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Katheryn Hahn WandaVision spinoff tipped as dark comedy

Katheryn Hahn WandaVision spinoff tipped as dark comedy

If you've not seen the entirety of the show WandaVision over on Disney+ yet, I must beg you to turn back. There is a rather bonkers reveal late in the series that you'll want to experience for yourself, if you've yet to take the plunge. It involves the true identity of Wanda and The Vision's neighbor, and how she'll take to the universe now that she's been revealed to all.

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NASA’s first interactive graphic novel is free and includes AR features

NASA’s first interactive graphic novel is free and includes AR features

NASA has announced the release of its first interactive graphic novel. The comic, which is titled "First Woman," leverages readers' phones to immerse them in the story using augmented reality tech. As with other media published by NASA, the new graphic novel is free for anyone to download and read, plus there's an audio version.

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HBO Max is getting a big three-part DC Comics documentary series

HBO Max is getting a big three-part DC Comics documentary series

WarnerMedia's HBO Max streaming service will soon be home to a big three-part documentary series detailing the history and cultural impacts of DC Comics, as well as the comic book company's origins and how it has changed over the past several decades. The new docu-series will come from Leslie Iwerks, the director behind the 2007 documentary The Pixar Story.

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Batman/Fortnite crossover gets DC Comics graphic novel release

Batman/Fortnite crossover gets DC Comics graphic novel release

Earlier this summer, DC Comics and Epic Games teamed up to release a series of comic books based on the Fortnite universe with Batman as the main character. The comic book series features six issues, but for diehard fans who want something with more longevity and that looks better on the shelf, DC has released a graphic novel edition with all six stories.

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Star Wars finally gave my favorite character a (new) backstory

Star Wars finally gave my favorite character a (new) backstory

When we first see Princess Leia in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, she's disguised as a bounty hunter. It's not particularly important to the plot of the movie that we know the origin of the outfit, but Star Wars is deep! Star Wars fans (like myself) want to know everything about every character onscreen, assuming someone's taken the time to give each character a story worth knowing. In this case, it took just over a decade before anyone accepted the task.

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Hawkeye trailer shows a fun-loving Christmas romp for Disney+

Hawkeye trailer shows a fun-loving Christmas romp for Disney+

There's a new series trailer out right this minute for "Marvel Studios' Hawkeye." This is the Hawkeye you know from The Avengers, also known as Cliff Barton, as played by Jeremy Renner. This movie will also include Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop, Vera Farmiga, Fra Fee, Tony Dalton, Zahn McClarnon, Brian d’Arcy James, and a bunch of other actors including the most important: Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez.

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Marvel Unlimited redesign adds vertical format, exclusives, personalization

Marvel Unlimited redesign adds vertical format, exclusives, personalization

Marvel Comics has reintroduced its Marvel Unlimited service with a design overhaul that makes it more useful on mobile devices. Many new features arrive with the redesign, including new vertical format support so that users can read comics while holding their phone naturally. Other additions include exclusives, offline downloads, and much more.

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Rare Spider-Man comic book scores huge bid days before auction

Rare Spider-Man comic book scores huge bid days before auction

Heritage Auctions is in possession of Amazing Fantasy #15, a Marvel comic book published in 1962. This is the first Marvel comic book to feature the now-iconic superhero Spider-Man -- and, in the case of this auction, the comic book is in 'pristine' condition. The auction house is accepting bids for the comic book ahead of its live auction next week, and someone has already put down more than $2 million for the product.

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Star Wars just brought back human Jabba, again, sort of!

Star Wars just brought back human Jabba, again, sort of!

The latest canonical story action in the Star Wars universe comes courtesy of the Star Wars comic book series from Marvel Comics. In the latest issue (Star Wars #16, 2021, Marvel), we see the very familiar face of a character we only recognize because we've seen a scene cut from the original Star Wars movie. Filmed for Star Wars (now called A New Hope), a scene showed Han Solo meet up with a very human version of Jabba the Hutt.

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Boba Fett’s ship name changed from Slave-1 officially

Boba Fett’s ship name changed from Slave-1 officially

This week the folks at Marvel and Disney and whomever else is in charge of this sort of business made the name change official for Boba Fett's ship. Earlier this year, LEGO detailed a new set of bricks that'd make what they might've earlier called Slave-1. That was the official name for Boba Fett's ship in earlier LEGO sets, and the name of the ship almost anywhere else it was required - books, comics, and so forth. The LEGO set was called Boba Fett's Starship. Now it has a new name.

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage release date delayed for Delta variant

Venom: Let There Be Carnage release date delayed for Delta variant

Fans of Sony's take on Venom have been waiting quite some time for the next film in the franchise, dubbed Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Unfortunately, the film has been delayed several times thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, and even though it looked like it would finally release at the end of September, today we got word that the wait will be extended by a few weeks. Yes, Sony has decided to delay the release of Venom: Let There Be Carnage yet another time, and once again, the pandemic is to blame for this decision.

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Marvel “What If…?” trailer delivers Howard The Duck

Marvel “What If…?” trailer delivers Howard The Duck

Howard The Duck is in the first major Marvel Studios' What If...? trailer this afternoon. The trailer was released today, July 8, 2021, complete with a release date and so very much to dissect and discuss. This series is based on the original Marvel Comics comic series, each of which took a peek at the most wild, wacky, and off-the-wall possibilities in the Marvel multiverse.

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