May 2014

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Despite recent events and the heavy guilt carried by Britt Reid, the Green Hornet and Kato manage to put the final pieces of the hero’s plan into action and deal a massive blow to crime in the city. Choosing to fake the Hornet’s death as well, Reid is prepared to close the chapter on the vigilante masquerading as a crime boss forever, but things don’t quite work out as planned.

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You can grab your own 10in. Guardians of the Galaxy Rocket Raccoon Figural Bank exclusively at Entertainment Earth for the low, low price of $25.

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Jennifer Nettles “This Angel” 05/22/14

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What happens when Patton Oswalt is tasked with defending General Zod? F@#KING AWESOME, that’s what!

PATTON OSWALT in GENERAL ZOD – Superego

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After taking Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) into custody, Kate (Yvonne Strahovski) finds herself once again on the outside of events. With her career all but finished, nothing left to loose, and believing Bauer’s story of the imminent drone attack, Kate delivers the remaining flight recorder data to Chloe (Mary Lynn Rajskub) who uncovers enough evidence to convince President Heller (William Devane) and even Boudreau (Tate Donovan) of the truth behind Bauer’s story.

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LEGO Batman in space? Yeah, I’m okay with that concept.

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Official Announce Trailer

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The return of Dracula is always a good sign, starting with Xander and Dawn traveling to the vampire’s castle to enlist Dracula’s help to deal with the new kind of vampires who possess several of his skills as well as being able to fight in sunlight.

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batman-brave-and-bold-season-one-dvdOdds are if you’re a Batman: The Brave and the Bold fan you’ve long ago picked up the episodes on DVD. Tired of waiting years for a complete set (or even separate full season sets) I eventually picked up the heavily discounted the previously half-season releases. However for those who have been holding out, or those unfamiliar with the show until now, the Complete First Season has finally arrived on both Blu-ray and DVD.

The set-up was relatively simple. Borrowing both its premise and its title from DC’s long-running team-up book which ran from 1955-1983, the show teamed Batman (Diedrich Bader) up with a revolving cast of guest-stars heroes (from both the Silver Age and pre-New 52 Mondern Age) to take on various threats and super-villains over the show’s three-year run. Collecting the first 26 episodes of the series on 4 discs (or 2 Blu-rays), which is arguably the weakest of the bunch as you can tell the show was struggling to find the right mix of Bat-tastic adventure and Silver Age campiness which became its trademark style.

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You can grab a The Legend of Zelda Wind Waker Link Nendoroid Figure for the low, low price of $49.99.

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Concluding the series opening arc, Velvet #5 offers us more into the past of Velvet Tempelton than the previous four issues combined. Caused by the final line of last month’s issue where Velvet learned that Mockingbird was never a double-agent, this month involves an extended look back at the love affair with the man who would be Velvet’s partner and husband – and also the man she threw from a hotel window on orders from her superiors.

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