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    ABC to deliver a sneak peek at The Avengers: Age of Ultron next monthDespite the fact it's literally just went into production, it looks like we'll be getting our first look at The Avengers: Age of Ultron next month when ABC delivers a special "sneak peek" at Joss Whedon's hotly-anticipated sequel on March 18th, Entertainment Weekly has revealed.

    The preview will be shown as part of the network's one-hour special Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe which will also feature new footage from Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., as well as giving us a "front row seat to the inception of Marvel Studios, the record-breaking films, the cultural phenomenon, and further expansion of the universe by Marvel Television."

    The Avengers: Age of Ultron is set for release on May 1st 2015 with Whedon directing a cast that includes MCU veterans Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Evans (Captain America), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Mark Ruffalo (The Incredible Hulk), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Don Cheadle (War Machine), Cobie Smulders (Maria Hill), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury) and Paul Bettany (JARVIS / The Vision) alongside new additions Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Kick-Ass 2) as Quicksilver, Elizabeth Olsen (Oldboy) as the Scarlet Witch, James Spader (The Blacklist) as Ultron, and Thomas Kretschmann (Dracula) as Baron Strucker.





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  • 02/27/14--13:52: Fleming - Episode 3 Review
  • Gavin Logan reviews episode three of Fleming...

    After watching the third episode I'm getting the distinct feeling that my earlier conclusions on the mini-series are slowly but surely being confirmed. Started off well, promising something familiar yet new but really in the end only delivering a water-downed version of the famous cocktail, neither shaken or stirred and lacking a hell of a lot of gin. That's not to say there wasn't some decent, fast paced action here or an extensive expansion on Fleming's weird love/hate relationship with Ann O'Neill. Much of the episode focussed on Fleming's relentless desire to be in the field but in turn indulging in his own self-questioning incompetence. Is he a doer or a thinker?

    We kick off the episode following Fleming running through a dark corridor speckled with Nazi regalia, making his way to some sort of target. After he triggers a trip wire he attempts to dodge flying bullets and remarkably he succeeds. Only we find out seconds later that this is simply a training exercise and in reality Fleming would've died long before he made it to his target. We're in Canada at a high-tech training camp and Fleming is deep in development mode, not just for himself but in preparation for his new team of double-hard commandos he's calling 30 Assault Unit. After lots and lots of jumping into muddy puddles and bouncing behind trees, Fleming firmly believes his new team are ready to be deployed as does Admiral Godfrey, only the latter also believes that Fleming himself would better be suited staying in the office. A judgement that soon gets proven to be true.

    While the 30AU team are off kicking Nazi arse, Fleming is failing field tests again, this time the inability to pull the trigger on an enemy leaving himself with a battered eye but more prominently a battered pride. The recurring emphasis on Fleming's brain being his most powerful asset is strongly thrusted into the foreground when he writes up a document for a new agency known as the C.I.A. which is hailed as "a real page turner". It's highlighted again when a fellow officer "steals" a previous idea of his that was quashed and is then put into action. Now we're getting the idea that Fleming, the man, the lover and the writer are actually melding into the same person and finally we can see some clarification as to where and when the finishing line may be coming into place. The keen eye for detail that Fleming continually uses throughout his tasks, in this case making sure a dead body is convincing right down to the teeth and love letters he has written, succinctly illustrates the answer to an earlier question; he is in fact very much a thinker.

    It seems just as Fleming is cementing a historical stamp in his career, his private life is anything less than uncontrollable, unmanageable and unsavoury, all of which may not necessarily be deemed negative elements. Despite their obvious attraction to each other and their discernible mutual respect for what can only be described as tame S&M, Fleming admits that he is not fit for marriage. Certainly his lover, in previous episodes, has shown herself to be someone who feeds off spontaneity and a dangerous excitement but for the first time we also see a more sensitive side after she learns of her husbands death. This incident, as tragic as it is, only sparks off an ultimatum of sorts between Ann and Fleming. She proclaims that her other lover Esmond will propose and also highlights to Fleming that she "needs to be married". No pressure then Ian!

    Next week's final episode promises amongst other things, gadgets and German soldiers. The War is nearly over and surely Fleming is beginning to agree with his superior, the office is a better playground that the battlefield and a typewriter can be just as empowering as a gun.

    Gavin Logan - Follow me on Twitter and A-Z Movie Challenge.





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    According to Deadline, Watchmen and The Conjuring star Patrick Wilson is set to join Marvel's Phase Three-launching Ant-Man, although there's no word yet as to which character he will be playing.

    Ant-Man is being directed by Edgar Wright (The World's End), with Paul Rudd (Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues) playing Scott Lang and Michael Douglas (Behind the Candelabra) set to play the original miniature hero, Dr. Henry 'Hank' Pym. Evangeline Lilly (The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug) is also said to be in talks about taking on the female lead, while Michael Pena (End of Watch) is rumoured for a villainous role.

    Ant-Man is set for release on July 17th, 2015.





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    Back in 2009, Zack Snyder achieved what many thought impossible when he brought Alan Moore and Dave Hibbons seminal comic book Watchmen to the screen. However, things could have been different had Joel Silver (Lethal Weapon, Die Hard) had his way, with the producer spending much of the late 80s and the early 90s attempting to get his own adaptation off the ground alongside director Terry Gilliam (Brazil, The Zero Theorem). And, speaking to Coming Soon, Silver has spoken about his plans for Watchmen, stating that their take on the material would have been "MUCH better" than that of Snyder:

    "It was a MUCH much better movie. Oh God. I mean, Zack [Snyder] came at it the right way but was too much of a slave to the material. [We were working from] a Sam Hamm script--who had written a script that everybody loved for the first Batman - and then [Gilliam] brought in a guy who'd worked for him to do work on it [Charles McKeown, co-writer of Brazil]. What he did was he told the story as-is, but instead of the whole notion of the intergalactic thing which was too hard and too silly, what he did was he maintained that the existence of Doctor Manhattan had changed the whole balance of the world economy, the world political structure. He felt that THAT character really altered the way reality had been."

    "[McKeown] had the Ozymandias character convince, essentially, the Doctor Manhattan character to go back and stop himself from being created, so there never would be a Doctor Manhattan character," Silver continues. "He was the only character with real supernatural powers, he went back and prevented himself from being turned into Doctor Manhattan, and in the vortex that was created after that occurred these characters from "Watchmen" only became characters in a comic book... So the three characters, I think it was Rorschach and Nite Owl and Silk Spectre, they're all of the sudden in Times Square and there's a kid reading a comic book.. and he's like, 'Hey, you're just like in my comic book.' It was very smart, it was very articulate, and it really gave a very satisfying resolution to the story, but it just didn't happen. Lost to time."


    Would you have liked to see Joel Silver and Terry Gilliam's Watchmen? Let us know in the comments below or head on over to The Flickering Myth Forum...





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    Ahead of its arrival next month, Disney has released a song and dance number / music video / trailer for Muppets Most Wanted, which picks up right from the ending of 2011's The Muppets as Kermit and company announce that "We're Doing a Sequel"; check it out below....

    Muppets Most Wanted takes the entire Muppets gang on a global tour, selling out grand theaters in some of Europe's most exciting destinations, including Berlin, Madrid and London. But mayhem follows the Muppets overseas, as they find themselves unwittingly entangled in an international crime caper headed by Constantine—the World's Number One Criminal and a dead ringer for Kermit—and his dastardly sidekick Dominic, aka Number Two.

    Muppets Most Wanted is directed once again by James Bobin and stars Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell and Tina Fey alongside a host of celebrity cameos from the likes of Sean Combs, Celine Dion, Lady Gaga, Zach Galifianakis, Salyma Hayek, Tom Hiddleston, Frank Langella, Ray Liotta, Danny Trejo, Stanley Tucci, Usher, and Christoph Waltz.


    Muppets Most Wanted opens in North America on March 21st and in the UK on March 28th, and we'll have a review up for you soon.





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    The pastel coloured and drug infested world of Sonny Crocket and Ricardo “Rico” Tubbs enters the realm of digital comics with a new series of adventures created by Lion Forge Comics in partnership with NBCUniversal Television Consumer Products.  The first issue has the two undercover detectives of the Metro-Dade Police Department investigating the death of a model and the arrival of a new narcotics player to the city of Miami.


    “The stories for Miami Vice take place during the original era and are a combination of the TV episodes plus new material,” stated Shannon Eric Denton, senior editor, Lion Forge. “Everyone involved with this title are huge fans of the show and have poured their hearts and souls into it.”  Handling the literary duties is writer, producer and director Jonathan London (When Ninjas Attack) who is collaborating with Brazilian illustrator Geanes Holland.

     

     
    “The digital comic medium allows us to really dig in creatively so that fans enjoy Miami Vicefor the visual masterpiece that it is,” remarked David Steward II, founder and CEO of Lion Forge. “Also with a digital format, readers can relive and share with their friends the glory days of the 80s from the convenience of their smartphones or tablets.”


    Miami Vice #1 will be available via the Amazon Kindle Bookstore, ComicsPlus, Google Books and other e-book stores.





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    The epic 8-part comic series created by Jason Aaron and Mike Deodato has gotten a lot of artist support as Marvel has released a collection of variant covers illustrated by Steve McNiven, Agustin Alessio, Stephanie Hans, Butch Guice,  Marco Checchetto, Paul Renaud, Mike McKone and Jung-Sik Akn.


    On the moon, the dead body of Uatu, The Watcher has been discovered. His home ransacked. Looted of its valuable alien technology. But something far more dangerous was taken. The Watchers eyeball – which has borne witness to every event and every secret in the history of the Marvel Universe now rests in the hands of his killer. Secrets that are about to get out.










    Original Sin #1arrives in May 2014.




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    The trouble with the past is that it never seems to go away in a story written by Jonathan Hickman and illustrated by Rags Morales.


    No more bloodshed. The proud Black Panther and the arrogant Namor have sued for peace. To save their nations of Wakanda and Atlantis they must set aside their differences. As members of the Illuminati, a secret collective of the Marvel Universe’s most powerful heroes, they must work together in secret to stop the extinction of their entire universe! But their amends may be too little too late. Their universe is unravelling – and everyone pays the price for their sins.







    New Avengers 16.NOW which features a cover by Mike Deodato and a variant by Rags Morales arrives on March 26, 2014.





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    A story arc by writer Rick Remender and artist Daniel Acuña for Earth’s Mightiest Heroes revolves around a planetary introduction.


    Welcome to Planet X – the new mutant homeworld. Torn from their home, Homo Superior has begun anew away from a world that hates and fears them. Life is great – assuming you possess the mutant gene!


    Janet Van Dyne, the Wasp, stands alone as the last remaining human being alive. Now, she fights for her life against Magneto and his All-New X-Force! Magneto’s dream of mutant superiority almost in his grasp – he’ll stop at nothing to exterminate the last of humanity once and for all! But they’ll have to get through the Wasp’s husband Havok first! And the leader of the Uncanny Avengers won’t go down that easily!


    “It’s been a long time coming—more than a year in the making!—but we’re finally at the big epic climax of Rick’s mega-arc,” stated Executive Editor Tom Brevoort. “As readers have reacted to the startling events of the past few issues, wondering just how all of this can possibly be happening, we’ve known all along that the real shockers were yet to come!”








    Uncanny Avengers #18.NOW which features variant covers by In-Hyuk Lee, Rob Guillory, and Katie Cook goes on sale March 26, 2014.





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    Matt Smith reviews the eleventh episode of Elementary season 2...


    Just as I start talking about Sherlock Holmes bringing logic back to the world with the return of Elementary last week, he has a week full of self-reflection and cluelessness this week. I’m a step behind the producers of Elementary, and that puts paid to the idea that critics know nothing and the people making this show actually do know what they’re doing. Which make

    I mentioned the plot of last week’s episode wrapped itself up in a rather sitcom-like bow in concerns to Holmes’ return to police work, but I rather neglected the strand concerning Detective Bell (Jon Michael Hall) losing the full use of his arm due to a revenge-driven man who’d lost everything, which came about in no small part because of the involvement of our hero Holmes.

    This week they’re both back at work, but at limited capacities. Bell behind a desk (there’s a joke there about a hotel and prisoners with early release), Holmes plagued by a buzzing in his head distracting him from the case at hand. He doesn’t know who a certain woman is in relation to her past with Watson, and he can’t even figure out he’s guilty for the past events with the shooter. Terribly, Holmes is clueless.

    Like previous instalments of the show, it’s almost like the case in point doesn’t matter. But this week it’s all about the possibility of guilt and the grey areas between good and evil. Was Holmes right in how he treated people last week? Does it matter? Was the first murder victim a complete criminal if he was helping families get restoration payments? Holmes is constantly searching for the truth in every case, but it seems like this week he’s constantly behind. Despite all his skills, he’s unused to being more socially adept with the use of empathy.

    Fortunately, the episode isn’t too serious and down in the dumps, with some humorous, cutting observations concerning children’s use of cameras and the name ‘Randy’. Once again, the series manages to keep a bit of a balance between character development, serious soul searching, light heartedness and the all-important case. There’s sometimes room for more than one at a time, with the ironic situation of Holmes stating he doesn’t want to help people while working for the police force, on a case concerning restoration payments for a high number of people who were wronged.

    The series has shown immense growth in the character of Sherlock Holmes, and the first episode season one Holmes would probably be unrecognisable in ways. But it also shows it’s near impossible to make huge changes to yourself instantly. Like becoming a sponsor, or being in a situation where it’s not about him, Holmes is still taking baby steps into the shallow end. It’s not just about logic for him now, which should bring new territory and new possibilities in the coming episodes.

    Like a critic of human nature, Holmes doesn’t quite know what he’s doing. But like many critics before and after him, he’ll stick his hand up and do his best to make sense. With the illogical growth of his personality and all the advantages and disadvantages it brings to Sherlock Holmes, he becomes a more realistic character. He isn’t merely the wearer of a particular hat, a holder of magnifying glasses and explainer of mysteries. He’s a human being. Which sounds like a plea on behalf of critics everywhere, which isn’t what I intended at all. But then, what do I know, I’m clueless.

    s guessing what’s coming in later episodes really very difficult.

    Matt Smith - follow me on Twitter.




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    Ahead of its premiere in just under a fortnight, the El Rey Network has released five blood-soaked character posters for Robert Rodriguez's upcoming small screen adaptation From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, which we've got for you right here...






    From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series sees D.J. Cotrona (Dear John, G.I. Joe: Retaliation) and Zane Holtz (Holes, The Perks of Being a Wallflower) taking over from George Clooney and Tarantino as the Gecko brothers, while the rest of the cast includes Robert Patrick (Terminator 2: Judgment Day, The X-Files) as Jacob Fuller, Madison Davenport (Save Me, Shameless) as Kate Fuller, Brandon Soo Hoo (Tropic Thunder, Ender’s Game) as Scott Fuller, Don Johnson (Django Unchained, Nash Bridges) as Sheriff Earl McGraw, Adrianne Palicki (Friday Night Lights, G.I. Joe: Retaliation) as Vanessa Styles, Jake Busey (Starship Troopers, Enemy of the State) as Professor Aiden Tanner, Lane Garrison (Bonnie & Clyde, Prison Break) as Pete and Eiza González(Lola: Érase Una Vez) as Santánico Pandemonium. Watch the trailer here.





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    A uniquely disturbing tale from the director of Stake Land, Jim Mickle brings a tense, heartbreaking and dramatic horror to life in this beautifully told tale of family, tradition and death.

    With breakout performances from Bill Sage (Boardwalk Empire) and newcomers Julia Garner (Martha Marcy May Marlene) and Ambyr Childers (The Master), We Are What We Are is an undeniably stylised piece of cinema.

    To support the release of We Are What We Are (coming to select UK cinemas on 28th February and DVD 3rd March) we have an exclusive quad poster to give away to one lucky winner.Read on for details of how to enter the competition...

    In We Are What We Are, a seemingly wholesome and benevolent family, the Parkers have always kept to themselves, and for good reason. Behind closed doors, patriarch Frank (Sage) rules his family with a rigorous ferver, determined to keep his ancestral customs intact at any cost. As a torrential rainstorm moves into the area, tragedy strikes and his daughters Iris (Childers) and Rose (Garner) are forced to assume responsibilities that extend beyond those of a typical family. As the unrelenting downpour continues to flood their small town, the local authorities begin to uncover clues that bring them closer to the secret that the Parkers have held closely for so many years.

    Pre-order We Are What We Are via Amazon.

    To be in with a chance of winning, firstly make sure you like us on Facebook (or follow us on Twitter)...



    ...Then complete your details below, using the subject heading "POSTER". The competition closes at midnight on Saturday, March 15th. UK entrants only please.

     
    By entering this competition you agree to our terms and conditions, which you can read here.





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    DC Comics has announced details of its 2014 September event, with Newsarama revealing that all ongoing series in the month will flash forward five years to depict a possible future for the New 52, with the titles picking up from the new weekly series The New 52: Futures End, which launches in May. As with Villains Month, the Futures End event will also see the return of the popular 3D motion cover variants, such as the Superman one pictued.

    "[Futures End] gives some exciting teases of potential storylines that might be coming for our characters in the near future," said DC Co-Publisher Dan DiDio said of the event. "These stories aren't going to just be tied into the weekly. But what you'll be seeing is a lot of the writers who are working on series right now projecting forward — their ideas, their storylines, where they think their character might be five years from now. We really wanted to show things that seem like the logical progression of the characters and where the story lines are going."

    The Futures End titles will be available to order from May 29th.





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    Deadline has revealed that Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to the hugely popular video game Minecraft, with a view to developing a live-action movie under producer Roy Lee, who is coming off the massively successful animated comedy The LEGO Movie.

    Created by Swedish programmer Markus Persson and published by Mojang, Minecraft was released in 2009 and is an open-world sandbox game where players build and destroy constructs out of 3D cubes. The game has been ported to numerous platforms including Android, iOS, Xbox and PlayStation and has attracted over 100 million gamers, giving a potentially huge audience for Warner Bros. to market a movie.

    Are you excited for a Minecraft movie? Let us know in the comments below or head on over to The Flickering Myth Forum...





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    It's one of only a handful of 80s properties yet to get the reboot treatment, but John Carpenter's 1986 cult classic Big Trouble in Little China looks to be getting a new comic book series from Boom! Studios and The Goon creator Eric Powell, who shared the following image on Twitter with the caption, "Oh, yeah. This is happening [and] it gets better. More news Friday"...


    This isn't the first time we've had an announcement on a Big Trouble in Little China comic book, with Top Cow announcing at the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con International that it was producing its own title, only for the project to fall apart.





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    After shutting down production following the death of leading man Paul Walker late last year, The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that filming on Fast & Furious 7 will resume this April for a six-to-eight week shoot. Screenwriter Chris Morgan has retooled the script and it's expected that Walker's character will be "retired", as opposed to being killed off.

    Fast & Furious 7 is being directed by James Wan (The Conjuring) and stars franchise veterans Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris and Lucas Black alongside Djimon Hounsou (Guardians of the Galaxy), Tony Jaa (Ong Bak), Nathalie Emmanuel (Game of Thrones) and Ronda Rousey (The Expendables 3). It is set for release on April 10th 2015.





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    Speaking to Empire, Anchorman director Adam McKay (Step Brothers, The Other Guys) has resolutely confirmed there will not be another sequel to the Ron Burgundy-starring movies. Read what he had to say below:

    No, that’s the last sequel we’re gonna do. There’s nothing more fun to me than new characters and a new world. And now we’re releasing this alt version, we’re totally satisfied. No Anchorman 3…  I’m going to say definitely no. I’ll actually say it in this case!

    That's not a 'never say never,' it's a 'no-way, Jose' - not only denying Anchorman sequels, but all others too. If a Step Brothers 2 is ever going to happen, it'll have to be under a different director.

    But, in a semantic piece of logic dodging, the alternative cut of Anchorman 2 is out in cinemas in the US and UK from today, with 763 new jokes and the same cast as the first release. That includes Will Ferrell, Christina Applegate, Steve Carrell, Paul Rudd, David Koechner, Fred Willard, Chris Parnell, Vince Vaughn, Harrison Ford, Kristen Wiig, Dylan Baker, Greg Kinnear, James Marsden and Meagan Good.

    Be sure to head on over to our YouTube channel for exclusive interviews with Adam McKay and stars Christina Applegate, James Marsden and Meagan Good...




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    Matt Smith reviews episode 6 of The Following season 2...

    In last week’s review stopovers were mentioned. This week’s episode features an airplane and a trip to Venezuela. It’s all coming together... just as everything fittingly starts falling apart. This week sees the dissolution of factions good and evil. The above picture is the picture of teamwork, but it’s unfortunately coming apart for everyone. The cult’s pulling itself apart as it seems Agent Weston (Shawn Ashmore) is on to the idea that the FBI has an intelligence leak.

    With the House of Killers looking like a mausoleum, it’s fitting this is the week Ryan Hardy makes his discovery of said abode. Both he and Weston, perhaps permanently affected by the events of season one, are becoming what they trained to stop. Killers and liars. Which isn’t an original premise, but it’s done with such balls-out glee it almost doesn’t seem the point.

    This and particular episodes before it have at times felt like fulfilment of primal urges found presumably in the audience. The need to ‘punish’ evil, with the more obvious violence and the gloating that goes on over interrogations and phone calls.

    That and Hardy’s willingness to murder in cold blood is worrying in the sense that the show doesn’t seem to have much to say on the matter. In the previous series it seemed they at least tried to bring up the topic of interrogation and murder as a point of discussion, while here it seems more like violent wish fulfilment. Although it did bring up the question of why Hardy seems worse because he’s now using the weapon of choice of the cult. What is the difference between Hardy shooting a cult member and stabbing them, in the end?


    For more self-awareness, go to the bad guys. Joe Carroll’s façade is broken in front of Emma. He admits he’s not a writer in any decent sense, and admits he fears letting more people down. Though, as the arch-villain of the series, there is the feeling that there’s more than meets the eye whenever Carroll does anything. James Purefoy’s performance once again showing some glee in the slightly less worrying area of playing the dark pantomime villain. With his twitchy smirk, he can say more about his own character than most without uttering a word.

    This episode feels and would sound more like the lead up to a season finale. Hardy on Carroll’s heels, the cult considering an escape attempt to South America and the FBI one step away from taking down the wrong main character. The fear is that the series is stretched out when it would naturally finish sooner. Like Hardy’s and Weston’s descent into darkness, the journey doesn’t seem long for the telling (also seemingly bought up by Carroll’s admittance that he hasn’t long for this Earth).

    Hopefully the series doesn’t think it needs longer than it actually does. Like the connections that Carroll and Hardy have with the same enemy, it wouldn’t be a good end to the series if the one, but overriding, negative was that things went on for too long.

    Matt Smith - follow me on Twitter.




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    Sometimes mistakes have ungodly consequences such as in a tale created by writer Dan Abnett, artist Andy Clarke and colourist Antonio Fuso which serves as the fourth instalment of a seven-part miniseries.


    Sinister and Dexter have had more than one close scrape but when they accidentally take out the entire Belvmoi Branch of the Sons of Satan, they unwittingly unleash a curse that may send them 666 feet under. Plus, Sinister and Dexter meet for the first time?!










    Sinister Dexter #4arrives on March 5, 2014.




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    What would happen if Samurai Jack encountered The Powerpuff Girls or Ben 10?  The answers are to be discovered in a six-issue crossover miniseries where a group of Cartoon Network heroes band together to prevent the enslavement of the entire universe by Aku, Vilgax, Mandark, and Mojo Jojo.


    "I love writing group books! So obviously, Super Secret Crisis War! is my dream job!" stated series writer Louise Simonson, "Even researching the series is fun—who doesn’t love watching cartoons!? Especially excellent, award-winning cartoon series like Samurai Jack, Ben 10, Powerpuff Girls, Dexter’s Laboratory, and Ed, Edd, & Eddy. But the very best part is seeing the art and design so beautifully realized by the wonderful Derek Charm. Fun characters, great artist, and a really fine editorial team at IDW!"  Along with Derek Charm providing the artwork and covers, Troy Little will be creating a collection of subscription covers for each issue which will form one huge image plus Katie Cook along with other illustrators will be providing a series of variant covers.


    Super Secret Crisis War commences for all-ages in June 2014 while a month later Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Johnny Bravo, Codename: Kids Next Door, and Cow and Chicken enter the cosmic ruckus with their own one-shots issues.




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