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Can’t wait until April 1st to catch your favorite Super Hero in action? Check out Marvel’s new Ultimate Spider-Man trailer! Watch as Nick Fury offers Spider-Man the biggest opportunity of his life: to join S.H.I.E.L.D., take on evil villains, and learn what it takes to become the ULTIMATE Spider-Man.  

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Marvel Entertainment and ABC Studios are proud to announce Castle: Richard Castle’s Storm Season, an all-new hardcover graphic novel inspired by the popular “Castle” television series. This 112 page hardcover, based the titular novel from noted author Richard Castle, hits comic shops, the Marvel Comics app, iBookstore, Nook Bookstore and everywhere books are sold on October 17th, 2012.  

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**Attn: Please see notice at end of article. Thank you!** The Walking Dead: The Season 2.5 Premier Review *Be Advised: In case you aren’t familiar with my usual review protocol, this article is for people who have already seen episode 8 and so will contain spoilers. It will also have mature language/content, as well as graphic imagery and interpretations/examinations that possess the obvious and unapologetic personal bias of yours truly. You have been warned.* The Walking Dead is back, everyone! The world is in its rightful place, the universe has re-aligned, and Sunday nights are once again something to look forward to rather than merely the  remaining bit of freedom before the start of a new week. Yes, the... 

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For six seasons, he played the traitorous Gaius Baltar on Battlestar Galactica. This Friday, James Callis brings his acting talents to the international hit series MERLIN, playing the equally unscrupulous Julius Borden.  

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This April, Marvel is pleased to announce the launch of The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes Adventures #1 and Ultimate Spider-Man Adventures #1, two all-new ongoing comic book titles for comic fans of all-ages!  

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Here are some of the photos of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” Cast and Crew during the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Los Angeles last week where they discussed season 2 and made the extended 16-episode format announcement for season 3.  

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Anime powerhouse Viz Media is announcing that the latest episode of their popular anime series Naruto Shippuden will be broadcast on Hulu.  

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The Poster for The Rest of  Season 2 & Some Info About Season 3 *Warning: This article talks about “The Walking Dead” on AMC as if the reader has seen all of the episodes to date. In fact nearly all of my articles on TWD will be written that way, so if you haven’t seen season 1 or episodes 1-7 of season 2 be advised that there are spoilers ahead. Also: you’re lame. What the Hell are you waiting for?? Get off your ass and go watch them right now! Oh, and there’s also some mature content & graphic images & shit in here too. You have now been warned- read at your own risk.*  

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Check Out Blade Like You’ve Never Seen Him Before as the Last of Marvel TV Premiers Not doing anything Sunday 1/15 at 11pm ET/PT? Enjoy watching action-packed supernatural monster slaughter delivered by a vampire/human hybrid known as the Daywalker? Ever see an awesomely horrible Japanese movie with school children fighting each other to the death titled “Battle Royale”? So maybe that last one is a “no” for many of you but I’ve seen it and trust me; it’s so violently wrong that it’s just right and clearly written by a very warped, brilliantly messed up mind. The mind of a guy named Kenta Fukasaku in fact, who is also the writer for the “Blade” anime series premiering on G4.  

It’s time to GO! The classic 1980’s Hanna Barbera cartoon television series is back on DVD, with the first five episodes digitally remastered on a single disc. Witness the action of the destructive GoBot rebels under the orders of the infamous Cy-Kill against the GoBot Guardians sworn to protect the inhabitants of planet Earth.  

Rally-ho! The 1966 Hanna-Barbera cartoon trio, The Impossibles, is back, along with the mechanical marauder, Frankenstein Jr. on a 2-disc set! Complete with maniacally preposterous villains, witty action phrases and heroic banter, the crime-fighting combination of the dynamic trio and riveting robot brings out a classic sense of comedic superhero-based adventure.  

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