Ever since the Free Comic Book Day solicitations came out and we discovered that Boom! Studios' offering this year featured Mordecai and Rigby on the cover, we've been wondering if that would be followed up by an announcement of a full-on Regular Show comic book. Now, we have our answer... sort of. Today, Boom! Studios released one of their mysteriously cryptic visual press releases, featuring only silhouettes.
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Movies: If you haven't seen them yet, the latest issue of EW has new stills from Iron Man 3 and The Wolverine to feast your eyes on.
Creators: Return of the Dapper Men writer Jim McCann competed on The Price is
Regular Show Wrestling Buddies
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Price: $27.99 each
If you need to buy a gift for someone who is very difficult to buy presents for, but also happens to be a 30 year-old small child who is super into R
When we covered the announcement of some of the Free Comic Book Day 2013 books earlier today, sharp-eyed readers might have noticed something interesting about the Kaboom! Summer Blast from Boom! Studios. In addition to Kaboom staples like Adventure Time, Bravest Warriors, Garfield and Peanuts, the kid-friendly release w
Movies: The official plot synopsis for Iron Man 3 states, "When Stark finds his personal world destroyed at his enemy's hands, he embarks on a harrowing quest to find those responsible. This journey, at every t
Toys: The protagonists of Adventure Time and Regular Show are getting decked out in SDCC attire for their Comic-Con exclusive action figures from Toys 'R' Us.
Theme Parks: Dubai is set to get its own Marvel Adventure theme park by the end of 2013.
Gaming: HeroClix Online has announced new Captain America f
Video: Batman has a "False Start" in Bite's new parody short.
Creators: Former Brenda Starr comic strip writer Mary Schmich has been awarded a Pulitzer Prize for her commentary work in the Chicago Tribune.
Digital: You can currently get a copy of Ryan Dunlavey's art book One With Everything in exchange for a Tweet or Facebook share.
It is no exaggeration whatsoever to say that Cartoon Network's Adventure Time and Regular Show are two of the best shows on television. They're innovative, hilarious, charming, and frequently pretty bizarre, and two recent promos for the shows have done their best to capture that feeling, and they've done it pretty perfectly. The twist? The promos are live-action.
And they are fan