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Santa Battles The Krampus Alongside A Band Of Heroes In ‘Christmas With The Aquabats’

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If you're not familiar with the Aquabats Super Show, then let me tell you, friends, it was pretty great. It ran for three years on the Hub, following the adventures of the Aquabats, a real-life superhero-themed band known for battling monsters onstage, recast as a group of musical superheroes who traveled the world battling evil with the power of rock 'n' roll and guitars that shoot lightning, featuring guest stars like Weird Al and Tony Hawk, and frequently written and directed by Homestar Runner co-creator Matt Chapman. In other words, it's the perfect television show.
Needless to say, the Christmas special was just as amazing as the rest of the series, as the Aquabats journey to a town where Christmas has been outlawed by the Krampus, who took over with plans to hand out a birch-rod beating to anyone who dares to celebrate the holidays.

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Thanos Poses As Santa Claus To Access Inhumans’ Chimney In Xmas Edition Of ‘Marvel Super Heroes: What The—?!’

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Marvel's stop-motion animation series from Alex Kropinak and co. have been releasing reliably funny shorts since the project launched all the way back in 2009, but the crew might have outdone themselves with this Christmas edition. Featuring words and voices by Todd Casey (Thundercats, Wander Over Yonderand numerous Marvel Animation work) and Marly Halpern-Graser (Teen Titans Go, Mad, numerous DC Nations shorts), the new piece finds the perpetually failing mad titan Thanos realize that while he cannot penetrate the Inhumans' stronghold, there is one being on Earth whose only super power is gaining entry to anybody's house. Along the way, some of your favorite Marvel superheroes remind us of the true meaning of Christmas: wanting stuff.

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The Top Five ‘Teen Titans Go’ Guest Stars

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This week, we're turning our attention to the only incarnation of the Teen Titans that matters: Teen Titans Go, which has shown us an ideal version of the DC Universe where the heroes are mostly preoccupied with burritos and where Batman bros down with Commissioner Gordon instead of fighting any actual crime. But who are the best guest stars? Watch and see!

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Video: Go Behind the Scenes on ‘Alien Vs Predator’ and ‘Planet of the Apes’ Toys with NECA

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Earlier this month, we traveled up to the secret studio lair where NECA crafts all its amazing figures and collectibles. In the first part of our video series, we discuss the finer points of 'Planet of the Apes' paintings and the future of the 'Aliens vs. Predator' line.

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London’s Southwark Playhouse Adapts Stan Sakai’s ‘Usagi Yojimbo’ For The Stage, And It Looks Awesome

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I'm a pretty big fan of Stan Sakai's Usagi Yojimbo, for the simple reason that it's one of the single greatest epics in comic book history. The mix of meticulously researched history, funny animal comics and high adventure, along wth Sakai's legendarily consistent high level of craftsmanship, has made it an amazing comic. That said, I never expected it to make the transition from the page to the stage.

And yet, that's exactly what's happening in London, as the Southwark Playhouse's Stewart Melton has adapted Usagi Yojimbo as their annual Christmas play -- and not only that, but it seems to be getting rave reviews for its use of live music and a whole lot of swordplay.

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12 Facts You Might Not Know About The Avengers

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This week, we're talking about the Avengers, a team that you might've heard of thanks to a movie that made literally all the money in the entire world a few years ago. But while you might know all about Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, and, uh, Thor, they weren't the only characters to fill those suits. This week, we dust off a few obscurities to show you other heroes who had those famous identities, from the good (Bucky Barnes as Captain America) to the best-left-forgotten. That's right -- it's TEEN TONY, Y'ALL!

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‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Blooper Reel: Watch Star-Lord, Rocket, and the Rest Goof Off

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A lot of Blu-rays and DVDs put blooper reels on their DVD and Blu-ray releases, but Marvel Studios’ tend to be the best. When you get a bunch of really charismatic actors in crazy costumes and give them very silly dialogue, their inevitable mistakes are just so much funnier. Watching an actor mess around on set is funny, but watching an actor dressed like your favorite superhero goof around on set is hilarious. So, it should go without saying that the blooper reel for ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ is a real winner.

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Marvel’s ‘Agent Carter’ Looking Fierce In New Poster (Also, A Series Synopsis)

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Now that Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ has bid adieu until March, Peggy Carter prepares to come out of retirement for her own series, the January 6 premiere of ‘Agent Carter!’ To wit, Marvel has unleashed a snazzy new poster of Cap’s best gal, as well as the full two-part premiere synopsis, guest stars and all.

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‘Sidera’ Anime Is Fluorescent Mayhem Riding A Rainbow Centaur In Pink Garters And Ankle Boots [Video]

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Forgive me Gloria Steinem, for I have sinned: I love sexy anime. Panty and Stocking. Kill la Kill. The Woman Called Fujiko Mine. If it has booty shorts and the slightest patina of satire, I’m not just on board—I’m conducting the train. So of course I loved Sidera, a newly released short created by French team Catfish Deluxe and Japanese studio Yapiko Animation for the movie Lou! Journal Infime.

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Superman Prequel Series ‘Krypton’ Lands at Syfy, Logo Spoils The Ending

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We did it, everyone! First 'Smallville' took us back to a teenage Clark Kent's evolution into the Man of Steel, then 'Gotham' explored the origin's origins of a prepubescent Batman. Now, Syfy is officially upping the ante with writer David Goyer to create a 'Krypton' TV series, exploring the origin's origin's origin of Superman's grandpappy!

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