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Link Ink: ‘300: Rise of an Empire’ Stills, Andy Richter Walks Dead And ‘Iron Man IV’
Link Ink: ‘300: Rise of an Empire’ Stills, Andy Richter Walks Dead And ‘Iron Man IV’
Movies: The first stills from Zack Snyder's 300: Rise of an Empire are... shiny and full of ab. Gaming: Though Iron Man 3 probably won't be getting a current generation console tie-in video game, a new Grand Theft Auto IV Liberty City mod dubbed "Iron Man IV" may help tide over fans...
Link Ink: Raphael’s Sais Recreated, ‘DrawQuest’ Gaming And More ‘Technovore’
Link Ink: Raphael’s Sais Recreated, ‘DrawQuest’ Gaming And More ‘Technovore’
Weapons: Tony Swatton cooks up some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles flavor sais worthy of Raphael. Statues: Hot Toys will release new 1/4 scale Iron Man 3 busts sometime in the 3rd quarter of 2013. Digital: IDW is now selling single issue comics in addition to collected editions in Apple's iBookstore...
The New ‘God Of War’ Game Is Getting ‘300’ DLC For Reasons Known Only To Zeus
The New ‘God Of War’ Game Is Getting ‘300’ DLC For Reasons Known Only To Zeus
If you missed out on all the phalanx'n found in Square Enix's PSP release, 300: March to Glory back in 2006, Gamestop's got you quasi-covered with a new pre-order offer for God of War: Ascension. Gamestop's GoW:A standard and collector's edition preorder packages offer include a voucher code that reskins your protagonist as King Leonidas in multiplayer mode...
‘Smart People’ Director to Helm Frank Miller & Zack Snyder’s ‘300’ Sequel
‘Smart People’ Director to Helm Frank Miller & Zack Snyder’s ‘300’ Sequel
Noam Murro, best known for the critically acclaimed dramedy Smart People, has been hired by Warner Bros. to direct 300: Battle of Artemisia, the film formerly known as Xerxes and a spin-off of 300. Murro will shoot a screenplay co-written by Zack Snyder, who directed the original film, and is based on an in-progress graphic novel by Frank Miller...
Frank Miller’s Holy Terror! Isn’t Dead, 300 Sequel Coming Soon
Frank Miller’s Holy Terror! Isn’t Dead, 300 Sequel Coming Soon
"Holy Terror, Batman!" may be dead, but "Holy Terror!" isn't! Ace ComicsAlliance writer Nick Nadel reported that Frank Miller was no longer working on the long-awaited Batman graphic novel. From the Graphic NYC transcript of the panel: BAKER: Getting back to the last question, the reason I hadn't answered it, regarding relating to personal stuff related to superheroes: Whene

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