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TRADING UP: THE LONE RANGER VOL. 4: A WILD WEST ADVENTURE THAT KNOCKS YOUR SOCKS OFF
01/10/12 @ 11:23 am EST
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 In time for the new Lone Ranger series comes this collection of the highly adventurous final issues of the previous series. Gathering The Lone Ranger #17-25 from long time creators Brett Matthews and Sergio Cariello, this collection is a fitting place to start for those new to the masked man of old.

Beginning with a largely silent, Indiana Jones-like sequence involving the Ranger, Tonto and a stolen stage coach is…

For the full review, visist: Trading Up: The Lone Ranger Vol. 4: A Wild West Adventure That Knocks Your Socks Off
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HENRY CAVILL TEASES BATMAN V. SUPERMAN MOMENT
03/30/15 @ 6:54 pm EST
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Appearing as a presenter at the 2015 Jameson Empire Awards, Henry Cavill fielded a few questions about Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.

According to Cavill, it’s been a while since he actually wore the Superman costume.

“The last time I wore the suit…it’s been a while…it was in New Mexico in November, mid-November,” Cavill says.

Cavill remains quiet on details of Superman’s battle with Batman, but did tease one particular moment.

“Unfortunately, I really can’t say anything about that,” Cavill deflected. “I wish that I could. Believe me, I wish that I could…There is a firm handshake at some stage, yes.”
RYAN REYNOLDS FIGHTING FOR DEADPOOL TO BE R-RATED
03/30/15 @ 6:48 pm EST
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The rating for the upcoming Deadpool movie has been a point of some contention. Many fans feel that a Deadpool movie can’t be done properly without the gory freedom of an R rating, but to give it such a rating may hurt the film’s chances of box office success by preventing Wade’s teenaged fans from getting in on the fun.

Star Ryan Reynolds posted to Twitter today, responding to a question about the rating. Seems he’s fighting hard, even yelling, to try to get Deadpool an R rating.

Ryan Reynolds: “@DPklok051: Is it going to be rated R or PG-13?" I want #Deadpool to be R. Always have. Fighting the good fight still. Lotta yelling today.

Deadpool is currently filming and will open in theaters February 12, 2016.
BREAKING: HAWKGIRL CAST IN ARROW/THE FLASH SPINOFF
03/30/15 @ 6:36 pm EST
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Hawkgirl will be one of the three mystery superheroes appearing in the forthcoming CW series that spins out of The Flash and Arrow, Deadline reports.

Ciara Renée, who just made her TV debut last year on Law & Order: SVU, has landed the role of Kendra Saunders, which the report characterizes as a lead.

This calls into question the notion that the remaining leads would be characters never seen before on TV; Hawkgirl has appeared extensively in animation and even in live-action during Smallville. That said, the initial rumor only said that there would be three never-before-seen heroes, not that those heroes would be the same as the three leads who were out for casting. The logic just seemed to make sense.

The cast so far includes Brandon Routh as The Atom, Wentworth Miller as Captain Cold, Dominic Purcell as Heat Wave, Victor Garber as Dr. Martin Stein and Caity Lotz in an as-yet-undisclosed role expected to be Sara Lance, her character from Arrow who died at the start of this season.
DRIVER DIES AFTER CAR CRASHES INTO MILE HIGH COMICS
03/30/15 @ 9:55 am EST
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Denver CBS News is reporting that yesterday a car drove into the Mile High Comics warehouse in Denver, killing the driver.

No one else was on premises at the time.

Owner Chuck Rozanski talked to the TV station, telling them that the police told him the driver was a 17-year-old woman. She has not been named at this time.
HOLY REPEATS! WEST, WARD TO REPRISE BATMAN & ROBIN ROLES IN 50TH ANNIVERSARY FILM
03/30/15 @ 9:49 am EST
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Adam West and Burt Ward are suiting up as Batman and Robin one more time (well, kinda), according to a report over on Consequence of Sound.

The former dynamic duo revealed during the Mad Monster Party horror convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, that they will be involved in a new animated Batman feature film created to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the iconic "Batman '66" TV show.

Ward told the audience that they can "look forward to a new animated Batman full-length 90-minute feature coming out on the 50th anniversary -- one of possibly two, but for sure one that Adam and I are going to be doing the voices for."

The news comes after a resurgence in interest in the classic series, which has included the release of "Batman '66" on Blu-ray, a new digital-first comic series from DC Comics, and the introduction of aline of action figures. No further details have been revealed. (Source: CBR)
THE ROCK "HULKS OUT" AS OBAMA ON SNL
03/30/15 @ 7:11 am EST
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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson hosted "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend, and both he and Sasheer Zamata's Obamas literally Huked out!

An excellent series of sketches involving Luther, President Obama's "anger translator," may be better at expressing what Obama seems to be suppressing, but in terms of a pure sight gag, The Rock Obama rules.

The return of this character provides a flipbook's worth of great reaction shots from Jay Pharoah's Barack before his Hulk-like transition. After he gets fed up with Ted Cruz, John Boehner, and Tom Cotton, thus satisfying the topical demands of a cold open, Pharoah morphs into Johnson, and people start flying through windows.

The twist of this iteration is that when Zamata's Michelle Obama gets mad, she undergoes a similar transformation into She Rock Obama, played by Leslie Jones ... in the exact way you would want it to be!

KIDS TAKE 'SUPERHERO CHALLENGE' TO FIGHT CHILD ABUSE
03/30/15 @ 7:00 am EST
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And they're off! The Superhero Challenge.

In Tulsa, Oklahoma, superheroes of all shapes and sizes competed in the second annual Superhero Challenge.

The obstacle course event is held to support the Child Abuse Network.Parents and their children dress up as superheroes, and then compete in obstacle courses designed for various age groups.

"The costumes are amazing. I didn't think I was going to see anything better than what I saw last year, but I've been totally wrong. The kids have so much fun," said Adrienne Barnett of the Child Abuse Network.

Proceeds from the event went to the Child Abuse Network. The non-profit works to assist in child abuse investigations in the Tulsa area.
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD TEASER TRAILER
03/30/15 @ 6:54 am EST
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“A strange virus is going around…” The teaser trailer for the Walking Dead spinoff… Fear The Walking Dead, has been released, This time they focus on the start of the outbreak in Los Angeles.

Fear the Walking Dead premieres Summer 2015. Only on AMC.

Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unWdvWPmiPk
ECCC: IT'S MARVEL ON SUNDAY, WITH STAR WARS NEWS
03/30/15 @ 6:47 am EST
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On Sunday at the Emerald City Comicon, "Darth Vader" writer Kieron Gillen, "Princess Leia" artist Terry Dodson, "Silk" artist Stacey Lee, "Spider-Gwen" artist Robbi Rodriguez, Marvel VP of International Business Development C.B. Cebulski and Marvel Executive Editor Mike Marts were all on hand for Marvel's final panel of the convention, "Marvel: Next Big Thing."

And we have Star Wars news!

In lieu of a presentation, the panelists opened things up to audience Q&A from the start. Chance for a "Star Wars"/"Guardians of the Galaxy" crossover? "The Marvel Universe and the Star Wars Universe have existed independently for so long and so successfully, the plan for now is to keep them separate," Marts replied.



"Prince Leia" #5 cover by Terry Dodson.



Is it limiting at all to tell "Star Wars" stories between Episode IV and V? "No," Gillen said. "I always write with an end in mind. Even 'Uncanny X-Men.' I know these larger structures -- what's the most interesting thing to happen between A and B? It's less of a limitation and more of an opportunity."

Dodson agreed. "We know it's a fairly narrow scope, we're not trying to fill the whole gap in," he said of "Princess Leia," adding that the title character has a lot of potential to explore further.

"You never know exactly how much time has passed," Cebulski said of the gap between "A New Hope" and "Empire Strikes Back," as opposed to the period between "Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi."

Cebulski told the panel that as a kid, "Star Wars" first arc series artist John Cassaday drew a comic with what he guessed might happen after "Star Wars," pre-"Empire Strikes Back."

A fan asked why the "Star Wars" comics are under the Marvel banner, not a separate imprint. Cebulski pointed out that the first "Star Wars" comics were published by Marvel, so it was a "natural fit" to do it again. "It really was just a marketing decision that worked well for both [Marvel and Lucasfilm]."

Cebulski said that next month's Star Wars Celebration event will include announcements of new Marvel Star Wars comics. (Source: CBR)
ECCC: KEVIN EASTMAN IS NOW EXCLUSIVE TO IDW
03/30/15 @ 6:30 am EST
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He just killed off one of his turtles. Okay, not really.

But Kevin Eastman is definitely back on track as far as comic books are concerned.

And now the co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has signed an exclusive contract with IDW, announced at ECCC.

Wich means, as well as the Turtles, the reprints and the IDW Limited editions, he has a number of new projects coming from the publisher, And will be working from IDW’s headquarters in San Diego, with an office in the building and his artwork in the San Diego Comic Art Gallery. (Source: Bleeding Cool)



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Updated: 03/30/15 @ 6:54 pm

1. HENRY CAVILL TEASES BATMAN V. SUPERMAN MOMENT

2. RYAN REYNOLDS FIGHTING FOR DEADPOOL TO BE R-RATED

3. BREAKING: HAWKGIRL CAST IN ARROW/THE FLASH SPINOFF

4. DRIVER DIES AFTER CAR CRASHES INTO MILE HIGH COMICS

5. HOLY REPEATS! WEST, WARD TO REPRISE BATMAN & ROBIN ROLES IN 50TH ANNIVERSARY FILM

 

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Updated: 03/30/15 @ 6:54 pm

1. HENRY CAVILL TEASES BATMAN V. SUPERMAN MOMENT

2. RYAN REYNOLDS FIGHTING FOR DEADPOOL TO BE R-RATED

3. BREAKING: HAWKGIRL CAST IN ARROW/THE FLASH SPINOFF

4. DRIVER DIES AFTER CAR CRASHES INTO MILE HIGH COMICS

5. HOLY REPEATS! WEST, WARD TO REPRISE BATMAN & ROBIN ROLES IN 50TH ANNIVERSARY FILM



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