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WHO YA GONNA CALL? 35 YEARS OF GHOSTBUSTERS

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Sony Pictures Entertainment "ain't afraid of no ghosts" and are drumming up celebrations, products, events and more in honor of the 1984 film Ghostbusters. Amanda Cioletti JUNE 21, 2019 Sony Pictures Entertainment "ain't afraid of no ghosts" as it drums up celebrations, products, events and more in honor of the 1984 film Ghostbusters. who could have possibly known that, even 35 years on, Ghostbusters, the semi-dark, mostly family-friendly comedy franchise would continue to be as relevant today as ever? This year, Sony Pictures Entertainment is gearing up for a year of celebrations that will bring the property to products, experiences,...

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Tweeterhead bringing Shazam—and the whole family—to its Super Powers maquette line

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By Brian Warshaw - April 28, 2019 0 Tweeterhead’s Super Powers line is shaping up to be one of the most impressive collections on the market. With a dynamite array of characters already released or in-progress, their clean, simple designs represent DC’s finest in their purest forms. After revealing their outstanding Batgirl a few weeks ago, the company has now teased their Facebook fans with the next hero in the line, and it is none other than the original Captain Marvel, Shazam. We’ve only got the one, uncolored concept render so far, but it’s enough to make me excited. I’m...

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Millennial Sci-Fi: The Shows of Our Childhood

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By Shane Smith Most geeks got their start early. Comics, video games, and VHS and DVD cases littered our childhood bedroom floors, and we couldn’t get enough of monsters, superheroes, and extraterrestrials. Of course, television played an especially big role in the lives of millennial geeks, roughly considered to be the generation born between 1981-1996. Here, we look at seven classic sci-fi shows that made children laugh, cry, or hide under the bed right around the turn of the century. Animorphs Most kids like to imagine how cool it would be if they could become animals. Add saving the world...

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10 Best Godzilla Movies of All Time

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By Shane Smith You are probably looking at this page because you’re excited about Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Aren’t we all? We’ve previously covered Godzilla’s Greatest Enemies, and we’ve taken a stroll through the Film History of Godzilla, so now it’s time for us to find out which ten Godzilla monster movies reign supreme with fans and critics alike. Let’s see if any of your favorite Godzilla films make the list- Long live the King! 10. Godzilla vs. Destoroyah Released in 1995, Godzilla vs Destoroyah featured the second time in history that our favorite monster actually died. Interestingly, he...

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Swamp Thing’s Three Roles as an Avatar for The Green

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In the DC Universe, the mysterious Swamp Thing is connected to a mystical realm called The Green. The Green is an Elemental force that is connected to all botanical life not just on Earth, but in the all of the universe. Swamp Thing is the Champion of The Green, and holds membership with the legendary Parliament of Trees. But what exactly does that mean? 1. Protector of The Green Swamp Thing is both the avatar for and the protector of this primordial force. In a world constantly fueled by the notion of “progress”, the lines between creation and destruction can...

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