Archive for October 28, 2017
Despite losing some viewers following Glenn’s horrific exit from the show last season, The Walking Dead still remains a ratings power-house and continues to enjoy a following that’s just as rabid and persistent as the show’s zombies.
Since its debut back on Halloween of 2010, the adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s ongoing survival comic has become a cultural phenomenon, spawning a number of video games and other popular TV series, including Talking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead. The show most recently debuted its eighth season on October 22nd, which many deemed a return to form, in its ...
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The solo Punisher series is to rumors and speculation what protagonist Frank Castle’s enemies are to bullets: riddled with them.
The new show is finally hitting Netflix streaming on November 17, and it’s taken a weird path to get there. Jon Bernthal’s version of Frank Castle, who debuted in the second season of Daredevil, was easily the best live-action version to date. Obviously, fans wanted more of him, but Marvel denied the solo project was even in the works. We had no idea when we would get more time with the ultraviolent antihero.
During the wait, we’ve soaked up all the rumors and hard news we can, which ...
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A new Justice League six-second bumper from Warner Bros. features Ray Fisher’s Cyborg for the first time on film uttering the character’s signature catchphrase “Booyah.” The inclusion of the catchphrase, along with certain other images featured in Justice League marketing, seems to indicate that the newest DCEU film will try to lighten the tone a least a little after the super-intensity of Zack Snyder’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.
The somewhat self-explanatory character Cyborg made his DCEU debut in Batman V Superman, and is set to have a greatly expanded role in Justice League, along with a new origin story dreamed up just for the movies. The character was first introduced in comic books in the ’80s, and later became a popular fixture on the Teen Titans animated series, voiced by Khary Payton. It was on Teen Titans that Cyborg became associated with the exclamation ...
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James Gunn is asking Marvel and DC Comics fans to quit bickering and simply get along with each other. As a filmmaker, it pains Gunn – who’s responsible for helming 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy and 2017’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 for Marvel Studios – to see comic book fans constantly wage war with each other over which studios’ movies are better. The answer is obviously subjective, with fans siding with their respective brands of choice.
Arguments between fans are common in all industries – not just movies and not just with comic book adaptations – but it seems the divisiveness between fans of DC’s film universe and that of ...
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Pokémon is a multimedia juggernaut. Branching out into video games, anime, magna, and beyond, Pokémon is not slowing down at all, even though it’s been around for almost two decades.
There are many reasons why Pokémon has endured and thrived. Anyone who loves the series is more than justified in having that opinion, as Pokémon is colorful, fun, and infectiously joyous. Pokémon is for everyone– both the young and the young at heart.
However, Pokémon is far from flawless. There are number of facts, concepts, and other aspects in the games and the anime that make very little sense. None of these logic holes or mistakes ruin the enjoyment of the series or make ...
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