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One of the last new books announced pre-pandemic was Black Widow from Kelly Thompson (Captain Marvel), Elena Casagrande (Catwoman) and Jordie Bellaire (lots of things that won Eisners). Now that comics publishing is chugging along again, Marvel is celebrating this book’s return to the schedule with a new trailer, and holy cats look at that
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Presented by:  This story appears in the Den of Geek x eBay special edition trading card magazine. Outlander fans are passionate collectors of themed merchandise. Jamie and Claire’s Funko Pops from Season 1 are frequently sold for hundreds of dollars on eBay. Hot Topic and Torrid’s Outlander themed collections sell out every time they are offered. AbbyShot
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This Muppets Now review contains spoilers. Muppets Now Episode 2 Last week, Disney+ started its new series Muppets Now, hoping to keep the beloved Jim Henson franchise relevant in modern times. Sadly, they didn’t put their best foot forward and the debut episode was a lacking experiment. The concept of it being an unscripted Muppet
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Poe Dameron’s criminal backstory in The Rise of Skywalker surprised a lot of people. For Latinx fans who found casting Oscar Isaac as a drug-runner an offensive stereotype and comic book readers interested in Poe’s New Republic days, the backstory just didn’t seem to fit. Unfortunately, Poe Dameron: Free Fall, the new YA novel by
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Divergent—both the 2011 book and the 2014 film—belongs to a simpler time. A time when our fictional dystopias weren’t in such close competition with our real-life dystopia. If you’d like to spend a few hours escaping into that simpler time, Divergent book author Veronica Roth (whose latest book, an adult speculative fiction thriller called Chosen
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The following contains spoilers for The Umbrella Academy season 2. One of the most exciting parts of any new superhero story is finding out the characters’ respective powers and how they affect their lives and personalities.  Such was the case in The Umbrella Academy season 1. And strangely enough, such is the case in The
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Black is King is the visual album for the soundtrack The Lion King: The Gift, based on the 2019 live action Lion King, adapted from the 1994 animated film of the same name. It takes the story of the Lion King and reconceptualizes it around a Black boy, Simba in human form. Like the album,
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WWE formally announced last week that it had canceled the SummerSlam live event scheduled to take place in Boston on Aug. 23 and stream live on WWE Network. The show itself isn’t canceled, but Boston mayor Marty Walsh made it clear that events with crowds would not be permitted in his city (smart move) due
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How quickly corporate adversaries become fast friends. That is at least the outward appearance Universal Pictures and AMC Theatres wished to project in the announcement of their historic agreement to reduce the theatrical window of Universal releases to as little as 17 days. Under the arrangement revealed Tuesday, films distributed by Universal and Focus Features
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In news that is bound to make you say “wait, that wasn’t official yet?”, the 2020 Emmy Awards are now set to be a virtual ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic. Producers of this year’s show, including host Jimmy Kimmel, composed and sent a letter to select acting nominees revealing that the show will operate
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Staffers for the large-screen theatrical format IMAX were among the lucky first viewers to get a look at Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, his sci-fi action thriller which will arrive in theaters on September 2 in North America (a week earlier internationally), pending coronavirus developments. According to Deadline, IMAX employees were given a chance to see the