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Baked Goods: Clutzygeek transforms the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles into delicious (and turtle-free) pancakes.
Digital: Select Marvel graphic novels are now available in the Amazon Kindle store.
Upcoming: She-Ra is getting a Mas
Toys: An exclusive box set of Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum's The Walking Dead Minimates will be available on Amazon in mid-December.
Art: Albert Ching chronicles "The Journey of Mike Wieringo's First Impulse Drawing" in a moving piece remembering the beloved artist.
Now the next generation has even more reason to become addicted to technology at a ridiculously early age, with Amazon launching FreeTime Unlimited for Kindle Fire - A new subscription service that offers videos, games, and books for the young at heart for less than $10 a month. Included in the service? A lot of DC a
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
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
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.
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
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