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6.21 Patch Notes Review

Welcome to the 6.21 Patch Notes Review! It will be here that we discuss the upcoming patch and how it will affect the current meta. This will be the last patch before the big Preseason Update. 753 more words

League Of Legends

Coming to Amazon Prime 2016

July 1

  • 29 Palms (2002)
  • 48 HRS.
  • A Viking Saga: The Darkest Day
  • American Idiots
  • Another 48 HRS.
  • Battle For Terra
  • Battle Ground (2013)
  • Beer For My Horses…
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Television

Coming and Going on Netflix July 2016

Coming;

July 1

41 on 41
A Long Way From Home
Back to the Future
Back to the Future Part II
Back to the Future Part III… 491 more words

Television

"ARROW" ADDS CHAD COLEMAN FOR SEASON 5

Chad Coleman to the cast for the upcoming fifth season as a new character created for the show, named Tobias Church. Tobias Church is described as  “…an imposing gangster looking to unite the various criminal enterprises in Star City under his own singular command.” He’ll make his debut in the first episode of “Arrow” Season 5.

Comics

JAMIE CHUNG IS CAST AS VALERIE VALE ON GOTHAM

Jamie Chung, known by fans as Mulan on ABC’s “Once Upon a Time,” has joined “Gotham’s” third season in a recurring role as Valerie Vale. Vale is described as a reporter for the Gotham Gazette — a “crackerjack” one “dead set on uncovering the truth behind Indian Hill.”

Comics

Tricia Helfer Joins Cast of Lucifer

Tricia Helfer will join season two of Lucifer according to TVLine.  Helfer’s credits include Battlestar Galactica, Powers, Con Man and Mass Effect 2. Her new character’s official description is as follows: 146 more words

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The Flash Doing Flashpoint

That’s right kids! Grant Gustin hit twitter to let us know the title of the season 3 premiere is Flashpoint.

For the comic rookies out there (like me) who may not be familiar, Flashpoint,written by Geoff Johns, preceded DC Comics’ 2011 relaunch of 52 of its titles — dubbed The New 52 — where storylines converged for a crossover arc. 

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