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Warner Bros. Starts Looking For ‘Amazon’ TV Series Lead


Warner Bros. TV is looking for its Wonder Woman. The studio is reportedly opening the casting process for Amazon, its new CW pilot based on DC Comics' superheroine, and as a result, we know a little bit more about the show's lead character... and she may not be who you'd expect at all. Or maybe she totally is.According to Deadline, even though the pilot

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Link Ink: Thor’s Hammer In ‘Black Ops II,’ Marvel On The Radio And Cooking Like Sanji


Gaming: Apparently Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, is an easter egg in the newly-released Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

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

Amazon Releases Digital Comic With Film Aspirations


Over the past few years, it's become a sort of guessing game among comics fans whether a new comics miniseries or original graphic novel was really a stealth screenplay its creators were hoping would catch Hollywood's attention.


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Allan Heinberg Rumored To Be Penning ‘Amazon’ Wonder Woman TV Pilot For The CW


Could Wonder Woman be getting the Smallville and Arrow treatment? Vulture is reporting that, "the CW, Warner Bros. TV, and DC Comics have found a new way to revive the legend of Diana of Themyscira. The plan this time: origin story, all the way." Word is that Allan Heinberg,

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Barnes and Noble Pulls All Amazon Kindle-Exclusive DC Comics Titles from Stores [Updated]


Last week, DC Comics announced that it would be digitally releasing 100 backlist graphic novels exclusively on the Kindle Fire, an Amazon-owned e-reader, including classics like The Dark Knight Returns and Watchmen. This decision did not go over well with mega-retailer Barnes and Noble, whose Nook e-reader was excluded by the deal, and has now decided

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DC Digital Graphic Novels & Collected Editions Exclusively On Amazon Kindle Fire


After its unveiling earlier this week, we noticed Amazon's new Kindle Fire device might be a solid comics reader option. DC Comics' principal digital partner, comiXology, was and is ready to roll on the device, with its Comics app logo sitting pretty in Amazon's official press photos of the Fire, which also featured images of DC Comics produc

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Amazon’s New Kindle Fire Has Digital Comic Readers In Mind


Amazon let loose its new lineup of Kindle readers today, but the arguably most impressive -- and the most sexy -- is the Fire, an iPad-like $199 multitouch tablet with an emphasis on multimedia entertainment. Though it doesn't pack the power of the $499+ iPad 2, the Fire's free Amazon cloud storage, Flash-supporting Silk web browser and other features might interest those in the market for a tablet. The device's 7" diagonal display may make it less attractive to consumers than th

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Amazon Fees Makes Kindle Even More Useless for Comics


For some reason there have always been people eager to read comic books on traditional e-readers like Amazon's Kindle, even with the advent of full-color, multi-purpose devices like Apple's iPad. Those e-reading comics fans will

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First Images of Darwyn Cooke’s ‘Parker: The Outfit’ Surface on Amazon [Preview]


Last year, Darwyn Cooke made waves with his adaptation of Donald Westlake's novel "The Hunter," starring the eponymous Parker. This hard-edged crime drama stacked up critical acclaim from nearly all corners of the Internet and won an Eisner this summer for "Best Adaptation from Another Work

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What the Amazon Screw-Up Tells Us About $3.99 Comics and the Direct Market


Absolutely nothing.

For people not in the know, there's been a bit of an online gold rush the past few days as, likely due to a major data mix-up, tons (literally, most likely!) of incredibly expensive trades and hardcov

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