Have you seen this !!!! Family Guy' Turns Peter Griffin Into Deadpool Parody for 300th Episode. 

Have you seen this !!!! 
Family Guy' Turns Peter Griffin Into Deadpool Parody for 300th Episode. 
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New Black Panther Video Highlights.... Dora Milaje...

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1st Godzilla Anime Film Debuts on Netflix in 190 Countries on January 17.

Netflix announced on Sunday that it will stream the first film in the Godzilla anime trilogy, Godzilla: Kaijū Wakusei, in 190 countries starting on January 17. The film will be available in Japanese and seven other dubbed languages, and in 23 subtitled languages.
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Black Lighting coming to CW Seed Soon......


In little more than a month Black Lightning will shock audiences, and The CW is revving up promotion with the debut of new key art for the electric hero. The stylized posters show the titular hero with his hands literally full of lightning while being flanked by his two daughters. Like their father, Jennifer and Anissa Pierce are metahumans who eventually adopt the identities of Thunder and Lightning.

RELATED: CW Black Lightning Strikes in Series Premiere Photos

The series tells the story of Jefferson Pierce, who retired from being Black Lightning for nearly a decade ago after being a hero became too much of a burden on his family life. Now a high school principal, Jefferson finds himself donning his costume yet again to fight the evil gang known as The One Hundred.


Source : CBR

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The Walking Dead Midseason finale.....




The Walking Dead midseason finale might have brought a tear-jerking departure, but it didn't bring in audiences quite like it used to. The midseason finale saw a 25 percent drop in live viewership compared to last season midseason finale.

The AMC zombie series is still a ratings juggernaut, but Season 8 midseason finale was the lowest rated finale event since Season 2. The episode scored roughly 7.9 million viewers and a 3.4 rating in the 18-49 demographic. Viewership was up a touch compared to the previous episode, which marked a season low for the show.

There's no reason for The Walking Dead fans to panic, though. The Hollywood Reporter says the show is still second only to NBC's Monday Night Football in Sunday night ratings. Video-on-demand has also played a major role in The Walking Dead live ratings downturn, as the most recent episode saw a 45 percent increase in viewership via video-on-demand in only three days.

The steady decline in ratings has led some to question why The Walking Dead hasn't yet been renewed for a ninth season. The shows eighth season was renewed just prior to Season 7 premiere. No such announcement about Season 9 has been made by AMC just yet.

The Walking Dead returns Feb. 25 at 9 p.m. on AMC.

Source : CBR

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Danger Girl Movie Coming Soon !!!!!


The world of comic book adaptations is constantly growing - and it looks like Danger Girl is the latest addition.

 Danger Girl follows Abbey Chase, who is reluctantly recruited by a secret spy organization, she teams with fellow operatives Sydney Savage and Natalia Kasstle to locate a series of mystical objects and keep them out of the hands of the criminal enterprise The Hammer Syndicate.

Looking at Danger Girl’s lead character Abbey Chase and her posse of thrill-seeking femme fatales, female empowerment and wish fulfillment have never been more fun,” Constantin's Robert Kulzer told Deadline.

The comic, from J. Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell, debuted under the Wildstorm banner in 1996, before moving to DC Comics. The series has become a beloved property in the years since its debut, spawning video games, various pieces of merchandise, and a crossover with Batman. A film adaptation was initially planned by New Line, with Blade's Stephen Norrington attached to direct.

The project will be overseen by Bolt Pictures (the Resident Evil franchise) and Prime Universe Films (the Hitman franchise). Jeremy Bolt, Adrian Askarieh, and Robert Kulzer will executive produce, alongside Campbell and Hartnell.

Danger Girl is the perfect opportunity to create a team of grounded, relatable, and dangerous young female characters," added Bolt, "but with humor and spectacular action.”

“I have been a fan of Danger Girl for more than 20 years," Askarieh explained, "and the idea of being part of the team to finally bring Scott’s and Andy’s iconic creation to the screen is incredibly exciting.”

There is no word when either adaptation of Danger Girl is set to hit the screen. will provide updates as they become available.


Source : CB

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J. Scott Campbell visit to talk about Danger Girl, his Fairytale Fantasies collection....

This week on Sideshow Live, we had special guest and fan-favorite artist J. Scott Campbell visit to talk about Danger Girl, his Fairytale Fantasies collection, and more.  Art Director David Igo also joined the discussion to talk about working from Campbell’s art designs.  Check out the segment here!
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First Look At The Batman Ninja Anime .... WOW !!!


When the Batman Ninja anime was first announced this October, a short clip was shown at New York Comic Con. Now, the animated feature’s first footage has been uploaded online, and it’s glorious.


 Batman Ninja will be released on DVD and Blu-ray next year.

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Spawn Movie is coming in 2018....



Are you ready for a Spawn Movie .Well it's coming in 2018.

Spawn movie reboot will begin filming in early 2018. ... McFarlane reiterated that Spawn will be an R-rated film and revealed the project will only have a $10 million budget. ... McFarlane announced the Spawn reboot earlier this year and wrote the script ..



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Bandai Namco Entertainment has announced that their new RPG game, Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker's Memory. will be available in North America and Europe on January 19, 2018! This date is not too far behind their release date in Japan on December 14, 2017. The game will launch only on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

Players, gamers, and fans have the chance to pre-order the game now through retailers like GameStop, Amazon, and Target and receive bonus items such as four exclusive costumes: V. Uchida Costume, Summer Camp T-Shirt, Inoden School Attire, and a Beelzebumon Emblem T-Shirt. Pre-orders will receive four Digimon characters: Omnimon NX, Leopardmon NX, Crusadermon NX, and Sistermon Ciel and Blanc.

This new Cyber Sleuth story is set in the near future, where the line between the real and digital worlds is blurred and logging into the cyberspace is a part of everyday life. In this world, hackers utilize computer viruses called Digimon to commit their crimes and mischief. The game will feature a new protagonist named Keisuke Amazawa, who has no choice but to dive into the digital world after he is framed, accused, and branded as a criminal. Not only must he clear his name and prove his innocence, he must protect his loved ones.

This new game will have 30 new maps in addition to the original maps from the previous game, Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth and have over 320 Digimon that can be summoned. The release of Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Hacker's Memory. will feature the original Japanese dub with English and German subtitles.

Get ready to get back into the Digital World.

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Glitter Force Doki Doki Season 2 Debuts on Netflix.



The dub stars Debi Derryberry, Cassandra Morris, Melissa Fahn, Stephanie Sheh, and Erica Lindbeck. Blush performed a new version of the Glitter Force theme song as well as the ending theme song "You and I

The lead characters are renamed Maya/Glitter Heart (Mana/Cure Heart), Rachel/Cure Diamond (Rikka/Cure Diamond), Clara/Glitter Clover (Alice/Cure Rosetta), and Mackenzie/Glitter Spade (Makoto/Cure Sword). Netflixdescribes the story:

Four girls summon their inner superheroes to defend Earth and the magical kingdom of Splendorius from King Mercenare and his minions.

The 49-episode Dokidoki! Precure television anime ran from 2013-2014 as the next series in the Precure franchise after Smile Precure!, which Saban Brands localized as Glitter Force.

The first season of Glitter Force premiered in December 2015 and the second season, covering the second half of Smile Precure!, premiered in August 2016. The trademark for "Glitter Force" has since moved from Saban Brands to Toei Animation, but Saban Brands is still credited with production on Glitter Force Doki Doki.


Source: The Hollywood Reporter (Katherine Schaffstall)


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Voice actress Hiromi Tsuru passed away on Thursday,.



Dragon Ball's Bulma voice actress found in car on Thursday . Voice actress Hiromi Tsuru passed away on Thursday, November 16 due to unknown causes.

She was 57. Police found Tsuru unconscious withe seat belt fastened in the driver's seat of a car, which was stopped with hazard lights on at a highway in Tokyo's Chūō ward at around 7:30 p.m. on Thursday. Authorities rushed her to the hospital, but she was pronounced dead on arrival.

Update :

Her agency confirmed that she died at the age of 57 from aortic dissection. She will be truly missed..RIP ....





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Doomsday Clock Review Embargo Lifts Days Before Series Debut



Doomsday Clock arrives in comic book stores Wednesday, Nov 22 (or, if you prefer to stay up late, at 11:57 PM on Nov. 21), but if you want to make sure you go into reading the first issue as spoiler-free as possible, you might want to sign off of the Internet a few days before it goes on sale.

As  part of its promotional package for the first issue of Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s Watchmen-based event series, DC Comics set an official embargo time of Sunday, Nov. 19 at 11:57 PM PST for all reviews.

While the reviews allowed under the embargo are to be spoiler-free, there will, of course, be some discussion of the issue and event that some readers might prefer not to read ahead of getting the issue in their own hands. Plus, with the first issue now in the wild, it’s an inevitability that some spoilers will leak ahead of the issue’s official release, so it would be advised to avoid clicking on any headlines indicating potential spoilers in the articles they link to.


Source : CBR


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Sony Announces Morbius Film Set In Spider-Man Universe....  is reporting that a Morbius The Living Vampire movie is being developed at Sony.

Sony is looking to expand its Spider-Man shared universe with a film centered on Morbius, the Living Vampire. Power Rangers writers Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama developed the script, which was submitted to Sony “after a secret development process.”

Created by writer Roy Thomas and artist Gil Kane, Morbius first debuted in October 1971 in Amazing Spider-Man #101. Dr. Michael Morbius is a Nobel Prize-winning scientist who attempted to create a cure for his own rare blood disease using vampires. Instead of finding a cure, Morbius turned himself into a vampire-like figure who needed to consume blood to continue living.

Sony has two Spider-Man spinoffs slated for release in 2018. Venom, starring Tom Hardy and written by Jeff Pinkner and Scott Rosenberg, is expected to hit theaters on Oct. 5, 2018. Silver & Black (starring Silver Sable and Black Cat) is directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood, and also has an October 2018 release date.



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Deadly Class TV Pilot begins filming in Vancouver.....



The pilot for the adaptation of Rick Remender’s Deadly Class, the comic about a secret school for assassins began shooting this week.

According to Inside Vancouver the Russo Brothers produced series was to begin shooting November 15th.

However, we have heard the production has started today, apparently a letter was circulated that stated filming started on the 13th.



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The Anime Industry Has Hit An 2.9 Trillion Yen Milestone



The Anime Industry Has Hit An 2.9 Trillion Yen Milestone

The Association of Japanese Animations reported that in 2016 the anime industry reached an industry income milestone of 2.9 trillion yen (about $25.5 billion US) for the first time in history!

The Association of Japanese Animations calculates business done in 9 areas, including movies, television shows, home video distribution, and overseas distribution. According to the AJA, overseas movie distribution and overseas home video distribution accounts for about 767.6 billion yen (about $6.8 billion US) in sales, while the next biggest category, character goods, accounts for about 562.7 billion yen (about $5 billion US) in sales. And they say there is still potential for it to grow even more in the future!



The AJA states that the increasingly diverse methods of enjoying Japanese animation domestically and abroad spur the industry's continued growth, citing live concerts, voice actor events, and mega-popular movies such as Makoto Shinkai's Your Name. as examples. Mr. Hiromichi Masuda, vice chairman of the Japan Video Association Business Committee, said, "It is becoming a big market to establish business methods for people to enjoy animation.The size of the market depends on overseas sales There is a possibility of further expansion. "

What are your thoughts on the news?! Are you so pumped for how big the anime industry has become? Do you think it will continue to grow? Let us know what you are thinking down below!


Source  : Anime Mojo


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Punisher’s Secret Empire Decisions Will Shape His Marvel Legacy Actions


During Secret Empire, Frank Castle — AKA the Punisher — chose to side with Captain America and Hydra. The deadly anti-hero’s choice proved to be a controversial one, and it seems that he’ll have some atoning to do in Marvel Legacy.

In an interview with CBR, series writer Matthew Rosenberg teased how the Punisher’s choice to side with Hydra-Cap will influence his behavior when he dons the War Machine armor in the next arc, starting with Punisher#218.

RELATED: The Punisher: Current Events Didn’t Change Series’ Final Edit

“His role in Secret Empire was troubling, even for a man like Frank Castle who is, himself, troubling,” Rosenberg said. “But it was supposed to be. Seeing Frank jump into bed with bad people to get the chance to go at other bad people is tough to swallow but it raises some interesting questions about what and where his lines are.

“When we pick up with Frank, he has moved past that in a lot of ways,” he continued. “I like to think he has regrets and sees a chance to set some things right, but he’s not really someone who is big on introspection or verbalizing his feelings. In our series, Frank is going up against a fascist military government, trying to do what he always does, kill the bad guys. Is his decision to do this a reaction to Secret Empire? It’d be disingenuous to say it wasn’t a factor. But is he also going to cross some lines and maybe fall into some of the same traps as before? Yeah, for sure.”

RELATED: Brokedown Castle: The 16 Worst Things Marvel Has Done To The Punisher

Guiu Vilanova will provide art for the series, which will see Castle take up the mantle of War Machine after the death of James Rhodes during Civil War II.


Source : CBR 

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Deathstroke Solo movie coming soon....


DEATHSTROKE Movie Starring Joe Manganiello Reportedly In The Works From THE RAID Director Gareth Evans

Joe Manganiello's Deathstroke may have been dropped from The Batman but there is some good news for the character today as Warner Bros. is reportedly moving forward with a solo outing for the anti-hero.

Last year, Ben Affleck shared a cryptic Tweet featuring Joe Manganiello suited up as Deathstroke and it took no time at all for us to learn that the character was set to take centre stage in The Batman. Since then, big changes have been made and Affleck has been replaced as the movie's director by Matt Reeves. He's ditched Affleck and Johns' script to work on a new one unlikely to include Slade Wilson.

Despite all of that drama, we have some good news for both Manganiello and fans of the anti-hero as it's been revealed today that The Raid helmer Gareth Evans is in talks to write and direct a Deathstroke movie which will star the Magic Mike actor. Evans passed on directing Justice League Dark but his Deathstroke pitch actually impressed DC Entertainment executives enough to get this the green light.

Both The Raid and it's sequel featured jaw-dropping fight scenes which will fit in well in a movie like this. How it will fit into the wider DC Films Universe remains to be seen, especially as the studio is now developing standalone features too. Regardless, it's good to hear the character is getting his due and that Manganiello will be given the opportunity to play the character he was cast all those months ago. 

Source: Comic Books Movie


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Thunder Cats is in the spotlight for Throwback Tuesday !!!!


Thunder Cats :

Hey guys, it's throwback Tuesday ,and in the spotlight today is Thunder Cats . ThunderCats is an American animated television series that was produced by Rankin-Bass Animated Entertainment and Leisure Concepts debuting in 1985, based on the characters created by Tobin "Ted" Wolf. The series, ran from 1985 to   American animated television series that was produced by Rankin-Bass Animated Entertainment and Leisure Concepts debuting in 1985, based on the characters created by Tobin "Ted" Wolf. 



First episode date: January 23, 1985

Final episode date: September 29, 1989

The animation for the episodes was provided by the Japanese studio Pacific Animation Corporation, with Masaki Iizuka as production manager. The studio was acquired in 1989 to form Walt Disney Animation Japan. Season 1of the show aired in 1985 (65 episodes), followed by a TV movie entitled ThunderCats – HO! in 1986. Seasons 2, 3, and 4 followed a new format of twenty episodes each, starting with a five-part story.



The series, for which Leonard Starr was the head writer, follows the adventures of a group of catlike humanoid aliens. The animation for the episodes was provided by the Japanese studio Pacific Animation Corporation, with Masaki Iizuka as production manager. The studio was acquired in 1989 to form Walt Disney Animation Japan. 

Season 1of the show aired in 1985 (65 episodes), followed by a TV movie entitled ThunderCats – HO! in 1986. Seasons 2, 3, and 4 followed a new format of twenty episodes each, starting with a five-part story.


Comic Books

The ThunderCats comic book series was based on the original television series of the same name. It was originally published by Marvel Comics through its Star Comics imprint in 1985, lasting for 3 years and 24 issues.

During this time, a new series was published by Marvel UK consisting of 129 issues and was also published for three years.

Beginning in 2002 Thundercats titles were published by Wildstorm Productions, and including 5 mini-series and several one-shots.




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Comic Legends: The Big Lie That Launched The Walking Dead.




Robert Kirkman lied to Image about The Walking Dead involving an alien invasion to get them to approve the book.

All through this weekend (and earlier in last week), I’ve been talking about the origins of Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead. When last we left our heroes, Robert Kirkman and Tony Moore, the pair of creators had re-pitched The Walking Dead as a more traditional zombie book after getting rejected as a futuristic zombie story and being told by Jim Valentino not to have the book be a spin-off of Night of the Living Dead. So Kirkman and Moore pitched Image with a more traditional, modern zombie story. THAT pitch was rejected because the opening seemed to boring, so Kirkman revamped it again to come up with the now-famous opening where Rick Grimes gets shot and ends up in a coma and when he wakes up from the coma, the world has been overrun by zombies.

However, even THAT didn’t get the book approved, as again, Image just thought that it sounded too, well, NORMAL. Everyone knows a zombie story, ya know?

So Robert Kirkman took one last crack and came up with a lie about the series that he sold to Image’s then-Marketing Director, Eric Stephenson, telling him,

“Look, you’re right, it does need a hook and that’s why after a few issues I’m gonna reveal that this is actually an alien invasion story. That these zombies are actually put on Earth by aliens and it’ll eventually be revealed that it’s this really cool sci-fi epic involving alien invasion. You know, the seeds will be planted very early on, but it will be a while before it’s actuallt revealed.”

Stephenson liked the idea and told Jim Valentino and they approved the book.

The Walking Dead #1 came out and it was very well-received and everyone liked it.

However, Stephenson then contacted Kirkman to tell him, “Hey, I read the first issue. It’s great. But I didn’t see any hints at this alien ivnasion plot that’s being set up. Is it gonna come in at #2 or #3 or whatever?”

Kirkman then came clean that he was not intending to actually tie aliens into the story (as noted in Wednesday’s Comic Book Legends Revealed) and the first issue had gone so well that they just let Kirkman do his own thing and, well, thank goodness that they did so!!

Thanks to Matt O. for the suggestion, thanks to Jamie Coville for telling me more about this stuff and thanks to Dave Marks at the Zombie Research Society for information about this and the rest of this weekend’s The Walking Dead-related legends! 


Source : CBR

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