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‘RED 2′ Trailer Offers Crazy Malkovich, Deadly Mirren And Everything Else You Want [Video]

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The Retired, Extremely Dangerous agents and assassins of the world are back for another absurd action comedy this summer, as the first trailer for RED 2 -- the sequel to the surprise hit movie based on Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner's 2003 comic -- hits the Internet. Click through to see the carnage for yourself.As the trailer shows, RED 2 r

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Mark Waid Demos ‘Truly Digital Comics’ [Video]

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Comics writer Mark Waid (Daredevil, Irredeemable) has been uncommonly evangelic about the prospects of digital comics for a while -- I know because I had the privilege of joining Waid for an extended chat on the subject last year, when he was already talking about

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James Robinson Casts Light On The Master Of Darkness In ‘The Shade’ #1 [Preview]

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Although DC Comics has completed its rollout of the initial series of its bold New 52 initiative, there is one as yet unreleased #1 issue that for some longtime DC fans is more exciting than any of the publisher's heavily hyped relaunches. On sale next we

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‘RED’: The Comic vs. the Bruce Willis/Morgan Freeman Film [Review]

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Now a feature film starring Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, and John Malkovich, "Red" was originally a comic book miniseries by writer Warren Ellis ("Transmetropolitan", "Planetary") and artist Cully Hamner ("Detective Comics," "Blue Beetle") about a retired black ops killer named Paul Moses, an over the hill former operative who had been done with the wetwork game for years, wishing only to be left alone to have a quiet life and to try and forget the awful things he had done for his country.

But when a newly ap

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A Tribute to Mike Wieringo at the Baltimore Comic-Con

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I was as surprised as anyone to learn of Mike Wieringo's untimely death at the age of 44 last month due to a sudden heart attack brought on by a congenital, hereditary problem with his aorta. Having never had the pleasure of meeting the artist, whose work I've long admired, it seemed a no-brainer to attend the tribute being held in his honor at the Baltimore Comic-Con

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