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Dark Tower: The Gunslinger – The Journey Begins Launches This May

The Man in Black has laid ruin everything Roland Deschain holds dear and this May, the Lone Gunslinger embarks on an all-new quest to avenge his fallen gunslingers in Dark Tower: The Gunslinger – The Journey Begins #1. Now’s your chance to jump onboard the acclaimed Dark Tower series with this new blockbuster series! …

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Singer & McQuarrie Reunite for Jack the Giant Killer

Bryan Singer has re-teamed with screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie, who previously worked with Singer on The Usual Suspects and Valkyrie, to write a new draft of his latest film, Jack the Giant Killer. According to the Hollywood Reporter’s Heat Vision blog, McQuarrie is working diligently to update the script, which has …

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Looney Tunes, Young Justice, and Mad Join The Cartoon Network Lineup

Cartoon Network unveiled a substantial new line-up of content at its annual Advertising Upfront presentation at New York’s Time Warner Center. Delivering on its promise to launch a diverse slate of programming that young audiences cannot find anywhere else, new Cartoon Network shows will incorporate a number of genres and …

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Brian Bendis & Michael Oeming’s Powers Goes Digital

The superstar, award-winning team of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming bring their landmark Powers series to your favorite mobile device! The groundbreaking first six issues of Powers, presenting the now-classic “Who Killed Retro Girl?” storyline, are now available for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch users through the Comixology, Iverse and Panelfly applications, …

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Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips’ Criminal and Incognito Go Digital

The Eisner-winning team of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips have brought their acclaimed Criminal and Incognito series to your favorite mobile device. Criminal #1, Criminal #2, from the original series launch, and Incognito #1 are now available to iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch users through the Comixology, Iverse and Panefly applications, while PSP users can …

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