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Nerdist News: JURASSIC WORLD Updates, FLASH GORDON Reboot, and Google Time-Travel!

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Review: THE WORLD’S END Packs in Robots, Ribaldry and Regrets

The short review: Perhaps one of the most anticipated fanboy films of the summer, Edgar Wright’s capstone to the Cornetto Trilogy, The World’s End packs in a surprising amount of… more

Marvel May Have Found Its Scarlet Witch & Rocket Raccoon

Like casting rumors through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives. The union members of the rumor mill have been working overtime to break the latest scoops on… more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more
 

Comic Book Day: Vanesa Rodriguez del Rey Brings L.A. Noir to Life in HIT

Across genre fiction, there are certain time periods and settings that are so burned into our collective imagination as to take on a mythic quality. Victorian London, Ancient Rome, The… more

Ales Kot’s ZERO Takes Aim at War Itself

If you don’t know Ales Kot’s name already, you will soon, since he is one of the most dynamic, exciting creators in the industry today. His debut graphic novel Wild… more

Beta’d Review: GONE HOME is a Hauntingly Real Family Mystery

Warning: This review may contain minor spoilers, so please read on at your own peril. Or, better yet, go buy the game, play it, then read this review. The short… more
 

Comic Book Day: Mark Long’s RUBICON is SEVEN SAMURAI Meets SEAL Team Six

Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai, a seminal tale of masterless samurai banding together to defend an oppressed village from a group of scurrilous bandits, is such a universal story that it… more

Beta’d: We’ve Seen Telltale’s THE WOLF AMONG US in Action

Note: there may be some minor spoilers in this description, but major plot points have been omitted because who wants a mystery ruined for them right off the bat, huh?… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for August 21st, 2013

You know it’s a good time to be a comic book reader when not only are big screen adaptations of your favorite titles dominating the multiplex, but also it’s been… more
 

Exclusive: PANDORA: TRINITY OF SIN #3 Preview

Nothing’s stronger than a mother’s love, or at least that’s what they say. But what if you had seven surprise babies that you didn’t really want, especially because they’re the… more

Exclusive: ADVENTURE TIME #19 Back-Up Story

What time is it? It’s time for some brand spankin’ new Adventure Time exclusives to get your weekend off on the right foot! Our pals over at BOOM! Studios have… more

Beta’d: CALL OF DUTY: GHOSTS Multiplayer Reveal & First Impressions

When I was invited to attend the Call of Duty: Ghosts Multiplayer Reveal Event in downtown Los Angeles, I was expecting a subdued affair with developers and select press being… more
 

Review: PERCY JACKSON: SEA OF MONSTERS Treads Mythic Water

The short review: A series that desperately wants to fill the fandom power vacuum left by Harry Potter, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters is an enjoyable outing, but not all… more

Telltale’s THE WOLF AMONG US Teaser Trailer Bares Its Teeth

When Telltale Games announced they were adapting Bill Willingham’s phenomenal comic series Fables into one of their signature, choice-driven adventure games, I was beyond excited. Not only is Fables a… more

Comic Book Day: Mark Millar Talks “Kick-Ass 2″, “The Secret Service” & More

For a writer, Mark Millar likes to talk an awful lot, but that’s only because he’s so damn excited about what he’s doing. With Kick-Ass 2, based on his comic… more
 

Comic Book Day: Brian Michael Bendis and Josh Fialkov Talk “Cataclysm”

It’s the beginning of the end for Marvel’s Ultimate Universe. At least, that’s what Brian Michael Bendis and Josh Fialkov want us to think, as their new universe-threatening mini-series Cataclysm… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for August 14th, 2013

Brace your wallets for impact, because this week’s Comic Book Day haul is a doozy! Marvel mastermind Jonathan Hickman’s evil plans are finally coming to fruition in Infinity #1, Jeff… more

Become Heisenbrick with the “Breaking Bad” Superlab LEGO Playset

Just in case you haven’t overdosed on all things Breaking Bad already today – although after last night’s amazing episode and Badger’s animated Star Trek pitch, how could you? -… more
 

Bret Easton Ellis Talks “The Canyons” and the Death of Hollywood

To look through Bret Easton Ellis’ eyes is to see the darker side of life. The critically acclaimed author and screenwriter behind projects like American Psycho, Less Than Zero and … more

Get Excited, Then Depressed By The “Homeland” Season 3 Trailer

Unlike the freewheeling Saul Goodman of Breaking Bad fame, Saul Berenson leads a slightly more stressful life. One has to deal with the mercurial meth dealer Walter White, the other… more

Comic Book Day: Going Inside Marvel’s “Hulk & The Agents of S.M.A.S.H.”

What’s better than one Hulk smashing things? How about a team of Hulks smashing things? Marvel’s latest venture delivers on this super-sized premise with Hulk & The Agents of S…. more
 

Stop! Hammer Time: A New “Thor: The Dark World” Trailer

By Odin’s raven! By Idris Elba’s weird color contacts! By S.H.I.E.L.D.’s underground Tesseract research facilities! We’re so excited for the release of today’s Thor:… more

Comic Book Day: Jeff Lemire Transcends Space & Time in “Trillium”

For writer/artist Jeff Lemire, his new Vertigo series Trillium isn’t just an exercise in stretching his sci-fi muscles; it’s an exercise in stretching the boundaries of his creativity and… more

Comic Book Day: Tom Morello’s “Orchid” is in Full Bloom

It’s been almost a year since we last spoke with musician-writer-activist Tom Morello about his Dark Horse comic book series Orchid, his music, and his politics. When we last encountered… more