July 2013

Given her assignment by Henry Wilcox (Gregory Itzin), Annie (Piper Perabo) returns to Colombia to determine how great a threat is Arthur‘s (Peter Gallagher) illegitimate son Teo Braga (Manolo Cardona), who Arthur reveals is actually acting as a double-agent inside the terrorist organization, and prevent a terrorist attack on an American target in Colombia. Joan (Kari Matchett) agrees for two days to hide the second-half of Annie’s mission, to bring Tao back in from the cold, but both she and Auggie (Christopher Gorham) suspect the man may have spent too long undercover.

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With new Star Wars films on the way it shouldn’t be a big surprise that Kotobukiya is re-issuing their 9in. Star Wars Jaina Solo ARTFX Bishoujo Statue. Available for pre-order, she can be yours for the low, low price of $65.

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When a murder occurs in Central City but the body is discovered the next day in Los Angeles The Spirit, Commissioner Dolan, and Ellen take a trip to the coast to investigate in this new cross-promotional comic from DC Comics and IDW. On arriving in LA, the good folks from Central City are ambushed by masked man with a jetpack in a classic hero misunderstanding that introduces The Spirit to The Rocketeer for the first time.

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Can we borrow like a gazillion dollars? Honestly, it’s for a good cause. We swear. The Lotus Esprit Series 1 ‘Submarine’ Car from The Spy Who Loved Me is going up for auction at RM Auctions’ forthcoming London sale on September 8-9, and we really, really need it.

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Here’s Justin Timberlake with the official video for “Take Back The Night,” the first single from his upcoming album The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2.

Take Back The Night – Justin Timberlake

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Nerds and nerdettes, may I introduce you to the German prop group Project X1 who have created, in all its majesty, a 1:2 replica of Darth Vader’s TIE Fighter. Very, very cool.

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King (Jon Tenney) and Maxwell (Rebecca Romijn) are hired by a widower (John Innes) whose camera phone, with the last pictures of his recently deceased wife and their final days together, was stolen earlier that morning. However, the investigation reveals a shady lawyer (Daniel Roebuck) playing a game of legal extortion who tries to buy the pair off the case as well as the discovery that the phone actually belongs not to their client but to the Deputy Director of National Intelligence (Spencer Garrett).

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With the election looming, Longmire (Robert Taylor) must determine whether the explosion and the murder of the brother of the lead protester (Eric Schweig) fighting a company frack mining methane in the area is tied to the mining, the threats the man received for marrying a black woman (Sharon Brathwaite-Sanders) outside the Cheyenne tribe, any one of countless angry workers the victim may have denied a job at the casino including his own father (Eloy Casados) who failed the company’s drug test, or something else entirely.

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It tuns out HP is the perfect cloud solution for “emails, facebooks, texting, and CD-ROMs.” Who knew? (Hidden after the jump because of the auto-start.)

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With the exception of Tigress (Kari Wahlgren), the entire Valley of Peace anxiously turns out when the contemplative Master Yao (Paul Rugg) arrives for one day offering a wonder and wisdom exchange from sun up to sun down by agreeing to answer a single question for every new wonder presented to them. While some, like Po (Mick Wingert), squander the opportunity on frivolous trivia, other such as Taotie (Wallace Shawn) use the unique situation to find the single answer he needs to complete his Sphere of Unerringly Accurate Acupressure and destroy the Dragon Warrior and the Furious Five.

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