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Keepers Of The Fringe, Episode 19-Magic Rainbow Bridge Land And The Detachable Side Mullet

Keepers Of The Fringe, Episode 19-Magic Rainbow Bridge Land And The Detachable Side Mullet

Topics discussed in this episode:

  1. Michael Bay says that Transformers: The Last Knight is definitely his last Transformers film
  2. Danny Elfman will compose the score for the Justice League movie
  3. Kevin Smith is working on a horror anthology film
  4. Tank Girl director Rachel Talalay wants to direct a She-Hulk movie
  5. Upcoming Big Trouble In Little China comic series will be a sequel co-written by John Carpenter
  6. Tom Holland confirms a planned trilogy for the Spider-Man films

A discussion on the biggest videogame reveals from E3 this year

  1. Keepers movie review of the week-Vampirella

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Marvelette Missives – Hulk

Marvelette Missives – Hulk

Big things happened in the Marvel Universe late last year with Civil War II. In case you missed it, much like the original Civil War, all the Marvel heroes were at odds with each other, this time over the ability to stop or prepare for attacks and catastrophes before they happened (there’s an inhuman “seer” involved). Of course, the camps were “yes, this is great, let’s do it” vs “no, this is bad, these people have done nothing wrong yet”.  More

Marvelette Missives – Digging Up the Past

Marvelette Missives – Digging Up the Past

I believe that if you are truly a fan of something, you should gather as much knowledge about it as you can (and, as a fan, you’re going to want to know everything anyway). This is particularly true of comic books characters, especially those with a long history. Sure, you can get origin stories and details on wiki sites or, sometimes, through a publisher’s website. But whenever possible, reading the actual stories is the best way to immerse yourself in the character. More