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Supergirl tv show update: Melissa Benoist pictures revealed 



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That’s Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El, in what’s the first image to be released from Supergirl, the new pilot from Warner Bros.

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Melissa Benoist Pics as Supergirl REVEALED!

CBS just gave us a first look at actress Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El, a.k.a. Supergirl, last daughter of Krypton. Here are fast facts about the new series. 286 more words

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The Incredible Hulk (1974) - #172 : Herb Trimpe


“And Canst Thou Slay… The Juggernaut?”: The Hulk is a prisoner at The Hulkbuster base. Through some trickery, The Hulkbusters find themselves facing the Juggernaut. Hulk and Juggernaut team to battle The Hulkbusters who are aided by The X-Men.

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New Spawn writer and artist bring fans Spawn: Resurrection

New series writer and Eisner Award-winner Paul Jenkins teams up with artist Jonboy Meyers to shed light on Al Simmons’ tragic past in the collectible issue,  99 more words

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Week in Geek 3.6.15

Week in Geek – a roundup of science, technology and pop culture news with commentary each Friday

Talkin’ ‘Bout Comics

One of the best developments that came out of… 2,856 more words

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Exclusive Preview: Frankenstein Faces The End In Next Week's 'New 52: Future's End'

It’s hard to believe we’re coming up on the finale of Future’s End; the book has been running for almost a full year at this point, following up on a multitude of plotlines and ideas for various DC series that we never saw. 32 more words

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Preview: Garfield #35: His 9 Lives, Part 3 (of 4)

Garfield #35: His 9 Lives, Part 3 (of 4)

Imprint: KaBOOM!

Author: Scott Nickel
Artists: Brittney Williams, Andy Hirsch

The trip through Garfield’s 9 Lives continues, as Brittney Williams illustrates a tale of Garfield’s adventures as a Golden-Age Superhero in “Super Cat,” while Andy Hirsch brings us the story of Garfield’s days as a Private Eye in “Sam Spayed.” 32 more words

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