In the fall, a young fan's fancy turns to thoughts of horror. As true now as it was when Tennyson wrote it over a century ago. Pretty much. And here we are in October and you know what that means: It means that every Dish Network subscriber in the US was googling for Walking Dead and finding this post about Walking Dead streaming that Brendon wrote last month. Also, there's this nice image from the Evil Dead remake.
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A supremely splattery first trailer for the Evil Dead remake was screened at NYCC earlier today, and while we wait for it to arrive online and in our neighbourhood fleapits, we'll have to make do with this single image. It's Jane Levy, star of Suburgatory in plain old, demon possession purgatory.
The official word came down via Twitter, leaving no room for any of that troublesome explanation or apology that we might have wanted.
The dispute between satellite TV providers Dish and Walking Dead broadcasters AMC has run for many months now, and there appears to be no way it's going to be resolved in time for the start of season three. Dish say they've got not plans at all to bring back the channel.
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Misters Dan Didio, Jim Lee, and Bob Wayne held court in a small room and engaged in a little q and a. One of the items addressed was the trade paperback recon of Tim's role as Red Robin.
There were a few things that happened at Marvel's Saturday Cup O' Joe panel, aside from the Respectfully We Informed You bits already reported.
And on the right, the first page of online comic Exe: Executable File (released in print and online in 2011)…
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Misters Dan Didio, Jim Lee, and Bob Wayne held court in a small room and engaged in a little q and a. One of the items addressed was the trade paperback recon of Tim's role as Red Robin. Apparently, Tim was never intended to be a Robin-in-name and that the Robin reference was a mistake from the get go, rather than a change of mind later down the line. The panel also confirmed DC's commitment to maintain a cohesive universe and to correct mistakes in the trade if such a correction would help maintain that continuity.
Dan Slott is Marvel's special guest at the NYCC Retailer Breakfast to talk about Amazing Spider-Man and Superior Spider-Man.
Marvel, in a deal with Entertainment Weekly, has revealed the details of the Marvel NOW relaunch of Secret Avengers, by Nick Spencer and Luke Ross, starring Hawkeye, Black Widow, Nick Fury Jr, Agent Coulson and Mockingbird.