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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Godzilla Turning His Back On Us

Just think, if someone had asked Godzilla to turn his face to the camera just then, we could have had a butt pose. (via Yahoo

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Interview

Meet Windblade Part 2: An Interview with Mairghread Scott and Exclusive Character Designs!

A couple weeks back we put up a short recap of the “controversy” around fan-made TRANSFORMERS, Windblade, that’s debuting in her own 4 part comic series, along with her own Hasbro toy. That article was meant to be the first half of a piece where we got to interview Windblade’s author, Mairghread Scott, but the latter half of that was unavoidably delayed for a bit. So it was much to my delight to receive that interview back today, and OH BOY does Ms. Scott deliver! Want to know more about Windblade, the bots appearing alongside her, and her place in the larger TRANSFORMERS canon? Well wait no longer, friends!

As a double-plus bonus for the being patient with the wait, IDW and Ms Scott have given us several previews of Windblade supporting characters, including BlurrChromia, and Starscream!

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It Goes Ding When There's Stuff

Titan Comics Picks up Doctor Who Comics License

This week Titan Comics, a British comics publisher with a growing slate of US offerings, announced that they will be taking on the Doctor Who comics license in 2014.  They have not yet announced creative teams but plan to in the near future, assumably along with more information about the release dates.  Most interesting to Who fans, however, is the fact that Titan will not only publish the adventures of the Twelfth Doctor but also standalone adventures of the Tenth and Eleventh doctors.

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For A More Civilized Age

Cartoon Network Pulls Sexualized Powerpuff Girls Variant Cover

Sugar, spice, everything nice, Chemical X… latex dresses and thigh highs? Yeesh. Thankfully, Cartoon Network and IDW have seen the light and pulled the above subscription variant cover for Powerpuff Girls #6.

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Shiny

Meet Windblade, A Female Character Joining the Transformers Comic Canon

It all started innocently enough. Hasbro, who owns the Transformers license, held a fan-build bot poll in 2013 in anticipation of Transformer’s 30th anniversary in 2014. The final chosen bot got a 4 book comic run and its own toy, all chosen by the fans for the fans. Thus was Windblade born, but with just one problem…

Windblade is a female bot.

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Black Widow Vinylmation

Having just visited Disney World, I can tell you Vinylmations are a pretty big deal. To some folks at least. Anyway, those people will probably be excited for a new Marvel Comics series featuring Black Widow, Captain America, and some other Avengers you might know. See more at Marvel.com

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The Mary Sue Exclusive

The Mary Sue Exclusive Preview of Powerpuff Girls #1!

The Powerpuff Girls return, if not to the small screen than at least to comics this week, from IDW Publishing. Here’s the solicit, cover, and first eight pages of the issue!

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Good News Everyone!

Joe Hill’s Locke & Key Adaptation Has Found A Writer

While we’ve recently been hearing updates on the adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel Horns starring Daniel Radcliffe, it’s been a while since we heard anything new on the adaptation of his IDW comic, Locke & Key. That’s changed thanks to a new interview. Hit the jump to find out the latest details. 

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: LEGO Slippers

The idea of LEGO slippers may sound crazy, that is, until you realize they aren’t actually made of LEGO. (via Fashionably Geek)

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Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: A Gorgeous Godzilla Teaser Poster

In case Pacific Rim hasn’t quenched your thirst for Kaiju movies, we will be learning more about Legendary Pictures’s new Godzilla film at San Diego Comic Con later this week. For now, the poster above teases the spectacle we’ve come to expect of the monster movie. (via Slash Film)

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