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– I SEE LONDON, I SEE FRANCE! Here’s a video from the set of “Amazing Spider-Man 2” featuring Spider-Man pantsing an un-Rhino’d Rhino.
– I BELIEVE A MAN CAN FLY, NOW LET ME WATCH THE MOVIE! I love these soaring Superman posters for “Man of Steel.”
– BUT I WANT TO CREATE A KAIJU! Make your own Kaiju-killing Jaeger mech from “Pacific Rim.” Click the image to play!
– THE MOST GLORIOUS COMMERCIAL EVER? Go behind the scenes of Oreo’s epic, animated new ad.
– CANCELED! DC kills“Legion of Superheroes,” “Demon Knights,” “Dial H,” and “Threshold.” Here’s the solicitation for each final issue:
“Legion of Superheroes” #23:
In this final issue, the Legion picks itself up after the brutal attack from the Fatal Five nearly destroyed civilization across the cosmos! While some Legionaires bury their dead, others fight for the future of the Legion against a society that now doesn’t trust them. Don’t miss surprises galore in this landmark issue drawn by Kevin Maguire as the true nature of the Legion is questioned—and the future of the DCU is changed in a way you’ll never expect!
“Demon Knights” #23:
The Knights are running out of options as they try to protect the Holy Grail! Plus, the fate of the Black Diamond is revealed!
“Dial H” #15:
This extra-sized conclusion to the epic DIAL H series has all the answers you’ve been looking for, and more questions you didn’t even think to ask! Stay on the line! The entire universe is at stake!
The game is over for the Hunted! Who lives and who dies is sure to set the universe ablaze. Plus, a major villain emerges from the shadows!
– ARISE! Check out the trailer for “Ghost in the Shell: ARISE.” According to Wikipedia, “ARISE” is:
…a film series that serves as a reimagining of Masamune Shirow’s Ghost in the Shell. The films, a four-part series, feature new character designs and is directed by Kazuchika Kise, screenplay by Tow Ubukata, and music by Cornelius.
’Til tomorrow, gang!