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Alan Moore on The Simpsons

Northants News is reporting writer Alan Moore will be appear on an upcoming episode of the Simpsons. Moore, aged 53, recorded his lines at The Lodge studios in Abington Square last month for an episode which will be called Husbands and Knives. The Simpsons’ production team are long-time fans of Moore’s, whose reputation in the world of graphic novels is legendary. A chance meeting with his fiancée Melinda Gebbie got the project rolling. Mr Moore said: “Mel was in America promoting our new book The Lost Girls and one of the Simpsons producers spoke to her and asked if I…

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The Invicincibe Iron Man Comes to DVD January 23, 2007

This January, Marvel Studios and Lionsgate will release to DVD the latest title in the very successful Marvel Animated Features video series — THE INVINCIBLE IRON MAN, inspired by one of Marvel’s most popular Super Hero franchises. The third release of a multi-picture direct-to-DVD deal signed by the two companies, THE INVINCIBLE IRON MAN follows on the heels of the enormously successful ULTIMATE AVENGERS: THE MOVIE and ULTIMATE AVENGERS 2: RISE OF THE PANTHER, which have sold more than 1.5 million units combined since debuting in February 2006, and currently rank among the top 10 children’s releases year-to-date according to…

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Justice League Unlimited Season 1

Best gets better on DVD While The Justice League had an awesome run on Cartoon Network, it wasn’t until Justice League Unlimited debuted that we really saw what an ensemble series could really do. Season One is out on DVD now, and is simply incredible.

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Tad Stones Interview

Hellboy: Sword of Storms debuts this weekend on the Cartoon Network (check your local listing for times). Stephen Schleicher had a chance to talk with Producer/Director/Writer Tad Stones to discuss Hellboy’s transition to animated features, styles, and future Hellboy animated projects.

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Marvel.com Celebrates Ultimate Spider-Man 100 With New Trailers

To celebrate the 100th issue of Ultimate Spider-Man, Marvel.com has created an awesome trailer that pretty much sums up the Clone Saga to date. The Clone Saga has become the most shocking thing to happen to Ultimate Spider-Man. Consequently, it is the worst thing to ever happen to the life of Peter Parker. Everything has been building towards this since the Ultimate Universe began back in Ultimate Spider-Man #1. Peter Parker’s father, long-thought dead, has returned. Another important person from Peter’s life also has seemed to cheat death as Gwen Stacy is back…but what horrific secret is the cause of…

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