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Batman 75th Anniversary Posters

Since Batman first appeared in 1939 the tragic orphan turned vigilante has starred in countless comics by talented people including Frank Miller, Grant Morrison, Jim Lee, Neal Adams, Jerry Robinson, Gardner Fox, Carmine Infantino, Alan Moore and Neil Gaiman. 59 more words


17th July: Behind the Scenes of the Big Bang Theory

Thursday 17/07/2014
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Having formulated a schedule about our movements to the day the evening before, we both ignored the alarm that went off at 9am and slept for another hour! 2,292 more words

Warner Brothers Options DRAGONRIDERS OF PERN

Deadline is reporting that Warner Brothers has optioned the film rights to the massive Dragonriders of Pern series of novels by Anne McCaffrey and her son, Scott McCaffrey. 352 more words


Comic Con and Hall H

Comic Con 2014 was my first Comic-Con. I was there networking for a film I’m producing Wraith of Love. Not that I haven’t followed it in previous years or never been to another convention, but San Diego Comic-Con is something special. 837 more words

Why I Am More Worried Than Ever That Batman V Superman Will Disappoint.

After reading the multiple posts and articles all over the interwebs stating that “DC Won Comic-Con” and “Batman V Superman just beat Avengers” in response to the footage shown at Comic-Con that had also since leaked to the internet, I felt that I should openly express my level of concern that Warner Brothers is once again setting us all up for disappointment. 1,241 more words

Comic Books/Comic Book Movies

Video: Trailer for "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies"

Well it’s finally here, the first full trailer for the final leg of Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy…

The plot reads:

“Having reclaimed their homeland from the Dragon Smaug, the Company has unwittingly unleashed a deadly force into the world. 138 more words


It Was on at Comic-Con

The San Diego Comic-Con wrapped up yesterday, although all the good stuff happened between Thursday and Saturday, and the whole event was chock-full of major reveals and announcements.   1,603 more words