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  • The Miranda/Rothfuss “Kingkiller” Partnership Is Shaping Up To Be Magical

    Earlier today Lionsgate announced that Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator of Hamilton, will be the “musical mastermind” behind the much-anticipated screen adaptation of Patrick Rothfuss’ Kingkiller Chronicle. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Get Ready For Tonight’s DC Crossover Event “Heroes Vs Aliens”

    “Heroes VS Aliens”, the CW’s much-anticipated DC crossover event that weaves through Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash, and Legends of Tomorrow, starts tonight with Supergirl. The network has done smaller crossovers before, but this will be the first time all four shows will tell sequential sections of the same story. Here’s what you need to know […]


  • Pokemon Go’s Thanksgiving Event Is Perfect For Walking Off Dinner

    Pokémon Go is holding a Thanksgiving event that should appeal to all of us – at least it may help us walk off our dinners and leftovers! It started yesterday and continues through the 30th; during this time all Stardust and XP gains are doubled. Holiday events are a relatively new thing for Pokémon Go. […]


  • “Unlikely Heroes” Using Proceeds From Captain America Print to Fight Hate

    The artist behind this viral Captain America drawing has pledged to donate profits from a special print run to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Zachary Dolan created this striking piece of art in response to violent rhetoric and attacks following the American election earlier this month. The Southern Poverty Law Center has logged more than 700 reports of hate-based […]


  • Legendary Entertainment is Bringing “Dune” Back To The Screen

      Earlier today, Legendary Entertainment announced that it will be bringing Frank Herbert’s Hugo and Nebula Award-winning novel Dune to the screen for modern audiences. No more details have been released yet, but Legendary included both film and TV rights in the deal. The original Dune novel was published in 1965. It was an immediate critical […]


  • A Comic Convention on a Cruise Ship? Yes, please!

    Comic conventions are a thing we cover here, but we haven’t covered one quite like Fan2Sea before. This 4-night con has a surprisingly robust guest list for a first year convention- oh, and did we mention it’s on a cruise ship? The entire convention takes place on Royal Caribbean’s Brilliance of the Seas, a ship […]



  • Image Comics Is Having a 25¢ Comic Sale For Their Anniversary

    Image Comics, home of creator-owned comics like Saga, Rat Queens, Invincible, and The Walking Dead, are celebrating their 25th anniversary in pretty much my favorite way: putting out (almost) free comics. Three of their fan favorite titles are releasing special 25¢ editions in February of next year. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not […]


  • We’re Getting an IMAX Debut for the”Inhumans” Series

    The Inhumans movie may have been pushed back until 2021 (at least!), but the series isn’t being sidelined. Marvel has announced an ABC TV series airing next fall. Plus, in an industry first, the show will premiere in movie theaters as an IMAX special feature. Innovation isn’t exactly a new thing for Marvel. The company has […]


  • A “Guardians of the Galaxy” Game Is (Probably) Due in 2017

    Last year, Telltale Games teased us with news that they were working on a game based on a Marvel film but wouldn’t say which one. A list of casting calls released by SAG-AFTRA organizers just gave us pretty solid evidence that we’re getting a Guardians of the Galaxy game. Telltale games has a pretty entertaining resume of games: […]