Category Archives: Books

Hulu’s “Ghost Rider” and “Helstrom” Series…

Hulu has now picked up two new Marvel comic adaptations, and the streaming service will be bringing them to life very soon. Seeming to take over what Netflix was to Marvel, hosting the place for all it’s shows, Hulu has become the same thing. Recently, Hulu announced their two new Marvel shows… “Helstrom” and “Ghost Rider“.

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The Avengers 5 Greatest Villains


There is often a saying that surrounds anything that has heroes, “A hero is only as good as its villains” and to be honest without a good villain what is a hero? Today we will be going over the Avengers greatest villains. These villains are often the ones who create the biggest threats for the migthy superhero team and are known to cause near world ending events.

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Daniel Craig Says A Woman Should Play The Next James Bond, Does This Confirm A Common Fan Theory?

With his fifth film as the titular character James Bond is about to round the corner, Daniel Craig says he will no longer be playing 007 in any sequels. So, with a series that will never die, and a legacy as a character that must be carried on, who will play the next super spy? Daniel Craig has some ideas.

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“Game of Thrones” Season 8 Episode 3: Was It A Catastrophe?

The battle of Winterfell. The battle of the living vs the dead. What a battle it was, no episode in “Game of Thrones” history was anything like this one. Rocketing the season into full swing and bringing exactly what was expected after the last season ended.

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FANS WANT MORE!MORE!MORE! OF THE HOT SERIES BY ROBERT KIRKMAN, SCOTT GIMPLE & CHRIS BURNHAM, DIE!DIE!DIE!


Image/Skybound Entertainment is pleased to announce that Die!Die!Die! #6 and Die!Die!Die! #8 by Robert Kirkman (Oblivion Song, The Walking Dead), Scott Gimple (AMC’s The Walking Dead TV show), and Chris Burnham (Nameless) are being rushed back to print in order to keep up with customer demand for this boundary-pushing new series.

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Rami Malek Joins The Cast Of James Bond 25?

With Daniel Craig coming back as the titular super spy that is James Bond, he must have a villain who’s world ending or terrorist plans he must stop. Enter “Bohemian Rhapsody” star, Rami Malek, who after a video message confirmed he will be the villain in the oncoming James Bond film.

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“Game of Thrones” Season 8 Episode 2… The Big Setup

Let it begin.

The second episode of the eighth season had more impact than the last. Connections starting to form while others start to tear, no one is safe during this winter. Who will win the “Game of Thrones“?

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Rob Paulsen Interview At C2E2 2019

While attending C2E2 2019 this weekend, our own Nick Kelley caught up with the infamous Rob Paulsen (“Animaniacs“, “Pinky and the Brain“, “TMNTand so many more) on upcoming projects, Animaniacs In Concert, and his upcoming book!

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Jake’s Take: Netflix’s “The Umbrella Academy” Review

Is This A New Twist Or Is It Just Twisted

Netflix has never been shy about picking up shows, some are amazing, some are bland, and others just float around. “The Umbrella Academy” seems to fit into all these categories but none all at the same time. It adds a new take on the superhero genre while also introducing casual audiences to something other than Marvel or DC heroes. I can without a doubt tell you I had never heard of this comic series until the show dropped on Netflix, but I’m glad it did and it is an incredible thing for it’s creator Gerard Way has made.

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