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If Batman had enough time to prepare, could he defeat One Punch Man? How will the Dark Knight translate to anime in the first animated picture created by Warner Bros' new Japanese studio? The plotline for Batman Ninja sounds suitably...
What will John Constantine look like as an animated character? We don't have a trailer yet, but will the first revealed image from the animated series answer some questions? The original Constantine TV series aired on NBC for one season,...
Today the release date for Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie was revealed by Nickelodeon, but will that be the final time we see Arnold? Are Craig Bartlett and his crew interested in doing more? Bartlett told the crowd today at...
Now that Dark Horse and Nintendo have established a publishing partnership thanks to the big Zelda artbooks, what's next? How about a graphic novel based on Nintendo's youngest property? Dark Horse announced today they are partnering with Nintendo to produce...
What will happen next in Dark Horse's Avatar: The Last Airbender continuation series? And what will it look like now that the original team is departing? Until now the Airbender comics have been written by Gene Luen Yang and illustrated...
What is Square Enix prepared to show during New York Comic-Con next month? What will attendees be able to demo, and are there any surprises in store? Multiple games from Square's upcoming lineup will be playable at their NYCC booth...
You would think the rumors couldn't possibly be true, but Sony Pictures confirmed them today. Above you is the first-released image for an entire movie based on phone emojis. Yup, it's come to this. And just to silence any...
After two seasons, ABC canned Agent Carter earlier this year, transferring its star Hayley Atwell to a bland legal procedural (ask them how that's going ratings-wise....) But today we found out Peggy is coming back! Just not in the...
Rebecca Sugar, creator of Steven Universe and all that has to do with him, addressed a large crowd of fans at NYCC. The show is immensely popular now, and much of the reason has to do with the freedom...
Marvel and Disney XD have kept Ultimate Spider-Man going for about four years, but it's time for a change. Come next year, USM will be retired and a new animated series, simply called "Spider-Man," will take its place. “Spider-Man is...
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