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A major comic book publisher has allowed the Superman logo to be included on a statue memorialising a murdered 5-year-old Canadian boy, following a public backlash when the organisation refused permission on Monday. Jeffrey Baldwin died of starvation
Jason Momoa didn't know much about Neil Gaiman's "American Gods" until recently, when multiple fans told him he'd be a perfect for the role of the protagonist, Shadow, on screen. Momoa read the book set for a TV adaptation by Starz and wholeheartedly
Loading Jul 09th, 2014 "The Flash" may have just made fans of "The Tomorrow People" very happy: Robbie Amell has been cast in the recurring role of Ronnie Raymond, also known in the DC Comics world as Firestorm. According to The Hollywood Reporter ,
While they are often conflicted, they stand for truth and justice, protecting the fictional masses from unseen evils without so much as a paycheck. You know, like Edward Snowden, but with masks and bikini briefs and whatnot. Children, in particular,
If a comic is going to get meta, the San Diego Comic-Con is the place to do it. That is exactly what happens in DC Comics' upcoming title, "Harley Quinn Invades Comic-Con International: San Diego." In it, the notorious villain finds none other than "
Teen Technorati, the video series that could alternatively be called The Opposite of Keeping Up With the Kardashians features 20 freakishly brilliant techies under the age of 20 that have recently been awarded the Thiel Fellowship. Not that that isn'
The Flash" has been slowly unveiling its characters in video previews, and the next one on-deck is Detective Eddie Thawne. Played by Rick Cosnett, Thawne's nickname at the Central City Police Department is "Detective Prettyboy." One look at the
I don't who would have the idea to combine beloved DC Comics super-speedster The Flash with the cinematic stylings of acclaimed but morose Swedish director Ingmar Bergman, yet alone decide to act on that idea and film it, but I'm ever so glad they
Here are the 10 July releases that drew most enthusiasm from the Monitor's book critics. July 7, 2014 1. "Factory Man," by Beth Macy When third-generation US furniture manufacturer John Bassett saw his own livelihood and that of his Appalachian
Horse looks unimpressed while a cheeky baboon plays around on its back Jericho the horse gives baboon a tour of the animal sanctuary grounds The baboon tries to entice a fellow primate up to take a ride While on tour the baboon uses the horses back