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One of the best-attended panels was about the upcoming Marvel Black Panther film, due to be released this weekend!

I’m hoping it will be a big success, revive the character’s comics, and also improve the company’s diversity. 

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We all know that you can stop into any Hot Topic, Spencer’s or even an athletic store and get yourself a cool Batman shirt. With geek culture on the rise there are more and more small businesses getting in on this zeitgeist shift. That in mind, every month it is my goal to feature independent artisans who create unique geeky items based around a specific theme. With the added bonus this month of being potential graduation gifts! Chic Geek for this month is all about cool Guardians of the Galaxy swag in honour of the latest installation in the Marvel

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She’s the daughter of Thanos and a Guardian of the Galaxy! Learn more about Gamora in this brand new episode.

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Guardians of the Galaxy 2 has begun rehearsals in Atlanta and director James Gunn has already offered a sneak peek at the return of Rocket Raccoon to the set! He's back. Posted by James Gunn on Tuesday, February 9, 2016 The photo showing  a physical model of Rocket is a neat nod to the different techniques Marvel uses to bring him to the screen. While other photos from the studio rehearsals have also been shared on line this look at Rocket begs the question – where is Groot? Are you excited for Guardians of the Galaxy 2? What are you hoping to see Rocket get

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In this special episode (recorded December 15, 2008), Matthew and Stephen break down the latest issue of DC’s Final Crisis in a page by page commentary. Final Crisis #5 Written by Grant Morrison; Art and covers by J.G. Jones, Carlos Pacheco and Jesus Merino Humanity enslaved! Time shattered and bleeding! Anti-Life triumphant! Can Earth’s demoralized, beaten heroes rally their scattered forces for the ultimate super-battle against the nightmare armies of Apokolips when the forces of good meet the forces of evil on the bridge to Blüdhaven? As Darkseid’s presence causes reality itself to sicken and the lights to go out

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Or – “What The–“ Stephen has been unhappy with the storytelling shown by Grant Morrison in recent issues of Batman (and, frankly, he’s not alone) and has been somewhat less-than-kind to the overall arc of Final Crisis to date.  I have to admit that the things doing on in this book have all felt epic and world-shattering, but I seriously have little to no idea what’s going on.  That’s not necessarily a bad thing, though, instead reading like a book written in a language that I’m not fluent in, implying that my tiny mind can’t process what’s going on with the

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In its weekly roundup of company news, DC sent Major Spoilers a couple of bullet points you might find of interest. The Spirit Special #1 is being rushed to press in time for a December release.  The $2.99 one-shot features four classic Will Eisner stories:  1947’s “Sign of the Octopus,” 1949’s “Black Alley,” and “Sand Saref” and “Bring in Sand Saref,” both from 1950. Note: You can read the Major Spoilers review of Sand Saref here. The company also announcd the Guardians of Metropolis Special #1 will arrive in stores under a different title, Adventure Comics Special Featuring the Guardian

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Who doesn’t love reading the classics? Now, who doesn’t love reading classic works of literature in comic book form? Marvel has been cranking out the classics in its Marvel Illustrated line, and next up is Alexandre Dumas’ Three Musketeers. Marvel Comics has kindly sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the series that arrives June 11, 2008.

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