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John Wesley Shipp, currently playing the role of Henry Allen on the current CW hit “The Flash”and the original Barry Allen in the 90’s version of The FLash TV show, spoke with about being cast as Barry’s father, the future of The Flash and his first time at San Diego Comic Con.  

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We need to talk about Iron Fist. I know what you’re thinking. “Why does it matter that a white actor was casted in a role intended for a white male to play?” In a time riddled with wars over adversity, there is a massive missed opportunity on Marvel’s part to create a role for an Asian American character to be the first on screen representation of a culture that this comic line is derived from.  

New York Times bestselling writer/creator Robert Kirkman (OUTCAST BY KIRKMAN & AZACETA, INVINCIBLE), Eisner award nominated artist and co-conspirator Charlie Adlard, inker Stefano Gaudiano, and greyscalist Cliff Rathburn will launch a new story arc in the bestselling Skybound series THE WALKING DEAD.  

Image Comics/Skybound is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for any comics retailer who orders at least zero copies of THE WALKING DEAD #150.  

Sharing the latest DC Super Hero Girls animated short, Fall Into DC Super Hero High, debuting today on the DC Super Hero Girls website. In this week’s episode, the teenage Super Heroes get together for a special movie night. Harley Quinn has prepared the PERFECT film for the occasion – or so she thinks.  

THEORIES‘ “Burnt Concrete” from their recently-issued Regression full-length will be included in TONIGHT’s episode of You’re The Worst on FXX!  

Seattle’s favorite decibel abusers, THEORIES, will kick off a near three-week run of live demolitions later this week. Accompanied by iconic West Coast hardcore nihilists, The Infamous Gehenna, the band will level eighteen stages through five states from October 22nd through November 7th including a special Halloween matinee show at Los Globos with Catharsis, The Body, Thou, Full Of Hell and Heat Dust. See confirmed shows below.  

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The Original “The Man from UNCLE Movies – Now on Digital HD! As filmgoers go gaga over Guy Ritchie’s stylish and swinging origin story for “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” with Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment offers a chance to grove to the original U.N.C.L.E. team with Robert Vaughn and David McCallum as it’s neer been seen – in eye popping, crystal clear 1080p Digital HD!  

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The Doctor takes Romana for a holiday in Paris—a city which, like a fine wine, has a bouquet all its own. Especially if you visit during one of the vintage years. But the TARDIS takes them to 1979, a table-wine year, a year whose vintage is soured by cracks—not in their wine glasses, but in the very fabric of time itself.  

USA Network announced a pilot pick-up for BROOKLYN ANIMAL CONTROL. The project is written and executive produced by JT Petty (“Splinter Cell”). David S. Goyer (“Batman v Superman”), Circle of Confusion’s Rick Jacobs (“Spare Parts”) and David Alpert (“Walking Dead”), and IDW Entertainment’s David Ozer and Ted Adams (“30 Days of Night”), will also executive produce. BROOKLYN ANIMAL CONTROL is based on the IDW Publishing comic book created by Petty and is a co-production with Universal Cable Productions and IDW Entertainment.  

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When it premiered in 2011, HELL ON WHEELS was credited for helping to modernize the Western genre. “Imbued with epic sweep[1]”, the series tells the story of post-Civil War America and of Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount), a soldier who sets out to exact revenge on the Union soldiers who have killed his wife.  

Universal Cable Productions (UCP) continues to expand its powerhouse producing talent and build upon the studio’s genre footprint by signing a first-look deal with legendary comic book publisher, Dark Horse Entertainment (“The Mask,” “Hellboy”). The deal announced today will focus on developing and producing scripted programming from their extensive comics library as well as new material. Discussions for the deal began at Comic Con in 2014 when Dark Horse introduced UCP executives to some of their top writers and artists. Over the last year, those conversations continued and have yielded multiple television projects with direct involvement from the comics creators.  

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