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Crackle’s SuperMansion, the stop-motion comedy that pokes fun at the superhero genre, is getting its own comic book from Titan Comics.

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SuperMansion, the new series from Crackle, kicks off with three episodes on October 8th, and the new trailer features all the heroes coming together.

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With the Stoopid Buddy Stoodios release of SuperMansion just around the corner, the studio sent us the character posters for the main characters.

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It’s coming this fall, but right now, you can watch the trailer for Bryan Cranston’s SuperMansion, from the Robot Chicken creators.

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Had a chance to check out the trailer for Crackle’s new series The Bannen Way, and considering it looks like a cross between Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, White Collar, and The Driver, it does look pretty good.  For a web series, there’s a lot of production value in the show, and when you view it in HD, it does look stunning. From Crackle: Trailer If the trailer has you interested, the first three episodes are available now.

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“Angel of Death,” is an action packed thriller about a remorseless assassin, Eve (Zoë Bell), employed by a ruthless crime family. After suffering a severe head trauma while on the job, she begins to hallucinate and becomes haunted by her victims. As a result of her injury, Eve is driven to seek revenge on those who ordered the hits in the first place — her mob employers. From Crackle: Angel of Death Ep 1 “Edge” starring Zoe Bell

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While I’m sure there are a number of crackpots out there that already think the Angel of Death is on the web, the Ed Brubaker version is coming to the web as an original live-action series in 2009, that you’ll be able to see on Sony Picture Entertainment’s Crackle website. The web series stars actress/stuntwoman Zoe Bell, whom most of you remember from the Grindhouse feature Death Proof. Angel of Death depicts a remorseless assassin (Bell) in the employ of a ruthless crime family. After suffering a severe head wound, she becomes so haunted by her victims that she decides

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