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Radio: If you listen to syndicated radio shows like "Fox Sports", "Jim Rome," "Nikki Sixx", "Petros & Money" and "Opie & Anthony," expect to hear Marvel NOW! promos in the immediate future.
Gaming: Telltale Games examines the decisions players made in T
Museums: Alabama's The History Museum of Mobile is hosting a new superhero exhibit, "Up, Up & Away: Evolution of the American Comic Book Superhero," which includes sequential art material going back to the Renaissance. (Thanks to CA reader Kevi
Manga: The lastest issue of Young Ace dropped on October 4 in Japan and features the first installment of the BBC Sherlock manga spinoff by artist "Jay."
Upcoming: Fantagraphics apparently has plenty more Carl Barks and Al Feldstein reprint projects in the pipeline.
Art: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cl
Resident Evil 6 is probably the biggest zombie game of the week, but as seen in a new trailer, plenty of survival horror awaits gamers down the road in the latest episode of Telltale's The Walking Dead video game, "Around Every Corner." The fourth of five total chapters, "Around Every Corner" follows three increasingly grim episodes starring escape
The first two installments of Telltale Games' clickable take on Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard's The Walking Dead have proven to be pretty solid releases that expand upon the comic's continuity while also effectively standing alone. From the looks of the latest trailer and stills from the upcoming The Walking
Art: Julien Bazinet mashes up The Dark Knight Rises and other fan-favorite films with Donkey Kong.
Animation: Justice League/Justice League Unlimited will return to the airwaves on August 25 as part of The CW's new Saturday morning Vortexx programming block.
Gaming: Telltale Games breaks down some fun players stats from the second chapter of its choice-based The Walking Dead video game, Star
Let's get one thing out of the way for those who expected the worst out of a licensed The Walking Dead video game -- it's not a mindless zombie killing simulator. Far from that, the game is arguably a better adaptation of Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard's hit po