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Various reports have stated that Marvel and Paramount have decided to move the feature Thor to May 4th 2011. Reports state that since Sony has delayed production of Spiderman 4, which was to bow on May 6th 2011, Marvel decided to take that slot for the Thor feature. Thor was also slated to go head to head with DC/WB’s Green Lantern feature.  

Halo Legends, an all-new, CG and traditional anime PG-13 experience that presents enthralling new stories from one of the world’s most popular video game franchises, will be distributed February 16, 2010 by Warner Home Video as a Special Edition 2-disc version on DVD and Blu-Ray™, as well as single disc DVD, On Demand and Digital Download.  

BRUCE DAVISON MAKES ANIMATION VOICEOVER DEBUT IN JUSTICE LEAGUE: CRISIS ON TWO EARTHS Bruce Davison is no stranger to political office – at least in a fictional situation. He’s played an ambassador, senator, congressman and judge, but Davison steps up in class – in his first voiceover for animation – as President Wilson in Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, an all-new DC Universe Animated Original PG-13 Movie coming February 23, 2010 from Warner Premiere, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation.  

So, all this talk of the Defendor movie starring Woody Harrelson as a bumbling want to be superhero chasing an arch enemy has been all over the internet. Don’t really care for the comedy movies that make fun of Superhero’s in general. I know some people find them funny and that’s cool, but I don’t generally care for them. Any who, here’s the trailer none the less. You be the judge.  

Flower Mound, TX – January 4, 2010 – FUNimation Entertainment announced today that it now has U.S. home video distribution rights to 15 live action films from Celestial Filmed Entertainment, Inc.’s expansive film collection featuring films by those known as “the Kung Fu masters”: the Shaw Brothers  

Mini-Marvels cartoonist Chris Giarrusso brings his superhero hit G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS to the interactive computer screen once again! While most comic books are taking a week off, Mini Marvels cartoonist Chris Giarrusso invites fans to fill that time with G-MAN: CAPE CRISIS: ESCAPE FROM DARK FOREST, the all-new video game featuring his beloved creator-owned superhero!  

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Devour your fill of Army of Darkness in the first ever Army of Darkness Omnibus now available for order through Diamond Previews! S-Mart worker, horror hero and professional zombie killer Ash Williams is back in over 450 pages of Dynamite’s Army of Darkness written by Andy (Danger Girl) Hartnell, James (Freddy vs. Ash vs. Jason) Kuhoric, Robert (The Walking Dead) Kirkman and many more!  

CHEW, the highly acclaimed new series by writer John Layman and artist Rob Guillory, continues its second story arc, “International Flavor” with yet another complete distribution-level sell out!  

Takashi Natsume can see spirits and demons that hide from the rest of humanity. He has always been set apart from other people because of his gift, drifting from relative to relative, never fitting in. Now he’s a troubled high school student who has come to live in a small town where his grandmother, Reiko, grew up. And there he discovers that he has inherited more than just the power of Sight from the mysterious Reiko. When Reiko was Takashi’s age, she bound the names of demons and spirits in her Book of Friends, enslaving them to her every capricious whim. Now Takashi is the owner of the book, and the creatures will do anything to get their names back.  

Before Luke Skywalker…before Flash Gordon…there was BUCK ROGERS! With his trusty ray gun and jet pack, trailblazing hero and sci-fi icon Buck Rogers finds himself out of his time in into the future! The inspiration for countless sci-fi heroes finds new life in Dynamite Entertainment’s Buck Rogers, written by Scott Beatty and illustrated by artists Carlos Rafael and Carlos Lopez. Now, for the first time ever, Buck Rogers fans can own the first story arc “Future Shock” in one gorgeous hardcover collection now available for order through Diamond Previews!  

This March the effects of IMAGE UNITED go global with a glimpse of the crossover’s impact on INVINCIBLE and many other Image Comics favorites in the one-shot event, IMAGE UNITED: INTERLUDE!  

John Stewart Get’s the Green Light A Review of Green Lantern #49 By: Andrew Sanford Slight Spoiler Alert Most superheroes are haunted by some sort of personal tragedy or failing. For Green Lantern John Stewart, that may be speaking a little lightly. During the DC miniseries event Cosmic Odyssey back in 1989, Stewart failed to save the planet of Xanshi from being destroyed. This tragedy left Stewart a shell of his former, more arrogant persona. Now a more serious character, Stewart has spent years trying to amend for the death of millions but with Blackest Night in full swing, those millions may not give him the chance.  

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