Action Lab Entertainment announces Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir: Santa Claws Christmas Special
Just in time for the holidays comes Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir: Santa Claws Christmas Special.
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Dark Horse Comics had a fantastic in continuity Legend of Korra: Turf Wars series that came out a few years ago, and now the publisher has announced the story continues in The Legend of Korra: Ruins of the Empire.
If you were bummed that you live outside the United States of America, and won’t be able to get access to the DC Universe streaming service, you are in luck as Netflix will distribute the Titans series internationally when it debuts on October 12th.
BOOM! Studios made a huge announcement for those who are fans of Lev Grossman’s The Magicians series. The publisher will release The Magicians: Alice’s Story in 2019.
Yesterday, it was announced the DC Universe Digital Streaming Service will begin service on September 15, 2018. But the question is, “What will be available on launch day?”
Based on a story by Phillip K. Dick, the first two seasons of The Man in the High Caslte blew more than a few minds, and though season 3 and 4 have been announced, the studio has been mighty quiet. Until now.
During The Flash presentation at the San Diego Comic Con, The CW showed off a sizzle reel for season 5, and it looks like there will be a lot more time travel ahead.
It was packed at the Voltron Legendary Defender panel at the San Diego Comic-Con as fans had a chance to catch the first trailer for season 7. Here is that trailer, and highlights from the panel.
I did not watch the first season of Star Trek: Discovery for a number of reasons, but when THAT big moment arrived, I knew it was something I would need to get to, soon. During the San Diego Comic-Con, CBS debuted a brand new trailer for the second season, and it happens to feature Christoper Pike. Yes, THAT Christopher Pike.
I think we can all admit that the first season of Marvel’s Iron Fist series on Netflix wasn’t that great. The second season teaser trailer arrived at the San Diego Comic-Con this week, and while it doesn’t reveal a whole lot, it certainly looks like an improvement.