in the latest volume of the Oloris Art Series

From the press release of Oloris Publishing; Oloris Publishing is excited to announce the acquisition of the rights to artist/photographer John Cockshaw’s first book Wrath, Ruin and a Red Nightfall. This title is scheduled for release in 2014. Wrath, Ruin and a Red Nightfall is an evocative collection of original art inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien’s descriptions of landscape within his ...

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Batman: Arkham Origins

Batman:Arkham Origins by Michelle Lawhorn The Bat is back…again! Although Batman: Arkham Origins takes place years before the events of both Asylum and City, Origins is not a retelling of the Dark Knight’s beginnings. It will indeed be a prequel to previous games, but can also serve as a stand-alone. According to Game Informer’s interview with WB Games Montreal, Origins ...

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A Language Note: From Middle-Earth to Westeros

A Language Note: From Middle-Earth to Westeros By Olga A. Fantasy languages are in a realm of their own – far from being contrived gibberish invented for the sake of carrying along the story plotline (although of course I could point you towards a few examples of exactly this), there are genuine and sophisticated, albeit invented, tongues that presumably are ...

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Tincture, An Apocalyptic Proposition

Apocalyptic literature and entertainment is all the rage these days. Even so there are some stories of this type that stand out in excellence and uniqueness within the trend. I first heard about Matthew D. Jordan and his apocalyptic/dystopian story, Tincture on Adventures In Sci-Fi Publishing, one of the best science fiction and fantasy focused podcasts on the web, in ...

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