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  • Top: Bert Lahr, Liza Minnelli, Red and Valentina Skelton, Richard and Peter Boone, Bottom: Danny Kaye, Dick Van Dyke, Gregory Peck
    Oz on Film, Part Thirty-nine: From the Big Screen to the Small Screen
    While the tales of MGM’s The Wizard of Oz doing poorly on its theatrical release are demonstrably false, it is undeniable that its status as a great American classic was cemented by the almost uninterrupted annual showings of the movie on...
  • ComicFest 2014
    Free Comic Book Day, Halloween Style Returns!
    After 12 years of celebrating 11 years of celebrating Free Comic Book Day (FCBD) on the first Saturday in May, the comicbook industry has turned (for the second year in a row) its attention to that “traditional” day where stuff is...
  • The fictional Totoro
    Studio Ghibli's Totoro is an actual real life animal now
    Everyone's favorite neighbor (not named Mr. Rogers or Spider-Man) is now officially a real animal. Scientists recently named an extremely rare velvet worm after the magical creature Totoro which was the star of the beloved 1988 anime "My...
  • Visit the Hall of Heroes at the Arizona State Fair
    Visit the Hall of Heroes at the Arizona State Fair
    If you’re anywhere near Phoenix, Ariz. between now and November 2, 2014 you’ll want to make a stop at the Arizona State Fair. A special exhibit building has been transformed into the Hall of Heroes where fair attendees can interact...
  • James Spader at SanDiego Comic con
    Age of Ultron trailer ties strings to moviegoers
    About two days ago the first trailer for the second Avengers movie, Age of Ultron, was finally released by Marvel Entertainment. Fans everywhere are raving about the voice acting of the amazing James Spader already.There is no doubt that Avengers...
  • Space Brothers
    Section23 Films unveils February 2015 release slate
    Earlier this week, Section23 Films revealed its planned release slate of anime that fans can look forward to seeing in stores in February of next year, including titles from publishers Sentai Filmworks and Maiden Japan.The first week of February...
  • Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #4 sneak peek
    Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #4 sneak peek
    Next week we get a new Doctor Who comic. Thanks to Titan Comics I get to bring you a sneak peek of Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #4. This issue is written by Al Ewing with art by Boo Cook. Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #4 will be available...
  • Batman (1989)
    25 years later, 'Batman' is still a twisted (if slightly flawed) fantasy
    Time exposes cracks in all of us. The imperfections are all the more obvious the brighter the light, and no light shines brighter than those in Tinseltown. Twenty-five years ago, Tim Burton's "Batman" hit movie theaters. Tonight, the...
  • Age of Ultron
    The Marvel cinematic universe just got a whole lot darker
    The tone of the Marvel cinematic universe had been shifting for awhile now, but with the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" trailer, we now see the full shift in tone that will no doubt affect many Marvel properties. Yesterday, Marvel released a...
  • FOX's Gotham
    Episode recap: Gotham S.1, Ep. 3 — The Balloonman
    Gotham’s “The Balloonman” takes a much different tone than prior episodes— You can almost see the visible growing pains as it flexes, to find its footing within the market of genres. It is almost as-if the bloat of Gotham...
  • Mockingbird all geared up
    Take a look at Marvel's Mockingbird in costume from 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D'
    If you haven't heard yet, amid the over-saturated amount of daily comic book television news, Bobbi Morse aka Mockingbird has joined the underground team of S.H.I.E.L.D in the second season of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D". Played by a...
  • Deathstroke #1 review
    Deathstroke #1 review
    Here's yet another new series from DC Comics. Deathstroke #1 is written by Tony S. Daniel with art by Tony S. Daniel and Sandu Florea. This series is done in the view point of Deathstroke himself. Deathstroke, Slade Wilson, is a very...
  • Arkham Manor #1 review
    Arkham Manor #1 review
    This week DC Comics gave us a new series to become completely obsessed with. Arkaham Manor is written by Gerry Duggan with art by Shawn Crystal. Arkham Asylum has fallen apart and the inmates need a new place to live. So the mayor says move them...
  • 'Nerima Daikon Brothers' is perfect mix of animé, comedy, and music
    'Nerima Daikon Brothers' is perfect mix of anime, comedy, and rock n' roll
    A while back, this reviewer came across an anime series that after only seeing one episode, was instantly hooked on. It’s a rare gem that many people might not know about, but is directed by one of anime’s greatest (and most stylish)...
  • Holly's anime review: 'Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and Punisher'
    Holly's anime review: 'Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and Punisher'
    “Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and Punisher” is a film set in the “Marvel” Anime Universe. What starts out as a routine mission for the Punisher ends up a lot more complicated when he gets arrested by S.H.I.E.L.D. It...