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Spectacular simians have been a huge part of our pop culture heritage, and at Phoenix Comicon 2014 I came across one of the most awesome ape adventures of all.
Embed Together is a new approach to curating and sharing interesting news and recommended reads with Nerdvana readers.
No plans for the weekend? The barcade Endgame, will be hosting two Super Smash Bros. Melee tournaments this Saturday in Tempe that might just keep you busy.
Today, “Get away from her you BRICKS!” Plus, Ghostbusters back on the big screen, and a Kickstarter for a Robotech return. It’s Embed Together!
Filming of Star Wars: Episode VII will stop for two weeks in August to allow Harrison Ford to recover from a recent injury on the set. Meanwhile, two new young actors have joined the cast.
In Adventure Comics #296, Superboy travels through space and time to a parallel universe where the history of America’s Revolution has gone awry.
The premise of Snowpiercer is absurd, but the unlikely apocalyptic setting for this story does make for an entertaining and allegoric look at class conflict.
If you ever wondered what the road-trip movie, “Thelma & Louise,” might have been like if it had been crossed with “Dumb & Dumber,” the answer might be “Tammy.”
Gravity was named best science fiction film in the 40th annual Saturn Awards, and Iron Man 3 snagged the top prize in the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films’ newly created category of comic book film adaptation.
The Juggernaut obtained his powers in North Korea and it all happened in X-Men #12, which contains the origin of Professor Xavier and his evil-doing step-brother.