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The Week in Geek: Mega City One, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, and More

Welcome to another Week in Geek, with a bumper load of Spider-Man news for you to enjoy. Buckle up kids, it's going to be a bumpy ride. Read More >>

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The New Kingsman Comic Sequel Will Delve Into Both Sides of Eggsy’s Spy-Life

The Golden Circle isn’t the only Kingsman sequel out this year. Image has announced that it will publish the followup to Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons’s 2012 spyfi series. Although it’s a new creative team and a new adventure, it will still focus on Eggsy’s struggle to reconcile his place in the class-dominated world of superspydom. Read More >>

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Greg Pak Will Uncover John Wick’s Origin Story in a New Comic Series

It’s not just superheroes that have the monopoly on comic book origin stories. Now Keanu Reeves’ kinda-sorta-not-really ex-hitman John Wick is getting his own, in the form of a new comic series coming later this year. Read More >>

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The Week in Geek: Doctor Who, Spider-Men II, Black Lightning, and More

In this Week in Geek, we have a preview of the next Spider-Men team-up series, more information on the first series of Black Lightning, a few snippets about what to expect from the next series of Doctor Who, and more. Read More >>

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Watchmen’s Iconic Smiley Face Button Almost Didn’t Happen

Doctor Manhattan’s naked blue body aside, there are few images that scream Watchmen louder than the Comedian’s bloody smiley face button. According to Watchmen artist Dave Gibbons, though, the button was a fluke that almost didn’t happen. Read More >>

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Gene Simmons Wants to Trademark Spider-Man’s ‘Thwip’ Hand Gesture

I want you to stop what you’re doing, raise your dominant hand, and imitate Spider-Man shooting webs from his wrists. Look at your hand. See that “thwip, thwip” gesture you’re making? Gene Simmons of KISS fame wants to trademark that gesture. Read More >>

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What You Should Know About Mr. Negative, the Villain of Spider-Man’s Amazing New Video Game

During Sony’s presentation at E3 earlier this week, we got an extended look at Insomniac’s upcoming Spider-Man game for the PS4, out sometime next year. In addition to giving us a brief glimpse of both Peter Parker and Miles Morales, Spider-Man also introduced a relatively new villain you may not be familiar with: Mr. Negative. Read More >>

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DC’s Bringing Back Its Bombshells To Explore the Fallout of World War II

DC’s Bombshells was the sort of comic that you could just pick up randomly, with zero understanding of the series’ plot—and immediately get sucked into some of the best story arcs ever written for the publisher’s most iconic female characters. Read More >>

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The Week in Geek: Hellboy, Game of Thrones, Infinity War, and More

In this Week in Geek we have news on the seventh and eight series of Game of Thrones, some pre-production on the Hellboy reboot, a behind-the-scenes video from Avengers: Infinity War, and much more. Read More >>

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Stargate Universe’s Series-Ending Cliffhanger Will Finally Get Resolved

The third Stargate series, Stargate Universe, ended after only two seasons and just 40 episodes. It also ended on a fairly big cliffhanger that has remained unresolved for six years. But an ending, and a new “season,” are coming in the form of a comic book. Read More >>

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The New Darth Vader Comic Gives Us a Much Better Version of Revenge of the Sith’s Infamous “Noooo!”

The moment Anakin Skywalker reawakens as the armour-clad Darth Vader in Revenge of the Sith should be one of the most horrifying and tragic moments in Star Wars history. Instead, it’s one of the most infamously mocked moments of the prequels. This week's new Darth Vader comic though, revisits the moment do finally do it justice. Read More >>

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Stan Lee’s Cameo in Doctor Strange Could Have Been a Lot Creepier

Way back when, James Gunn filmed a bunch of Stan Lee cameos in a row for not only his Marvel movie, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but three other films as well. One of the cameos Gunn filmed popped up in Doctor Strange, but it wasn’t the only option on the table. Read More >>

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The Man Who Played Legion’s Devil With the Yellow Eyes Lived Every Nerd’s Dream

Quinton Boisclair basically has the dream origin story: he was working in a comic book store when someone making a comic book TV show realised he had the perfect body shape for being a creature. And not only did he get the job, he got to use his knowledge to help teach the makeup artists about his character. Read More >>

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The First Time Batman and Superman Met Wonder Woman Was Downright Adorable

Timed perfectly with the launch of the Wonder Woman, today’s Wonder Woman Annual is jam-packed with stories that highlight Diana’s strength, hope, and love. It also features a great little story about her first encounter with Bruce and Clark in the New 52 that is as cute as a button. Read More >>

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Essential Reading Before You See Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman has been on comic pages since 1941, so its a travesty that it took so long for her to get her own solo movie. But it's very nearly here, and that means she's going to be re-introduced to a great many people who don't know her comic book history. If you're one of them, here's a selection of stuff you should read before you head into the cinema. Read More >>