Month: July 2018

In this second era of Harry Potter content, it can be hard to forget a time before the boy wizard and his magical world ruled the internet. Harry Potter and the internet are so inextricably intertwined. Star Trek fandom may have written many of the rules of modern slash fanfiction. The X-Files fandom gave us the term
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The weirdest team in all of comics is getting a live-action TV series, thanks to DC TV mastermind Greg Berlanti. The Doom Patrol, which is set to first be introduced on the upcoming Titans TV show, will spin off into its own series on the DC Universe digital service. Doom Patrol has received a 13-episode, straight-to-series
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The first trailer for Digimon Survive showcases a shocking return for the franchise.  Video of Digimon Survive – PS4/XB1/SWITCH/PC Digital – Another World (Announcement Trailer) While the Digimon property hasn’t been entirely dormant in recent years, it’s been quite some time since we’ve seen a Digimon game that felt like more than a stroll down
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At its best, the horror anthology serves as a delicious amuse-bouche of scares. Ideally, the spread will feature complementary flavours and textures but in life, you rarely get exactly what you want. Mick Garris’ new horror anthology, Nightmare Cinema, is frankly a mix of good and bad. Featuring five filmmakers and six short films, Nightmare
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Preacher Season 3 is now airing on AMC. The show stars Dominic Cooper as a preacher turned criminal named Jesse Custer, Ruth Negga as the outlaw Tulip, and Joseph Gilgun as the Irish vampire Cassidy. Together, they’re on a road trip across the United States to find God, who’s gone missing from Heaven.  Last season saw
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After 20 movies, scratch that…20 wildly successful movies, Marvel Studios, for all of their crowd-pleasing accomplishments, has managed to deliver us exactly three truly memorable villains (Tom Hiddleston’s Loki, Michael Keaton’s Vulture, and Josh Brolin’s Thanos, in case you had to ask). To use some Marvel-speak, we’re right on the cusp of “Phase Four,” and four
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Mortal Kombat X and its comic tie-in had a running theme about family and living up to the previous generations. Not just in the young newcomer characters, but with a majority of the cast. Characters like Kotal Kahn, Mileena, and Goro fought in the name of their fathers and followed in their footsteps, while even
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This My Hero Academia review contains spoilers. My Hero Academia Episode 12 “The deeper the darkness around you, the brighter the light shines when a ray of hope appears.” The fight between good and evil is naturally full of ups and downs as the two warring sides fluctuate in power. Sometimes darkness reigns and strangles
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For the last two years, Joshua Williamson has been steering the adventures of Barry Allen and the rest of the Flash family in the pages of The Flash for DC Comics. In the wake of Wally West’s return in DC Rebirth in 2016, Williamson and a number of talented artists have delivered a book that
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We’ve been eagerly awaiting more news regarding BBC and production company Bad Wolf’s upcoming take on Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials novel series since it was announced, and today they’ve finally dropped a big one: basically the entire cast list. Dafne Keen (Logan) is playing young protagonist Lyra, and leading a rather impressive cast made up
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