Charles Dance Voicing Major ‘Witcher 3’ Character
Game of Thrones’ Charles Dance continues his fantasy work, moving to voice a character in upcoming RPG Witcher 3.

Charles Dance Voicing Major ‘Witcher 3’ Character

Game of Thrones’ Charles Dance continues his fantasy work, moving to voice a character in upcoming RPG Witcher 3.

Drama Alert: Tensions Flare Between CBR, Bleeding Cool Over CLiNT Cancelation
The end of the British comics magazine was announced on American website Comic Book Resources.
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Drama Alert: Tensions Flare Between CBR, Bleeding Cool Over CLiNT Cancelation

The end of the British comics magazine was announced on American website Comic Book Resources.

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Marvel Residents Brace for Universe to Change Forever With Infinity #1
The weary fictional people who reside in Marvel’s comic book universe have no choice but to begrudgingly accept their fate.
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Marvel Residents Brace for Universe to Change Forever With Infinity #1

The weary fictional people who reside in Marvel’s comic book universe have no choice but to begrudgingly accept their fate.

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New ‘Witcher 3’ Cinematic Released Today
Vin Diesel Confirms His Role As Groot
Review: Infinity #1
Infinity is ambitious and confusing but beautifully drawn.
Looking at July’s sales figures, I was struck by the sales disparity between the first three chapters ofDC’s Trinity War event.  Whereas the crossover’s first chapter, Justice League #22, sold over 110,000 copies to retailers, Justice League Dark #22, the third chapter of the event, sold only 61,500.  If ICv2’s figures (or at least their ratios) are remotely accurate, only 56% of readers who read the first chapter of the event would have access to the third chapter.  It’s an odd little statistic, one that speaks to the inherent flaw of multi-title crossover events: If retailers don’t significantly increase their orders, the readership is screwed.
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Review: Infinity #1

Infinity is ambitious and confusing but beautifully drawn.

Looking at July’s sales figures, I was struck by the sales disparity between the first three chapters ofDC’s Trinity War event.  Whereas the crossover’s first chapter, Justice League #22, sold over 110,000 copies to retailers, Justice League Dark #22, the third chapter of the event, sold only 61,500.  If ICv2’s figures (or at least their ratios) are remotely accurate, only 56% of readers who read the first chapter of the event would have access to the third chapter.  It’s an odd little statistic, one that speaks to the inherent flaw of multi-title crossover events: If retailers don’t significantly increase their orders, the readership is screwed.

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New International Trailer for ‘300: Rise of an Empire’
Michonne Riding A Horse is News
Though we saw Michonne on horseback on the SDCC Walking Dead poster and we all ran that, now that we have an official still, we are all running it again.
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Michonne Riding A Horse is News

Though we saw Michonne on horseback on the SDCC Walking Dead poster and we all ran that, now that we have an official still, we are all running it again.

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Telltale Releases First Trailer to Once Upon a Time Video Game
Check out the trailer for the first chapter of Once Upon a Time: Wolf Among Us.

Telltale Releases First Trailer to Once Upon a Time Video Game

Check out the trailer for the first chapter of Once Upon a Time: Wolf Among Us.