Lee Alexander, pictured with his band of invisible skulking pervertsIt wasn't that long ago that a few brave filmmakers realized that it was in fact possible to make a superhero movie that didn't suck IQ points from an audience and might even, surprise surprise, be somewhat faithful to their ... More >>
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Courtesy ESPN The MagazineThe wearing of the green ESPN The Magazine has its NBApreview out, and it's partnering with Marvel Comics for the illustrations.Along the way, they've solved the Rockets' problems: Just encase Yao Ming in adamantium.
If you're a child of the '80s, you should probably come to terms with the fact that every beloved televison memory of yours is eventually going to be dragged screaming into the present day and bastardized for younger audiences. We've already seen two Transformers movies and a G.I. Joe adaptation, an ... More >>
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