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San Diego Comic-Con Preview Night kicks off tomorrow evening, so the Daily Geek will officially become a Comic-Con round-up machine! But here's one more day of randomness before we go full steam ahead.
Will the next Hulk movie be based on Mark Waid's current "Indestructible Hulk" run? Maybe!
Check out Ivan Reis and Joe Prado’s triptych cover for the “Trinity War” titles "Justice League" #23, "Justice League of America" #7, and "Justice League Dark" #23.
THE DOCTOR LANDS IN HEATHROW!
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of "Doctor Who," travelers will be treated to a load of "Who" goodness including the "Cybermen, TARDIS photo booths, genuine props and memorabilia, and augmented reality experiences," as well as, performances by the London Philharmonic Orchestra of music from the show in Terminal 5.
Is JGL up for Stephen Strange? I'm sure he's on Marvel's list, but at this point, isn't he on every studios' list for every role?
THE REAL-LIFE MONSTER WAR!
If "Pacific Rim" was real, the Pentagon wouldn't turn to giant mechs. According to Popular Science:
Apache helicopters enrage the creature with chain guns and missiles from an acceptable stand-off range. They could also pop up from behind buildings and hills, take their shots, and dip down again. Once the creature is coaxed into an open area, troops on the ground paint it with lasers. The B-1s overhead drop their full load of precision bombs on the thing. Lancers can carry BLU-109 penetrating bombs that can burrow into a bunker before exploding. These could burrow through the hide of a beast and detonate within.
The Harvery's were announced yesterday! People sure do like "Hawkeye"! Check out the full rundown of nominees here.
BONES HATES ROBOTS!
Check out the first trailer for J.J. Abrams' "iRobot"-looking TV series, "Almost Human."
'Til tomorrow, gang!