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Slayer: Repentless #1 Six Page Advance Preview
1 month ago

Slayer: Repentless #1 Six Page Advance Preview

Slayer: Repentless #1

Dark Horse has released a six page preview of Slayer: Repentless #1, which is being described as “The planet’s most badass metal band takes control of comics!”

“We’re telling the story that …
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Interview: Son of Zorn Composer Leo Birenberg
1 month ago

Interview: Son of Zorn Composer Leo Birenberg

By  •  TV, Music

Leo Birenberg is a voracious composer for film and TV. Right now he’s working on Fox’s live action/animated hybrid sitcom Son of Zorn, to which he contributes gloriously ludicrous Sword-and-Sorcery goodness …
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Kipp Stone’s “100 Black Panthers” Track Debuts on Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet Part 8
2 months ago

Kipp Stone’s “100 Black Panthers” Track Debuts on Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet Part 8

Kipp Stone

The eighth installment of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ YouTube commentary on the Black Panther comic, Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet, has launched today, and it debuted Kipp Stone’s new track, …
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Review: The Girl On The Train (Soundtrack)
3 months ago

Review: The Girl On The Train (Soundtrack)

Danny Elfman has been one of the most accomplished composers for the screen, for several decades. His previous work includes iconic pieces such as Tim Burton’s Batman, and the theme for The Simpsons. With his new soundtrack for ‘The Girl on the Train’, expectation is high.

Flatbush Zombies’ “Aries” Debuts in Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet Pt. 7
3 months ago

Flatbush Zombies’ “Aries” Debuts in Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet Pt. 7

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The most recent installment of Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet, the YouTube series that provides author commentary from Ta-Nehisi Coates’ on his Black Panther comic book, also debuts a new song …
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Danny Jacob Interview
3 months ago

Danny Jacob Interview

By  •  TV, Music

Danny Jacob is a busy man. Coming off of the massive success of Phineas and Ferb, he’s has teamed back up with that show’s creators for Milo Murphy’s Law, a …
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Soundtrack Review: Supergirl (2015) by Blake Neely
3 months ago

Soundtrack Review: Supergirl (2015) by Blake Neely

Supergirl

While Blake Neely has the responsibility of scoring all the CW superhero shows, his Supergirl (2015) soundtrack evokes the primary color daydream of vintage Supergirl comics, while also carrying the …
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Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Trailer Brings Bande Dessinée to Life
3 months ago

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Trailer Brings Bande Dessinée to Life

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

There’s another comic book movie coming next year that you shouldn’t miss, and it’s not from either Disney/Marvel or Warner/DC:  Luc Bresson’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, based …
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Wookiee Radio 6: Cookies Fix Everything
4 months ago

Wookiee Radio 6: Cookies Fix Everything

By  •  TV, Podcasts, Music
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The Empire tried to shut us down recently, but we prevailed( we had cookies) and are bringing you another fine episode of the Wookiee Radio podcast. We start off with …
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Logan Trailer Gives Johnny Cash Lyric ‘The Needle Tears a Hole’ New Meaning
4 months ago

Logan Trailer Gives Johnny Cash Lyric ‘The Needle Tears a Hole’ New Meaning

20th Century Fox has released a two minute trailer for Logan, the next movie in their X-Men and Wolverine cinematic universes, which arrives in movie theaters on March 3rd, 2017.  It makes excellent use of …
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IDW Announces Graphic Novel Adaptation of Lennon: The New York Years
4 months ago

IDW Announces Graphic Novel Adaptation of Lennon: The New York Years

Lennon

IDW Publishing has announced that 2017 will bring a graphic novel adaptation of Lennon: The New Yprk Years.  Originally published in prose fiction, and authored by David Foenkinos, the graphic novel will …
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Soundtrack Review: Stranger Things (2016) by Dixon and Stein

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Stranger Things dropped on Netflix two months ago, and ensnared our collective consciousness. It’s an 80’s homage without being derivative, paying respects to the giants of horror and sci-fi of …
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