DC Will Publish a Lost SUPERMAN Story by His Original Creators | Nerdist

DC Will Publish a Lost SUPERMAN Story by His Original Creators | Nerdist

Back in 1938, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster’s Superman ushered in the era of superheroes within the pages of Action Comics #1. This year marks the 80th anniversary of the Man of Steel and the landmark Action Comics #1,000. To celebrate the occasion, DC is doing more than just bringing back Superman’s…

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(Originally posted 2018-01-25 00:27:00)

The Nerd’s Watch: All the TV and Movies Streaming in February That You Actually Care about

The Nerd’s Watch: All the TV and Movies Streaming in February That You Actually Care about

In this day and age, a list of what’s coming soon to the popular streaming service is incredibly useful. But often times, there’s just so much filler on there it’s hard to find the geeky things we’ll really want to watch. io9 is here to help as your humble stewards, The Nerd’s Watch. We’…

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(Originally posted 2018-01-25 00:30:00)

The creator of Constantine reveals secrets of his epic Hellblazer run, 30 years later

The creator of Constantine reveals secrets of his epic Hellblazer run, 30 years later

Happy Birthday, Hellblazer. One of the most significant ongoing comic series of modern times is 30 years old, and its central character John Constantine has well and truly earned his place in comics history. The first issue of Hellblazer was released with the cover date of January 1988, and it was e…

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(Originally posted 2018-01-24 20:29:00)

The Creepy Song from BLACK MIRROR’s “Black Museum” Will Haunt Your Dreams | Nerdist

The Creepy Song from BLACK MIRROR’s “Black Museum” Will Haunt Your Dreams | Nerdist

You might have noticed some interesting music choices in “Black Museum,” the final episode of Black Mirror’s most recent season. And no, we’re not talking about their repeated use of Irma Thomas’s “Anyone Who Knows What Love Is.” In the episode, a young woman named Nish (Letitia Wright) stops off at…

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(Originally posted 2018-01-24 20:33:46)

Scifi and Fantasy Creators Share Memories of Ursula K. Le Guin, the Woman Who Changed the Literary World

Scifi and Fantasy Creators Share Memories of Ursula K. Le Guin, the Woman Who Changed the Literary World

Science fiction and fantasy fans were shocked Tuesday when it was announced that Ursula K. Le Guin, the iconic author of science fiction and fantasy works like The Left Hand of Darkness, had passed away at 88 years old. Authors, artists, and filmmakers alike flocked to Twitter to share memories of t…

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(Originally posted 2018-01-24 20:34:08)