We’ve known for quite some time that Jonathan Majors would be playing the villainous Kang the Conqueror in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, the third film in Peyton Reed’s trilogy about Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), Hope van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly), and their crew of MCU misfits. This film is particularly notable because it’s the first
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Delve into the demented history of the Dark Knight’s arch nemesis – The Joker – as he sets out to prove insanity is only a horrifying moment away for anyone in the latest DC Universe Original Movie, Batman: The Killing Joke, coming August 2, 2016 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment to Blu-Ray Deluxe Edition, Blu-Ray
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While I don’t think 2021 is going to be remembered as one of the all-time great years in gaming history, I am convinced that this will ultimately be remembered as the year that the Xbox team finally turned the corner and showed everyone that they’ve been right about quite a few things. The problem with
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The year is somehow already almost over! To celebrate another passage around the sun, Netflix is putting its best foot forward with its list of new releases for December 2021. Netflix’s options of original series are quite vast and impressive this month. It starts early on with two finales: Lost in Space wraps up its
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2021 is nearly in the books and Hulu is celebrating by heading back to the past…like, the way past. With its list of new releases for December 2021, Hulu is going positive Medieval with two swords and shield original series arriving this month. Animated comedy Crossing Swords premieres its second season on Dec. 10. This
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Don’t miss Wonder Woman and other unique DC shorts Saturday mornings on Cartoon Network as part of the DC Nation block of programming. And be sure to visit http://www.dccomics.com for more Wonder Woman and other great DC Nation shorts, collected and presented in full. #DC #DCComics #DCUniverse
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While I understand why some have called 2021 a “slow” year for video games (the challenges of developing during the Covid-19 pandemic delayed numerous games and clearly impacted the quality of others), a quick look at the sheer number of underrated games that managed to sneak under the radar this year reveals how deep the
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Sapphic romances and a dual-timeline future adventure have December 2021’s top young adult books spanning tropes and timelines. Your fate is to check out this month’s picks. The Coldest Touch by Isabel Sterling Type: NovelPublisher: RazorbillRelease date: Dec. 7 Den of Geek says: We are here for powerful young women whose relationship depends on protecting
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Revisit 1970s eco-horror, a rotting commune, and Joe Hill’s short fiction in December 2021’s top horror picks. That chill down your spine has nothing to do with winter… Gwen, in Green by Hugh Zachary Type: Novel (reissue)Publisher: Valancourt BooksRelease date: Dec. 7 Den of Geek says: Anything recommended via Grady Hendrix’s Paperbacks from Hell is
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The expansion of Disney+ Star Wars series will continue in 2022 with The Book of Boba Fett, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Andor, while The Mandalorian is also set to return with its long-awaited season 3. That’s quite a bit of Star Wars in the next year, but Lucasfilm is already looking toward its 2023 slate, which
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The year may be winding down, but there’s plenty of sci-fi left to add to your holiday reading list. Here’s what we’re looking forward to in December 2021… Absynthe by Brendan P. Bellecourt Type: NovelPublisher: DAWRelease date: Dec. 7 Den of Geek says: Epic fantasy author Bradley P. Beaulieu makes his foray into sci-fi with
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