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Brian Michael Bendis

  1. Watch the Full First Episode of Sony’s Powers Online Free

    Does it have the power to make you buy a Sony console?

    Powers, the live action adaptation of Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming's comic of the same name, is going to be a PlayStation Network exclusive TV series, but you can watch its first episode right here, right now.

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  2. Take an Inside Look at Powers, the Superhero Police Procedural That’s Finally Becoming a Show

    Coming soon to a Playstation near you.

    Powers has been on the road to becoming a live action television adaptation since before Iron Man was a twinkle in Kevin Feige's eye, and it's great to see it finally make it to screens. It's also pretty interesting to see the Playstation Network move into original video content, and to see the series make such a commitment to raceblind casting in its leads. In fact, I think we can safely upgrade it from interesting to exciting!

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  3. The Villain For Netflix’s Jessica Jones Might Have Already Leaked and He’s a Super Abusive Creep

    Ahhh. Oh. Ugh.

    It's not confirmed yet, but if it turns out to be true, I suspect there are a lot of you who are not going to be happy about this development. Spoilers for Jessica Jones' origin story and possibly for her television series, plus a trigger warning for sexual violence.

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  4. Ease Up on the Guy: Brian Michael Bendis’ Contributions to Marvel

    Writer Brian Michael Bendis is a polarizing figure in the comic book community. While many of the monthly titles are well-received, Internet chatter (Never read the comments!) suggests that a lot of the folks who keep tabs on the Marvel Comics mainstay either love him or hate him. However, despite your affection or distaste for the man, most of us would be hard-pressed to argue that Bendis has made a made a long-lasting impact on Spider-Man and his fellow heroes.

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  5. Gail Simone Will Make Sure Nightwing’s Butt Gets Featured In Her Convergence Miniseries, For Feminism

    Good. Good choice. Yes.

    The Secret Six and Red Sonja writer also spoke with Comics Alliance about the importance of diversity in comics, her own writing process, and her wonderful experiences working with artists and comic publishers. But c'mon. Like we're not going to lead with butts.

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  6. Michelle Forbes Is Looking Like A BAMF As Retro Girl In Powers

    A+ 10/10 would red leather again

    Somehow we keep forgetting that Powers, the show based on Brian Michael Bendis's well-loved comics, is in the works - maybe because it's going to be a PlayStation Network exclusive. But here to remind us is Michelle Forbes, looking hella rad in full uniform as Retro Girl.

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  7. NYCC Gives Us the First Trailer for PlayStation’s Comics Adaptation Powers

    I know very little about Powers beyond what you can tell from this trailer, but I'm already 99% certain I'm in love with Christian Walker's (Sharlto Copley) partner Deena Pilgrim, played by Susan Heyward. "It's unlocked." Additional reasons to watch this one when it debuts on the PlayStation Network: The cast also includes Eddie Izzard, Noah Taylor, and Michelle Forbes, the latter seen briefly in the trailer above.

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  8. Constantine Gets Its Papa Midnite; Game of Thrones, Hannibal Actors Join Brian Michael Bendis‘ Powers

    But will he smoke?

    Batten down the hatches, ‘cause Papa Midnite is coming to town.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Genderswapped Darkwing Duck Cosplayer Wants You To Get Dangerous

    Things We Saw Today

    Anonymous Darkwing Duck cosplayer, we salute you. (via Fashionably Geek)

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  10. Spider-Man Producer Who Said No to Miles Morales Thinks Diversity In Superhero Movies Is “Inevitable”

    My Spidey Sense Is Tingling

    /Film has Amazing Spider-Man producer Avi Arad talking about the inevitability of more diverse superhero settings in cinema, which is interesting from a guy who recently turned down the idea of a Miles Morales-based Spider-Man movie flat.

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