6 Out of the Box Choices for Marvel’s Disney Kingdoms

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Back in January, Marvel debuted the first in a line of miniseries based on Disney properties. It was called Seekers of the Weird, based on a theme park attraction that was never constructed, The Museum of Weird. Not exactly the most obvious choice for their first series. They just recently revealed their next title, Figment, based on the pink dragon character exclusive to the Disney theme parks.…

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Things Will Get Spoiled, Live With It (Part 2)

On Spoilers: Another Rant (Part 2)

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There has been some discussion on the subject of ‘spoilers’ this week, particularly in relation to Game of Thrones. There was a big event in this past episode. A real game changer. Something that people have be clamouring for since the first season. They finally…FINALLY…killed Joffrey.

And it looked satisfactorily painful.

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Now a bunch of people may be gnashing their teeth and calling foul…

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On Spoilers: A Rant (Part 1)

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By Hedge

Note: There are no spoilers in this article.

I’m going to say it now. I fucking hate spoilers and I use that word to mean both the content being spoiled and the assholeswho do the spoiling. If you’re one of those people, I don’t like you. I make no apologies for that. In my mind you’re right up there with the people who have a chat with their neighbour or answer text messages on a full…

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The Pull List: 4/16/2014

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Batman

Batman #30

There’s not much info in the solicit, but a new Year Zero arc starts here.

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Frankenstein Alive Alive #3

Holy Crap! A third issue! The second issue was back in November. I just figured I missed the third issue and all subsequent ones. It happens more often than you think. Anyways, I really dig this book. It is like an unofficial sequel to the classic Mary Shelley story.

Avengers

Hulk #1

I’m…

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Cheap Game Tuesday: ‘Hotline Miami’

Cheap Game Tuesday: ‘Miami Takedown’

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For the second entry of our new weekly series, we’re going to get crazy.

Platform: Windows, OSX, Linus, Playstation 3, 4 and Vita.

Price Range: Currently free for Playstation Plus members, around $10 on Steam (available subject to region)

Review: Surprisingly this game was inspired by the movie Drive, but don’t expect to play as Ryan Gosling driving getaway vehicles. Instead it’s a retro top down…

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Movie Review: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro’

Movie Review: ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro’

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**MOSTLY SPOILER FREE!**

Director: Marc Webb

Cast: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Sally Field, Jamie Foxx, Dane DeHaan, Paul Giamatti, Dennis Leary

Plot:As Peter Parker is haunted by the death of Capt. Stacy and investigates the death of his parents he tries to hold his relationship with Gwen together. Meanwhile, a Spider-Man fanboy, a long lost childhood friend and a Russian mobster all become…

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Top 15 Acting Performances of 2013

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Last year, I made a similar list. Acting has become more and more the most fascinating part of movie-making, at least to me, so I am always on the lookout for great performances. Consider this a Spoiler Warning

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15. Sam Rockwell – The Way Way Back

Every year, comedy continues to be one of those genres that isn’t necessarily considered when it comes to the end of the year award stuff. That said, T…

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Movie Review: ‘Noah’

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NoahDirected by: Darren Aronofsky

Starring: Russell Crowe, Emma Watson, and Ray Winstone

Plot: In a world run rampant with sin, Noah is given the task to create an arc to survive the destruction.

Review:

When the news finally reached the general population that auteur Darren Aronofsky was adapting the tale of Noah, people had a problem with it. The religious were concerned it wouldn’t be pious…

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Exclusive Interview with John Callen and Stephen Hunter from ‘The Hobbit’!

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We sat down with John ‘Oin’ Callen and Stephen ‘Bombur’ Hunter (and Amelia, junior reporter) at Oz Comic Con to talk about incognito dwarf costumes, posing nude and killing Kyle Sandilands.

Enjoy the audio or the transcript below!

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G-Funk: We’re at OzComicCon 2014 with Amelia again. Also Stephen Hunter and John Callen who were both dwarves in The…

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Exclusive Interview with Robert Maschio

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Yesterday we published our talk with Sam ‘Ted’ Lloyd and now it’s time for THE TODD! Brace yourself for an epic high-five…

The audio is in two parts (required for high-five sound effects) and the transcript follows.

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G-Funk, Amelia and Robert.

G-Funk: We’re here at OzComicCon 2014 with Robert…help me get this right…

Robert Maschio: Maschio! Robert Maschio.

G: Maschio! And Amelia,…

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