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Brett Summers

Crawled out of the Black Lodge in 1976, only to find himself in the Village.

Chewbacca to get his own comic!

It finally happened! They finally let the Wookie win! Everyone’s favorite walking carpet is getting his own comic book as part of Marvel Comics continued expansion of their line of “Star Wars” comics. Set to be written by Gerry Duggan (Deadpool) and featuring art by Black Widow‘s Phil Noto, […]

Goosebumps: The Movie is coming!

Columbia Pictures has released a poster for Goosebumps. The Rob Letterman directed film based on the R.L. Stine novels stars Jack Black, Dylan Minnette and Odeya Rush. Previously a Cult TV Essentials: Goosebumps, now moves onto the big screen. The movie features Zach (Minnette), a teenager who moves to a small town where […]

Review: Secret Wars (Issues: 1-2)

Having managed to grind through DC’s Convergence excuse of an “event” (click HERE for my review) I really wasn’t looking forward to reading Marvel’s version of the same thing. Was Secret Wars a poor excuse to reboot the comics to resemble the films? Was it just a reaction […]

Doctor Who joins LEGO Dimensions!

Doctor Who, which has never before been in a LEGO videogame, will be playable in the LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack with a complete Doctor Who level where the game’s heroes continue their quest while encountering Daleks, Cybermen and other adversaries from the Whoniverse. Fans who want more Doctor […]

Preview: Cyborg #1

Victor Stone is back! With writer David Walker and art from Ivan Reis and Joe Prado we find the former Teen Titan (if that happened? Who knows anymore!) and currently JLA’er discovering that the machine that gives him his powers is evolving! The only problem is that machine is his […]

Mercury Heat is coming!

Humanity’s need for resources to fuel its civilization has spread to Mercury, the innermost planet, and the planet is now a lawless frontier. A grisly murder draws a cop from Earth, Luiza Bora, to investigate the murder and bring justice to the planet in Kieron Gillen’s new Avatar […]

TSUKIMONOGATARI Blu-ray Set announced

At their industry panel at Anime Expo in Los Angeles, Aniplex of America Inc. announced the details of their release of TSUKIMONOGATARI, the seventh arc to the Monogatari Series Second Season. Following their release of HANAMONOGATARI, the TSUKIMONOGATARI arc will be released in a Limited Edition Blu-ray Set […]

Viz Media acquires One-Punch Man

VIZ Media, LLC, the largest publisher, distributor and licensor of manga and anime in North America, has teamed with VIZ Media Europe S.A.R.L. (VME), the leader in Japanese Entertainment content in Europe, and Anime Consortium Japan Inc. (ACJ), the Japanese company for official anime streaming, to jointly announce […]

Warren Ellis to write James Bond in VARGR

Dynamite proudly announces that fan-favorite author Warren Ellis will be writing the James Bond 007 ongoing comic book series, the first to appear in over two decades. James Bond 007 is scheduled for release in November 2015, featuring interior artwork by Jason Masters (Batman Incorporated,Guardians of the Galaxy). The […]

Elodie Yung is Elektra!

Elektra is headed for Hell’s Kitchen, with Marvel and Netflix casting Elodie Yung (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, G.I. Joe: Retaliation) in the role of the iconic Marvel superhero for Season 2 of Daredevil. Yung was born in Paris, on February 22, 1981. Her father is Cambodian […]

Cult TV Essentials: The Day Today

In 1994 people got confused about the news! Was it real? How could they report this? Who would let this on the air? There was mass confusion! This was The Day Today! The show was created  by Armando Iannucci and Chris Morris and spun off from their radio show On […]

Cult TV Essentials: Killer Net

In 1998 the internet was a new sensation that was taking the world by storm. We could not get enough of that dial-up action! Lynda La Plante (Prime Suspect, Trial & Retribution, Above Suspicion) was fixated by it as well. The famous crime writer turned her attention to […]

Cult TV Essentials: Goosebumps

Goosebumps is a Canadian horror fantasy anthology television series based on R. L. Stine’s best-selling Goosebumps book series. It opens with music from Jack Lenz. As the eerie music plays we witness a man dressed in black carrying his briefcase up a hill. The name engraved on the briefcase […]