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Credit: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Credit: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Press Release It’ll take the unlikely unification of the Dark Knight and the Heroes in a Half-shell to overcome combined villainous forces afoot in Gotham City in the all-new, feature-length animated thriller, Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, Nickelodeon and
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Credit: New Line Cinema Credit: New Line Cinema New Line Cinema’s Shazam! is expected to take in $40 to $45 million domestically on its April 5 opening weekend, according to Deadline. The film will be opening concurrently with Paramount’s Pet Semetary remake and STX’s The Best of Enemies. A $40-$45m domestic opening weekend would put
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Credit: Marvel Studios Marvel Studios surprisingly dropped a second (and probably last) full Avengers: Endgame trailer on Thursday morning, and while a good portion of its two minute-plus running time is flashbacks to previous Marvel Cinematic Universe films (which may be significant in of itself), this latest footage (and companion poster) does reveal some interesting new
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Credit: Giuseppe Camuncoli (Marvel Comics) Credit: Giuseppe Camuncoli (Marvel Comics) In January’s Guardians of the Galaxy #1, the Black Order created a black hole which sucked many of Marvel’s cosmic heroes out into the unknown – with those who escaped its pull banding together as the new Guardians. But in June, Cosmo the Spacedog will
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Credit: Legendary Comics Credit: Legendary Comics Press Release Legendary Comics joins forces with Eisner Award-nominated writer James F. Wright (Contact High; Nutmeg) and artist Liana Buszka to continue their captivating self-published saga, LUPINA, a six-chapter story about mothers, daughters and wolves. In the coastal town of Kote, recently brought under the yoke of the Addalian
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Bloodshot: Rising Spirit #6 cover Credit: Felipse Massafera (Valiant Entertainment) A new Bloodshot ongoing is coming this September, from writer Tim Seeley and artist Brett Booth. First reported by Deadline, this new series is timed so that a collected edition will be out coinciding with Sony’s Bloodshot movie on February 21, 2020. “I don’t feel
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Credit: David Mack (Marvel Comics) Short Term 12 director Destin Daniel Cretton has signed on for Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  The Hawaiian-born writer/director has several connections with current MCU personnel, having directed Brie Larson in both Short Term 12 and The Glass Castle, Larson and Michael B. Jordan on the upcoming
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Check out the first look at June’s Transformers / Ghostbusters #1, the first in a five-part series mixing Egon and the Ghostbusters gang with the Energon-fueled robots in disguise.  TRANSFORMERS / GHOSTBUSTERS #1Writer: Erik BurnhamArtists: Dan Schoening and Luis Antonio DelgadoCovers: Dan Schoening, Andrew Griffith/Thomas Deer, Paulina Ganucheau, Nick Roche, and Alex Milne.
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Credit: New Line Cinema Credit: DC Fandango is offering advance screenings of New Line Cinema’s Shazam! two weeks ahead of its widespread April 5 release date, according to Deadline. The screenings are set to take place March 23 in 1,200 North American theaters, and are exclusive to members of Fandango’s VIP rewards program. Warner Bros.
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By Justin Partridge, Newsarama Contributor March 13, 2019 07:30am ET Credit: IDW Publishing Credit: IDW Publishing Transformers #1Written by Brian RuckleyArt by Angel Hernandez, Cachet Whitman and Joana LafuenteLettering by Tom B. LongPublished by IDW PublishingReview by Justin Partridge‘Rama Rating: 8 out of 10 Credit: IDW Publishing IDW Publishing is looking to kick start a
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Credit: Marvel Comics Credit: Marvel Comics An apparent teaser ad for an undisclosed project is in many of this week’s Marvel Comics titles. The full-page ad, shown at right, says “When two aggressive species share the same environment, evolution demands adaptation or dominance.” Newsarama has reached out to the publisher for comment. When speaking about
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Credit: Gabrielle Dell’Otto (DC) Credit: Jock (DC) The Batman Who Laughs: The Grim Knight #1Written by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IVArt by Eduardo Risso and Dave StewartLettering by Sal CiprianoPublished by DC Comics‘Rama Rating: 7 out of 10 Credit: Eduardo Risso/Dave Stewart/Sal Cipriano (DC) If you’ve been reading Scott Snyder and Jock’s The Batman
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Credit: Margins Publishing Press Release DATES is an anthology of queer historical fiction, telling stories of affirmation and acceptance about queer folks throughout time and across the world. Publisher Margins Publishing has previously funded two volumes of DATES through Kickstarter, and the campaign for the third volume (subtitled “ADVENTURE”) is running now. Credit: Margins Publishing
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Credit: Kirk Scroggs (DC/DC Zoom) Credit: Kirk Scroggs (DC/DC Zoom) DC’s Swamp Thing is being revamped for a Diary of a Wimpy Kid-style OGN titled The Secret Spiral of Swamp Kid. Scheduled to debut October 1 through the DC Zoom imprint, The Secret Spiral of Swamp Kid by writer/artist Kirk Scroggs is a dramatic reimagination
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Credit: Warner Bros. Director Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy is returning to theaters to coincide with the 80th anniversary of Batman’s first appearance, according to Variety. All three Christian Bale-led films will be shown in IMAX in New York City, San Francisco, Toronto, Indianapolis, and Hollywood. “Christopher Nolan broke new ground with the Dark Knight
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Credit: The CW Todd Helbing Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com The CW’s The Flash is getting a new showrunner for it’s sixth season coming this fall. Current showrunner Todd Helbing is stepping down at the conclusion of the current fifth season to focus on development for Warner Bros. Television, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Helbing has
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Credit: Dustin Nguyen (Image Comics) Credit: Dustin Nguyen (Image Comics) Writer Jeff Lemire and artist Dustin Nguyen are returning to the world of Descender for an all-new series, aptly titled Ascender. Once again at Image Comics, this upcoming series is set 10 years after the previous series and focuses on Mila, the younger daughter of
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Credit: Marvel Comics Credit: Marvel Comics Marvel Studios is developing an animated series based on the memorable What If? title for the upcoming Disney+ streaming service, according to SlashFilm. Like the original comic book series, Disney+’s What If? would reportedly be standalone stories playing out alternate versions of memorable moments from Marvel history; one specific
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Check out a preview of this week’s George R.R. Martin’s A Clash of Kings #16. George R. R. Martin’s A Clash of Kings #16writer: George R.R. Martin, Landry Q. Walkerartist: Mel Rubicovers: Mike Miller (A), Mel Rubi (B)FC  |  32 pages  |  $3.99  |   Mature  George R.R. Martin’s epic A Song of Ice and Fire
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Credit: Chris Visions (AfterShock Comics) Credit: Chris Visions (AfterShock Comics) Writer Christopher Sebela and artist Chris Visions are reuniting for a new creator-owned series titled Trust Fall with AfterShock Comics. The duo first worked together on 2014’s Dead Letters for BOOM! Studios. “Having worked with Chris before, it’s always a pleasure and I’m excited to
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Credit: Leinil Francis Yu (Marvel Comics/Icon) Credit: Ryōji Minagawa (VIZ Media) Anime series based on Super Crooks and SPRIGGAN are in development at Netflix, according to Variety. Super Crooks is an adaptation of Mark Millar and Lienil Yu’s 2012 Marvel/Icon series of the same name, which Netflix acquired as part of its purchase of Millarworld
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