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STAR TREK VS. TRANSFORMERS Comic Series Beaming Down This September

Ever since the ’90s, the universe of Star Trek has collided with pop culture properties of all shapes and sizes, from X-Men to the Legion of Super-Heroes, to more recently, Doctor Who, Green Lantern, and even Planet of the Apes. Now the finest Starfleet has to offer are teaming up with the Autobots in IDW’s […]

Funko’s STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS Toys Include Two Ahsoka Tano Figures

Star Wars: The Clone Wars kicked off with an animated film ten years ago in 2008. The story set between Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith unfolded over six seasons of television and followed Anakin Skywalker, his Padawan Ahsoka Tano, and Obi-Wan Kenobi. The important part of that sentence is Ahsoka Tano. […]

Amazon Orders Robert Kirkman’s INVINCIBLE As an Animated Series

The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman landed a big development deal with Amazon Studios last year. Now, Amazon is ordering an adaptation of Kirkman’s other signature comic book series: Invincible. Via The Hollywood Reporter (THR), Amazon has lined up Invincible as an one-hour animated drama series with eight episodes for its first season. Teen Titans veteran Simon Racioppa […]

Several New STAR TREK TV Shows in Development, One May Star Patrick Stewart

Earlier this month, CBS All Access revealed Star Trek: Discovery is undergoing a shake up in its second season with the removal of its showrunners. Screenwriter and executive producer Alex Kurtzman was named Discovery‘s new showrunner, and now Kurtzman will also be at the helm of additional Star Trek television projects. Via The Wrap, Kurtzman has signed […]

The Top 11 Mulder and Scully Shipper Moments in THE X-FILES

Unresolved sexual tension is the lifeblood of TV. It’s one of the best ways to make your audience invest, and one of the best shows to ever do it was The X-Files. This week marks the 20th anniversary  of The X-Files: Fight the Future, so in honor of Mulder and Scully, the king and queen of […]

GHOSTS and David Tennant Highlight New BBC Comedies

British people are funnier than American people. It’s just a fact of life. As a result, their television comedies are often much funnier than ours are, too. Whether it be Monty Python’s Flying Circus or The Thick of It, the British sense of humor—equal parts droll and absurd—usually hits with some portion of the American […]

Jon Bernthal Returning to THE WALKING DEAD In Season 9

According to several reports, The Walking Dead season 9 may be the final curtain call for Andrew Lincoln‘s Rick Grimes. But if Rick is really on his way out, then he may be seeing his oldest friend one last time. Jon Bernthal is reprising his role as Shane Walsh for the first time in nearly seven years. […]

STRANGER THINGS Comics Are Coming from Dark Horse This Fall

Stranger Things‘ third season may not arrive this year, but 2018 is turning into a big turning point for the franchise. Fans won’t have to wait long for new adventures in the Upside Down. During E3 2018, Netflix and Telltale Games revealed plans for a Stranger Things video game. And a Stranger Things prequel novel is coming in 2019, […]

Bob Ross’ THE JOY OF PAINTING Episodes Have Been Turned Into Bedtime Stories

There are plenty of effective sleep aids out there, whether it’s white noise, ear plugs, medicine, or anything else people have been using for years now. The internet has expanded our options greatly; Personally, I watch videos of livestreamers playing Super Mario Maker levels on YouTube, but that’s just me. Apps like Calm are probably […]

How Being Non-Binary Left Gaps in My Geek Nostalgia

Wonder Woman taught me how to spin. As a kid growing up in the early ’80s, I used to watch reruns of Linda Carter’s Wonder Woman and try to recreate her famous twirl transformation. But unlike Diana Prince, I was still the same when it was all over, just dizzier. Wonder Woman first exposed me to superheroes and played […]

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