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  1. Gina Carano Is Getting Her Own Comic Book Movie

    Supergirly

    Personally speaking I don't give a flip about Avengelyne, the character it's been announced Gina Carano will play in an upcoming film. But two hours of Carano kicking butt? Sign me up.

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  2. So Hey, Looks Like An X-Force Movie Is Being Made By Kick-Ass 2′s Screenwriter

    Excelsior!

    If you weren't seeing your favorite X-Men in the Wolverine spin-offs, the main X-Men continuity, or the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past, don't worry. You're about to see an influx of mutants thanks to Fox picking up X-Force for a feature film. 

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Empire Magazine‘s Man of Steel Cover

    Things We Saw Today

    Please tell me I'm not the only one reminded of Rob Liefeld's bulbous-chested Captain America here. Just a little bit, for just a second. It's the angle! You can see two more pics—one of Jor-El, one of General Zod—at /Film.

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  4. Rob Liefeld Wants the Role of Rob Liefeld to be Played by Captain Kirk in Image Comics Biopic

    Whether you love him, hate him, or respect the man simply on the grounds that he puts up with all the vitriol each day with a smile, comic book artist and perennial punching bag Rob Liefeld was instrumental in the formation of Image Comics: A publisher that for over 20 years has provided an outlet for aspiring writers and artists to have their work published in an industry dominated by Marvel and DC Comics. Despite clashes within the company that led to his resignation in 1996, Liefeld believes that the legacy of Image Comics is one that needs to be told as a feature-length biopic, acknowledging the comic creators that risked everything to make their collective ambition a reality. Liefeld completed the screenplay for the film, called Icons, in just three days, and he's cobbled together a wishlist of potential actors to portray some of the comic industry's greatest. For the role of Liefeld, the man himself has chosen Chris Pine -- as in the current Captain Kirk -- for the honor.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Monopoly Meets Arkham Asylum

    Things We Saw Today

    For sale today on ShirtPunch. I'd totally buy it if it wasn't obnoxious orange but now I really want DC to put out a DCU version of Monopoly. (via Jen Grünwald)

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  6. Rob Liefeld’s Zombie Jesus is Official

    Rob Liefeld is best known for the incredible feat of becoming a professional comic book writer and artist despite a known reputation for missing deadlines and being disproportionately egotistical, and an inability to draw the following things: feet, hands, women, muscles, and perspective. What's next on the docket for the comic book world's greatest successful troll? A comic about the zombie uprising that corresponded with the death of Jesus, according (sort of) to the Book of Matthew.

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  7. Frank Miller Reveals Xerxes Details, Says 300 Was “Deliberate Propaganda”

    In an interview with the LA Times and in a Twitter based Q&A session, Frank Miller has revealed some details of his upcoming Xerxes, a graphic novel prequel to the groundbreaking 300 with a decent shot at becoming another movie if all goes according to plan.  For example, while Xerxes is the title character, the "lead character" is Themistocles, whose historical role is actually super interesting.  Even Miller admits that the intellectual Athenian statesman Themistocles is the polar opposite of the Spartan war-king Leonidas.  The story will begin at the Battle of Marathon and cover ten years' time, presumably wrapping up somewhere around the Battle of Thermopylae (i.e., 300).  Both Leonidas and Ephialtes will appear.

    Well, that's all the facts.  But we'd be remiss if we didn't point out the details in there that stirred the sleeping beast of our nerdrage.  Stirred it, but did not rouse it to full wakefulness.

    Also, why is it that even unaltered stills from 300 look like bad Photoshop mock-ups?

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