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Nerdist News: Possible STAR TREK 3 Director, DRAGON AGE: INQUISITION Trailer, and Wooly Mammoths!

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J. Scott Campbell Draws Our Favorite BREAKING BAD Characters!

Everyone’s favorite artist when it comes to dangerous females, J. Scott Campbell rolled out some sketches on his Twitter this week that were a bit of a departure from his… more

Nerdist Comics Panel #15: Non-Comics Readers

Comics Edition #16: Non-comics readers. Ben Blacker and Heath Corson sit down with Blacker’s wife, Julie Lacouture, and actress Jenny Wade (Reaper) to discuss comics from a non-comics-reader’s perspective, barriers… 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
 

ABC Developing AGENT CARTER Show

ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D has yet to even premiere, and already it’s looking like another Marvel movie spinoff program is in the works. Deadline… more

Must-Read Manga: CHILDREN OF THE SEA

Daisuke Igarashi’s series Children of the Sea is a beautifully illustrated, whimsical must-read that was first published in 2007 and has now released its conclusive fifth book, courtesy of Viz… more

Comic Book Day: Pursuing Your Passion with Sharad Devarajan

Sharad Devarajan has been a lifelong fan of comics. From an intern at DC to partnering with Richard Branson on Virgin Comics, if there’s something interesting happening in comics, Devarajan… more
 

Comic Book Day: Pull List for September 18th, 2013

What better way to celebrate my birthday (no, really) than with a heaping helping of brand new comic books? Christmas must have come early because this week offers up a… more

Ben Affleck on the Batman Backlash: “I Handle Sh.t”

You may not have liked them apples when Oscar-winning director and Good Will hunter Ben Affleck was announced as the Batman, but those of you who tuned into Late Night… more

Hero Chat with ARROW’s David Ramsey

When the CW’s Arrow premiered last year, no one could have possibly known that it would easily be the best television show about a superhero of all time. It ostensibly… more
 

Exclusive: Behold SWAMP THING #23.1 – ARCANE in Glorious 3D!

Have you found yourself thinking that DC’s Villains Month covers are lacking that certain 3D ne sais quoi? Well, your prayers have finally been answered this week in the form… more

Exclusive: BATMAN AND ROBIN #23.3 Preview Pages

Villains Month continues to cut a swath of terror throughout the DC Universe this month, and now we’ve got a sneak preview of something wicked this way coming to a… more

Nerdist Comics Panel #14: Clone

Comics Edition #15: Clone. Ben Blacker chats with creator David Schulner (Do No Harm) and writers Aaron Ginsburg & Wade McIntyre (Intelligence) about the Skybound series, making the leap from… more
 

GLEE’s Grant Gustin to Play The Flash on ARROW

The casting rumor mill surrounding who would take on the role of The Flash on the CW’s Arrow whipped itself into such a frenzy this week, it nearly became one… more

Relativity Deal Means Live-Action Version Of ANOMALY Is Coming

Nerdist readers discovered the ground-breaking graphic novel Anomaly when we interviewed creators Skip Brittenham and Brian Haberlin about it in December. If you read the book and checked out its… more

Comic Book Club: Fred Van Lente & Margaret Lyons

Fred Van Lente (Brain Boy, Conan) and Margaret Lyons (TV Critic, NY Mag’s Vulture) join the boys to discuss which comic book character they’d like to impregnate, and which song… more
 

Weird Old Sci-Fi: SWAMP THING

In 1978, Richard Donner’s Superman was an astonishing hit and ushered in the modern superhero movie in style. Its 1980 sequel was also a massive success, and DC Comics… more

Comic Book Day: Following PROTOCOL with Michael Alan Nelson

Peter Facinelli is known for many things: the Twilight franchise, playing Mike Dexter in Can’t Hardly Wait, andbeing generally handsome, just to name a few. But, did you also know… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for September 11th, 2013

While we may not be getting a graphic novel adaptation of Batman’s greatest adventure, in which he convinces Will Hunting to leave Gotham Boston for greener pastures, we do have… more
 

Marvel’s JARVIS App for iOS Available TODAY

Last week, at a media event at Walt Disney Studios, a demonstration was given of the brand new Marvel JARVIS app for iOS devices. With it, you’re effectively loading Tony… more

Ellen Page in the Crosshairs for Fox’s QUEEN & COUNTRY

Not content having portrayed X-Men’s Kitty Pryde and been the star of a video game, actress Ellen Page continues her geek-streak career by bringing a popular Oni Press comic book… more

Exclusive: DC’s Villains Month Continues in TEEN TITANS #23.1 – Trigon

Move over, Subtember, because Villains Month is in full effect, with the DCU being taken over by the the nefarious Crime Syndicate and your regularly scheduled titles being hijacked by… more
 

Nerdist Comics Panel #13: Christos Gage

Comics Edition #13: Christos Gage! Adam Beechen (Hench) and Ben Blacker (Thrilling Adventure Hour) sit down with writer Christos Gage to talk about working for Marvel and smaller publishers, Avengers… more

Five Questions with THE BUNKER’s Joshua Hale Fialkov

In celebration of the second issue of his new comic The Bunker (out now!), Joshua Hale Fialkov of Cataclysm, the Harvey nominated Elk’s Run, and I, Vampire fame, sat down… more

Comic Book Club: Amelia Cole vs. This Good Robot

It’s a packed show this week with Nick Brokenshire and Adam P. Knave from Amelia Cole and the Unknown World, and Michael Ragosta from the band This Good Robot! Plus,… more