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Marvel Movieverse Round-up

August 2, 2012

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It’s been a good few weeks for news from the Marvel cinematic universe! So here’s what you need to know to get up to speed: Christopher Eccleston (aka the slightly northern Doctor Who) is replacing Mads Mikkelsen as Malekith the Accursed in Thor: The Dark World. We’re anticipating a whole bundle of crossover fanart. We’re [...]

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Marvel Axes More Solo Female Titles, Surprises Few

November 19, 2011

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So, DC’s beating Marvel in the visible female character stakes? When the hell did this happen? Sure, DC hasn’t exactly been getting accolades all over the place for retconning Batgirl out of the wheelchair and for pretty much all of the first few issues of Voodoo. However: that doesn’t get Marvel a pass for getting [...]

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The Pull List – This Week in Comics

November 11, 2011

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Today’s pull list involves more Dark Ages fantasy adventures, a new magic-based superhero and the grimdarkest of X-Men. Demon Knights #3 Madame Xanadu starts off the book with a magic shielding spell that comes at a terrible price and Etrigan is pissed that his girlfriend now looks about 80. Oh, and barbarians are still knocking [...]

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The Pull List – This Week in Comics

November 3, 2011

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And we’re back for another batch of mini-reviews. So, what’s good this week? The answer is pretty much: Animal Man. But you probably already knew that. Stormwatch #3 Stormwatch continues to fight the Moon, Apollo and Midnighter finally teams up with Stormwatch proper to help against this week’s threat to earth. Some great fleshing out [...]

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The Pull List – This Week in Comics

October 27, 2011

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Same Bat-time, same Bat-channel, it’s your weekly round up of some new releases in the world of comics. Voodoo #2 DC’s alien stripper superheroine is back for issue #2 and it’s… not quite what I was expecting from issue #1. Now the first issue of Voodoo, I definitely had to agree with Rich Johnston on [...]

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It’s The End of the World as We Know It and The TV’s Great

October 21, 2011

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The Apocalypse is due today. What will you be doing to commemorate the occasion? I’m thinking marathoning a TV show just to get into the spirit of things. So here are five of the top TV Apocalypses (plus a few postapocalyptic situations) for your viewing pleasure: 5. Survivors British TV has a gift for the [...]

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The Pull List – This Week in Comics

October 20, 2011

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And we’re back for another roundup of what’s going on with new comic releases this week, this time featuring the redheaded stepchild Robin, Wolverine once again getting his orientalism on and the crossover no one was expecting if they didn’t already know about the Star Trek/Transformers/GI Joe/Ghostbusters/Zombies crossover from early this year. Red Hood and [...]

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The Pull List – This Week in Comics

October 13, 2011

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Angel vs. Etrigan, match up for the ages. Image via JD Hancock

Morning chaps, Comics Czar Jac here with a runaround of the top titles coming out this week!

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Black Swan interns sue Fox Searchlight for shoddy internship

September 29, 2011

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Two former interns who put in work on Black Swan are suing Fox Searchlight Pictures for unfairly using unpaid internships as labour during the film’s production. The lawsuit states: Fox Searchlight’s unpaid interns are a crucial labor force on its productions, functioning as production assistants and bookkeepers and performing secretarial and janitorial work. In misclassifying [...]

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Six of our Favourite Moments from Doctor Who Series 6

September 22, 2011

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Settling in for the final episode of Doctor Who series 6? It’s been a great run, but all things must come to an end, usually around episode 13 (unless we’re also counting Christmas). So in anticipation of The Wedding of River Song, here are 6 of our favourite bits of series 6.

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