Paul Rudd Experiences Trial by Water in New "Ant-Man" Clip

Marvel Studios’ “Ant-Man” marketing blitz continues with an all-new clip featuring Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang trying out the suit.

Beast and Mystique Get a Little Frisky in New "X-Men: Days of Future Past – The Rogue Cut" Clip

A new scene from the upcoming “X-Men: Days of Future Past – The Rogue Cut” features an intimate moment between Beast and Mystique

Preview: ‘Voltron: From The Ashes’ #1 (of 6)

Voltron: From The Ashes #1
Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
Release Date: September 16, 2015
Cover Price: $3.99
Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Blacky Shepherd
Cover: Alex Milne

More than 200 years ago, Voltron Force fought its final battle against the Drule Empire. Voltron has not moved since that battle, but his legacy lives on. Now, an ancient enemy has arisen, and a new Voltron Force must be chosen to pilot the Defender of the Universe!

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We’ll be attending the following events:
Cavalcade of Comics Convention
Nov. 22, 2014
(Louisville, KY)

Tri-State Comic Con
Apr. 11, 2015
(Huntington, WV)

Derby City Comic Con
June 29-21, 2015
(Louisville, KY)

Pittsburgh ComiCon
Sept. 11-13, 2015
(Pittsburgh, PA)

Please keep checking for additional events.

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Undervalued Spotlight #247

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'X-Men: Days of Future Past – Rogue Cut' Clip Gives Rogue an Icy Revival

20th Century Fox is finally releasing the Rogue Cut of X-Men: Days of Future Past next month, re-incorporating the scenes featuring Anna Paquin’s Rogue, which director Bryan Singer had to leave on the cutting room floor. Singer previously explained that the Rogue scenes were excised because they were “extraneous,” but that didn’t stop fans from wanting to see the alternate version. Fox has released a clip from the Rogue Cut to give you a little taste of what that version will look like.

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Black Panther's Role in 'Captain America: Civil War' Teased by Marvel's Kevin Feige

With press for Ant-Man in full swing, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige has been dropping a lot of hints about the future of the MCU. In addition to clueing us in to Marvel and Sony’s plans for their Spider-Man reboot, Feige is also opening up about Black Panther, who will make his on-screen debut in Captain America: Civil War. But what is the new hero’s role in the upcoming film, exactly?

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'Justice League Dark' Loses Director Guillermo del Toro

In news that should surprise absolutely no one, Guillermo del Toro has dropped out of the proposed Justice League Dark movie. Or the Dark Universe movie. Or whatever everyone decided it was called. Every few years or so, del Toro tends to take a look at the dozen or so projects he’s spearheaded, gets realistic for a few seconds, and then shakes a few of them off. His take on the darker side of the DC comic book universe, which is still in the early stages of development, is the latest victim of his busy schedule.

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Marvel's Kevin Feige Says 'Spider-Man' Will Be Like a John Hughes Movie

A lot of Marvel fans were a little concerned about the age (both actual and perceived) of new Spider-Man actor Tom Holland. Let’s face it, he has a baby face, and with that came a lot of detractors who said, “it’s Spider-Man not Spider-Boy.” This logic is highly flawed (Spider-Man was 15-years-old when bitten by the radioactive spider, four years younger than Holland), but Marvel president Kevin Feige has explained the choice to go young with Spider-Man saying they were very much influenced by John Hughes’ films.

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A Masterpiece Of Duck-Based Adventure: Why Don Rosa Is One Of Comics' Greatest Living Creators

On the short list of comic book creators responsible for genuine masterpieces of the medium, Don Rosa’s name is pretty darn close to the top.

Born this day in 1951, Rosa is best known as the most popular writer and artist of Disney’s Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge for thirty years, including the Eisner Award-winning Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck, an adventure story that spans seventy years in the life of the Richest Duck in the World, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. In his time on the Ducks, Rosa was responsible for over 80 stories that include some of the best comics of all time, as well as an ongoing fight for creator recognition and control over his own work.

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