Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – Complete DC Comics Easter Eggs and Reference Guide

This article contains nothing but Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice spoilers. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, you probably don’t want to read this. Now that the movie is on HBO, this can be your handy guide. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is the second movie in the DC Extended Universe series, which began with Man of Steel, and continued in the Wonder Woman movie, will continue further with the Justice...

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The Many Deaths of the Joker

In fictional worlds of heroes and villains who can shrug off bullets like they were nothing, there exists “plot armor” for the lesser folk. Plot armor is the reason why Frank Castle can mosey through a room with an uzi in each hand and somehow kill every single enemy while somehow never getting shot in any vital area. It’s why Stormtroopers have the worst aim and why the red-shirted Enterprise dudes have all the bad luck. I’m having a...

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A Batman Comics Reading Guide

It’s Batman Day, which means that it’s time to celebrate one of the greatest comic book characters of all-time. Spanning decades of storytelling, the Dark Knight has been a mainstay of superhero books, giving us some of the greatest adventures in comic book history. Many of those stories are in the guide below. You’ll undoubtedly want to branch out from this list once you’re done with Batman’s essential...

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Star Trek: The 10 Worst Starfleet Admirals

This article comes from Den of Geek UK. You would think Starfleet would be very careful about who they promote to Admiral, running numerous psychological tests, only promoting those with a solid track record as Captain and keeping a close eye on them for signs of inappropriate behavior. But no. Based on the evidence of this sorry lot, Starfleet generally just promote whoever happens to be in the vicinity and looks good in the fancy...

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Amazon Prime Video New Releases for October 2017

Sometimes it’s disappointing that the rest of the world doesn’t always pay October the creeptastic, spooky respect it deserves. Sure, we all love our pumpkin spice lattes and scarves but at the same time homage MUST be paid to October’s horror legacy.  Thankfully all the streaming services this month and Amazon Prime in particular get what this beautiful month is all about. Amazon Prime will help you get ready for...

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Autonomous Review: Robots, Love, and Identity

io9 co-founder Annalee Newitz’s debut science fiction novel, Autonomous, imagines our world as it might be in the year 2144. This is a world divided not into nation-states, but economic zones. This is a world where pharmaceutical companies have immense power, and anything — or anyone — can be owned. “Now we know there has been no one, great disaster—only the slow-motion disaster of capitalism converting every living thing...

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