Set in 2014 along the Iraq-Iran border, Fault Line Episode 1: Bad Part of Town follows a marine Staff Sergeant as he deploys with his four-man squad. Another crew has gone missing while on the hunt for a chemical weapons site, and Staff Sergeant Blackburn
Check out the brand new trailer for Marvel’s Thor which can only be described as EPIC!
Thor, a powerful but arrogant warrior, is sent down to Earth has punishment for reigniting a reckless war. But after a dangerous villain from his world sends the darkest forces of Asgard to invade Earth, the hammer-wielding Thor will learn what it takes to be a true hero in order to save mankind.
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Thor is set to hit theaters on May 6, 2011.
Off the heels of the praised release of the official 2nd trailer for Marvel’s Kenneth Branagh-directed THOR, check out 40-counted screengrabs capturing the memorable moments!
After the explosive conclusion of “Animal Armies,” Jepperd and his new traveling companions begin a long trek north in search of answers in this stand-alone issue. But as the first snowfall of the year hits, mistrust and fear threaten to tear the group apart before they even get started!
There is often a strange disconnect when picking up a comic for the first time, especially when you’re jumping in 18 issues deep. With no real sense of where the story is headed or where it’s been I often find myself grasping at the smallest detail hoping it will lead me to a connection with a character that will draw me into the story and begin that relationship I was looking for in comics to begin with. With some books it’s a struggle to find my footing and if I reach the staples with out finding that connection, I’m pretty sure it’s a lost cause and time to move on but occasionally I come across that rare comic that grabs you with nothing but the cover itself and won’t let go. It’s just a little peek into what’s in store but it grabs me none the less and I can’t help but delve into it and that was the case with Sweet Tooth #18.
Sweet Tooth #18 picks up with Gus (The Boy) and Tommy Jeppard (The Big Man) leading a group of survivors along a desolate road in search of the mythical place called Alaska in the hopes for a better life in post apocalyptic America. There was a terrible plague at some point in the past leaving the world a cold and dangerous place and these characters are looking for a sliver of hope in this dark world. As the travel the road searching for this land of new hope, there is a lot of tension between the characters of the group. Past acts of betrayal have left many in the group
Before the idea of another TV show, The hits cartoon series ThunderCats was going to have its first big screen outing. The idea was cancelled fans were left depressed. Now some convincingly well made CGI test footage has leaked online and it could even be legit
The website FLIXIST have gotten their hands on what they believe is legit test footage for the failed ThunderCats movie. FLIXIST received a tip from an anonymous source claiming he had test footage for the Thundercats CGI-reboot film. Back in 2007 Jerry O
Most of the award winners during this past Oscar season have been foregone conclusions, so the only element of unpredictability is what they’re going to say when they hit the stage. Some pull out a prepared list and rotely thank their agents and publicists, but Vulture prefers the ones who wing it (particularly if they’ve had a glass or two of champagne before accepting). Here, then, are nine of our favorite award speeches from this past year, from the sublime to the ridiculous.