Dragons in fantasy can be many things. Predatory shapes in the sky. Warships. Animal companions. People: rulers, refugees, friends. With so many books and so many types of dragons to choose from, it can nevertheless be difficult to find a book about unique dragons. For this list I’ve pointedly ignored Game of Thrones, because Daenerys’
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Netflix’s latest teen sci-fi show comes in the form of Daybreak, a post-apocalyptic comedy-drama based on the comic series of the same name by Brian Ralph. Check out the trailer: [embedded content] Here’s the synopsis for the series: The world is over. So grab your swords and flamethrowers and let’s get this show on the road.
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Release Date: Sept. 10, 2019Platform: PS4 (reviewed), XBO, PCDeveloper: PES ProductionsPublisher: KonamiGenre: Sports sim If you really tried, you could probably separate famous soccer players into two distinct camps: there are the workmanlike players who get the job done in an unfussy way, and then there are the showboaty players that pull unexpected tricks out of the bag. If we
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This The Terror article contains spoilers. The Terror Season 2 Episode 6 The Terror: Infamy delivers another stunning episode with “Taizo,” an hour that brings Yuko’s grim past to light. Finally, we get the answers we’ve been searching for all season and they don’t disappoint. In fact, “Taizo” solves so many of the season’s mysteries
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Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, the duo behind Gossip Girl and Marvel’s Runaways, are adapting another story for Hulu’s streaming platform: John Green’s Looking For Alaska. The adaptation will be an eight-episode limited series. The series will star Charlie Plummer as Miles “Pudge” Halter, a teen who has just enrolled at Culver Creek Prep, hoping
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Paul Rudd is jealous of a better version of himself in this weird but fun new trailer for Netflix’s latest sci-fi series Living With Yourself:  <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Here’s the synopsis for the series: Miles Elliott, a man struggling in life, undergoes a novel spa treatment that promises
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According to Deadline, Lionsgate’s TV adaptation of Patrick Rothfuss’ bestselling fantasy series The Kingkiller Chronicle, which was being developed for Showtime, needs to find a new home. Producer Lionsgate is now shopping the series to other potential outlets, including Apple TV. The TV series is based on the best selling fantasy books known as The Kingkiller Chronicle
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With House of X and Powers of X steaming towards their close (or vamping towards the close, if you’re Mister Sinister), Marvel is starting to ramp up its promotion of the post-relaunch event X-Men line of comics. They’ve relased a teaser trailer for the “Dawn of X” lineup of books– X-Men, Marauders, Excalibur, NewMutants, X-Force,
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Author: Margaret Atwood Publisher: Chatto & Windus Released: 10 September Price: £20 If you like this, try… Vox Christina Dalcher’s dystopia takes a literal approach to the silencing of women by an oppressive regime. It’s one thing to follow up a beloved book 34 years after it was published, but it’s quite another challenge altogether
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This Righteous Gemstones review contains spoilers. The Righteous Gemstones Episode 5 I feel like I’m beginning to repeat myself by praising The Righteous Gemstones for its character development and world-building, but “Interlude” further deepens our understanding of the Gemstone clan, particularly Eli and Baby Billy, by taking an illuminating trip to the past. That said, even if
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Event comics usually come with a passel of one-off tie ins. Sometimes they’re very good. Sometimes they’re a way of giving someone a try out. Sometimes they’re a way of getting somebody work. These are all good things! But very rarely are they ever impactful on a character or the direction of a line. That
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Amanda Seyfried is in talks to star in Netflix’s upcoming horror-thriller Things Seen & Heard, according to THR. Seyfried is best known for her work in films like Mean Girls, Mamma Mia, In Time, Les Misérables and Jennifer’s Body. She has also had recurring roles in TV series like Veronica Mars, Big Love and Veronica Mars.  Things Seen And Heard is co-written
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Sega has released the reveal trailer for Yakuza 7, and it’s already clear that this upcoming sequel will represent a significant departure for the series.  Let’s get right to it: according to an interview translated by Gematsu, Yakuza 7 will feature a turn-based combat system. Given that Yakuza‘s real-time brawling combat is one its trademarks
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Director James Gunn has officially revealed the full cast of Warner Bros’ upcoming film The Suicide Squad. Gunn revealed the lineup this week via his Twitter account. The full cast consists of David Dastmalchian, John Cena, Jai Courtney, Joaquín Cosío, Nathan Fillion, Joel Kinnaman, Mayling Ng, Flula Borg, Sean Gunn, Juan Diego Botto, Storm Reid, Pete
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An upcoming piece of Control DLC will apparently be related to the Alan Wake universe in some way.  So, Remedy released the DLC roadmap for Control recently, which is already great news for those who are enjoying one of the more unique and entertaining games of 2019. The Fall DLC will add a photo mode
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This Power Rangers Beast Morphers review contains spoilers. Power Rangers Beast Morphers Episode 9 There’s a moment in ‘Silver Sacrifice’ that made me stop and reevaluate my position on Power Rangers Beast Morphers. When we last left the series I was fairly lukewarm on it. Okay but somewhat lacking. Then we got the scene outside the Riptide Gym.
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Over his seven years as a comic book writer, James Tynion IV has gone from cowriting Batman backups with Scott Snyder, to launching some genuinely terrifying creator-owned horror books, to helming Justice League Dark, and partnering again with Snyder on the core Justice League title. And while he’s collaborated on event comics before, he’s never
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The Shenmue 3 announcement was one of the big surprises of E3 2015, leading to an initial clamor of support which saw its Kickstarter campaign well over $2m within hours of launch. Shenmue 3‘s $6.3m totally eclipsed the previous record holder, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, which raised $5.5m. It’s undoubtedly good news for fans of the earlier Shenmue games, and
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Power Rangers has just celebrated its 25th anniversary but the series is will continue! The 26th season will be Power Rangers Beast Morphers and its airing on Nickelodeon in 2019! Beast Morphers will adapt footage from the Japanese Super Sentai series Go-Busters. While this season had previously been skipped for adaption previously it now finally
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Friday the 13th’s Jason Voorhees has been part of pop-culture for decades. It shouldn’t be surprising that he’s had his share of comic book adventures, what with him essentially being a supervillain in a story with no superheroes. Granted, he’s a one-dimensional supervillain with an incredibly vague origin story, but he’s been memorable enough to
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This Killjoys review contains spoilers. Killjoys Season 5 Episode 9 “Hello, sister. It’s been awhile.” With only two episodes remaining in the series’ run, Killjoys finds itself in the complex position of attempting to address as many open story threads as possible heading into next week’s finale. Of course, they won’t all receive attention, but
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In what is suitably being referred to as “Crisis on Infinite Riverdales,” Archie Comics currently has major multiverse issues flowing through many of their books. From Jughead’s Time Police to Jughead the Hunger Meets Vampironica and beyond, the Archieverse is colliding in weird and unexpected ways right now as the publisher barrels towards its 80th
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This new red-band trailer for Hulu’s comedy horror Little Monsters is filled with strong language, firearms, disembowelment, death metal, gore, conga lines and more… <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Here’s the film’s synopsis: LITTLE MONSTERS follows Dave (Alexander England), a washed-up musician who volunteers to chaperone his nephew’s kindergarten class field trip
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