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Archive for March 2015 – Page 2

The 10 Worst REPLACEMENT SUPERHEROES

Change isn't always a good thing, especially when it comes to heroes passing the torch.

The 10 Worst REPLACEMENT SUPERHEROES

Change isn't always a good thing, especially when it comes to heroes passing the torch.

The 10 Worst REPLACEMENT SUPERHEROES

Change isn't always a good thing, especially when it comes to heroes passing the torch.

Legacy Lost: The 10 Worst REPLACEMENT SUPERHEROES

Change isn't always a good thing, especially when it comes to heroes passing the torch.

Legacy Lost: The 10 Worst REPLACEMENT SUPERHEROES

Change isn't always a good thing, especially when it comes to heroes passing the torch.

Legacy Lost: The 10 Worst REPLACEMENT SUPERHEROES

Change isn't always a good thing, especially when it comes to heroes passing the torch.

The Flash Producer Discusses Tonight’s Reveals

Note: This article contains full spoilers for the most recent episode of The Flash, "Tricksters."

The Flash brought back Mark Hamill as the Trickster in the latest episode, and as if that wasn't enough, "Tricksters" also showed that Harrison Wells isn't really Harrison Wells -- as in Eobard Thawne isn't using an alias, he's basically stolen Wells's body. We also saw The Flash reveal his true identity to his father Henry and to Eddie. Following a screening of the episode, executive producer and showrunner Andrew Kreisberg spoke with a group of reporters about those reveals and about whether we'll be seeing the Trickster again.

The father and son Trickster team proved themselves capable of wreaking havoc, and we likely haven't seen the last of them, When asked whether the Trickster will be hanging out with the rest of the Rogues' Gallery in the future, Kreisberg said, "Yes, that is the plan. When I sit down and I think about Wentworth Miller

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A Comic Show – April Of Ultron, Convergence, & Rick And Morty

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes:

Hey Fandom, I’m back with a stack of New Comics Now for April Fool’s Day!

First up is Convergence #0, it’s all New 52 Superman vs Brainiacs. Van Sciver’s art really carried me through all the different versions of Metropolis and Brainy, but I am totally ready for domes to come down and the brawl to begin. Part of me just doesn’t get how freaking similar this is to Marvel’s Secret Wars and Battleworld. The other DC books this week are wrap ups of the weeklies and annuals.

Marvel’s newest Star Wars title is a Rebels prequel, Kanan The Last Padawan. I love Star Wars Rebels and and showrunner, Greg Weisman, writes the comic! The biggest Marvel universe book is Avengers: Rage of Ultron, and original graphic novel by Remender and Opena. This looks truly epic, from the guys who gave us Uncanny X-Force. I can’t wait to read it cover to cover in one sitting. Spider-Gwen continued to wow, Uncanny Inhumans is all Blackbolt, Guardians have their best book ever, and Avengers have more time run out.

Image’s continuing series’ had a strong showing with Nailbiter, Black Science, The Dying and the Dead, and Southern Bastards. Black Mask’s Space Riders is what I want from DC’s space books! Image if Lobo or Omega Men was like this. And Rick and Morty #1 was as good as an episode of the show! I incorrectly said internet darling Zac Gorman wrote for the TV show, sorry. But co-creator Justin Roiland did a variant cover!

A Comic Show - April Of Ultron, Convergence, & Rick And Morty

Gotham: New Video Teases Final 4 Episodes of Season 1

Fox has premiered a promo for the final four episodes of Gotham, giving us our first proper look at Milo Ventimiglia as Ogre.

Ogre, aka Jason Lennon, is described as a "handsome, wealthy and seductive" serial killer, who lures young women of Gotham into his web before killing them viciously. In this teaser, we see him getting very cosy with Erin Richards' Barbara Kean - check it out below.

Gotham returns April 13 on FOX in the United States.

Lucy O'Brien is Entertainment Editor at IGN’s AU office. Follow her ramblings on Twitter.

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The Vortex Of Madness: Preview Space Riders #1 Out This Week From Black Mask

Space Riders arrives this week from Black Mask Studios and since the original release art for the book, it’s been clear that we have plenty of love for wild underground and 70’s comics being expressed on the new series. Written by Doc Unknown’s Fabian Rangel Jr., with artwork by Alexis Ziritt, and lettered by Ryan Ferrier, it’s a kind of explosion of strange energy and enthusiasm for the medium.

The teaser for the series looks like this:

Black Mask describes the first issue thus:

From the galactic core to the outer quadrants, one name strikes terror in the hearts of evil beings everywhere: the Space Riders! Sailing the cosmos in the Skullship Santa Muerte, Capitan Peligro and his fearless crew deal harsh justice to the scum of the galaxy while searching for the forbidden truths of the universe! Fabian Rangel Jr (Doc Unknown) and Alexis Ziritt (The Package) bring you a new and exciting space adventure that will destroy your brain! (in a good way)

And here’s our preview of Space Riders #1, out this week on April 1st:

The Vortex Of Madness: Preview Space Riders #1 Out This Week From Black Mask